January 22, 2010
PITTSBURGH - -Alex Ovechkin scored twice and the streaking Washington Capitals scored the final four goals to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 6-3, on Thursday night in the first game this season between two of the NHL's elite teams. Tomas Fleischmann scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and set up Nicklas Backstrom's breakaway goal less than a minute later for Washington, which won its fifth in a row and eighth in nine games and improved to 4-0-1 against Pittsburgh during the past two seasons, although the Penguins won when it mattered most - in the playoffs.
January 7, 2010
For all the issues the Ravens' secondary has endured this season, Randy Moss didn't exactly dominate the unit in the first meeting between the teams, a 27-21 New England Patriots victory. Covered primarily by Domonique Foxworth, Moss caught just three passes for 50 yards. It was, in some respects, Foxworth's best game this season. Moss did, however, catch a third-quarter touchdown pass that gave the Patriots a 24-14 lead. The pass, which was underthrown for Moss to come back and catch it, still bothers Foxworth.