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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

Media information ..................................................................... 2

REGULAR SEASON ________________________________

A look back on 2011-12 ......................................................... 3-4

Game-by-game summary ......................................................... 5

Final season player statistics .................................................... 6

2011-12 transactions ................................................................ 7

Opening and closing rosters ..................................................... 8

Injury summary ......................................................................... 9

Record analysis ................................................................. 10-11

Shootout summary ................................................................. 12

Molson cup game star award ................................................. 13

Team highs and lows ............................................................. 14

The last time the Senators ...................................................... 15

All-time Senators leaders and career statistics .................. 16-17

Senators pre-season statistics ............................................... 18

Senators pre-season all-time record ...................................... 19

Binghamton game-by-game ................................................... 20

Binghamton regular season statistics ..................................... 21

2011-12 regular season game summaries ........................ 22-31

Regular season vs opponents ........................................... 32-60

Coach and player profiles for 2011-12 season .................. 61-88

2011-12 game-by-game player log .................................... 89-93

PLAYOFFS ________________________________________

A look back at the 2012 playoffs ........................................ 94-95

Senators 2012 playoff statistics .............................................. 96

Senators 2012 playoff record analysis .............................. 96-97

Senators 2012 playoff game summaries ................................ 98

Senators playoff statistics vs N.Y. Rangers ............................ 99

Senators game-by-game player log 2012 playoffs ............... 100

Senators playoff experience and all-time leaders .......... 101-102

Overall playoff record analysis (1997-2012) ......................... 103

All-time playoff game-by-game ...................................... 104-106

All-time playoff overtime game-by-game ............................. 106

Yearly playoff record ............................................................ 107

Senators record vs opponents .............................................. 107

Playoff records .............................................................. 108-110

Senators all-time playoffs last time ....................................... 111

Senators all-time playoff stats .............................................. 112

All-time playoff overtime points ............................................. 113

Senators playoff experience .......................................... 114-115

Last updated: May 22, 2012

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MEDIA INFORMATION

2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

SCOTIABANK PLACE ....................... 1000 Palladium Dr., Ottawa, Ont., K2V 1A5

Press box phone ............................................................................. (613) 599-0436

Media relations fax .......................................................................... (613) 599-5562

Team website ................................................................ www.ottawasenators.com

Capacity ....................................................................................................... 19,153

First game ....................................................... Jan. 17, 1996 (3-0 loss to Montreal)

First playoff game ............................................. April 21, 1997 (3-2 loss to Buffalo)

Scotiabank Place construction began .................................................. July 7, 1994

COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Brian Morris, Director Chris Moore, Coordinator Amanda Nigh, Assistant

e-mail: morrisb@ottawasenators.com e-mail: moorec@ottawasenators.com e-mail: nigha@ottawasenators.com

Office: 613-599-0289 Office: 613-599-0326 Office: 613-599-0261

Cell: 613-293-2448 Cell: 613-791-0814

MEDIA INFORMATION LINE (613-599-0275)

The Senators media information line is available at 613-599-0275. The media information line is updated by the Senators

communications department. The service provides media with the latest Senators information, including: practice schedules, roster

moves, injury updates, ticket information, broadcast information, team announcements and visiting team information.

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

A LOOK BACK ON THE 2011-12 REGULAR SEASON

TEAM NOTES

SEASON RECAP: The Ottawa Senators finished the 2011-12 regular season with a 41-31-10 record and 92 points, an improvement

from 2010-11 when they went 32-40-10 and had 74 points … The Senators finished eighth in the Eastern Conference and second in

the Northeast Division.

ATTENDANCE REPORT: The Senators averaged 19,356 fans, including 26 sellout crowds, through 41 home games this season

793,612 fans attended Senators games...Scotiabank Place capacity is 19,153. The club averaged 18,379 patrons and had 16

sellouts in 2010-11.

HOME ON THE RANGE: Ottawa earned a record of 20-17-4 through 41 home games ... Spezza led the Senators with 18 home

goals while Karlsson lead the club in home assists with 30 ... Spezza led Ottawa with 42 points (18 goals, 24 assists) at Scotiabank

Place ... The Senators went 16-20-5 at home in 2010-11.

ROAD SCHOLARS: The Senators concluded the season with a record of 21-14-6 through 41 road games ... Michalek led Ottawa

with 22 road goals while Karlsson led the team with 30 road assists ... Spezza (16 goals, 26 assists) led the Senators with 42 points

while the team was away from Scotiabank Place ... The club went 16-20-5 on the road in 2010-11.

FRANCHISE RECORD: Ottawa has posted an all-time record of 679-651-115-83 over 1,528 games …The Senators are 368-291-60-

45 through 764 all-time home games and 311-360-55-38 through 764 all-time road games.

BACK-TO-BACK GAMES: The Senators played back-to-back games on 17 occasions this season and earned a record of 7-8-2 in

the first half of games on consecutive nights, while going 9-5-3 in the second half ... The Senators played back-to-back games a total

of 16 times in 2010-11. Ottawa went 6-7-3 in the front end of back-to-back games and 7-8-1 in the back end.

ON THE POWER PLAY: The Senators were 49-270 (18.2%, 11th) on the power-play this season … The Senators had at least one

power-play opportunity in all but one game (Jan. 31, 4-3 loss at Boston) … The Senators had multiple power-play goals in a game on

12 occasions … Ottawa scored at least one power-play goal in a season-high four straight games on two occasions.

ON THE PENALTY KILL: Ottawa went 253-310 (81.6%, T-20th) on the penalty-kill this season … Ottawa finished tied for fifth in the

NHL with nine shorthanded goals (Alfredsson – 3, Condra – 2, Smith – 2, Michalek, Winchester) … Ottawa played one game in

which they did not incur a shorthanded situation (Dec. 14, 5-2 loss vs Boston) … The Senators have played nine games since the

1992-93 season without receiving a penalty, most recently a 3-2 shootout loss in Chicago on Jan. 7, 2011.

OVERTIME AND SHOOTOUTS: The Senators finished 11-10 in overtime and shootout games in 2011-12 … Six of Ottawa’s wins

and four of its losses were by shootout … The club is 72-101-115 in 288 all-time overtime games and is 24-37 in 61 all-time shootout

contests … Ottawa finished 6-4 in shootouts (1-2 at home; 5-2 on the road).

TALLYING THE GOALS: The Senators scored 243 goals in 2011-12, up 53 goals from the 190 they scored in 2010-11 ... The team

scored 49 times on the power play and nine times shorthanded ... They also added 14 empty-net goals.

INDIVIDUAL NOTES

COACH MACLEAN: The season-opener in Detroit marked the first game behind the Senators bench for new head coach Paul

MacLean ... It was also his first game as an NHL head coach ... MacLean, who was hired by the Senators as the 10th head coach in

franchise history on June 14, 2011, earned his first NHL coaching victory with a 3-1 home win over Minnesota on Oct. 11 and now

ranks fourth all-time among team coaches in victories (41).

ERIK THE MAGNIFICENT: After appearing in his second consecutive NHL All-Star Game, Karlsson enjoyed his most successful

NHL campaign in 2011-12. He established new franchise records among defencemen for most points (78), assists (59) and multipoint

games (21). In reaching the 70-point plateau, he became the youngest NHL defenceman to do so since Brian Leetch attained

the mark in 1988-89 (Elias). On Feb. 22, he became the 17th player in team history to earn 100 assists with the club. He was

recognized as the NHL's First Star of the Week on Feb. 27 and was named the NHL's Second Star of the Month of February on

March 1.

MILESTONE FOR PHILLIPS: Phillips became the 43rd player to play 1,000 games with one team and the 46th to play 1,000 games

for one franchise when he did so on Feb. 9 against Nashville ... His first NHL game took place on 10/1/97 at Montreal ... He ranks

second (Alfredsson) in all-time games played with Ottawa, is second (Neil) in penalty minutes (671), is seventh in assists (191) and

10th in points (256) ... He joined Alfredsson and Gonchar as one of three current Senators to reach the 1,000 games milestone.

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

400 FOR ALFREDSSON: Alfredsson became the 86th NHL player (and the first with the Senators) to record 400 career goals when

he scored the overtime winner on Friday, Dec. 30, in Ottawa’s 4-3 decision over visiting Calgary.

IRON MEN: Nick Foligno, along with rookies Jared Cowen and Colin Greening were the only three Senators players to take part in all

82 games this season ... The last time a Senators rookie played in all 82 games came in 2005-06, when Andrej Meszaros

accomplished the feat … This was the second consecutive season Foligno played in all 82 games.

COMEBACK KIDS: The Senators tied for third in the NHL in having won seven games when trailing after two periods this season

and rank second in the league in having won 12 games when trailing after the opening 20 minutes ... The Jan. 8 6-4 win over

Philadelphia marked the fourth time in 2011-12 that the Senators have recovered from a two-goal (or more) third period deficit ... In

2010-11, the team won two games when trailing entering the third period ... The Senators' 102 third period goals were third most in

the NHL .

THIS AND THAT FROM 2011-12: Spezza tied a career high with 34 goals, the third time he has done that in his career… Neil

became the 13th player to record 200 points in a Senators uniform when he accomplished the feat on April 1 ... Foligno moved ahead

of Chara and into 20th place on the franchise's all-time points list (147) with a goal and an assist on April 1 ... Spezza became the

seventh player in franchise history to skate in 600 games with the Senators when he did so on March 23 … Spezza has registered

616 career points rendering him the only player of the seven to average greater than one point per game over his first 600 contests ...

Karlsson matched Steve Duchesne's franchise record of 19 goals in one season (established during the 1996-97 campaign) on

March 14 ... The Senators had a record of 16-2-1 when Turris registered a point with the club this season and were 13-3-0 when

Spezza scored in 2012 … Spezza recorded 34 points (14 goals, 20 assists) over the last 25 games of the regular season ...

Karlsson's 59 assists (a career high for one season) tied for third in the NHL while his 78 points were a league best among

defenceman ... He finished tied for 10th in NHL scoring and led NHL rear guards with 261 shots on goal this season ... Spezza

finished fourth in NHL scoring with 84 points ... Michalek's team-high 35 markers tied for 11th most in the NHL ... Kuba tied for ninth

in the league with a +26 rating ... Konopka finished third in the NHL with 193 penalty minutes while Neil finished fourth (178) and

Foligno tied for 16th (124) ... Neil finished tied for fifth in the NHL with 271 hits while Cowen was 20th (and was sixth among league

defencemen) with 217.

ALL-STAR GAME: Four Senators players (Alfredsson, Karlsson, Michalek, Spezza) were voted to play in the 2012 NHL All-Star

game, which was held in Ottawa at Scotiabank Place ... Greening was added to the roster as part of the ‘young guns’.

SENS DEBUTS: Six different players made their NHL debut with the Senators this season, including Mark Borowiecki, Mike

Hoffman, Andre Petersson, Jakob Silfverberg (post-season), Mark Stone (post-season) and Mika Zibanejad ... Ten (10) different

players made their regular-season debut in a Senators uniform this season (listed alphabetically): Bishop, Borowiecki, Filatov, Gilroy,

Hoffman, Klinkhammer, Konopka, Petersson, Turris and Zibanejad.

ALL-TIME LEADERS: Alfredsson holds the Senators all-time lead in games played (1,131), goals (416), assists (666) and points

(1,082) ... Following Alfredsson in games played are Phillips (1,024), Wade Redden (838), Neil (731), Radek Bonk (689) and Mike

Fisher (675) ... Neil leads in penalty minutes (1,861), while former goaltender Patrick Lalime holds the lead in games played (283),

wins (146) and shutouts (30).

