Let’s see where the Senators stand at the 63 game mark – wins (25), loses (29), overtime (10), goals for (157), goals against (179) for a total of 60 points. The problem lies in the goals against section – it’s a clear indication of why we aren’t in the thick of the playoff action for the first time since 1996. More goals would have got us more wins.
Last night the Sens beat the Buffalo Sabres 6-3 in a game in which Daniel Alfredsson – Ottawa’s career leader in goals, assists, points and games – got his 350th goal when he opened the scoring on a power play 4:44 into the game. Nick Foligno had 2 goals, Chris Campoli & Chris Kelly had a goal each, while Alfredsson scored one more.
Two nights before, Edmonton came visiting and lost 2-4. Center Jason Spezza scored the fastest Senators goals ever, scoring on the 12th sec from the start of the game. Dany Heatley, Mike Comrie & and Campoli also scored for Ottawa, which ended a three-game losing streak. Brian Elliott had 24 saves.
download confessions of a driving instructor online watch mary poppins online Ottawa had lost to Edmonton’s provincial rivals, two nights previously, 3-6 in which Heatley, Campoli & Filip Kuba scored.
February had ended on a sour note as we lost in overtime to the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-4. Ryan Shannon, Jarkko Ruutu and Alfredsson scored for the Senators. And just two days before that we welcomed the San Jose Sharks, who beat us 2-1. Mike Fisher had the lone Ottawa Goal, while Alex Auld made 22 saves.