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Sports Pageau scores twice, Senators rout Rangers 6-2

05:35  05 november  2019
05:35  05 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Duclair scores twice to lead Senators over Red Wings 5-2

  Duclair scores twice to lead Senators over Red Wings 5-2 OTTAWA — Anthony Duclair scored twice as the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-2 on Wednesday to snap a four-game losing streak. Chris Tierney, Mark Borowiecki and Jean-Gabriel Pageau also scored for the Senators (2-6-1.) Anders Nilsson made 34 saves for his first win of the season. Darren Helm and Tyler Bertuzzi scored for the Red Wings (3-7-0), who extended their losing streak to six games. Jonathan Bernier stopped 33 shots. TheChris Tierney, Mark Borowiecki and Jean-Gabriel Pageau also scored for the Senators (2-6-1.) Anders Nilsson made 34 saves for his first win of the season.

NEW YORK (AP) — Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice and Anders Nilsson stopped 32 shots as the Ottawa Senators routed the New York Rangers 6 - 2 Monday night for their first road win of the Rookie Kaapo Kakko opened the scoring for the Rangers with his third goal at 8:47 of the first period.

Jean-Gabriel Pageau lit the lamp four times, including the game-winner in double overtime, to lead the Senators to a 6 -5 win in Game 2

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NEW YORK — Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice and Anders Nilsson stopped 32 shots as the Ottawa Senators routed the New York Rangers 6-2 Monday night for their first road win of the season.

Tyler Ennis, Ron Hainsey, Brady Tkachuk and former Ranger Vladislav Namestnikov also scored for the Senators, who have four victories in 13 games. Ottawa also snapped the Rangers' two-game winning streak.

Rookie Kaapo Kakko opened the scoring for the Rangers with his third goal at 8:47 of the first period. Kakko accepted a pass from defenceman Adam Fox before backhanding the puck past Nilsson. Brendan Lemieux also assisted.

Nick Paul scores twice, Senators beat Sharks 5-2

  Nick Paul scores twice, Senators beat Sharks 5-2 OTTAWA — Nick Paul had his coming out party Sunday night with two goals and an assist as the Ottawa Senators beat the San Jose Sharks 5-2. Brady Tkachuk had a three-point night as well with a goal and two helpers while Connor Brown and Anthony Duclair also scored for the Senators (3-7-1). Craig Anderson stopped 34 shots. It's the first multi-point game in the NHL for the 24-year-old Paul. Evander Kane and Kevin Labanc scored for the Sharks (4-7-1), who have struggled on their five-game road trip.San Jose has gone 1-2-1 and will wrap up the trip Tuesday in Boston.Aaron Dell allowed four goals on 22 shots and was replaced by Martin Jones for the third period.

SENATORS 6 , RANGERS 2 . NEW YORK (AP) — Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice and Anders Nilsson stopped 32 shots as Ottawa routed New York Rookie Kaapo Kakko opened the scoring for the Rangers with his third goal at 8:47 of the first. Artemi Panarin scored a power-play goal at 17:34

Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored a whopping four goals, the last of which coming as the double-overtime winner, to get the Senators a 6 -5 win over the Rangers .

Pageau tied the contest at 14:56 of the first, assisted by former Ranger Anthony Duclair.

Ennis put Ottawa ahead with a power-play goal at 18:31 while the Senators were on a 5-on-3 advantage. Thomas Chabot and Namestnikov assisted on Ennis' third. It was only the third power-play goal of the season for Ottawa, which entered the contest 2 for 42 with a man-advantage.

The teams played a feisty first period with several skirmishes and two fights. Rangers defenceman Tony DeAngelo fought Ottawa's J.C. Beaudin, and Lemieux battled Senators' defenceman Mark Borowiecki.

But the fisticuffs did little to inspire the Rangers, who didn't exhibit the same zip displayed in their two most recent games, solid wins over Tampa Bay and Nashville. It was a clear case of the Rangers playing down to their opponent, as Ottawa entered the contest with a league-worst seven points in 12 games.