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

SENATORS 2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARY

# Date Team W/L/OT Record GF- GA Ottawa Scorers W/T Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr Attend.

1 Oct. 7 @ Detroit L 0-1-0 3-5 9, 9p, 17p 26 2-3 5-5 32-39 35 – 41 20,066

2 Oct. 8 @ Toronto L 0-2-0 5-6 14, 11s, 19p, 11p, 24 81 2-8 7-9 32-35 34 – 35 19,324

3 Oct. 11 Minnesota W** 1-2-0 4-3 71, 25, 14p 19 1-4 1-2 44-27 41 – 32 19,455+

4 Oct. 13 Colorado L 1-3-0 1-7 9p 92 1-4 2-6 16-39 35 – 41 19,239+

5 Oct. 15 @ Washington L 1-4-0 1-2 13 90 0-1 2-3 26-34 29 – 35 18,506

6 Oct. 18 Philadelphia L 1-5-0 2-7 19, 65 28 0-5 3-6 23-30 35 – 35 18,059

7 Oct. 20 Winnipeg W 2-5-0 4-1 9p, 19, 11, 9 19 1-4 4-4 30-36 41 – 31 17,919

8 Oct. 22 Columbus W 3-5-0 4-3 17p, 15, 19, 9p 9 2-2 3-4 27-21 41 – 1 18,867

9 Oct. 25 @ Carolina W** 4-5-0 3-2** 28, 19p 19 1-1 3-4 28-34 41 – 30 12,083

10 Oct. 27 Florida W 5-5-0 4-3 11, 24, 14, 71 71 0-2 4-4 38-25 41 – 25 18,165

11 Oct. 29 @ N.Y. Rangers W** 6-5-0 5-4** 25, 9, 19p, 9 9 1-4 2-4 40-28 41 – 30 18,200

12 Oct. 30 Toronto W 7-5-0 3-2 14p, 25p, 23 23 2-4 5-6 30-25 40 – 50 19,522+

13 Nov. 1 @ Boston L 7-6-0 3-5 71, 24, 2 55 0-3 6-7 26-41 30 – 41 17,565

14 Nov. 4 Montreal L 7-7-0 1-2 15s 46 0-4 2-2 34-26 31 – 41 20,329+

15 Nov. 5 Buffalo O** 7-7-1 2-3 9, 22 9 0-2 2-2 27-33 1 – 41 18,805

16 Nov. 9 N.Y. Rangers L 7-8-1 2-3 9, 71 10 0-2 1-1 31-19 30 – 41 19,543+

17 Nov. 11 @ Buffalo L 7-9-1 1-5 55p 37 1-4 5-5 37-21 1 – 41 18,690

18 Nov. 12 @ Toronto W 8-9-1 5-2 55, 71p, 15, 71, 9 15 1-3 5-5 24-33 41 – 30 19,553

19 Nov. 15 @ Calgary W 9-9-1 3-1 11, 16, 16 16 0-4 6-6 32-39 41 – 34 19,289

20 Nov. 17 @ Edmonton W 10-9-1 5-2 14, 23, 9, 18, 28 9 0-3 1-2 16-24 41 – 35 16,839

21 Nov. 20 @ Vancouver O* 10-9-2 1-2 14 20 0-5 3-4 29-27 35 – 35 18,890

22 Nov. 25 @ Pittsburgh L 10-10-2 3-6 23, 2, 22 71 0-4 4-5 27-40 29 – 41 18,610

23 Nov. 27 Carolina W 11-10-2 4-3 19, 19p, 7, 15 15 1-4 7-8 25-37 41 – 30 19,656+

24 Nov. 29 @ Winnipeg W 12-10-2 6-4 9, 15, 9, 19, 15p, 71 15 1-4 4-5 34-43 41 – 31 15,004

25 Dec. 1 @ Dallas L 12-11-2 2-3 22, 9 24 0-1 2-3 35-32 30 – 41 10,490

26 Dec. 3 @ Washington O* 12-11-3 2-3 65, 9 21 0-1 4-4 34-35 30 – 41 18,506

27 Dec. 5 Tampa Bay W 13-11-3 4-2 15, 11, 71, 15 71 0-3 3-3 31-33 41 – 30 18,742

28 Dec. 7 Washington L 13-12-3 3-5 22, 71, 9p 20 1-6 3-4 34-44 29 – 41 17,771

29 Dec. 8 @ New Jersey O** 13-12-4 4-5 9, 71, 11p, 18s 14 1-6 5-5 29-31 1 – 35 13,743

30 Dec. 10 Vancouver L 13-13-4 1-4 14 17 0-5 3-5 25-28 1 – 41 19,171+

31 Dec. 13 @ Buffalo W* 14-13-4 3-2 9, 13, 2 2 0-4 3-3 44-29 41 – 30 18,690

32 Dec. 14 Boston L 14-14-4 2-5 11, 19 37 0-5 0-0 49-29 30 – 41 18,088

33 Dec. 16 Pittsburgh W 15-14-4 6-4 14, 19, 11, 2, 28p, 19 28 1-5 2-4 24-36 35 – 1 19,710+

34 Dec. 20 Buffalo W 16-14-4 4-1 15, 22, 65p, 22 22 1-3 3-4 39-23 41 – 30 18,474

35 Dec. 22 Florida W* 17-14-4 4-3 25p, 11p, 65, 16 16 2-2 3-5 26-35 41 – 30 19,296+

36 Dec. 23 @ Carolina O* 17-14-5 1-2 17 15 0-1 3-3 23-38 30 – 41 14,556

37 Dec. 27 Montreal L 17-15-5 2-6 15, 19 13 0-3 3-4 35-28 31 – 41 20,500+

38 Dec. 30 Calgary W* 18-15-5 4-3 71, 15, 65, 11p 11 1-3 2-3 49-32 41 – 37 20,500+

39 Dec. 31 @ Buffalo W** 19-15-5 3-2 39, 25 16 0-5 4-5 46-28 41 – 1 18,690

40 Jan. 2 New Jersey W* 20-15-5 3-2 19, 22s, 11p 11 1-4 2-2 32-29 41 – 30 19,573+

41 Jan. 5 Tampa Bay W 21-15-5 4-1 19, 7, 15, 11 7 0-2 3-3 24-36 41 – 30 19,944+

42 Jan. 7 @ Philadelphia O* 21-15-6 2-3 9p, 16 48 1-3 5-6 37-39 30 – 41 19,792

43 Jan. 8 Philadelphia W 22-15-6 6-4 11, 25, 14, 65, 17, 71 17 0-2 2-3 38-37 41 – 30 20,028+

44 Jan. 10 @ Pittsburgh W 23-15-6 5-1 25, 16, 19, 9p, 9 16 1-4 1-1 23-30 41 – 1 18,603

45 Jan. 12 @ N.Y. Rangers W 24-15-6 3-0 19, 9, 19p 19 1-2 4-4 24-34 41 – 30 18,200

46 Jan. 14 @ Montreal W** 25-15-6 3-2 7, 19p 11 1-8 5-5 25-35 41 – 31 21,273

47 Jan. 16 Winnipeg L 25-16-6 0-2 - 19 0-2 3-3 25-35 50 – 41 19,927+

48 Jan. 17 @ Toronto W 26-16-6 3-2 11, 19, 7 7 0-1 2-2 21-39 41 – 34 19,615

49 Jan. 19 @ San Jose W 27-16-6 4-1 7, 65, 14p, 14 65 1-4 3-3 21-37 41 – 31 17,562

50 Jan. 21 @ Anaheim L 27-17-6 1-2 25 17 0-2 3-3 32-29 1 – 41 15,500

51 Jan. 23 @ Los Angeles L 27-18-6 1-4 11p 13 1-5 4-5 28-34 32 – 41 18,118

52 Jan. 24 @ Phoenix L 27-19-6 2-3 11, 25 17 0-3 3-3 34-26 41 – 41 8,061

53 Jan. 31 @ Boston L 27-20-6 3-4 14, 7, 65 44 0-0 2-4 33-30 30 – 41 17,565

54 Feb. 3 N.Y. Islanders O* 27-20-7 1-2 15s 4 0-2 2-2 24-32 20 – 41 18,252

55 Feb. 4 Toronto L 27-21-7 0-5 - 81 0-3 3-5 49-40 34 – 41 20,500+

56 Feb. 7 St. Louis L 27-22-7 1-3 11p 57 1-4 1-1 29-18 1 – 41 18,952

57 Feb. 9 Nashville W 28-22-7 4-3 19, 4, 19p, 4p 4 2-6 4-5 29-27 35 – 35 18,592

58 Feb. 11 Edmonton O* 28-22-8 3-4 11, 9, 65 4 0-2 2-2 42-40 35 – 41 20,085+

59 Feb. 14 @ Tampa Bay W 29-22-8 4-0 65, 19p, 19, 19 65 1-2 2-2 27-28 41 – 32 17,488

60 Feb. 15 @ Florida W 30-22-8 6-2 42, 23, 16, 11s, 9, 17p 16 1-4 4-5 31-44 41 – 30 14,038

61 Feb. 20 @ N.Y. Islanders W 31-22-8 6-0 65, 19, 65, 4p, 5, 19p 65 2-5 3-3 32-28 41 – 60 15,818

62 Feb. 22 Washington W 32-22-8 5-2 65, 9, 9p, 4p, 71 9 2-3 4-5 26-35 41 – 29 18,357

63 Feb. 25 Boston L 32-23-8 3-5 65, 11, 11 46 0-2 1-2 30-38 30 – 35 19,444+

64 Feb. 26 N.Y. Islanders W 33-23-8 5-2 9p, 19p, 42, 25, 7 42 2-3 1-1 24-30 40 – 20 19,660+

65 Feb. 28 @ Boston W 34-23-8 1-0 65p 65 1-3 4-4 38-32 40 – 30 17,565

66 March 2 Chicago L 34-24-8 1-2 9 81 0-1 1-2 26-39 30 – 40 18,788

67 March 4 @ Florida L 34-25-8 2-4 2, 25 26 0-2 4-5 25-28 60 – 40 15,811

68 March 6 @ Tampa Bay W 35-25-8 7-3 55, 14, 7, 65p, 9p, 9, 9s 65 2-3 2-3 35-28 30 – 30 18,967

69 March 8 N.Y. Rangers W 36-25-8 4-1 15, 71, 7, 19 71 0-2 4-4 22-26 30 – 43 18,854

70 March 10 Buffalo O** 36-25-9 3-4 22s, 65, 65 63 0-1 3-3 36-41 30 – 30 19,951+

71 March 14 @ Montreal O** 36-25-10 2-3 14, 65 51 0-3 1-1 37-26 31 – 30 21,273

72 March 16 Montreal W* 37-25-10 2-1 14, 17 17 0-9 4-4 33-14 30 – 31 20,500+

73 March 17 Toronto L 37-26-10 1-3 14 81 0-3 2-4 30-18 34 – 30 20,500+

74 March 20 New Jersey L 37-27-10 0-1 - 17 0-3 3-4 34-34 1 – 30 19,834+

75 March 23 @ Montreal L 37-28-10 1-5 19 72 0-2 5-7 38-32 31 – 41 21,273

76 March 24 Pittsburgh W 38-28-10 8-4 9, 55, 4p, 7, 11s, 19, 11, 14p 11 2-4 4-4 28-40 41 – 39 20,076+

77 March 26 @ Winnipeg W 39-28-10 6-4 25, 23, 7, 11, 11, 9 11 0-2 3-4 35-48 41 – 31 15,004

78 March 31 @ Philadelphia W** 40-28-10 4-3 19, 11, 25 19 0-4 5-5 29-39 41 – 35 19,822

79 April 1 @ N.Y. Islanders W 41-28-10 5-1 7, 55p, 9, 71, 7p 55 2-3 3-3 32-30 41 – 35 14,210

80 April 3 Carolina L 41-29-10 1-2 19 15 0-5 2-3 39-31 30 – 41 19,484+

81 April 5 Boston L 41-30-10 1-3 19 6 0-3 3-3 45-27 35 – 30 20,500+

82 April 7 @ New Jersey L 41-31-10 2-4 97, 42 11 0-2 1-3 33-35 30 – 41 17,625

( * = overtime, ** = shootout, x = game-deciding goal, p = power play, s = shorthanded, + = Scotiabank Place sell-out)

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SENATORS FINAL SEASON STATISTICS

POS PLAYER GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S% TOI/G FO %

C Jason Spezza 80 34 50 84 +11 36 10 0 2 232 14.7 19:55 53.5

D Erik Karlsson 81 19 59 78 +16 42 3 0 5 261 7.3 25:19 0.0

L Milan Michalek 77 35 25 60 +4 32 10 1 3 212 16.5 19:33 16.7

R Daniel Alfredsson 75 27 32 59 +16 18 7 3 4 191 14.1 18:56 43.5

L Nick Foligno 82 15 32 47 +2 124 1 0 3 153 9.8 14:38 41.6

L Colin Greening 82 17 20 37 -4 46 4 0 0 184 9.2 15:35 41.9

D Sergei Gonchar 74 5 32 37 -4 55 2 0 1 131 3.8 22:15 0.0

D Filip Kuba 73 6 26 32 +26 26 3 0 2 78 7.7 23:36 0.0

C Kyle Turris 55 12 17 29 +10 31 1 0 2 142 8.5 16:51 46.8

R Chris Neil 72 13 15 28 -10 178 2 0 0 127 10.2 12:47 0.0

C Zack Smith 81 14 12 26 +4 98 1 2 3 134 10.4 14:04 48.9

R Erik Condra 81 8 17 25 +11 30 0 2 1 140 5.7 14:09 40.7

D Matt Gilroy 67 3 17 20 +2 18 0 0 0 80 3.8 17:30 0.0

D Chris Phillips 80 5 14 19 +12 16 4 0 1 85 5.9 19:06 0.0

D Jared Cowen 82 5 12 17 -4 56 0 0 1 58 8.6 18:53 0.0

R Bobby Butler 56 6 10 16 +8 12 0 0 4 86 7.0 11:28 100.0

L Kaspars Daugavins 65 5 6 11 -2 12 0 0 1 77 6.5 11:19 38.3

C Jesse Winchester 32 2 6 8 +2 22 0 1 0 52 3.8 10:38 53.6

C Jim O'Brien 28 3 3 6 +6 4 0 0 1 37 8.1 11:45 47.3

C Zenon Konopka 55 3 2 5 -4 193 1 0 1 34 8.8 7:50 58.9

C Stephane Da Costa 22 3 2 5 -9 8 0 0 0 31 9.7 12:09 36.7

C Peter Regin 10 2 2 4 +3 2 0 0 0 15 13.3 14:05 49.2

D Matt Carkner 29 1 2 3 0 33 0 0 0 17 5.9 11:54 0.0

L Rob Klinkhammer 15 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 26 0.0 11:26 66.7

C Mika Zibanejad 9 0 1 1 -3 2 0 0 0 12 0.0 12:54 44.0

L Nikita Filatov 9 0 1 1 +1 4 0 0 0 6 0.0 9:49 0.0

D Mark Borowiecki 2 0 0 0 -1 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 12:29 0.0

C Mike Hoffman 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 9:01 0.0

R Andre Petersson 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 5:02 0.0

# GOALTENDER GP W L OT SA GA GAA SV SV% SO G A TOI

41 Craig Anderson 63 33 22 6 1,917 165 2.84 1,752 .914 3 0 4 3,492:18

40 Robin Lehner 5 3 2 0 154 10 2.01 144 .935 1 0 0 299:07

30 Ben Bishop 10 3 3 2 243 22 2.48 221 .909 0 0 0 531:39

35 Alex Auld 14 2 4 2 310 36 3.35 274 .884 0 0 0 645:02

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

REGULAR SEASON TRANSACTONS

From Oct. 7 (start of NHL season) to April 10 (day after the completion of regular season)

Date Player Transaction

Oct. 13 Filatov Assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Oct. 24 Daugavins Recalled on an emergency basis from Binghamton (AHL)

Oct. 29 Lehner Recalled on an emergency basis from Binghamton (AHL)

Oct. 30 Filatov Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Oct. 30 Daugavins Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Nov. 4 Daugavins Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Nov. 4 Lehner Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Nov. 7 Filatov Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Nov. 27 Filatov Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Nov. 27 Da Costa Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Dec. 1 Carkner Assigned to Binghamton (AHL) on conditioning assignment

Dec. 2 Klinkhammer Acquired from Chicago in exchange for a conditional seventh round draft pick in 2012

Dec. 8 Carkner Returned from conditioning assignment with Binghamton (AHL)

Dec. 13 Filatov Loaned to CSKA of the Kontinental Hockey League

Dec. 17 Turris Acquired from Phoenix for David Rundblad and a second round draft pick in 2012

Dec. 23 Hoffman Recalled on an emergency basis from Binghamton (AHL)

Dec. 24 Hoffman Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Dec. 29 Puempel Signed to a three-year entry level contract

Dec. 29 Noesen Signed to a three-year entry level contract

Jan. 17 Borowiecki Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Jan. 17 Petersson Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Jan. 20 Da Costa Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Jan. 22 Da Costa Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Jan. 25 Borowiecki Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Jan. 25 Petersson Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

Feb. 3 O’Brien Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

Feb. 24 Lehner Recalled on an emergency basis from Binghamton (AHL)

Feb. 26 Bishop Acquired from St. Louis for second-round draft pick in 2013

Feb. 27 Gilroy Acquired from Tampa Bay for Brian Lee

March 3 Klinkhammer Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

March 5 Bishop Recalled from Binghamton (AHL)

March 5 Lehner Re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL)

March 14 Schneider Signed to a two-year entry level contract

March 28 Wideman Signed to a two-year entry level contract

April 6 Blood Signed to a two-year entry level contract

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OPENING AND CLOSING ROSTERS

Oct. 7, 2011 at Detroit, 5-3 loss

April 7 at New Jersey, 4-2 loss

No. Players Pos. No. Players Pos.

35 Auld, Alex G 35 #Auld, Alex G

41 Anderson, Craig G 41 Anderson, Craig G

2 Cowen, Jared D 30 Bishop, Ben G

4 Phillips, Chris D 2 Cowen, Jared D

5 Lee, Brian D 4 Phillips, Chris D

7 #Rundblad, David D 7 Turris, Kyle C

9 Michalek, Milan RW 9 Michalek, Milan LW

11 Alfredsson, Daniel RW 11 Alfredsson, Daniel RW

13 #Regin, Peter C 13 #Regin, Peter C

14 Greening, Colin LW 14 Greening, Colin LW

15 Smith, Zack C 15 Smith, Zack C

16 Butler, Bobby RW 16 #Butler, Bobby RW

17 Kuba, Filip D 17 Kuba, Filip D

18 #Winchester, Jesse C 18 Winchester, Jesse C

19 Spezza, Jason C 19 Spezza, Jason C

21 Filatov, Nikita RW 22 Condra, Erik RW

22 Condra, Erik RW 23 Daugavins, Kaspars LW

24 Da Costa, Stephane C 25 #Neil, Chris RW

25 Neil, Chris RW 28 #Konopka, Zenon C

28 #Konopka, Zenon C 36 Klinkhammer, Rob LW

39 #Carkner, Matt D 39 #Carkner, Matt D

55 Gonchar, Sergei D 42 O’Brien, Jim C

65 Karlsson, Erik D 55 Gonchar, Sergei D

71 Foligno, Nick LW 65 Karlsson, Erik D

93 Zibanejad, Mika C 71 Foligno, Nick LW

97 Gilroy, Matt D

# Denotes injured players or not playing

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INJURY SUMMARY

2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

Player Injury Date of injury Games missed Notes

Daniel Alfredsson Hip

Concussion

Flu

Oct. 22

Oct. 29

April 5

1

5

1*

Returned Oct. 27 vs Florida

Returned Nov. 11 @ Buffalo

Returned April 3 vs Carolina

Craig Anderson Right hand Feb. 22 12 Returned March 23 @ Montreal

Alex Auld Lower body Oct. 27 3 Was eligible to return on Nov. 4 vs Montreal

Ben Bishop Lower body March 24 4 Returned April 5 vs Boston

Bobby Butler Groin Oct. 13 6 Was eligible to return on Oct. 29 @ N.Y.

