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Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson and Penguins captain Sidney Crosby will try to lift their teams to a Game 4 win in Ottawa on Wednesday night.
4 hrs ago | Wheeling News
After a victory in Game 3, the Ottawa Senators are confident they can tie their series against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
9 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Through slightly more than three weeks of Stanley Cup playoff action, hockey fans have been treated to a multitude of thrilling performances.
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The Penguins' practice didn't reveal lines, but a couple things became eminently clear: Jussi Jokinen will be back for Game 4 tomorrow.
The number jumped off the stats sheet. Eight blocked shots for Penguins defenseman Paul Martin in Game 3 Sunday night against the Ottawa Senators.
David Krejci's deft touch has played a key role for the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Goaltending is always a huge part of winning in the NHL , but its importance is magnified even further in the playoffs.
When Penguins' GM Ray Shero brought in winger Jarome Iginla - it was assumed that he would be skating alongside captain Sidney Crosby on the top line.
Colin Greening wore six stitches on his left cheek, and a wide smile, after Ottawa's double overtime playoff victory against Pittsburgh.
Jason Spezza made his much-anticipated return to the Ottawa lineup Sunday night in the Senators' 2-1 double-overtime victory over Pittsburgh.
Ups and downs is a feature that looks at the individual performances of the Ottawa Senators during the past week.
Ottawa Senators' Erik Condra, left, Colin Greening, centre, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, right, and Daniel Alfredsson celebrate after Greening scored the double-overtime-winning goal against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 3 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa on Sunday.
The Penguins went 0 for 6 on the power play against Ottawa at Scotiabank Place, failed to convert on a 5-on-3 situation and then allowed a backbreaking short-handed goal with 31 seconds left in regulation that led to overtime and a 2-1 loss in the second overtime.
The Penguins' second-round playoff series against Ottawa relocates to Scotiabank Place tonight, and that means the Senators will have the usual advantages of playing at home, like a supportive crowd and coach Paul MacLean being able to make the final personnel changes.
Canadian Olympic gold medallist Sidney Crosby of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia is a primary reason why the Pittsburgh Penguins are leading in their Eastern Conference semi-final series with the Ottawa Senators 2-0. According to TSN on Friday evening, Crosby recorded three goals and his second career playoff hat trick as Pittsburgh defeated Ottawa 4-3 ... (more)