The Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 and reached the 100 point mark for the 4th straight season. Dany Heatley got his 47th goal and Mike Fisher scored twice and the Ottawa Senators reached 100 points with a 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night. Fisher, Jason Spezza and Mike Comrie scored in the first period to help Ottawa reached 100 points for the fourth straight season, and sixth time in the past eight. For Montreal, Sheldon Souray scored his 18th power-play goal of the season in the first, tying Hall of Famer Denis Potvin and Adrian Aucoin for the NHL single-season record by a defenseman. Ottawa had a potential fourth goal waved off when referee Dan Maroueli blew a quick whistle before Heatley jammed home a rebound off Halak’s outstretched right pad. Ottawa Goalie Ray Emery now has 58 career wins, 26 losses and nine non-regulation losses overall in regular-season play. Senators C Dean McAmmond played his 800th regular-season game. McAmmond began his career with Chicago in 1991-92 and has also played for Edmonton, Philadelphia, Calgary, Colorado and St. Louis.
Bring on the Cup, baby! GO SENS GO!