Rangers

Matt Carkner Right knee Sept. 2011 25 Returned Dec. 10 vs Vancouver

Sergei Gonchar

Ankle bruise

Upper body

Head

Lower body

Oct. 15

Dec. 8

Dec. 30

April 3

1

4

2

1

Returned Oct. 20 vs Winnipeg

Returned Dec. 20 vs Buffalo

Returned Jan. 5 vs Tampa Bay

Returned April 5 vs Boston

Erik Karlsson Upper body Jan. 10 1 Returned Jan. 12 @ N.Y. Rangers

Filip Kuba Upper body Nov. 29 9 Dec. 20 vs Buffalo

Brian Lee Back Jan. 12 11 Returned Feb. 9 vs Nashville

Milan Michalek Concussion Dec. 13 5 Returned Dec. 27 vs Montreal

Chris Neil

Right ankle

Lower body

Nov. 9

April 6

9

1

Returned Dec. 3 @ Washington

Missed the final game of the regular season

Jim O’Brien Upper body March 6 1 Returned March 8 vs N.Y. Rangers

Chris Phillips Upper body

Concussion

Dec. 23

Jan. 2

1

1

Returned Dec. 30 vs Calgary

Returned Jan. 7 @ Philadelphia

Jason Spezza Flu March 20 1* Returned March 23 @ Montreal

Peter Regin Left shoulder Sept. 27

Oct. 20

Dec. 20

2

22

48

Returned Oct.11 vs Minnesota

Returned Dec. 10 vs Vancouver

Missed final 48 games of the season

Jesse Winchester Right shoulder

Sept. 18

6 Returned Oct. 20 vs Winnipeg

Concussion

Dec. 20

44 Returned April 1 @ N.Y. Islanders

Total games lost : 224 '*' not included in games lost

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REGULAR SEASON RECORD ANALYSIS

Team Records

Ottawa Senators

Overall record 41 - 31 - 10

Home record 20 - 17 - 4

Road record 21 - 14 - 6

Last 5 games 2 - 3 - 0

Last 10 games 4 - 6 - 0

1-goal games 18 - 11 - 10

2-goal games 6 - 10

3-goal games 17 - 10

Scoring first 25 - 10 - 5

Opponent scoring first 16 - 21 - 5

Leading after 1 period 16 - 3 - 4

Trailing after 1 period 12 - 18 - 2

Tied after 1 period 13 - 10 - 4

Leading after 2 periods 23 - 2 - 2

Trailing after 2 periods 7 - 27 - 1

Tied after 2 periods 11 - 2 - 7

Overtime record - this season 11 - 10

Overtime record - franchise 72 - 101 - 115

Shootout record - this season 6 - 4

Shootout record - franchise 24 - 37

Outshooting opponent 17 - 16 - 3

Outshot by opponent 24 - 14 - 7

Even shots 0 - 1 - 0

vs Northeast 9 - 12 - 3

vs Atlantic 12 - 5 - 3

vs Southeast 13 - 5 - 2

vs EASTERN CONFERENCE 34 - 22 - 8

vs Central 2 - 3 - 0

vs Pacific 1 - 4 - 0

vs Northwest 4 - 2 - 2

vs WESTERN CONFERENCE 7 - 9 - 2

Month-by-month record: W-L-OT Points

October 7-5-0 14

November 5-5-2 12

December 7-5-3 17

January 8-5-1 17

February 7-3-2 16

March 6-5-2 14

April 1-3-0 2

Goals by period 1 2 3 OT T Avg

Ottawa Senators 61 75 102 5 243 (3.0 avg.)

Opponents 74 77 79 6 236 (2.9 avg.)

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Shots by period 1 2 3 OT T Avg

Ottawa Senators 809 861 863 41 2574 (31.4 avg.)

Opponents 875 889 809 54 2627 (32.0 avg.)

Power play G Att Pct

Overall 49 270 18.1 (11th NHL)

Home 24 138 17.4 (15th NHL)

Road 25 132 18.9 (12th NHL)

7 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-19th NHL)

Penalty killing G Att Pct

Overall 57 310 81.6 (T-20th NHL)

Home 32 142 77.5 (29th NHL)

Road 25 168 85.1 (9th NHL)

9 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-5th NHL)

Penalties GP Pen Avg

82 1,145 14.0 (29th NHL)

Points Spezza (84), Karlsson (78), Michalek (60)

Goals Michalek (35), Spezza (34), Alfredsson (27)

Assists Karlsson (59), Spezza (50), Gonchar (32)

PP goals Spezza (10), Michalek (10), Alfredsson (7)

SH goals Alfredsson (3), Condra (2), Smith (2)

GW goals Karlsson (5), Alfredsson (4), Butler (4)

3+ goals Michalek (1), Spezza (1)

PIM Konopka (193), Neil (178), Foligno (124)

Shots Karlsson (261), Spezza (232), Michalek (212)

For Against

5 on 5 166 158

5 on 4 43 7

5 on 3 4 0

4 on 4 6 10

4 on 3 2 0

3 on 3 0 0

3 on 4 1 1

3 on 5 0 4

4 on 5 7 52

Empty net 14 3

Penalty shot 0 1

Totals 243 236

Special Teams Scoring

Player G A P

Karlsson 3 25 28

Spezza 10 14 24

Michalek 10 5 15

Alfredsson 7 7 14

Gonchar 2 12 14

Kuba 3 8 11

Greening 4 4 8

Neil 2 4 6

Turris 1 4 5

Phillips 4 0 4

Foligno 1 3 4

Konopka 1 0 1

Smith 1 0 1

Daugavins 0 1 1

Cowen 0 1 1

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Shorthanded

Player G A P

Alfredsson 3 1 4

Condra 2 2 4

Smith 2 1 3

Michalek 1 1 2

Kuba 0 2 2

Phillips 0 2 2

Winchester 1 0 1

Gonchar 0 1 1

Daugavins 0 1 1

Cowen 0 1 1

SHOOTOUT SUMMARY

Senators shootout record – 2011-12

Overall Home Road

GP W L GP W L GP W L

10 6 4 3 1 2 7 5 2

Senators team goals scored/shots taken

Overall Home Road

G S S% G S S% G S S%

16 33 48 6 12 50 10 21 48

Senators team goals against/shots against

Overall Home Road

GA SA Sv% GA SA Sv% GA SA Sv%

13 35 63 6 11 46 7 24 71

Shootout goalie statistics

Goalie Record Goals/Shots Save %

Auld 0 - 1 3/4 .250

Anderson 6 - 1 7/25 .720

Bishop 0 - 2 3/6 .500

Shootout player statistics

Player Goals/Shots Goal % Game-deciding goals

Alfredsson 5 / 6 83.3 1

Spezza 6 / 10 60.0 3

Butler 1 / 2 50.0 1

Michalek 4 / 10 40.0 1

Foligno 0 / 1 0.0 0

Daugavins 0 / 1 0.0 0

Condra 0 / 1 0.0 0

Karlsson 0 / 1 0.0 0

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2011-12 MOLSON CUP GAME STAR AWARD

Season

Monthly winners

PLAYER 1st 2nd 3rd Total

Anderson 11 9 6 57 October Milan Michalek

Alfredsson 8 5 8 42 November Zack Smith

Spezza 3 6 7 28 December Craig Anderson

Michalek 4 4 6 26 January Craig Anderson

Karlsson 2 5 4 20 February Craig Anderson

Neil - 5 5 15 March Daniel Alfredsson

Smith 2 4 - 14 Season Craig Anderson

Greening 1 2 1 8

Turris 1 2 1 8

Lehner 2 1 - 8

Bishop 1 2 1 8

Foligno - 2 2 6

Condra 2 - - 6

Kuba 1 1 1 6

Butler 1 - 2 5

Cowen 2 1 5

Phillips 1 - 2 5

Gonchar - 1 1 3

Auld - - 1 1

Winchester - - 1 1

Klinkhammer - - 1 1

Gilroy - - 1 1

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2011-12 HIGHS AND LOWS

Goals 2011-12 season Senators all-time

Most in a game 8 3/24/12 vs PIT (8-4 W) 11 11/13/01 @ WSH (11-5 W)

Most allowed in a game 7 2x, last: 10/18/11 vs PHI (7-2 L) 12 10/30/92 @ BUF (12-3 L)

Most in a period 5 2x, last: 12/16/11 vs PIT (6-4 W), 2nd 6 3/21/00 vs ATL (7-1 W), 1st

Most allowed in a period 4 4x, last: 12/7/11 vs WSH (5-3 L), 3rd 7 12/17/93 @ WSH (11-2 L), 2nd

Fewest in a game 0 3x, last: 3/20/12 vs NJ (1-0 L) 0 93x, last: 3/20/12 vs NJ (1-0 L)

Fewest allowed in a game 0 4x, last: 2/28/12 @ BOS (1-0 W) 0 97x, last: 1/12/12 @ NYR (3-0 W)

Shots

Most in a game 49 2x, last: 2/4/12 vs TOR (5-0 L) 53 3/22/98 vs ANA (5-2 L)

Most allowed in a game 48 3/26/12 @ WPG (6-4 W) 51 2x, last: 11/9/95 @ BOS (4-3 L)

Most in a period 22 12/14/11 vs BOS (5-2 L), 3rd 26 10/22/08 vs FLA (3-1 L)

Most allowed in a period 19 12/01/11 @ DAL (3-2 L), 3rd 25 1/12/93 vs LA. (3-2 L), 2nd

Fewest in a game 16 2x, last: 11/17/11 @ EDM (5-2 W) 10 1/5/02 @ TOR (3-1 L)

Fewest in a period 3 4x, last: 3/8/12 vs NYR (4-1 W) 1 9x, last: 1/30/08 @ CBJ (1-0 L), 2nd

Fewest allowed in a game 14 3/16/12 vs MTL (2-1 W) 11 2x, last: 12/26/03 vs PIT (3-3)

Fewest allowed in a period 2 10/11/11 vs MIN (4-3 SOW), 2nd 0 3x, last: 1/18/07 vs VAN (2-1 L)

Penalties by Ottawa

Most in a game 19 3/23/12 @ MTL (5-1 L) 32 3/5/04 @ PHI (5-3 L)

Most in a period 8 2x, last: 3/23/12 @ MTL (5-1 L) 30 11/17/10 @ CAR (7-1 L), 1st

Fewest in a game 1 2/26/12 vs NYI (5-2 W) 0 9x, last: 1/7/11 @ CHI (3-2 SOL)

Most minutes in a game 92 3/23/12 @ MTL (5-1 L) 206 3/5/04 @ PHI (5-3 L)

Most minutes in a period 38 3/23/12 @ MTL (5-1 L),1st and 3rd 200 3/5/04 @ PHI (5-3 L), 3rd

Fewest minutes in a game 2 2/26/12 vs NYI (5-2 W) 0 8x, last: 12/13/10 vs ATL (4-3 OTL)

Special teams

Most PP attempts in a game 9 3/16/12 vs MTL (2-1 OTW) 14 1/31/04 @ TOR (5-1 L)

Most PP attempts allowed in a game 9 2x, last: 1/7/12 @ PHI (3-2 L) 14 2x, last: 1/8/03 @ VAN (6-4 L)

Most PP goals in a game 2 12x, last: 4/1/12 @ NYI (5-1 W) 6 12/17/05 vs TOR (8-2 W)

Most PP goals allowed in a game 3 10/18/11 vs PHI (7-2 L) 5 5x, last: 12/10/06 @ CBJ (6-2 L)

Most SH goals in a game 1 9x, last: 3/24/12 vs PIT (8-4 W) 3 4x, last: 1/13/11 @ NYI (6-4 W)

Most SH goals allowed in a game 2 12/8/11 @ NJ (6-5 SOL) 3 3/2/00 @ NYI (5-5)

Results

Largest margin of victory 6 2/20/12 @ NYI (6-0 W) 8 2x, last: 10/29/05 @ TOR (8-0 W)

Largest margin of defeat 6 11/13/11 vs COL (7-1 L) 10 2x, last: 2/26/94 vs STL (11-1 L)

Longest winning streak (overall) 6 10/20/11 to 10/30/11 11 1/14/10 to 2/4/10

Longest losing streak (overall) 7 1/21/12 to 2/7/12 14 3/2/93 to 4/7/93

Longest winning streak (home) 4 2x, last: 12/30/11 to 1/8/12 9 3/5/09 to 4/7/09

Longest losing streak (home) 3 2x, last: 2/3/12 to 2/7/12 11 10/27/93 to 12/8/93

Longest winning streak (road) 5 1/10/12 to 1/19/12 6 2x, 1/14/10 to 2/3/10 and 3/18/03 to 4/5/03

Longest losing streak (road) 4 2x, last: 1/21/12 to 1/31/21 38 10/10/92 to 4/3/93

INDIVIDUAL – Game

Most goals in a game 3 Michalek, 3/6/12 @ TB (7-3 W) 4 5x, last: Kovalev, 1/3/10 vs PHI (7-4 W)

Most assists in a game 3 8x, last: Karlsson, 3/26/12 @ WPG (6-4 W) 5 Hossa, 1/4/01 vs TB., ( 8-3 W)

Most points in a game 4 6x, last : Turris, 4/1/12 @ NYI (5-1 W) 7 Alfredsson, 1/24/08 at T.B. (8-4 W), (3-4)

Most shots in a game 9 Greening, 12/13/11 @ BUF (3-2 SOW) 12 York, 1/30/99 vs NYI, (9-2 w)

Most power play goals in a game 1 46x, last: Gonchar/Turris, 4/1/12 @ NYI (5-1 W) 2 41x, last: Alfredsson, 10/22/10 @ BUF (4-2 W)

Most shorthanded goals in a game 1 9x, last: Alfredsson, 3/24/12 vs PIT (8-4 W) 2 2x, last; Michalek, 10/15/09 vs TB (7-1 W)

Most penalty minutes in a game 33 Neil, 3/23/12 @ MTL (5-1 L) 35 Spezza, 3/5/04 @ PHI (5-3 L)

Most saves by a goalie in a game 44 Anderson, 3/26/12 @ WPG (6-4 W) 47 4x, last: Anderson, 2/19/11 @ TOR (1- SOW)

INDIVIDUAL – Period

Most goals in a period 3 Michalek, 3/6/12 @ TB, (7-3 W), 3rd 3 9x, last: Michalek, 3/6/12 @ TB (7-3 W), 3rd

Most assists in a period 3 2x, last: Karlsson, 12/16/11 vs PIT, (6-4 W), 2nd 4 Spezza, 10/26/06 vs TOR, (7-2 W), 2nd

Most points in a period 3 5x, last: Alfredsson, 3/24/12 vs PIT, (8-4 W), 2nd 4 3x, last: Heatley, 1/3/07 vs BUF, (6-3 W), 2nd

Most saves by a goalie in a period 21 Anderson, 1/17/12 @ TOR (3-2 W), 2nd 24 Sidorkiewicz, 3/4/93 @ LA, (8-6 L), 3rd

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THE LAST TIME THE SENATORS …

Senators recorded a shutout Home: 3/25/11 2-0 W vs WSH Anderson: 31 saves

Away: 2/20/12 6-0 W @ NYI Anderson: 28 saves

Senators were shutout Home: 3/20/12 1-0 L vs NJ Hedberg: 34 saves

Away: 2/19/11 1-0 SOW @ TOR Reimer: 22 saves

Senators won in overtime Home: 1/2/12 3-2 vs NJ Alfredsson (4:00)

(excluding shootouts) Away: 12/13/11 3-2 @ BUF Cowen (0:45)

Senators lost in overtime Home: 2/11/12 4-3 vs EDM Hall (0:17)

(excluding shootouts) Away: 1/7/12 3-2 @ PHI Briere (4:54)

