EDMONTON, Alberta -- Craig Anderson leaned on his stick in the hallway behind the Ottawa Senators bench and put his head down. The public address announcer said his name, and he lumbered onto the ice, tears flowing during an ovation from the other teams fans.Anderson made his first start since learning of his wifes cancer diagnosis and had 37 saves for his second shutout in two starts, helping Ottawa beat the Edmonton Oilers 2-0 on Sunday night.He left the team Thursday to be with his wife, Nicholle, but returned to start this game.Teammates took turns hugging Anderson after the final horn, and then Anderson was left to wait alone in the hallway after being named the games first star. The Edmonton crowd gave him a rousing cheer when he emerged, and among those clapping was Oilers goalie Cam Talbot, who had been named the No. 2 star.It was Andersons 35th career shutout, and he hasnt given up a goal in 121 minutes, 54 seconds.We couldnt really feel the gravity until the final whistle, Ottawa captain Erik Karlsson said. We accomplished a great game, led by Andy. He held a strong face, but you could still see the pain in his eyes. And he came in here and led by example. He didnt say much, had the same routine and showed what a true leader he is.Anderson was not available for comment after the game.[Anderson] being able to play the way he did under those circumstances, you have to give him so much credit. Its an unthinkable situation, Talbot said. I cant even imagine what was going through his mind. I dont know if I would be able to do what he just did.Mike Hoffman and Bobby Ryan scored for the Senators, who have won two of three.The Oilers ended a five-game winning streak. Edmonton is 7-2-0, its best start to the season since going 8-1-0 in 1985-86.Were going to lose some games in an 82-game season, captain Connor McDavid said. You cant expect to win each and every night. I thought we played well defensively, and when we didnt, [Talbot] was a rock back there.Edmonton had a great chance seven minutes into the second period, but Anderson made a big kick save on rookie Jesse Puljujarvi.Ottawa scored 12:18 into the middle period when Tom Pyatt was rewarded for some hard work, sending a backhand pass from behind the net in front to Hoffman, who scored his first of the season.Hoffman hit a post with a power-play blast later in the period.Anderson made another huge save midway through the third, stopping Jordan Eberle from point-blank range.Anderson is in his 14th NHL season and seventh with the Senators. He shut out the Vancouver Canucks in his last start on Oct. 25.Pretty emotional night with everything thats been going on with this group, Hoffman said, adding that Anderson is a huge part of this team and were a family.Ottawa put the game away with an empty-netter from Ryan with 33 seconds remaining.Talbot had 20 saves.NOTES: This was the first of two meetings this season between the teams. The other is Jan. 8 in Ottawa. ... Anderson started Sunday because Andrew Hammond got a lower-body injury Friday in Calgary.UP NEXTSenators: Head home to face Carolina on Tuesday.Oilers: Begin a five-game trip in Toronto on Tuesday. Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping . World champions Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov of Russia won the gold medal with 237.71 points, Moore-Towers and Moscovitch followed at 208.45 and Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov of Russia were third at 187. Wholesale NFL Jerseys . -- New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis is retiring after a 16-year career to become the goalie coach for the Los Angeles Galaxy. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Two windows were shattered Tuesday when an Olympic bus carrying journalists was hit by an unknown projectile. There were no serious injuries.We dont know yet if the bus was shot, or it was a stone, organizing committee spokesman Mario Andrada told The Associated Press.Andrada said three of the 12 journalists on the bus suffered minor injuries. Two windows were shattered, with tiny chards of glass remaining in place.There was kind of a popping noise and something hit two windows on the side of the bus and left two hole marks, which looked like bullet holes, David Davies, a photographer for the British-based news agency Press Association, told the AP.He said occupants hit the floor, unsure what was happening. Davies said the bus eventuallly picked up a police escort.ddddddddddddThe bus was traveling from the northern venue cluster of Deodoro to the main Olympic Park in the suburb of Barra da Tijuca.The incident raises more concerns about security at the Rio de Janeiro Games.Rio is deploying about 85,000 soldiers and police to secure the games, twice as many as London did four years ago.On Saturday, a stray bullet flew through the roof of a media tent at the Olympic Equestrian Center. Officials said it had been fired from a hillside favela, but said the games had not been targeted. Organizers said the intended target was probably a security camera on a blimp. ' ' '