Senators Lose 2-1 to Canadiens

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After a sloppy first period that saw the Habs outshoot the Senators 12-4, the turnovers and missed opportunities continued into the second for both teams until finally, somebody broke the ice.  At 13:55, a shot from the point was knocked down by Erik Karlsson in front of the net and stolen right away by Mike Cammalleri.  Cammalleri then wasted no time sending the puck across to Erik Cole, who snuck it by Anderson for a  1-0 Habs lead.  Exactly 3 minutes later, Erik Karlsson was front and centre again.  This time sending a pass right up the middle of the ice (later Coach MacLean would obsolve Karlsson of any wrong doing, saying a forward was looking for the puck then turned away) and onto the stick of Lars Eller, who outwaited Craig Anderson so that he could make a pass over to Andrei Kostitsyn and make it 2-0 Montreal.

The third period would begin and the Senators didn’t waste any time.  1:07 in, Zack Smith broke Carey Price’s shutout bid with a shorthanded effort and we had a 1 goal game once again.  But despite the Senators continuing to press for the remainder of the period, they just couldn’t beat Carey Price for a second time.  2-1 was the final for the Habs, their 4th straight win.  The Senators lose for the second time in a row since their 6 game winning streak. 

Here’s Paul MacLean & Jason Spezza on the team’s effort tonight.

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Also, here’s Carey Price on his team’s effort after a long layoff, the save on Michalek & not getting complacent.

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