Senators won a shootout Home: 10/11/11 4-3 vs MIN Spezza

Away: 3/31/12 4-3 @ PHI Spezza

Senators lost a shootout Home: 3/10/12 4-3 vs BUF Ennis

Away: 3/10/12 3-2 @ MTL Desharnais

Senators took a 4-goal or more lead Home: 3/24/12 8-4 W vs PIT 8-4 lead

Away: 4/1/12 5-1 W @ NYI 5-1 lead

Opponent took a 4-goal or more lead Home: 2/4/12 5-0 L vs TOR 5-0 lead

Away: 3/23/12 5-1 L @ MTL 4-0 lead

Senators scored a shorthanded goal Home: 3/24/12 8-4 W vs PIT Alfredsson (16:07, 2nd)

Away: 3/6/12 7-3 W @ TB Michalek (19:58, 3rd)

Opponent scored a shorthanded goal Home: 3/16/12 2-1 W vs MTL Plekanec (8:18, 1st)

Away: 1/14/12 3-2 SOW @ MTL Plekanec (0:42, 3rd)

Senators player had a hat trick Home: 1/3/10 7-4 W vs PHI Kovalev (4-1)

Away: 3/6/12 7-3 W @ TB Michalek (3-1)

Opposing player had a hat trick Home: 2/2/11 7-5 L vs DET Franzen (5-0)

Away: 3/23/12 5-1 L @ MTL Cole (3-0)

Senators player had a 5-point game Home: 1/3/10 7-4 W vs PHI Kovalev (4-1)

Away: 1/24/08 8-4 W @ TB Alfredsson (3-4)

Opposing player had a 5-point game Home: 2/2/11 7-5 L vs DET Franzen (5-0)

Away: 3/16/04 5-2 L @ MIN Gaborik (3-2)

Senators player had a penalty shot Home: 3/20/12 1-0 L vs NJ Condra (missed vs Hedberg)

Away: 2/14/12 4-0 W @ TB Turris (missed vs Garon)

Opposing player had a penalty shot Home: 3/2/12 2-1 L vs CHI Sharp (missed vs Lehner)

Away: 3/26/12 6-4 W @ WPG Wellwood (missed vs Anderson)

Senators scored an empty net goal Home: 3/8/12 4-1 W vs NYR Spezza (18:33, 3rd)

Away: 3/26/12 6-4 W @ WPG Michalek (19:26, 3rd)

Opponent scored an empty net goal Home: 2/25/12 5-3 L vs BOS Bergeron (19:41, 3rd)

Away: 4/7/12 4-2 L @ NJ Kovalchuk (19:17, 3rd)

Senators scored with an extra attacker Home: 10/27/11 4-3 W vs FLA Alfredsson (5:27, 2nd)

Away: 12/8/11 6-5 SOL @ NJ Winchester (19:55, 3rd)

Opponent scored with an extra attacker Home: 12/22/11 4-3 OTW vs FLA Kopecky (18:48, 3rd)

Away: 11/2/10 3-2 W @ TOR MacArthur (19:09, 3rd)

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SENATORS ALL-TIME LEADERS

Games played Goals Assists Points

*Daniel Alfredsson 1,131 *Daniel Alfredsson 416 *Daniel Alfredsson 666 *Daniel Alfredsson 1,082

*Chris Phillips 1,025 *Jason Spezza 226 *Jason Spezza 390 *Jason Spezza 616

Wade Redden 838 Alexei Yashin 218 Wade Redden 309 Alexei Yashin 491

*Chris Neil 731 Marian Hossa 188 Alexei Yashin 273 Wade Redden 410

Radek Bonk 689 Dany Heatley 180 Radek Bonk 247 Radek Bonk 399

Mike Fisher 675 Mike Fisher 167 Marian Hossa 202 Marian Hossa 390

*Jason Spezza 606 Radek Bonk 152 *Chris Phillips 191 Dany Heatley 362

Alexei Yashin 504 Shawn McEachern 142 Dany Heatley 182 Mike Fisher 348

Marian Hossa 467 Martin Havlat 105 Mike Fisher 181 Shawn McEachern 304

Shaun Van Allen 465 Wade Redden 101 Shawn McEachern 162 *Chris Phillips 256

Penalty minutes Goaltenders GP Wins Shutouts

*Chris Neil 1,861 Patrick Lalime 283 Patrick Lalime 146 Patrick Lalime 30

*Chris Phillips 671 Damian Rhodes 181 Ron Tugnutt 72 Ron Tugnutt 13

Dennis Vial 625 Ron Tugnutt 166 Ray Emery 71 Damian Rhodes 11

Wade Redden 576 Ray Emery 134 Damian Rhodes 65 Brian Elliott 9

Zdeno Chara 554 Brian Elliott 130 Brian Elliott 59 Ray Emery 8

Mike Fisher 554 Martin Gerber 100 Martin Gerber 49 *Craig Anderson 5

*Daniel Alfredsson 467 *Craig Anderson 81 *Craig Anderson 44 Dominik Hasek 5

Denis Lambert 467 Craig Billington 72 Dominik Hasek 28 Jani Hurme 5

Andre Roy 462 Don Beaupre 71 Martin Prusek 28 Martin Gerber 4

Radek Bonk 401 Peter Sidorkiewicz 64 Jani Hurme 25 Martin Prusek 3

*Active players with Ottawa

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PLAYERS ALL-TIME STATISTICS WITH THE SENATORS

Player GP G A PTS PIM

Daniel Alfredsson 1,131 416 666 1,082 467

Craig Anderson 81 0 4 4 4

Alex Auld 57 0 0 0 2

Ben Bishop 10 0 0 0 2

Mark Borowiecki 2 0 0 0 2

Bobby Butler 94 16 21 37 22

Matt Carkner 162 4 18 22 361

Erik Condra 107 14 22 36 42

Jared Cowen 83 5 12 17 58

Stephane Da Costa 26 3 2 5 8

Kaspars Daugavins 66 5 6 11 12

Nikita Filatov 9 0 1 1 4

Nick Foligno 351 61 87 148 299

Matt Gilroy 14 1 2 3 2

Sergei Gonchar 141 12 52 64 75

Colin Greening 106 23 27 50 56

Mike Hoffman 1 0 0 0 0

Erik Karlsson 216 37 112 149 116

Rob Klinkhammer 15 0 2 2 2

Zenon Konopka 55 3 2 5 193

Filip Kuba 261 14 102 116 98

Robin Lehner 13 0 0 0 2

Milan Michalek 209 75 52 127 99

Chris Neil 731 90 110 200 1,861

Jim O’Brien 34 3 3 6 6

Andre Petersson 1 0 0 0 0

Chris Phillips 1,025 65 191 256 671

Peter Regin 151 19 33 52 36

Zack Smith 152 20 18 38 232

Jason Spezza 606 226 390 616 386

Kyle Turris 49 12 17 29 27

Jesse Winchester 233 11 41 52 121

Mika Zibanejad 9 0 1 1 2

Goaltender GP MIN W L OTL GAA GA SO

Craig Anderson 81 4,547 44 27 7 2.65 201 5

Alex Auld 57 3,094 18 22 9 2.66 137 1

Ben Bishop 10 532 3 3 2 2.48 22 0

Robin Lehner 13 640 4 6 0 2.81 30 1

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SENATORS PRE-SEASON GAME-BY-GAME (3-3-1)

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 9/19 at Toronto L 0-1-0 2-4 2, 2 42 0-4 4-6 26-30 30-40

2 9/21 vs Boston W* 1-1-0 2-1 5, 93 93 0-4 4-4 36-26 35-40

3 9/23 vs Montreal L** 1-1-1 3-4 15, 15s, 9 72 0-3 2-4 29-33 35-41

4 9/24 at Montreal W 2-1-1 3-2 9, 25, 25 25 0-2 3-3 28-24 40-31

5 9/26 vs Winnipeg (%) L 2-2-1 1-3 93p 20 1-2 2-3 25-33 31-35

6 9/27 vs Toronto L 2-3-1 3-5 93p, 15, 71 47 1-4 3-4 35-31 34-40

7 9/29 at Boston W 3-3-1 2-1 11, 7p 7 1-5 5-6 20-40 41-30

*- overtime

**- shootout

%- at St. John’s, Nfld.

PRESEASON STATISTICS

No. PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW S PCTG

15 Smith, Zack 6 3 1 4 3 14 0 1 0 9 33.3

25 Neil, Chris 5 2 2 4 2 7 0 0 1 14 14.3

93 *Zibanejad, Mika 6 3 0 3 1- 4 2 0 1 14 21.4

9 Michalek, Milan 4 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 8 25.0

2 *Cowen, Jared 6 2 1 3 3 23 0 0 0 7 28.6

71 Foligno, Nick 3 1 2 3 3 2 0 0 0 5 20.0

7 *Rundblad, David 6 1 2 3 3- 4 1 0 1 10 10.0

13 Regin, Peter 4 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 5 0.0

21 Filatov, Nikita 6 0 3 3 0 6 0 0 0 15 0.0

11 Alfredsson, Daniel 3 1 1 2 1- 0 0 0 0 5 20.0

5 Lee, Brian 4 1 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 9 11.1

24 *Da Costa, Stephane 3 0 2 2 3 2 0 0 0 8 0.0

19 Spezza, Jason 3 0 2 2 3- 4 0 0 0 6 0.0

22 Condra, Erik 5 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 7 0.0

23 *Daugavins, Kaspars 3 0 1 1 1- 0 0 0 0 3 0.0

17 Kuba, Filip 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 0.0

65 Karlsson, Erik 4 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 11 0.0

55 Gonchar, Sergei 4 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 8 0.0

14 *Greening, Colin 5 0 1 1 2- 4 0 0 0 6 0.0

62 *Gryba, Eric 1 0 0 0 1- 5 0 0 0 0 ---

38 Conboy, Tim 1 0 0 0 1- 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

60 *Stone, Mark 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 ---

44 *Pageau, Jean-Gabriel 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 ---

42 *O'Brien, Jim 1 0 0 0 1- 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

59 *Dziurzynski, Dave 1 0 0 0 1- 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

20 *Petersson, Andre 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

54 *Cowick, Corey 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

49 Lessard, Francis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---

10 *Prince, Shane 1 0 0 0 1- 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

28 Konopka, Zenon 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0.0

39 Carkner, Matt 2 0 0 0 1- 4 0 0 0 3 0.0

37 Locke, Corey 2 0 0 0 1- 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

46 *Wiercioch, Patrick 3 0 0 0 2- 0 0 0 0 3 0.0

27 Parrish, Mark 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.0

4 Phillips, Chris 3 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 4 0.0

57 *Grant, Derek 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

68 *Hoffman, Mike 4 0 0 0 1- 2 0 0 0 7 0.0

74 *Borowiecki, Mark 5 0 0 0 2- 0 0 0 0 4 0.0

16 Butler, Bobby 6 0 0 0 4- 0 0 0 0 13 0.0

TEAM TOTALS 7 16 28 44 1 107 3 1 3 202 7.9

OPPONENT TOTALS 7 19 34 53 1- 101 7 1 3 220 8.6

No. GOALTENDER GP MINS AVG W L OT EN SO GA SA SV%

35 Auld, Alex 3 102 1.76 1 1 0 0 0 3 58 94.8

41 Anderson, Craig 3 154 1.95 1 0 1 0 0 5 84 94.0

29 McKenna, Mike 1 19 3.16 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 87.5

40 *Lehner, Robin 3 151 3.97 1 2 0 0 0 10 70 85.7

TEAM TOTALS 7 428 2.66 3 3 1 0 0 19 220 91.4

*- rookie

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ALL-TIME PRE-SEASON RECORD - 1992-93 TO 2011-12

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS

1992-93 9 1 7 1 - 21 33 3

1993-94 9 2 6 1 - 22 33 5

1994-95 9 3 6 0 - 33 40 6

1995-96 8 4 3 1 - 19 19 9

1996-97 8 5 3 0 - 25 15 10

1997-98 8 3 3 2 - 23 22 8

1998-99 8 5 3 0 - 27 17 10

1999-00 7 5 1 1 0 24 18 11

2000-01 9 3 3 1 2 25 26 9

2001-02 8 4 3 1 0 23 19 9

2002-03 7 2 5 0 0 22 31 4

2003-04 9 7 1 1 0 26 18 15

2004-05 - - - - - - - -

2005-06 8 7 1 - 0 36 17 14

2006-07 9 5 4 - 0 34 32 10

2007-08 7 7 0 - 0 26 15 14

2008-09* 6 4 2 - 0 14 12 8

2009-10 6 2 4 - 0 13 11 4

2010-11 8 3 4 - 1 30 26 7

2011-12 7 3 3 - 1 16 20 7

Totals 150 75 62 9 4 459 424 163

* Includes exhibition game played on Oct. 2, 2008 at Frolunda (Sweden), a Senators 4-1 victory.

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BINGHAMTON SENATORS REGULAR SEASON GAME-BY-GAME

# Date Opponent Result Record Standings GW Goal Goaltenders SF SA PP PK Attendance

1 10/7/11 HERSHEY 2-3 L 0-1-0-0 3 Wellar Lehner (L) – Holtby (W) 29 37 1/6 3/3 4,184

2 10/8/11 TORONTO 2-3 L 0-2-0-0 4 Boyce McKenna (L) – Scrivens (W) 25 38 0/4 5/7 3,155

3 10/14/11 SYRACUSE 4-5 OTL 0-2-1-0 5 Palmieri (OT) McKenna (L) – Deslauriers (W) 28 35 1/3 1/2 3,080

4 10/15/11 @ Wilkes-Barre 5-4 W 1-2-1-0 5 Parrish (OT) Lehner (W) – Thiessen (L) 24 29 0/2 3/4 4,732

5 10/16/11 @ Albany 4-2 W 2-2-1-0 3 Cannone Lehner (W) – Kinkaid (L) 23 31 0/2 2/2 1,345

6 10/21/11 @ Norfolk 0-7 L 2-3-1-0 5 Smith Lehner (L)/McKenna – Tokarski (W) 14 53 0/2 1/4 3,545

7 10/22/11 @ Norfolk 3-2 W 3-3-1-0 5 Hoffman (SO) Lehner (W) – Janus (SOL) 39 39 1/3 4/5 3,812

8 10/28/11 ALBANY 4-2 W 4-3-1-0 5 Hoffman Lehner (W) – Frazee (L) 37 44 1/4 4/5 2,660

9 10/29/11 ROCHESTER 3-1 W 5-3-1-0 4 O’Brien McKenna (W) – MacIntyre (L) 30 34 1/5 4/4 2,875

10 10/30/11 @ Hershey 2-3 L 5-4-1-0 4 Micflickier McKenna (L) – Holtby (W) 21 32 0/3 4/6 10,319

11 11/2/11 @ Albany 2-3 L 5-5-1-0 4 Gionta McKenna (L) – Kinkaid (W) 33 30 1/5 2/3 1,469

12 11/4/11 ROCHESTER 2-3 L 5-6-1-0 4 Foligno Lehner (L) – Leggio (W) 31 35 1/3 4/4 4,710*

13 11/5/11 WILKES-BARRE 1-2 SOL 5-6-1-1 5 Lerg (SO) Lehner (SOL) – Thiessen (W) 29 32 1/5 4/4 3,059

14 11/9/11 @ Hershey 0-3 L 5-7-1-1 5 Mink Lehner (L)/McKenna – Holtby (W) 15 35 0/3 0/1 10,674

15 11/11/11 @ Rochester 1-3 L 5-8-1-1 5 Kassian Lehner (L) – MacIntyre (W) 36 25 1/7 6/6 6,426

16 11/13/11 HAMILTON (1) 2-5 L 5-9-1-1 5 St. Denis Lehner (L) – Mayer (W) 18 33 1/4 3/5 8,427

17 11/15/11 @ Wilkes-Barre 0-3 L 5-10-1-1 5 Petersen McKenna (L) – Munroe (W) 25 32 0/7 5/5 4,079

18 11/18/11 @ Hamilton (2) 4-2 W 6-10-1-1 5 Filatov McKenna (W) – Lawson (L) 34 31 2/3 5/6 8,472

19 11/24/11 ADIRONDACK 5-2 W 7-10-1-1 5 Petersson McKenna (W) – Bacashihua (L)/Backlund 40 39 1/4 1/2 3,092

