Sports Duchene leads under-manned Senators to win

06:27  07 february  2018
06:27  07 february  2018 Source:   MSN

Aho leads Hurricanes past slumping Senators

  Aho leads Hurricanes past slumping Senators Sebastian Aho and Victor Rask scored in the third period, helping the Carolina Hurricanes top the slumping Ottawa Senators 2-1 on Tuesday night. “I was very excited. I’ve been waiting for this since I got hurt,” Aho said. “It felt really good to get that goal.”Cam Ward made 29 saves for Carolina in the opener of a season-long eight-game homestand. The Hurricanes returned from the All-Star break with their second straight win after dropping six of eight.Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored and Craig Anderson made 37 saves for the Senators, who have lost six in a row. Ottawa hit three posts, including two in the first period.

Matt Duchene scored and added two assists as the under - manned Ottawa Senators posted a 5-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. An entertaining first period saw the Senators jump out to a 3-1 lead .

Matt Duchene scored one of his two goals seven seconds into overtime and added an assist as the Senators overcame a three-goal deficit to win View on YouTube.

a hockey game in the snow© Provided by thecanadianpress.com OTTAWA - Matt Duchene scored and added two assists as the under-manned Ottawa Senators posted a 5-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.

Mike Hoffman, Chris DiDomenico, Colin White and Zack Smith also scored for Ottawa (18-25-9). Craig Anderson made 30 saves.

The Senators were already without veteran forwards Mark Stone (knee) and Bobby Ryan (hand) when they learned they would also be without Derick Brassard, who is banged up, and Nate Thompson, who left the morning skate early, as he continues to deal with a lower-body injury.

Travis Zajac, Taylor Hall and Kyle Palmieri scored for the Devils (27-17-8). Keith Kinkaid allowed four goals on 20 shots before being replaced by Eddie Lack, who allowed one goal on 12 shots.

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• Andreas Athanasiou had a goal and an assist to help lead the Detroit Red Wings over the Florida Panthers 4-2. • Matt Duchene only need seven seconds of overtime to help give the Ottawa Senators a 6-5 win over the San Jose Sharks.

Trailing 5-2 to start the third, the Devils made it a two-goal game on Palmieri's 11th of the season.

The Senators took a 4-1 lead midway through the second as White scored his first NHL goal on a great feed from Thomas Chabot in front of 13,991 at Canadian Tire Centre. The goal put an end to Kinkaid's night.

The Devils cut the lead in half as Hall picked up his 19th of the season on the power play extending his scoring streak to 11 games (7G, 10A). Alex Burrows had taken a double minor as he took exception to a hit from Hall.

The Senators made it 5-2 in the final minute of the second as Jean-Gabriel Pageau fed Smith for a breakaway as he stepped out of the penalty box and he made no mistake beating Lack.

An entertaining first period saw the Senators jump out to a 3-1 lead.

Mike Hoffman lifts Senators to shootout win over Flyers

  Mike Hoffman lifts Senators to shootout win over Flyers Mike Hoffman scored the only goal among 12 players in the shootout to lift the Ottawa Senators to a 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday. The Senators looked like they had the game won in regulation, but Nolan Patrick tied the contest with 2.6 seconds left in the third period to force overtime.Neither team scored in the 3-on-3 5-minute period and neither looked like it was going to score in the shootout, either. After six Flyers shooters and five Senators missed, Hoffman finally connected with a pretty move that beat Michal Neuvirth and sent Ottawa to consecutive victories for the first time since Jan.

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The Devils opened the scoring just two minutes in as Stefan Noesen took advantage of a turnover and found Zajac, who beat Anderson short side.

The Senators made the most of a two-man advantage as Hoffman beat Kinkaid with a one-timer to the top corner and on an ensuing power play DiDomenico scored his fifth of the season.

Duchene rounded out the scoring, beating Kinkaid short side on a play that started with a great behind the back pass from Hoffman.

Notes: Ottawa recalled Max McCormick from AHL Belleville. New Jersey's Taylor Hall played in his 500th NHL career game Tuesday.

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