Havlat has been playing good hockey. He's not producing as much as when he was in Ottawa or when he first came to Chicago but he has been playing well. The thing that surprises me the most is that the season is 30 games deep and he is still playing. At the start of the season I was looking at the younger guys and wondering who could replace Havlat when he went down with another shoulder injury.
I haven't watched the Sens much this year but what I have seen of them it looks the top line scores all the points and the rest of the team just isn't that good.