20 11/25/11 @ Syracuse 1-4 L 7-11-1-1 5 Bonino Lehner (L) – Tarkki (W) 26 42 0/3 3/4 5,579

21 11/26/11 WILKES-BARRE 2-3 L 7-12-1-1 5 DeFazio Lehner (L) – Munroe (W) 30 27 1/4 2/3 4,037

22 12/2/11 MANCHESTER 4-1 W 8-12-1-1 5 Hoffman Lehner (W) – Zatkoff (L) 26 28 2/4 0/3 2,915

23 12/3/11 @ Worcester 1-2 L 8-13-1-1 5 Del Monte McKenna (L) – Sexsmith (W) 22 35 0/1 3/4 5,206

24 12/4/11 @ Connecticut 4-3 W 9-13-1-1 5 Petersson Lehner (W) – Talbot (L) 34 26 1/4 0/1 2,669

25 12/7/11 WILKES-BARRE 0-1 L 9-14-1-1 5 Rust Lehner (L) – Munroe (W) 25 36 0/4 0/2 2,868

26 12/9/11 NORFOLK 1-5 L 9-15-1-1 5 Fornataro Lehner (L) – Tokarski (W) 22 39 0/3 1/3 2,907

27 12/10/11 NORFOLK 2-5 L 9-16-1-1 5 Johnson McKenna (L) – Janus (W) 17 42 2/5 4/5 3,047

28 12/13/11 @ Wilkes-Barre 2-4 L 9-17-1-1 5 Sill Lehner (L) – Thiessen (W) 24 24 2/6 2/3 4,774

29 12/16/11 ADIRONDACK 3-1 W 10-17-1-1 5 Klinkhammer McKenna (W) – Leighton (L) 30 34 0/2 1/1 2,499

30 12/17/11 WORCESTER 2-5 L 10-18-1-1 5 Wingels McKenna (L) – Sexsmith (W) 33 39 1/4 3/4 3,430

31 12/18/11 @ Adirondack 4-1 W 11-18-1-1 5 Cannone McKenna (W) – Leighton (L) 27 40 1/2 6/6 2,763

32 12/21/11 @ Albany 0-3 L 11-19-1-1 5 Sova McKenna (L) – Kinkaid (W) 36 44 0/3 2/2 1,995

33 12/26/11 ALBANY 8-3 W 12-19-1-1 5 Da Costa McKenna (W) – Kinkaid (L)/Pielmeier 32 39 2/6 3/4 4,029

34 12/28/11 @ Adirondack 5-2 W 13-19-1-1 5 Klinkhammer McKenna (W) – Leighton (L) 30 33 0/4 4/6 3,536

35 12/30/11 @ Syracuse 4-3 W 14-19-1-1 T-4 Borowiecki (OT) McKenna (W) – Tarkki (L) 30 35 1/7 5/5 5,779

36 12/31/11 SYRACUSE 2-6 L 14-20-1-1 5 Bell Lehner (L)/McKenna – Deslauriers (W) 39 35 0/5 2/4 4,695

37 1/4/12 @ Adirondack 4-3 W 15-20-1-1 T-4 Conboy McKenna (W) – Bacashihua (L) 23 38 0/1 5/6 2,316

38 1/6/12 CONNECTICUT 3-1 W 16-20-1-1 4 Cannone McKenna (W) – Johnson (L) 40 39 1/3 2/2 3,684

39 1/7/12 ROCHESTER 2-3 L 16-21-1-1 T-4 Varone McKenna (L) – Leggio (W) 44 28 0/6 2/3 3,318

40 1/13/12 SYRACUSE 2-5 L 16-22-1-1 5 Carle McKenna (L)/Lehner – Cousineau 37 33 1/3 5/6 3,156

41 1/14/12 HERSHEY 4-6 L 16-23-1-1 5 Hanson Lehner (L) – Sabourin/Holtby (W) 20 39 1/4 4/4 4,011

42 1/15/12 @ Bridgeport 2-3 L 16-24-1-1 5 Gentile McKenna (L) – Nilsson (W) 36 31 2/4 4/4 3,965

43 1/20/12 HERSHEY 4-3 W 17-24-1-1 5 O’Brien Lehner (W) – Holtby (L) 34 45 1/6 1/5 3,158

44 1/22/12 ADIRONDACK 4-3 W 18-24-1-1 5 O’Brien McKenna (W) – Bacashihua (L) 40 35 3/7 1/3 2,624

45 1/27/12 ALBANY 3-2 W 19-24-1-1 5 O’Brien McKenna (W) – Frazee (L) 24 40 2/3 2/3 2,896

46 1/28/12 WILKES-BARRE 7-4 W 20-24-1-1 5 Dziurzynski McKenna (W) – Thiessen (L)/Munroe 21 35 3/7 5/6 4,370

47 2/2/12 @ Manchester 2-3 OTL 20-24-2-1 5 Cliche (OT) McKenna (L) – Zatkoff (W) 32 29 1/7 2/3 5,117

48 2/4/12 @ Portland 2-5 L 20-25-2-1 5 Eckford Lehner (L) – Pogge (W) 33 37 1/8 3/4 6,026

49 2/11/12 @ St. John’s 3-4 L 20-26-2-1 5 King Lehner (L) – Pasquale (W) 21 48 1/5 3/4 6,287

50 2/12/12 @ St. John’s 3-6 L 20-27-2-1 5 Maxwell McKenna (L)/Lehner – Aebischer (W) 25 38 1/6 3/6 6,287

51 2/17/12 WILKES-BARRE 1-6 L 20-28-2-1 5 Street Lehner (L) – Munroe (W) 25 33 1/3 1/3 3,413

52 2/18/12 PORTLAND 6-2 W 21-28-2-1 5 Gryba Lehner (W) – Cheverie (L)/Pogge 33 38 1/4 3/3 4,010

53 2/19/12 @ Albany 2-4 L 21-29-2-1 5 Zharkov McKenna (L) – Kinkaid (W) 29 39 0/3 4/5 3,502

54 2/24/12 NORFOLK 2-3 L 21-30-2-1 5 Labrie McKenna (L) – Tokarski (W) 35 39 1/4 2/3 3,015

55 2/25/12 ADIRONDACK 1-2 SOL 21-30-2-2 5 Hamel (SO) McKenna (SOL) – Leighton (W) 42 52 0/2 4/4 4,019

56 2/28/12 ST. JOHN’S 5-1 W 22-30-2-2 5 Hoffman Bishop (W)—Pasquale (L) 39 42 2/4 7/7 3,017

57 3/2/12 @ Syracuse 5-2 W 23-30-2-2 5 Petersson Bishop (W) – Niittymaki (L)/Tarkki 27 43 1/8 4/5 5,416

58 3/3/12 @ Hershey 0-3 L 23-31-2-2 5 Greentree McKenna (L) – Holtby (W) 17 38 0/3 5/5 10,818

59 3/4/12 ST. JOHN’S 2-5 L 23-32-2-2 5 Postma Bishop (L) – Pasquale (W) 23 41 0/3 3/6 3,019

60 3/7/12 @ Toronto 2-0 W 24-32-2-2 5 Borowiecki Lehner (W) - Scrivens (L) 39 22 0/3 3/3 7,430

61 3/9/12 @ Rochester 1-3 L 24-33-2-2 5 Adam Lehner (L) – Leggio (W) 36 29 0/2 3/3 6,299

62 3/10/12 @ Rochester 1-6 L 24-34-2-2 5 Morrisonn Lehner (L) – Leggio (W) 18 27 0/1 2/2 6,053

63 3/16/12 ALBANY 4-2 W 25-34-2-2 5 Petersson McKenna (W) – Frazee (L) 36 34 0/4 5/6 3,167

64 3/17/12 ROCHESTER 3-4 OTL 25-34-3-2 5 Szczechura (OT) McKenna (L) – Leggio (W) 36 45 1/3 3/4 4,248

65 3/18/12 @ Wilkes-Barre 2-3 L 25-35-3-2 5 Walker Lehner (L) – Munroe (W) 26 36 1/2 3/4 5,356

66 3/21/12 BRIDGEPORT 3-0 W 26-35-3-2 5 Cannone Lehner (W) – Poulin (L) 27 41 1/6 4/4 3,002

67 3/23/12 @ Rochester 4-3 W 27-35-3-2 5 Gryba (OT) Lehner (W) – Leggio (L) 37 28 1/5 3/3 5,507

68 3/25/12 @ Adirondack 4-5 L 27-36-3-2 5 Ford McKenna (L) – Leighton (W) 37 37 1/4 0/1 3,142

69 3/28/12 HERSHEY 2-5 L 27-37-3-2 5 Bourque McKenna (L)/Lehner – Sabourin (W) 37 32 0/5 3/6 3,058

70 3/31/12 SYRACUSE 1-2 OTL 27-37-4-2 5 Cumiskey (OT) Lehner (L) – Tarkki (W) 29 41 1/3 1/1 4,585

71 4/1/12 @ Hershey 6-5 W 28-37-4-2 5 Gryba (SO) Lehner (W) – Sabourin (SOL) 31 35 1/3 2/3 9,276

72 4/4/12 @ Syracuse 1-5 L 28-38-4-2 5 Sexton Lehner (L) – Tarkki (W) 29 42 0/3 2/6 5,022

73 4/6/12 @ Norfolk 1-3 L 28-39-4-2 5 Johnson Lehner (L) – Janus (W) 29 35 0/5 2/2 6,713

74 4/7/12 @ Norfolk 1-4 L 28-40-4-2 5 Smith McKenna (L) – Tokarski (W) 31 40 0/3 3/3 8,699

75 4/13/12 @ Wilkes-Barre 3-1 W 29-40-4-2 5 Cannone Lehner (W) – Thiessen (L) 17 27 0/2 2/3 7,565

76 4/14/12 NORFOLK 2-3 OTL 29-40-5-2 5 Barberio Mckenna (L) – Tokarski (W) 24 49 1/3 3/5 4,511

* - Sellout Bold – Win Italics - Shootout Loss (1) – Played in Montréal, Québec (2) – Played in Ottawa, Ontario

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BINGHAMTON SENATORS 2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS

# Player Pos GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW OT EN Shots Sh%

27 Mike Hoffman LW 76 21 28 49 -18 44 10 0 3 0 0 189 11.1

20 Andre Petersson RW 60 23 21 44 -7 20 6 0 4 0 0 166 13.9

12 Pat Cannone C 76 19 24 43 -7 32 6 0 5 0 2 191 9.9

14 Rob Klinkhammer LW 53 14 27 41 -9 36 3 0 2 0 2 154 9.1

RFD 18 2 4 6 -4 6 0 0 0 0 1 31 6.5

BNG 35 12 23 35 -5 30 3 0 2 0 1 123 9.8

84 Corey Locke C 38 10 31 41 -6 22 2 0 0 0 1 88 11.4

24 Stephane Da Costa C 46 13 23 36 -12 12 6 0 1 0 0 104 12.5

13 Mark Parrish RW 51 15 15 30 -15 12 6 1 1 1 0 80 18.8

22 David Dziurzynski RW 72 11 17 28 -10 92 2 0 1 0 0 132 8.3

21 Derek Grant C 60 8 15 23 -7 26 2 0 0 0 0 119 6.7

5 Mark Borowiecki D 73 5 17 22 0 127 0 0 2 1 0 87 5.7

2 Eric Gryba D 73 5 15 20 -13 95 0 0 2 1 1 98 5.1

17 Patrick Wiercioch D 57 4 16 20 -14 34 4 0 0 0 0 102 3.9

25 Jack Downing C/RW 47 9 8 17 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 80 11.3

19 Jim O’Brien C 27 7 7 14 1 10 2 3 4 0 0 77 9.1

6 Craig Schira D 73 4 9 13 -14 27 0 0 0 0 0 56 7.1

15 Nikita Filatov LW 15 7 5 12 3 12 2 0 1 0 0 41 17.1

23 Corey Cowick LW 53 5 6 11 -6 38 0 0 0 0 1 84 6.0

36 Wacey Hamilton RW 74 5 6 11 -18 46 2 0 0 0 1 100 5.0

26 Dan Henningson D 38 2 9 11 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 15 13.3

WBS 5 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

RFD 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

BNG 32 2 8 10 -3 10 0 0 0 0 0 13 15.4

38 Tim Conboy D 53 2 9 11 1 199 1 0 1 0 0 56 3.6

3 Josh Godfrey D 38 2 6 8 -3 6 2 0 0 0 0 38 5.3

28 Mike Bartlett RW 61 3 4 7 -6 18 2 0 0 0 0 50 6.0

HOU 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

BNG 58 3 4 7 -6 18 2 0 0 0 0 49 6.4

16 Kaspars Daugavins LW 7 4 2 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 28.6

9 Bob Raymond D 38 0 4 4 -1 10 0 0 0 0 0 28 0.0

26 Riley Armstrong RW 5 1 2 3 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 16.7

44 Francis Lessard RW 43 1 1 2 -3 138 0 0 0 0 0 21 4.8

15 Cole Schneider LW 11 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0.0

40 Robin Lehner G 40 0 2 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

18 Matt Puempel LW 9 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 11.1

4 Matt Carkner D 3 0 1 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.0

14 Mike Radja C 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

43 Brandon Svendsen LW 5 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.0

26 Shaun Heshka D 10 0 1 1 -8 6 0 0 0 0 0 7 0.0

7 Mike Ratchuk LW 10 0 1 1 -1 4 0 0 0 0 0 8 0.0

7 Matt Campanale D 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

18 Andy Thomas D 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

4 Ben Blood D 4 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0

39 Maxime Gratchev LW 12 0 0 0 -7 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 0.0

11 Louie Caporusso C 13 0 0 0 -2 6 0 0 0 0 0 15 0.0

30 Ben Bishop G 41 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

PEO 38 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

BNG 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

29 Mike McKenna G 41 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

BENCH 76 2 24 2

TOTALS 76 201 331 530 -178 1,189 58 5 27 3 8 2,232 .089

# Goalie GP MINS W L SOL SO EN GA GAA SA SVS SV%

30 Ben Bishop 41 2,437 26 15 0 6 6 92 2.27 1,309 1,217 .930

PEO 38 2,258 24 14 0 6 5 85 2.26 1,184 1,099 .928

BNG 3 179 2 1 0 0 1 7 2.35 125 118 .944

29 Mike McKenna 41 2,196 14 22 1 0 4 109 2.98 1,334 1,225 .918

40 Robin Lehner 40 2,192 13 22 1 2 1 119 3.26 1,275 1,156 .907

TOTALS 76 4,593 29 45 2 2 6 241 3.15 2,740 2,499 .912

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2011-12 SENATORS REGULAR SEASON GAME SUMMARIES

Oct. 7, 5-3 loss at Detroit: Ottawa received multi-point efforts from Michalek (two goals) and Spezza (two assists), but five different

Red Wings (Bertuzzi, Lidstrom, Emmerton, Hudler, White) scored to lift Detroit to a two-goal win over the Senators at Joe Louis Arena.

Paul MacLean made his NHL head coaching debut against his former team (as a player and as an assistant coach) in a game that also

featured the NHL debut of Ottawa’s Mika Zibanejad. He recorded his first professional point with an assist on Kuba’s third period goal.

Howard earned the win in goal making 29 saves for Detroit while Anderson turned away 34 shots in taking the loss for Ottawa.

Scratches: Konopka, Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 32, DET - 39; PP: OTT 2-3, DET 0-5.

Oct. 8, 6-5 loss at Toronto: Trailing 4-0 to start the third period, the Senators mounted a furious rally courtesy of a career high-tying

three assists by Karlsson, Da Costa’s first NHL goal, two goals (one shorthanded) by Alfredsson and singles from Greening and

Spezza, but could not tie the game and eventually fell 6-5 to the Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. The game also featured two Ottawa

goals scored eight seconds apart (Spezza, Alfredsson’s second), which set a new franchise mark. Kessel tallied three times to lead the

home side while Grabovski, Lupul and Orr also scored. The teams set a new record for combined goals (11) in what was the 86th alltime

meeting between the clubs. Reimer made 27 saves to earn the win for Toronto, while Auld took the loss for Ottawa in relief of

Anderson who played the first two periods. Scratches: Butler, Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 32, TOR

- 35; PP: OTT 2-8, TOR 2-9.