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The Senators outshot the Rangers 14-11 in the first period. The Rangers had a 12-11 advantage in the second, but the Senators scored three times against Georgiev.

Hainey, the 38-year-old defenceman, made it 3-1 with his first of the season at 4:12, one second after a hooking penalty to Rangers defenceman Jacob Trouba expired.

Pageau, who had a four-goal playoff performance against the Rangers in 2017, netted his second goal of the contest and fifth of the season on a breakaway at 11:43 of the middle period. Brady Tkachuk made it 5-1 for the Senators with his fourth at 14:56.

Artemi Panarin cut the deficit to 5-2 with a power-play goal for the Rangers at 17:34 of the second, with assists to Kakko and DeAngelo. Panarin extended his points streak to five games with his team-best sixth goal of the season.

Namestnikov then made it 6-2 for Ottawa with another power-play goal at 5:35 of the third. The 26-year-old Russian forward has five goals and four assists in 11 games with Ottawa since his trade from the Rangers on Oct. 7. He scored 13 goals in 99 games with the Rangers.

Bardreau helps Islanders beat Senators for 10th straight win

  Bardreau helps Islanders beat Senators for 10th straight win NEW YORK — Cole Bardreau scored his first NHL goal on a penalty shot in the second period, and the New York Islanders beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 Tuesday night for their 10th straight win. Cal Clutterbuck and Casey Cizikas each had a goal and an assist, and Josh Bailey also scored to help the Islanders win their first game in Brooklyn this season and extend their winning streak to the second-longest in franchise history, trailing only a 15-game run Jan. 21 to Feb. 20, 1982. Thomas Greiss stopped 27 shots.Jean-Gabriel Pageau had a goal for the Senators and Craig Anderson finished with 28 saves. Ottawa had won three of five after starting the season 1-6-1.

Jean-Gabriel Pageau #44 of the Ottawa Senators celebrates their overtime win against the New York Rangers with teammates Kyle Turris #7, Viktor OTTAWA, Ontario — Jean-Gabriel Pageau got his fourth goal of the game in the second overtime after scoring twice late in regulation, lifting the Ottawa

Pageau also scored twice on a deflection in the final 3:19 of the third period, including at 6 -on-5 with 1:02 remaining to tie the game 5-5. Defenseman Brady Skjei scored twice , Chris Kreider had a goal, and Michael Grabner and Derek Stepan each scored shorthanded for the Rangers .

Alexander Georgiev started his third straight game in goal for the Rangers after impressive wins over the Lightning and Predators, allowing one goal in both. Henrik Lundqvist, who last played in a 7-4 loss to Boston on Oct. 27, figures to return for the next game, on Wednesday against Detroit.

The Senators were coming off 5-2 loss at Boston on Saturday. They had only 10 goals in their five road losses before scoring six against the Rangers.

For the third-straight game, the Rangers dressed seven players 21 years old or younger — Kakko and fellow forwards Lias Andersson, Filip Chytil, Brett Howden plus defencemen Libor Hajek, Adam Fox and Ryan Lindgren.

NOTES: The Rangers scratched defenceman Marc Staal for the third straight game, plus forward Greg McKegg and Mika Zibanejad, who missed his third straight game with an upper body injury. ... Senators forward and former Ranger Anthony Duclair played his 300th career game. ... The Senators scratched forward Artem Ansimov and defenceman Cody Goloubef. ... The Rangers won the previous meeting 4-1 at Ottawa on Oct. 5 when Zibanejad recorded a hat trick. ... The teams meet again Nov. 22 in Ottawa.

UP NEXT

Rangers: Host Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.

Senators: Visit New York Islanders on Tuesday.

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Allan Kreda, The Associated Press

Senators score twice in second period en route to win over Flyers .
Filip Chlapik's second-period goal stood as the winner, Anders Nilsson made 26 saves and the Ottawa Senators killed off a late four-minute power play to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 Friday night. Colin White took a double minor for high sticking Claude Giroux with just over four minutes remaining in the game to leave the Senators shorthanded.

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