Wednesday, December 05, 2007

The Haydar Report

Darren Haydar is doing what he does best for the Atlanta Thrashers - putting up points for the team and winning the hearts and minds of the fans.

This from the Blueland Blog:

December 1st
Don Waddell saw enough from Darren Haydar on Thursday night to give him another chance tonight against the Islanders. It seemed that almost every time there was an Atlanta scoring chance in the 4-2 loss to the Leafs that Haydar was on the ice. He played on the power play and finished the night fourth among Thrasher forwards in ice-time, trailing only Kovalchuk, Hossa and White.

He'll stay on the second line tonight with Little and Perrin while Larsen and McCarthy will remain healthy scratches, giving you the same lines as Thursday night:

And from Talking Thrash:

November 30th
Tonight was Darren Haydar’s first game since November 1st. He logged 16:35 time on ice, scored an assist on Tobias Enstrom’s goal, and even got time on the power play. It seemed that most of the scoring chances for the team had Haydar involved. The guy definitely deserves to be in the lineup for a while.

Way to go Darren!

Although, it is looking less and less likely that we'll see him in Manchester when the Wolves come to town this Saturday :( , uh, I mean :) for Darren, :( for us ;)

Darren should be back in action tonight when the New York Islanders visit Atlanta. Daniel Winnik and the Phoenix Coyotes will host the Los Angeles Kings.

Go 'Cats!


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