Oct. 11, 4-3 SO win vs Minnesota: The Senators overcame a 3-1 third period deficit to defeat the Wild for a sixth consecutive time and

help head coach Paul MacLean earn his first NHL victory in front of a sold out crowd at Scotiabank Place. After Brodziak and Setoguchi

helped Minnesota to a 2-0 lead through 20 minutes, Foligno’s first of the season cut the visitors lead in half at 8:17 of the middle stanza.

Johnson helped restore the lead less than two minutes into the final frame before Neil then Greening helped tie the game. Michalek,

Spezza and Alfredsson scored in the shootout for Ottawa, while only Cullen responded for the Wild. Anderson earned the win in goal in

making 24 saves while Backstrom turned aside 41 shots in taking the loss for Minnesota. Scratches: Butler, Filatov, Lee; Injuries:

Carkner, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 44, MIN - 27; PP: OTT 1-4, MIN 1-2.

Oct. 13, 7-1 loss vs Colorado: Michalek notched his team leading third goal of the season to open the night’s scoring, but the visitors

responded with seven unanswered goals to defeat the Senators 7-1 at Scotiabank Place. Lindstrom scored twice while Hejduk,

Landeskog, Duchene, Winnik and Jones added singles in the visitors’ win. Giguere turned aside 15 shots to earn his first victory with

Colorado while Anderson made 32 saves in taking the loss against his former team. Scratches: Condra, Konopka; Injuries: Carkner,

Winchester; Shots: OTT - 16, COL - 39; PP: OTT 1-4, COL 4-6.

Oct. 15, 2-1 loss at Washington: Three first period goals proved all the night’s scoring as the Capitals edged Ottawa 2-1 at Verizon

Center. Backstrom scored the night’s only power-play goal 8:47 into the contest, before Johansson’s second of the season upped the

home side’s lead to two at 12:01. Rundblad earned his first NHL point with an assist on Regin’s first goal of the campaign at 19:34, but

the Senators would not come any closer. Vokoun made 33 saves to earn the win for Washington, while Auld turned aside 24 shots in

his first start of the season and taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Butler, Carkner, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 34, WSH

- 26; PP: OTT 0-1, WSH 1-3.

Oct. 18, 7-2 loss vs Philadelphia: Seven different Flyers scored as Philadelphia put an end to a seven-game losing streak at

Scotiabank Place with a 7-2 win over the Senators. Read, Simmonds, Giroux and Talbot helped the visitors to a 4-0 lead through 20

minutes before Spezza helped pull Ottawa to within three at 18:59 of the middle frame. Van Riemsdyk then Couturier and Zolnierczyk’s

first NHL goals respectively helped Philadelphia increase its lead before Karlsson completed a two-point night with his first goal of the

season at 19:40. Bobrovsky stopped 21 shots to earn the win in goal, while Auld made six saves on 10 shots in the first period to take

the loss before giving way to Anderson who made 17 saves. Scratches: None; Injuries: Butler, Carkner, Gonchar, Winchester; Shots:

OTT - 23, PHI - 30; PP: OTT 0-5, PHI 3-6.

Oct. 20, 4-1 win vs Winnipeg: Michalek (two goals, one assist) and Spezza (one goal, two assists) each contributed three points as

the Senators defeated the new era Jets by a 4-1 score at Scotiabank Place. Byfuglien opened the night’s scoring with the only goal of

the first period at 14:39, but the home side responded with two goals in the middle frame. Alfredsson’s unassisted tally at 9:15 of the

third period provided insurance before Michalek scored into an empty net with 40 seconds to play to round out the night’s scoring.

Anderson earned his 100th career victory by making 35 saves in the Ottawa goal, while Pavelec turned aside 26 shots in taking the loss

for Winnipeg. Scratches: Konopka, Lee; Injuries: Butler, Carkner; Shots: OTT - 30, WPG - 36; PP: OTT 1-4, WPG 0-4.

Oct. 22, 4-3 win vs Columbus: Trailing 3-2 with less than one minute to play, the Senators rebounded by scoring twice in the game’s

final 36 seconds to earn a 4-3 win over the Blue Jackets at Scotiabank Place. Kuba opened the night’s scoring on the power play 6:47

into the game, but Johnson then Russell provided the visitors with a 2-1 lead by the 16 second mark of the middle stanza. Smith tied

the game for Ottawa with his first goal of the season at 11:30 of the second, but Nash restored Columbus’ lead at 9:20 of the third.

Spezza (one goal, two assists) tied the game with a power play marker at 19:24 before Michalek (one goal, one assist) deflected a

Gonchar (two assists) point shot to seal the win at 19:55. Anderson made 18 saves to earn the victory while Mason stopped 23 shots

for the Blue Jackets. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Butler, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 27, CBJ - 21; PP: OTT 2-2, CBJ 1-4.

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Oct. 25, 3-2 SO win at Carolina: Spezza scored the only goal of the shootout as Ottawa withstood the Hurricanes’ late charge in an

eventual 3-2 shootout win at RBC Center. The victory marked the Senators first in Raleigh since 12/12/07. Konopka opened the scoring

with his first goal of the season at 6:30 of the middle stanza before Spezza increased the lead to 2-0 on the visitors’ lone power play

opportunity at 18:36. Gonchar had an assist on both goals. Ruutu cut the lead in half at 15:08 of the third before Skinner’s fourth of the

season was the equalizer at 17:29. Anderson made 32 saves, then three in the shootout to earn his third consecutive win, while Ward

turned aside 26 shots and two of three Senators’ shooters in a losing effort for Carolina. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Alfredsson, Butler,

Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 28, CAR - 34; PP: OTT 1-1, CAR 1-4.

Oct. 27, 4-3 win vs Florida: Foligno broke a 3-3 tie as the Senators won their second consecutive home game in the waning seconds -

- a 4-3 decision over Florida at Scotiabank Place. Ottawa overcame a 1-0 and 2-1 deficit courtesy of goals from Alfredsson and Da

Costa before Greening provided the Senators with their first lead at 17:53 of the final frame. Garrison and Weiss scored the visitors first

two goals before Versteeg tied the game at 3-3 at 19:12 of the third. Alfredsson and Rundblad earned assists on Foligno’s gamewinning

goal at 19:56. Anderson made 22 saves for his fourth consecutive victory, while Markstrom turned aside 34 shots in taking the

loss for the Panthers. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Butler, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 38, FLA - 25; PP: OTT 0-2, FLA 0-4.

Oct. 29, 5-4 SO win at N.Y. Rangers: Trailing 4-1 with less than 11 minutes to play, the Senators rebounded to tie the game before

earning their fifth consecutive win (and fourth straight in New York) with a 5-4 shootout decision at Madison Square Garden. Neil

opened the scoring with the only goal of the first before the Rangers responded with two power play goals (courtesy of Callahan then

Richards) in the middle stanza. The home side increased its lead to three via third period markers by Gaborik and Richards’ second by

8:05. Ottawa’s comeback began at 9:18 when Spezza tallied his first of two in just over three and a half minutes. Michalek notched the

equalizer at 17:10 before scoring the only goal of the shootout. Kuba matched a career high with three assists in a game that saw

Anderson make 24 saves (and stop three New York shooters) to earn the victory. Lundqvist made 36 saves (and one of two Ottawa

shootout attempts) in taking the loss for the Rangers. Scratches: Butler, Lee; Injuries: Auld, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 40, NYR -

28; PP: OTT 1-4, NYR 2-4.

Oct. 30, 3-2 win vs Toronto: Daugavins first career goal at 7:08 of the third period proved to be the game winner as the Senators

edged Toronto 3-2 at Scotiabank Place. The result marked Ottawa’s sixth consecutive victory. Greening and Neil also scored for the

Senators in a game that saw Karlsson record his NHL-leading 12th assist of the season. MacArthur scored both goals for the visitors,

while Grabovski and Kulemin each had two assists. Lehner made 23 saves to earn his first career home win while Gustavsson turned

aside 27 shots in a losing effort for Toronto. Scratches: Konopka, Lee; Injuries: Alfredsson, Auld, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 30,

TOR - 25; PP: OTT: 2-4, TOR: 1-6.

Nov. 1, 5-3 loss at Boston: The Bruins received goals from Boychuk and Paille 37 seconds apart to break a 3-3 third period tie before

Boston emerged with a 5-3 win at TD Garden. Ottawa held a 2-1 lead through the opening 20 minutes courtesy of markers from Foligno

and Da Costa, but the Bruins responded with goals from Bergeron and Kelly to take a 3-2 lead to the second intermission. Cowen’s first

NHL goal at 5:04 of the third tied the game, but Boychuk’s goal 91 seconds later proved to be the winner. Lucic also scored for Boston.

Foligno set a new career high with three points while Neil’s two assists matched a career best. Thomas made 23 saves to earn the win,

while Anderson turned aside 36 shots in seeing his personal five-game winning streak come to a close. Scratch: Lee; Injuries:

Alfredsson, Auld, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 26, BOS - 41; PP: OTT: 0-3, BOS: 1-7.

Nov. 4, 2-1 loss vs Montreal: Cole and Kostitsyn scored second period goals three minutes apart to help Montreal to an eventual 2-1

win at Scotiabank Place. After a scoreless opening frame, Cole’s third marker of the season 13:55 into the middle stanza provided the

Canadiens with the lead before Kostitsyn’s fourth at 16:55 increased the advantage to two. Smith helped the Senators to within one

with the team’s second shorthanded goal of the year at 1:07 of the third period with a goal which closed the night’s scoring. Price made

33 saves to earn the win for Montreal while Anderson turned aside 24 shots for Ottawa. Scratches: Konopka, Rundblad; Injuries:

Alfredsson, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 34, MTL - 26; PP: OTT: 0-4, MTL: 0-2.

Nov. 5, 3-2 SO loss vs Buffalo: The Senators and Sabres saw a game decided by one goal for the 12th time in the last 13 meetings

when Roy (the night’s 12th shooter) scored the game-deciding goal to lift Buffalo to a 3-2 win at Scotiabank Place. Michalek opened the

scoring with his team-leading ninth of the season at 15:41 of the first period, but the visitors took their first lead on goals by Roy then

Leopold by 12:55 of the middle stanza. Condra’s first of the season at 14:13 tied the game at 2-2. After a scoreless third and overtime,

Michalek and Spezza scored on Ottawa’s first two shootout attempts, but Vanek and Boyes replied for the Sabres before Roy’s

eventual winner. Enroth made 25 saves (and stopped four shootout attempts) to earn the win, while Anderson turned aside 31 shots

(and three Buffalo shooters) in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratches: Konopka, Rundblad; Injuries: Alfredsson, Carkner, Regin;

Shots: OTT - 27, BUF - 33; PP: OTT: 0-2, BUF: 0-2.

Nov. 9, 3-2 loss vs N.Y. Rangers: Michalek moved to within one goal of the NHL lead when he opened the scoring with his 10th goal

of the season 8:39 into the middle stanza, but the Rangers responded with three consecutive goals en route to a 3-2 win at Scotiabank

Place. Gaborik scored twice while Stepan added a single marker in New York’s fifth straight win in Ottawa. Foligno closed the night’s

scoring with the 50th goal of his NHL career at 9:48 of the third period in a game which also featured Spezza’s 350th NHL assist.

Lundqvist made 29 saves to earn the win for the Rangers while Anderson turned aside 16 shots for the Senators. Scratch: Lee;

Injuries: Alfredsson, Carkner, Regin; Shots: OTT - 31, NYR - 19; PP: OTT: 0-2, NYR: 0-1.

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Nov. 11, 5-1 loss at Buffalo: Five different Sabres tallied goals to lift the home side to a 5-1 win over the Senators at First Niagara

Center. Roy and Ellis scored 16 seconds apart to help Buffalo to a 2-0 lead 2:25 into the contest before Gonchar cut the deficit in half

with a power play goal at 4:38. Leopold restored the two-goal margin just over 10 minutes later before Adam then Leino rounded out

the night’s scoring with third period markers. Enroth earned his second win over the Senators in six days by making 36 saves, while

Anderson made four saves on six shots in taking the loss for Ottawa. Auld made 12 saves in a relief effort. Scratch: Lee; Injuries:

Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 37, BUF - 21; PP: OTT: 1-4, BUF: 0-5.

Nov. 12, 5-2 win at Toronto: Smith registered the first multi-point game of his NHL career, while Foligno matched a career best with

two goals in a 5-2 Senators win over the Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. Bozak opened the scoring with the only goal of the first

before Gonchar’s second in two nights tied the game at 9:11 of the middle stanza. Foligno scored the night’s only power play goal at

17:46 to lift Ottawa to a 2-1 lead through 40 minutes. Smith’s third of the season increased the lead to two 48 seconds into the third, but

Lupul helped Toronto draw to within one with 2:50 remaining. Foligno then Michalek scored into an empty net 25 seconds apart to seal

the win in the late stages. Anderson made 31 saves in the victory while Scrivens turned aside 19 shots for the home side. Scratch:

Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 24, TOR - 33; PP: OTT: 1-3, TOR: 0-5.

Nov. 15, 3-1 win at Calgary: Butler’s two third period goals proved the difference in a 3-1 Senators win over the Flames at Scotiabank

Saddledome. Alfredsson opened the scoring when he scored his first goal against Calgary since 2001 at 18:44 of the middle stanza

before Kostopoulous tied the game 62 seconds later. Butler’s first of the season at 9:50 of the third proved to be the game-winner

before his insurance marker at 16:12 closed the night’s scoring. Anderson made a season-high 38 saves to record the win, while

Kiprusoff turned aside 29 shots in losing for the first time in his career at home against the Senators. Scratch: Rundblad; Injuries:

Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 32, CGY - 39; PP: OTT: 0-4, CGY: 0-6.

Nov. 17, 5-2 win at Edmonton: The Senators earned their second Alberta sweep in team history (and first since 2003) when five

different scorers tallied goals in a 5-2 win over Edmonton at Rexall Place. Ottawa matched a franchise record when Greening then

Daugavins scored nine seconds apart to give the visitors a 2-0 lead 7:39 into the first period. Michalek’s team-leading 12th goal of the

season at 19:03 gave the Senators a three-goal advantage. Edmonton cut the deficit to two when Lander scored his first NHL goal

while the Oilers were shorthanded 2:14 into the middle stanza, but Winchester and Konopka later scored for Ottawa before Jones

closed the night’s scoring in the game’s the final minute. Anderson made 22 saves to earn his ninth win of the campaign while

Khabibulin made four saves on seven shots in taking the loss. Dubnyk played the second and third periods and made seven saves in

relief. Scratch: Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 16, EDM - 24; PP: OTT: 0-3, EDM: 1-2.

Nov. 20, 2-1 OT loss at Vancouver: Ottawa saw its three-game winning streak come to a close as Higgins’ seventh goal of the season

2:18 into overtime lifted the Canucks to a 2-1 win over the Senators at Rogers Arena. After a scoreless opening frame, Henrik Sedin’s

power play goal at 2:31 of the middle stanza gave Vancouver a lead it held through 40 minutes. Greening redirected a Spezza pass to

tie the game 3:32 into the third, but Higgins deflection of Hamhuis’ shot from the point won the game for the home side in the extra

session. Schneider made 28 saves to earn the win for the Canucks while Auld stopped 25 shots in taking the loss against his former

team. Scratch: Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 29, VAN - 27; PP: OTT: 0-5, VAN: 1-4.

