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Sports Tkachuk has two goals, Brown scores again as Senators down Jets 4-2

06:40  13 april  2021
06:40  13 april  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Brady Tkachuk had two goals , Josh Norris and Thomas Chabot each had two assists, and Anton Forsberg made 24 saves for the Senators (14-25-4), who ended a four-game losing streak. Kyle Connor and Nikolaj Ehlers scored , and Connor Hellebuyck made 20 saves for the Jets (25-14-3), who had won Hellebuyck misplayed a dump-in by Chabot in front of his crease, and Dadonov picked up the loose puck and scored into an open net with his backhand. Tkachuk scored on a breakaway with a snap shot over Hellebuyck's glove at 16:12 for the 4 - 2 final. Defenseman Victor Mete played 9:43 in

Brown 's streak continues | video 00:42 Connor Brown fires a shot that goes in off the glove of Connor Hellebuyck for his eighth straight game with a goal , tying it 2 - 2 in the 1st. Brady Tkachuk . Регулярный сезон. Матч Winnipeg Jets - Ottawa Senators запланирован на 13 Апрель 2021г в 02

OTTAWA — Brady Tkachuk said he might start a bet to see how long Senators teammate Connor Brown could extend his franchise-record goal-scoring streak.

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Tkachuk scored twice and Brown extended his goal streak to eight games as the Senators beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 Monday.

"I think he's going to score the next 13," Tkachuk said, referring to the number of games left in Ottawa's season.

After a quiet start to the season, Brown is now scoring at a pace reserved for the league's top snipers. He tied Toronto's Auston Matthews for the longest goal streak of the season, and only Jaromir Jagr (nine goals, 1996-97) and Teemu Selanne (11 goals, 1997-98) have had longer streaks in the past 25 years.

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From that point the Jets (25-14-3) gave up four unanswered goals and ultimately dropped a 4 - 2 decision to the Senators , which snapped Winnipeg's win streak at three games. "We had a hard time managing the puck, physically and mentally," said head coach Paul Maurice. It was just the second goal the Jets penalty kill has given up in the last 17 shorthanded situations. Then with 1:22 to go in the opening period, Connor Brown scored to pull the Senators even, adding on to his franchise record goal - scoring streak, which now sits at eight games. "When they tied the game they looked different

"Nobody deserves it more than him," Tkachuk said. "He's one of the hardest workers that I know.

"Everybody's proud of him, and everything that he's shooting is going in."

Evgenii Dadonov scored the game-winner for Ottawa (14-25-4), which ended a four-game losing streak. Anton Forsberg was impressive in goal after a shaky start with 24 saves.

Thomas Chabot and Josh Norris each had two assists for the Senators, who improved to 2-4-1 against the Jets this season.

"We managed the puck a lot better than we have against them in other games," Senators head coach D.J. Smith said.

Kyle Connor and and Nikolaj Ehlers scored for Winnipeg. Connor Hellebuyck, making his seventh straight start, stopped 20 shots.

Winnipeg (25-14-3) had its three-game winning streak ended and missed a chance to eat into Toronto's lead for top spot in the North Division. The Maple Leafs lost 4-2 to Montreal on Monday but remained six points ahead of the Jets.

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Tkachuk had a goal and two assists, Matt Murray made 20 saves in his Ottawa debut, and the Senators defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3 in their first game in more than 10 months. But the Senators got back even 1:13 later when Tkachuk outmuscled T.J. Brodie to deflect Zaitsev's effort. Watson then got in on the action at 12:32, ripping a shot in off the crossbar to give Ottawa its first lead. Tierney then made it 4 - 2 at 15:03 when he swatted at a loose puck that glanced in off Brodie as the Leafs, who beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-4 in overtime Wednesday in their opener, were once again

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The Jets opened the scoring five minutes into the game after some sustained pressure on their first power play.  Connor scored his 19th goal of the season when his slapshot hit the underside of the Ottawa crossbar and fell behind Forsberg.

Ehlers made it 2-0 at 11:35 of the first period when he used Paul Stastny as a screen and fooled Forsberg with a quick shot to pick up his 18th goal of the campaign.

With the goal, Ehlers extended his point streak to four games (three goals, three assists).

The Senators got one back on the power play when Norris's shot deflected off both Jets  defenceman Derek Forbort and Tkachuk and past Hellebuyck.

Brown scored his eighth goal in eight games and 14th overall when his shot went off Hellebuyck's glove and into the net to tie the game 2-2.

The Jets outshot Ottawa 14-7 in the second period, thanks in part to having three power plays. However, Forsberg was sharp to keep his team in the game.

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Brown scores again in Senators win against Jets . Scores at 1:25 for Chicago, which sweeps two -game set; Laine gets two goals for Columbus. OTTAWA -- Connor Brown extended his goal streak to eight games, and the Ottawa Senators defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4 - 2 at Canadian Tire

Tkachuk has six points (four goals , two assists) in two games against the Flyers this season. He scored twice, including his first NHL goal , and had an assist in a 7-4 loss at Canadian Tire Centre on Oct. 10. … Philadelphia is the third team in NHL history to start five goalies in the first 24 games of a season, joining the 1988-89 Pittsburgh Penguins (Tom Barrasso, Steve Guenette, Frank Pietrangelo, Rick Tabaracci and Wendell Young) and the 2005-06 Artem Anisimov sends a backhand pass from behind the net to Evgenii Dadonov, who scores his second goal of the game for a 4 - 2 lead in the 2 nd.

Ottawa managed a couple of good scoring chances in the second on the counter-attack. Hellebuyck denied Brown another goal when he stopped the red-hot forward's breakaway attempt.

Hellebuyck had to be sharp again late in the period when he stopped speedy forward Alex Formenton on a breakaway and handled a follow-up from Chris Tierney.

Dadonov scored when Hellebuyck was unable to handle a bouncing puck, allowing the Senators forward to get the rebound and backhand the puck over the Jets goalie.

"I'm a little mad at myself," Hellebuyck, last season's winner of the Vezina Trophy as the league's top goaltender, said after an off-game. "A couple bad mistakes. Not good enough."

Tkachuk scored his second of the game and 14th of the season when he caused a turnover in the neutral zone, then skated into Winnipeg's end and wired a shot past Hellebuyck.

The Senators went with a young defence after dealing veterans Mike Reilly, Erik Gudbranson and Braydon Coburn before Monday's trade deadline.

Erik Brannstrom, 21, moved into Ottawa's top-four while Victor Mete, 22, made his Senators debut after being claimed off waivers from Montreal earlier Monday.

"It's good to be here with a lot of young guys," said Mete, who played nine minutes 43 seconds Monday. "I feel like if I can establish myself here it will be a big success moving forward."

The Jets and Senators meet again Wednesday at Canadian Tire Centre.

NOTES: Winnipeg centre Mark Scheifele assisted on Connor's goal to give him an assist in four straight games. ... Ottawa forward Colin White played for the first time since he suffered an upper-body injury April 1 against Montreal.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 12, 2021.

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Canadiens get shut out by Senators at Bell Centre .
The good news for the Canadiens is Carey Price was healthy and back in goal Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre against the Ottawa Senators after missing the previous six games with a lower-body injury. The bad news started when Artem Zub scored on the Senators’ first shot on Price 3:03 into the first period. Things didn’t get better for the Canadiens after that and they ended up losing 4-0 to the Senators. Drake Batherson scored twice for Ottawa and Nikita Zaitsev added an empty-netter. The Canadiens actually outshot the Senators 23-15. Josh Anderson got the first shot on goal for the Canadiens with a backhand on Senators goalie Matt Murray 48 seconds into the game.

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