Ottawa will bring some heat to Heatley

Dany Heatley played four seasons with the Ottawa Senators before requesting a trade in 2009. Heatley and the Wild play in Ottawa Tuesday night, and he says he's not looking forward to the fans getting on his case, but he wants to leave with a win.
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Dany Heatley played four seasons with the Ottawa Senators before requesting a trade in 2009. Heatley and the Wild play in Ottawa Tuesday night, and he says he's not looking forward to the fans getting on his case, but he wants to leave with a win.

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