Nov. 25, 6-3 loss at Pittsburgh: Nine different players scored goals in a game that saw Pittsburgh jump to a 4-1 lead by the game’s

10-minute mark in an eventual 6-3 win over the Senators in front of the largest crowd (18,610) to witness a game at Consol Energy

Center. After Daugavins opened the scoring, Kunitz, Kennedy, Sullivan, Malkin and Dupuis tallied to help the Penguins to a four-goal

lead 3:45 into the middle stanza. Cowen’s second marker of the season pulled the visitors to within three at 15:46, but Staal restored

Pittsburgh’s biggest lead at 8:41 of the final frame before Condra closed the night’s scoring with 3:31 to play. Foligno notched two

assists while Crosby had three for the Penguins. Fleury made 24 stops to earn the win, while Anderson turned aside four of eight shots

to take the loss before giving way to Auld who made 30 saves in relief. Scratch: Rundblad; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT

- 27, PIT - 40; PP: OTT: 0-4, PIT: 1-5.

Nov. 27, 4-3 win vs Carolina: Spezza scored twice, including the 200th goal of his NHL career, while Rundblad notched his first career

marker and Smith scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal in a 4-3 win over Carolina at Scotiabank Place. Dwyer, Staal

and Ponikarovsky replied for the visitors in a game that also saw Karlsson assume the NHL lead in scoring among defencemen with

two assists. Gonchar also had two assists while Butler and Konopka drew helpers on Rundblad’s first NHL goal at 19:46 of the middle

stanza. Anderson made 34 saves to earn the win in goal while Ward turned aside 21 shots in taking the loss for the Hurricanes.

Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 25, CAR - 37; PP: OTT: 1-4, CAR: 1-8.

Nov. 29, 6-4 win at Winnipeg: Smith scored the game-winning goal for the second straight game while setting a new career high with

two markers on the evening in a 6-4 Senators win over the Jets at MTS Centre. Michalek also scored twice with his game-opening goal

at 15:55 of the first period representing his 300th career point. The home side held the lead twice courtesy of two goals from Kane and

singles by Wheeler and Burmistrov, but Spezza, Smith’s second and Foligno into an empty net (all within the contest’s final 10-and-ahalf

minutes) helped Ottawa secure the win. Phillips and Condra both matched career highs with two assists each in a game that saw

Anderson make a season-high 39 saves to earn the win while Paevlec turned aside 28 shots in a losing effort for Winnipeg. Scratch:

Lee; Injuries: Carkner, Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 34, WPG - 43; PP: OTT: 1-4, WPG: 1-5.

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Dec. 1, 3-2 loss at Dallas: Michalek’s 15th goal of the season with 8:18 remaining in regulation broke a 1-1 tie, but Dallas recovered

courtesy of late goals from Dvorak at 14:26 and Nystrom at 17:40 to emerge with a 3-2 win over the Senators at American Airlines

Center. Condra opened the night’s scoring 7:07 into the first before Ott’s deflection of a Petersen point shot at 9:38 tied the game.

Cowen earned his first NHL assist on Condra’s goal. Raycroft made 33 saves to earn the win in the teams’ only meeting for the second

consecutive season, while Anderson turned aside 29 shots in taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratches: None; Injuries: Carkner, Kuba,

Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 35, DAL - 32; PP: OTT: 0-1, DAL: 1-3.

Dec. 3, 3-2 OT loss at Washington: The Capitals took their third and final lead of the evening when Laich scored his fifth goal of the

season 12 seconds into overtime to provide Washington with a 3-2 win over the Senators at Verizon Center. Backstrom’s ninth of the

year gave the home side a 1-0 lead 1:58 into the opening frame before Karlsson tied the contest with the only goal of the second at 58

seconds. Brouwer helped the Capitals regain the lead 5:01 into the third, but Michalek’s 16th of the campaign with 3:15 remaining

eventually sent the game to overtime. Neuvirth made 32 saves to earn the win in goal while Anderson also turned aside 32 shots in

taking the loss for the Senators. Scratch: Filatov; Injuries: Carkner, Kuba, Regin; Shots: OTT - 34, WSH - 35; PP: OTT: 0-1, WSH: 0

4.

Dec. 5, 4-2 win vs Tampa Bay: Smith scored twice while Alfredsson also contributed a multi-point effort to lead the Senators to a 4-2

win over the Lightning at Scotiabank Place. After Gervais opened the scoring 13:52 into the middle stanza, Smith’s first of two tied the

game at 16:46. Tampa Bay regained the lead when St. Louis scored his eighth goal of the season at 3:35 of the third before

Alfredsson’s equalizer at 8:58. Foligno scored his eighth goal of the campaign at 15:33 before Smith’s eighth of the year closed the

night’s scoring at 16:19. Anderson matched a personal season high with his third assist (on Alfredsson’s goal) while making 31 saves to

earn his 12th win, while Roloson made 27 saves in a losing effort for Tampa Bay. Scratch: Filatov; Injuries: Carkner, Kuba, Regin;

Shots: OTT - 31, TB - 33; PP: OTT: 0-3, TB: 0-3.

Dec. 7, 5-3 loss vs Washington: Washington scored four times in the third period en route to a 5-3 win over the Senators at

Scotiabank Place. After Halpern opened the scoring 2:12 into the middle stanza, Ottawa gained a 2-1 lead on second period goals by

Condra and Foligno. Capitals markers by Backstrom, Ovechkin and Brouwer helped Washington to a 4-2 lead just past the 14-minute

mark of the third before Michalek’s 17th of the campaign narrowed the deficit to one with less than four minutes to play. Carlson’s

empty-net goal completed the scoring at 19:14. Vokoun made 31 saves to earn the win in goal while Anderson turned aside 39 shots in

a losing effort for the Senators. Scratch: Filatov; Injuries: Carkner, Kuba, Regin; Shots: OTT - 34, WSH - 44; PP: OTT: 1-4, WSH: 1-

6.

Dec. 8, 5-4 SO loss at New Jersey: Michalek opened the night’s scoring with his NHL-leading 18th goal of the season before Foligno

then Alfredsson helped the visitors to a 3-0 advantage by the game’s midway point. The Devils rebounded by scoring four consecutive

goals (including two shorthanded) courtesy of Parise, Zubrus, Tedenby and Kovalchuk to take their first lead 9:45 into the final stanza.

Winchester helped Ottawa tie the contest with a shorthanded marker with 4.9 seconds to play before New Jersey eventually emerged

victorious on a shootout winner by Henrique in a 5-4 decision over the Senators at Prudential Center. Hedberg made 18 saves over the

final two periods and overtime to earn the win in relief of Brodeur, while Auld made 27 saves in taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratch:

Filatov; Injuries: Carkner, Kuba, Regin; Shots: OTT - 29, NJ - 31; PP: OTT: 1-6, NJ: 0-5.

Dec. 10, 4-1 loss vs Vancouver: Kesler scored twice and added an assist while Henrik Sedin also had a multi-point (two assists)

game to lead the Canucks to a season sweep of Ottawa with a 4-1 victory at Scotiabank Place. Edler opened the night’s scoring with a

power play goal 70 seconds in before Kesler’s first of two helped the visitors to a 2-0 advantage through 20 minutes. Kesler’s second of

the night at 8:35 of the middle stanza increased Vancouver’s lead to three. Greening cut the deficit with a shorthanded marker in the

late stages of the second, but Weise’s insurance marker at 16:30 of the third closed the night’s scoring. Luongo made 24 saves to earn

the win while Anderson turned aside 24 shots in a losing effort. Scratches: Filatov, Konopka; Injuries: Gonchar, Kuba; Shots: OTT -

25, VAN - 28; PP: OTT: 0-5, VAN: 2-5.

Dec. 13, 3-2 OT win at Buffalo: Cowen’s first career overtime goal 45 seconds into the extra session proved the difference and

allowed the Senators to rebound from a third period deficit to earn a 3-2 win over the Sabres at First Niagara Center. After Michalek

opened the scoring with his NHL-leading 19th goal of the season 69 seconds into the first period, Buffalo’s Szczechura (with his first as

a Sabre) and Ennis helped the home side to a 2-1 lead through 20 minutes. After a scoreless middle frame, Regin’s slapshot from just

inside the right point helped Ottawa tie the game at 7:27 of the third before Cowen’s eventual game-winner. Spezza had two assists for

Ottawa in a game that saw Anderson make 27 saves to earn the win, while Miller turned aside 41 shots in a losing effort for Buffalo.

Scratch: Butler; Injuries: Gonchar, Kuba; Shots: OTT - 44, BUF - 29; PP: OTT: 0-4, BUF: 0-3.

Dec. 14, 5-2 loss vs Boston: The Bruins scored three third period goals, including the eventual game-winner by Bergeron and two by

Paille, to leave Ottawa with a 5-2 win over the Senators. Peverley opened the night’s scoring and later added an assist while former

Senator Kelly registered the 200th point of his NHL career with a goal at 13:47 of the middle frame that provided Boston with a lead it

would not relinquish. Alfredsson and Spezza each had a goal and an assist for Ottawa in a game that saw Thomas make 47 saves to

earn the win, while Anderson turned aside 24 shots in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratches: None; Injuries: Gonchar, Kuba,

Michalek; Shots: OTT - 49, BOS - 29; PP: OTT: 0-5, BOS: 0-0.

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Dec. 16, 6-4 win vs Pittsburgh: Cowen registered a career-high four points (one goal, three assists) while Spezza (two goals, two

assists), Alfredsson (one goal, two assists) and Karlsson (three assists) all had multi-point evenings to pace the Senators to a 6-4 win

over Pittsburgh. Konopka scored the other goal for Ottawa (the eventual game-winner) late in the second period while Karlsson

reached 100 career points with an assist on the goal. Sullivan had one goal and two assists to lead the visitors while Kunitz, Malkin and

Niskanen also scored for the Penguins. Auld moved into 11th spot in all-time wins among Senators goaltenders with a 32- save

performance, while Johnson turned aside 14 of 19 shots and taking the loss before giving way to Fleury who allowed one goal on five

shots in relief. Scratches: None; Injuries: Gonchar, Kuba, Michalek; Shots: OTT - 24, PIT - 36; PP: OTT: 1-5, PIT: 2-4.

Dec. 20, 4-1 win vs Buffalo: Condra’s fifth goal of the season at 7:59 of the third period (with an assist by Turris in his first game as a

Senator) broke a 1-1 deadlock and propelled Ottawa to a 4-1 win over Buffalo at Scotiabank Place. Neil earned his 100th career assist

on Smith’s game-opening goal 11:48 into the contest before the Sabres tied the game courtesy of Leopold’s sixth of the campaign at

13:12 of the middle stanza. Karlsson provided an insurance marker with 2:11 to play and Condra’s empty net goal at 18:14 closed the

night’s scoring. Anderson made 22 saves to earn the victory while Miller turned aside 35 shots in a losing effort for the visitors.

Scratches: Butler, Lee; Injuries: Michalek; Shots: OTT - 39, BUF - 23; PP: OTT: 1-3, BUF: 1-4.

Dec. 22, 4-3 OT win vs Florida: Butler’s third goal of the season 2:02 into overtime proved the difference as Ottawa swept the home

portion of its season series with Florida in a 4-3 decision over the Panthers at Scotiabank Place. Alfredsson (one goal, two assists),

Karlsson (one goal, one assist) and Neil (one goal, one assist) each had multi-point evenings, while Turris assisted on the gamewinning

goal to ensure one point in each of his first two games as a Senator. Repik, Matthias and Kopecky scored for the visitors in a

game that saw Anderson make 32 saves to defeat his former team, while Clemmensen turned aside 22 shots in a losing effort for

Florida. Scratches: None; Injuries: Michalek, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 26, FLA - 35; PP: OTT: 2-2, FLA: 2-5.

Dec. 23, 2-1 OT loss at Carolina: Ruutu’s 12th goal of the season 96 seconds into overtime proved the difference as the Hurricanes

emerged with a 2-1 victory over Ottawa at RBC Center. Nodl opened the scoring 2:33 into the contest before Kuba’s third goal of the

campaign (representing his 300th career point) tied the contest at 17:15. Turris earned an assist on the play to stretch his consecutive

game point streak with the Senators to three. Ward turned aside 22 shots to earn the victory while Anderson made 36 saves for the

visitors. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Michalek, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 23, CAR - 38; PP: OTT: 0-1, CAR: 0-3.

Dec. 27, 6-2 loss vs Montreal: Six different Canadiens scored goals to lead the visitors to a 6-2 win over the Senators at Scotiabank

Place. After Smith opened the scoring with his 10th marker of the season, Eller, Plekanec, Cammalleri, Leblanc and Subban helped

Montreal to a four-goal advantage 5:53 into the middle stanza. Spezza’s 13th of the campaign helped get the Senators to within four,

but Cole closed the night’s scoring with 5:02 remaining. Price earned the win in goal by making 33 saves, while Anderson made three

saves on seven shots to take the loss before giving way to Auld who made 19 stops in a relief effort. Scratches: None; Injuries:

Phillips, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 35, MTL - 28; PP: OTT: 0-3, MTL: 1-4.

Dec. 30, 4-3 OT win vs Calgary: The Senators took their only lead of the game when Alfredsson’s 400th career goal proved the

difference 3:31 into overtime in a 4-3 Ottawa win over Calgary at Scotiabank Place. After the Flames took a 3-0 lead through the

opening 20 minutes courtesy of markers from Bourque, Glencross and Butler, Ottawa rebounded when Foligno then Smith cut the lead

to one through two frames. Karlsson’s unassisted goal 4:28 into the final stanza tied the game at 3-3 before Alfredsson’s extra session

heroics helped seal an Ottawa two-game season sweep of Calgary for the first time since 2000-01. Anderson made 17 saves through

the final two periods and overtime to earn the win after entering in relief of Auld who made 12 saves, while Irving turned aside 45 shots

in taking the loss for the visitors. Scratch: Carkner; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 49, CGY - 32; PP: OTT: 1-3, CGY: 1-3.

Dec. 31, 3-2 SO win at Buffalo: The Senators took their only lead as the game came to a close (for the second straight night) when

Butler tallied the shootout winner in a 3-2 decision over the Sabres at First Niagara Center. After Boyes scored the only goal of the first,

Carkner’s first goal of the season tied the contest 1:55 into the middle stanza. Buffalo restored its lead courtesy of a goal from Gaustad

at 3:27, but Neil’s fifth of the campaign knotted the contest at 6:15 of the second period. Boyes and Pominville tallied for Buffalo in the

shootout but Spezza and Alfredsson responded before Butler’s winner. Anderson stopped three other Sabre shooters in addition to

making 26 saves in the game to earn the win, while Enroth made two shootout saves and 44 in the contest in losing for the first time in

his career to the Senators. Scratches: None; Injuries: Gonchar, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 46, BUF - 28; PP: OTT: 0-5, BUF:

1-5.

Jan. 2, 3-2 OT win vs New Jersey: For the third consecutive game, the Senators took their only lead of the night as the contest

reached its conclusion when Alfredsson’s 12th of the season four minutes into overtime secured a 3-2 Ottawa win over visiting New

Jersey. After Zubrus and Clarkson provided the Devils with a two-goal advantage through two periods, the Senators responded

courtesy of final stanza markers from Spezza and Condra (with his first career shorthanded goal) to send the game to an extra session.

Karlsson registered two assists to match his season career-high (32) in a game that saw Anderson earn an assist and his 18th win of

the season by making 27 saves, while Brodeur turned aside 29 shots in taking the loss for New Jersey. Scratches: None; Injuries:

Gonchar, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 32, NJ - 29; PP: OTT: 1-4, NJ: 0-2.

Jan. 5, 4-1 win vs Tampa Bay: Alfredsson paced the Senators with three points (one goal, two assists), while Turris scored his first

goal with Ottawa in a 4-1 decision over the Lightning at Scotiabank Place. Spezza gave the home side a lead it would not relinquish

10:36 into the contest in a game that also saw Smith notch his career best 12th goal of the season as the Senators won for the seventh

time in their last eight home games against Tampa Bay. Stamkos scored his NHL leading 28th goal of the season for the visitors.

