Senators score three early goals, Nilsson makes 38 saves as Sens beat Hurricanes
The Ottawa Senators scored three first-period goals and Anders Nilsson made 38 saves in a 4-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday. Filip Chlapik, Vladislav Namestnikov and Jean-Gabriel Pageau all scored in the first as the Senators (6-9-1) won their second straight game and third in their past four. Filip Chlapik, Vladislav Namestnikov and Jean-Gabriel Pageau all scored in the first as the Senators (6-9-1) won their second straight game and third in their past four. Brady Tkachuk also scored in the third.
Anthony Duclair, Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Thomas Chabot each recorded two points and the Ottawa Senators defeat the New York Rangers 4 - 1 .
Thomas Chabot had a goal and an assist, Anders Nilsson stopped 30 shots, and the Senators beat the New York Rangers 4 - 1 on Friday night for Ottawa continued to control the pace of the game for much of the second period. Ennis gave the Senators a 3-1 lead at 1:11 as he fought his way to the
OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have finally found a winning game plan.
Anders Nilsson made 30 saves as the Senators beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Friday night for Ottawa's first three-game win streak of the season. The Senators have won seven of their last nine and are .500 for the first time this campaign.
"I think we're playing some really good hockey," said Anders Nilsson, who stopped 30 shots. "You saw the way we played (Friday) and especially the way we played in the first period. We came out and had one of the best periods all year in the first and shut them down completely."
Three takeaways from Carolina Hurricanes 8-2 win over Ottawa Senators
Joel Edmundson had three points in the Hurricanes' win, while the Senators power play went 0-for-3.After Warren Foegele struck 44 seconds in for the Canes, Carolina took over and dominated thanks to a two-goal performance from Sebastian Aho and 27 saves from Petr Mrazek, which helped pave the way early for an 8-2 win.
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Nilsson has won his last four starts at home allowing just five goals through that stretch.
Thomas Chabot had a goal and an assist for the Senators (11-11-1), while Logan Brown, Tyler Ennis and Anthony Duclair also scored.
Jacob Trouba scored the lone goal for the Rangers (9-9-2), while Henrik Lundqvist stopped 35 shots.
Lundqvist will have to wait until Saturday to try and move into fifth place for career wins in NHL history. Lundqvist's 454 wins has him tied with Curtis Joseph.
The Rangers have been going through their own struggles and Lundqvist admitted New York could take a page from the Senators' playbook.
"They work hard and that's why they've been winning," Lundqvist said. "If you look at their record the last few weeks they win because they work really hard and pay attention to the details within their game. They earn their wins."
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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After dropping the second game of what has been touted as a season-defining five- game western road trip, the Pacific Division-leading Edmonton Oilers Thomas Chabot had a goal and an assist, Anders Nilsson stopped 30 shots, and the Ottawa Senators beat the New York Rangers 4 - 1 on Friday night.
Ennis gave the Senators a 3-1 lead as he fought his way to the net and beat Lundqvist with a wrist shot in the opening minutes of the second.
The Rangers had a great opportunity to get back in the game midway through the second when Christian Jaros was assessed a double minor for high sticking, but failed to take advantage.
"An abysmal game in so many ways," said New York head coach David Quinn. "Give Ottawa a lot of credit. They played hard, they played smart, they won every foot race and they won every one-on-one battle.
"This is as disappointing as it's been because I thought we were going in the right direction and building off a couple real good ones for us, but it's back to square one."
The Rangers then got into penalty trouble, giving Ottawa a two-man advantage. Lundqvist made three big saves, but was then beat by Duclair.
The Senators had a second two-man advantage, but were unable to beat Lundqvist.
Jacob Trouba caps off Rangers' rally for 6-5 win over Canadiens
Jacob Trouba scored the go-ahead goal in the third period as the New York Rangers overcame a four-goal deficit to stun the Montreal Canadiens 6-5 on Saturday night. Brendan Lemieux, with two, Filip Chytil, Pavel Buchnevich and Artemi Panarin also scored for the Rangers (10-9-2), who were down 4-0 early in the second period.
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OTTAWA -- Derick Brassard had a goal and two assists for the Ottawa Senators in a 6-3 win against the New York Rangers at Canadian Tire Centre on Matt Duchene, Mark Stone and Thomas Chabot each had a goal and an assist, and Craig Anderson made 32 saves for the Senators (21-27-9), who
Chabot opened scoring for Ottawa just 57 seconds into the game for his first goal in 17 games.
The Senators took a 2-0 lead at the six-minute mark with a power-play goal by Brown, for his first career NHL goal.
Brown, who was playing his 15th career game, was excited to finally get his first goal out of the way and was thrilled it held up as the game winner.
"That's something I've dreamt about my whole life," said Brown. "Especially the past couple weeks with all the unlucky bounces I've had. I've been thinking about getting that one."
Trouba's shot from inside the blue-line took a bounce that fooled Nilsson to cut that lead in half with just under three minutes remaining in the first period.
This was the third and final meeting between the two teams this. The Senators play seven of their next eight games on the road.
Notes: Max Lajoie and Christian Jaros were recalled from AHL Belleville as the Senators deal with injuries on its blue-line.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 22, 2019.
Lisa Wallace, The Canadian Press
Sens Re-Assign Brannstrom, Hogberg .
Bonestorm is back in BelleVegas.Brannstrom, who was the principle piece in February’s Mark Stone trade, has played 25 games with the Sens this year, posting two assists. Despite the lack of offence, he’s had a solid start to the campaign, with a Corsi rating of 50.40%, which is comparable to Thomas Chabot. That said, the Senators need him contributing on the scoresheet, and playing big minutes coupled with first powerplay time in Belleville will likely help to get that part of his game going again.