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Sport Chabot: Senators 'believe in ourselves'

18:41  23 november  2019
18:41  23 november  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Thomas Chabot scored 57 seconds into the game to set the tone early and help the Senators top the Rangers. Chabot discusses Ottawa's fast start and the mood around the team after winning five of their last six games.

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Coming into the season, many had the Ottawa Senators penciled in to finish in the league's basement. But with November coming to an end, the team is beginning to change that narrative.

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Defenseman Thomas Chabot says his Sens are hoping to keep the ball rolling after yet another victory Friday.

"I think everybody's buying in, everybody's sticking together," Chabot said following Ottawa's win over the New York Rangers, per TSN. "... I think we believe in ourselves, we buy in the system and I think we're doing a great job so far."

The Senators have won five of their last six outings and currently sit sixth in the Atlantic Division with an 11-11-1 record. They're just three points behind the Philadelphia Flyers in the wild-card race, but Chabot is choosing to focus on the present.

"We're still early, there's still a season ahead," he added when asked if his team is thinking about playoffs. "... I think we're going to surprise people. I think people are starting to come into the games and know that we can play the game the right way."

The Senators will look to stay hot when they visit the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday.

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