DENVER — Shane Prince had two goals and an assist for his first NHL points, and the Ottawa Senators held on to beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-3 Wednesday night. 253 more words
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DENVER It hasn’t escaped the notice of Senators players that goaltender Craig Anderson has been their life line.
With nine wins in 16 starts before Wednesday’s game here, anchoring a team that leads the league in shots allowed, Anderson (9-4-3, 2.69, .919) has been even more important to Ottawa’s success than expected. 889 more words
Ok, I’m going to admit off the bat I didn’t get to watch what was probably the most score-laden game of the year, so this recap is going to be a) sparse and b) mostly useless. 451 more words
DALLAS (AP) – Craig Anderson didn’t need a third straight shutout, though he did need some big third-period saves.
Anderson made 33 saves to help the Ottawa Senators end the Dallas Stars’ five-game winning streak with a 7-4 victory on Tuesday night. 462 more words
DALLAS (AP) Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored two third-period goals and the Ottawa Senators held off the Dallas Stars for a 7-4 victory Tuesday night.
Ottawa was outshot 37-20 but scored three unassisted goals after takeaways, one on the power play and another short-handed, by Pageau. 461 more words