Anderson made 35 saves to earn his 19th win of the campaign, while Roloson turned aside 20 shots in a losing effort for the Lightning.

Scratches: None; Injuries: Phillips, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 24, TB - 36; PP: OTT: 0-2, TB: 0-3.

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Jan. 7, 3-2 OT loss at Philadelphia: The Flyers recovered from a 2-1 third period deficit when Briere tied the game with under 11

minutes to play before scoring the overtime winner 4:54 into the extra session in a 3-2 Philadelphia win over the Senators at Wells

Fargo Center. Briere’s overtime-winner was his third goal of the afternoon. He gave the home side a 1-0 advantage with the only goal of

the opening frame before Michalek’s team-high 20th of the season tied the contest just past the game’s midway point. Butler helped

Ottawa to its first lead at 6:43 of the third, but Briere’s heroics would later lift the home side. Karlsson had two assists in a game that

saw Bryzgalov make 35 saves to earn the win while Anderson turned aside 36 shots in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratch: Lee;

Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 37, PHI - 39; PP: OTT: 1-3, PHI: 1-6.

Jan. 8, 6-4 win vs Philadelphia: Trailing 4-2 entering the third period, the Senators recovered to win for a league-high sixth time when

trailing through 40 minutes in defeating the Flyers 6-4 at Scotiabank Place. The teams exchanged five first period goals as Alfredsson,

Meszaros, Neil, Bourdon and Couturier markers saw Philadelphia take a 3-2 lead to intermission. Read scored the only goal of the

middle stanza before Greening then Karlsson helped Ottawa tie the contest by the 6:19 mark of the third. Kuba’s fourth goal of the

season with 71 seconds to play proved to be the game-winner before Foligno closed the night’s scoring with an empty net goal at

19:15. Anderson made 33 saves to earn his 20th win while Bryzgalov turned aside 32 shots in taking the loss for the visitors. Scratch:

Lee; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 38, PHI - 37; PP: OTT: 0-2, PHI: 1-3.

Jan. 10, 5-1 win at Pittsburgh: Michalek scored twice while Greening registered a career-high three points (three assists) to help lead

the Senators to their first win at Consol Energy Center via a 5-1 decision over the Penguins. Neil, Butler and Spezza scored Ottawa’s

first three goals. Spezza also added an assist and was one of three Senators to register a multi-point contest. Foligno assisted on the

game’s opening two markers. Malkin scored the lone goal for Pittsburgh in a game that saw Anderson make 29 saves to earn his 21st

win of the season. Johnson allowed three goals on eight shots in taking the loss before giving way to Fleury who made 13 saves in

relief for the home side. Scratches: None; Injuries: Karlsson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 23, PIT - 30; PP: OTT: 1-4, PIT: 0-1.

Jan. 12, 3-0 win at N.Y. Rangers: Spezza scored twice while Michalek added a single marker and Anderson earned his first shutout of

the season in a 3-0 Senators win over the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. After a scoreless opening frame, Spezza’s first of two

8:54 into the second provided all the scoring the visitors would need as Ottawa won for a fifth consecutive time in the Rangers’ home

building. Michalek, then Spezza’s second 1:35 apart in the late stages sealed the Ottawa win. Karlsson earned an assist on each of the

game’s final two goals in a game that saw Anderson make 34 saves for his 17th career shutout, while Lundqvist lost for the first time

since Dec. 15 in allowing three goals on 24 Ottawa shots. Scratch: Carkner; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 24, NYR - 34;

PP: OTT: 1-2, NYR: 0-4.

Jan. 14, 3-2 SO win at Montreal: Alfredsson scored the only goal of the shootout to propel the Senators to a sweep of their threegame

road trip courtesy of a 3-2 decision over the Canadiens at Bell Centre. After a scoreless opening 40 minutes, Plekanec gave the

home side a 1-0 lead 42 seconds into the final frame. Ottawa rebounded with markers from Turris then Spezza before Montreal tied the

contest via a goal by Pacioretty at 19:21. Anderson turned away Eller, Kaberle and Pacioretty in the shootout in addition to making 33

saves in the game to earn the win, while Price made 23 saves in taking the loss for Montreal. Scratch: Lee; Injuries: Regin,

Winchester; Shots: OTT - 25, MTL - 35; PP: OTT: 0-5, MTL: 1-8.

Jan. 16, 2-0 loss vs Winnipeg: Mason turned aside 25 shots to earn the 23rd shutout of his career as Winnipeg defeated the Senators

2-0 at Scotiabank Place. Slater scored 49 seconds into the contest before Enstrom added an insurance marker at 6:48 of the middle

stanza, closing the night’s scoring. The setback was the Senators first via shutout this season and also snapped Ottawa’s four-game

winning streak. Anderson took the loss in goal making 33 saves on the evening. Scratches: None; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester;

Shots: OTT - 25, WPG - 35; PP: OTT: 0-2, WPG: 0-3.

Jan. 17, 3-2 win at Toronto: The Senators recovered from a 2-0 deficit to earn their second win in three attempts this season at Air

Canada Centre with a 3-2 decision over the Maple Leafs. Lombardi opened the scoring 6:51 into the contest before Lupul’s 20th of the

campaign helped increase the lead to two at 15:35. Alfredsson started the comeback when he scored his 15th of the season at 19:52.

Spezza tipped a Daugavins redirection to tie the game at 16:46 with what was the only goal of the middle stanza before Turris provided

the eventual winner 84 seconds into the third. Both Alfredsson and Turris had multi-point contests in a game that saw Anderson make

37 saves to earn the win, while Gustavsson turned away 18 shots in taking the loss for Toronto. Scratches: Borowiecki, Petersson;

Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 21, TOR - 39; PP: OTT: 0-1, TOR: 0-2.

Jan. 19, 4-1 win at San Jose: The Senators established a new franchise record when they earned at least one point in an 11th

consecutive road game via a 4-1 win over the Sharks at HP Pavilion. The win marked Ottawa’s first in northern California since

10/18/03 and brought to a close San Jose’s series best five-game winning streak. The Sharks opened the scoring 3:10 into the contest

when Winchester notched his third of the campaign, but Ottawa rebounded courtesy of two goals from Greening and multi-point

evenings from Turris (one goal, one assist) and Spezza (two assists). Karlsson had the other goal (the game-winner) at 4:30 of the

middle stanza. The game also featured Kuba’s 100th point as a Senator and Borowiecki’s NHL debut. Anderson made 36 saves to earn

the win in goal while Niemi turned aside 17 shots in taking the loss for the Sharks. Scratches: Carkner, Petersson; Injuries: Lee,

Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 21, SJ - 37; PP: OTT: 1-4, SJ: 0-3.

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Jan. 21, 2-1 loss at Anaheim: Neil scored Ottawa’s lone goal while playing in his 700th career contest as the Senators’ five-game road

winning streak came to a close via a 2-1 defeat to the Ducks at Honda Center. After a scoreless opening frame, Perry then Visnovsky

scored to provide Anaheim with a 2-0 advantage through 40 minutes. Karlsson established a new career high with his 46th point of the

season when he assisted on Neil’s marker at 8:51 of the third. Hiller made 31 saves to earn the victory in a game that featured

Petersson’s NHL debut for Ottawa. Anderson made 27 saves in taking the loss for the visitors. Scratches: Borowiecki, Butler, Da

Costa; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 32, ANA - 29; PP: OTT: 0-2, ANA: 0-3.

Jan. 23, 4-1 loss at Los Angeles: Clifford (one goal, one assist), Doughty (two assists) and Fraser (two assists) each had multi-point

contests to pace Los Angeles to its fifth consecutive home win over the Senators via a 4-1 decision at STAPLES Center. Mitchell

scored the only goal of the opening frame 15:39 into the game before Clifford, Johnson, then Lewis on a penalty shot provided the

home side with a 4-0 advantage through 40 minutes. Alfredsson closed the night’s scoring with his 16th of the campaign on the power

play at 8:37 of the final stanza. Karlsson earned his 40th assist of the season in a game that saw Quick make 27 saves to earn his 21st

win of the season for the Kings. Anderson stopped 22 shots through two periods in taking the loss for Ottawa before giving way to Auld

who made eight saves in a relief effort. Scratches: Carkner, Petersson; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 28, LA - 34;

PP: OTT: 1-5, LA: 1-5.

Jan. 24, 3-2 loss at Phoenix: Vrbata’s team-leading 23rd goal of the season 90 seconds into the third period proved to be the gamewinner

in an eventual 3-2 Coyotes win over Ottawa at Jobing.com Arena. Brule opened the scoring with the only goal of the first at

18:53 before Doan provided the home side with a two-goal advantage at 16:08 of the middle stanza. Alfredsson’s 17th of the campaign

saw Ottawa cut the lead in half just shy of the second intermission. After Vrbata restored the home side’s advantage, Neil’s ninth of the

season closed the night’s scoring at 1:44 of the third. Smith made 32 saves to earn the win in goal while Anderson turned aside 23

shots in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratches: Borowiecki, Petersson; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 34, PHX -

26; PP: OTT: 0-3, PHX: 0-3.

Jan. 31, 4-3 loss at Boston: The Bruins recovered from a two-goal second period deficit to earn their third win of the season against

the Senators via a 4-3 decision at TD Garden. After Chara opened the scoring 11:57 into the contest, Greening’s 12th of the campaign

tied the game at 1-1 80 seconds shy of intermission. Turris, then Karlsson helped the visitors to a 3-1 advantage by 13:28 of the middle

stanza before Lucic helped pull the Bruins to within one at 19:15. Marchand’s 18th of the season tied the game at 2:20 of the third

before Seidenberg’s eventual game-winner with just under 13 minutes remaining closed the night’s scoring. Thomas made 30 saves to

earn the win in goal while Anderson turned aside 26 shots in taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratches: None; Injuries: Lee, Regin,

Winchester; Shots: OTT - 33, BOS - 30; PP: OTT: 0-0, BOS: 2-4.

Feb. 3, 2-1 loss vs N.Y. Islanders: The Islanders recovered from a 1-0 third period deficit to win their second straight game at

Scotiabank Place via a 2-1 overtime decision over the Senators. Smith opened the scoring with his third career shorthanded marker at

19:47 of the middle stanza, but Martin’s sixth of the campaign tied the contest 5:27 into the third. Eaton capped his 600th career NHL

contest by scoring his first goal of the season at 2:35 of the extra session to lift the visitors to victory. Nabokov made 23 saves to earn

the win for New York while Anderson made 30 stops in a losing effort for Ottawa. Scratch: Butler; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester;

Shots: OTT - 24, NYI - 32; PP: OTT: 0-2, NYI: 0-2.

Feb. 4, 5-0 loss vs Toronto: Five different Maple Leafs tallied goals, while four visiting players registered multi-point efforts as Toronto

earned a 5-0 win over Ottawa at Scotiabank Place. Kessel and Phaneuf helped the Leafs to a 2-0 lead through 20 minutes. Bozak had

the lone middle stanza tally, while Schenn then Franson rounded out the night’s scoring with third period markers. Reimer recorded his

third shutout of the season by making 49 saves. Anderson turned aside 35 shots in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratch: Butler;

Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 49, TOR - 40; PP: OTT: 0-3, TOR: 2-5.

Feb. 7, 3-1 loss vs St. Louis: The Blues brought an end to their five-game losing streak in Ottawa courtesy of a 3-1 decision over the

Senators at Scotiabank Place. Porter opened the scoring 1:37 into the contest before Perron increased the visitors’ lead to 2-0 just over

two minutes later. Alfredsson’s power-play goal cut the deficit to one 56 seconds into the middle stanza but Perron’s second of the

evening closed the night’s scoring at 6:35. Elliott turned aside 28 shots in defeating his former team, while Anderson made two stops on

four shots in taking the loss before giving way to Auld who made 13 saves in relief. Scratch: Butler; Injuries: Lee, Regin, Winchester;

Shots: OTT - 29, STL - 18; PP: OTT: 1-4, STL: 0-1.

Feb. 9, 4-3 win vs Nashville: Phillips celebrated his 1,000th NHL contest in style scoring twice before being recognized as the game’s

first star in a 4-3 Ottawa win over the Predators at Scotiabank Place. Spezza also scored twice and registered an assist while Butler

had a two assist game for the second time in his NHL career. The two-goal game was the fourth of Phillips’ career. Bourque, Hornqvist

and Erat scored for Nashville in a game that saw Auld make 24 saves to earn the win in goal. Rinne turned aside 25 shots in a losing

effort for the visitors. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 29, NSH - 27; PP: OTT: 2-6, NSH: 1-5.

Feb. 11, 4-3 OT loss vs Edmonton: Hall’s 19th of the campaign 17 seconds into overtime helped Edmonton to a 4-3 victory over the

Senators and a second consecutive win at Scotiabank Place. Alfredsson, Michalek and Karlsson scored for Ottawa while Spezza

registered two assists. Paajarvi, Eager and Horcoff had the Oilers’ other goals. Horcoff also tallied two assists to match a season high

with three points in a game that saw Khabibulin make 39 saves to earn the win, while Anderson made 36 saves in taking the loss for

the home side. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 42, EDM - 40; PP: OTT: 0-2,

EDM: 0-2.

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Feb. 14, 4-0 win at Tampa Bay: Spezza registered the fourth hat trick of his career, while Anderson turned aside 28 shots to earn his

second shutout of the season as Ottawa improved to 3-0-0 against the Lightning this season via a 4-0 win at Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Karlsson opened the scoring with his 10th goal of the campaign 64 seconds into the contest before later adding an assist. Spezza’s

three goals lifted him into the team lead while he reached 25 markers for the first time since the 2008-09 season. Butler recorded two

assists for the second time in three games. Garon made 23 saves in taking the loss for the Lightning. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka;

Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 27, TB - 28; PP: OTT: 1-2, TB: 0-2.

Feb. 15, 6-2 win at Florida: O’Brien scored his first NHL goal, Daugavins (one goal, one assist) and Lee (two assists) each recorded

their first career multi-point games, while Ottawa received goals from six different players in winning its ninth consecutive game against

Florida via a 6-2 decision at BankAtlantic Center. Butler recorded his fourth game-winning goal of the season while Alfredsson (one

goal, one assist), Michalek (one goal, one assist) and Kuba also scored for the visitors. Spezza registered three assists, while Florida

received goals from Matthias and Bergenheim. Anderson made a season-high 42 saves in earning the win. Clemmensen was the

goalie of record for the Panthers. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 31, FLA - 44; PP: OTT: 1-

4, FLA: 1-5.

Feb. 20, 6-0 win at N.Y. Islanders: Karlsson registered a career-high four points (two goals, two assists), while Spezza also scored

twice and Anderson made 28 saves to earn his third shutout of the season in a 6-0 decision over the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum.

Ottawa also received goals from defencemen Lee and Phillips – the first time the team had three defencemen score in one game since

10/22/09. Gonchar earned two assists while the multi-point effort for Spezza was his fifth consecutive. Poulin made three saves on five

shots in taking the loss for New York before giving way to Montoya who made 23 saves in relief. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka;

Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 32, NYI - 28; PP: OTT: 2-5, NYI: 0-3.

Feb. 22, 5-2 win vs Washington: Michalek scored twice and added an assist while Karlsson contributed a goal and two assists to help

lead the Senators to a 5-2 win over Washington at Scotiabank Place. Phillips and Foligno also scored for the home side. Foligno had an

assist for a multi-point effort while Neil matched a career-high with two helpers. The assist for Karlsson was the 100th of his NHL

career. Carlson and Perreault recorded third period tallies for the Capitals. Anderson made 33 saves to earn his fourth consecutive win,

while Vokoun made seven saves on 11 shots and was the goalie of record for Washington. Scratches: Carkner, Konopka; Injuries:

Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 26, WSH - 35; PP: OTT: 2-3, WSH: 1-5.

Feb. 25, 5-3 loss vs Boston: Bergeron scored twice and added an assist while Marchand, Camper (with his first NHL goal) and Krejci

added singles to pace the Bruins to their eighth consecutive win at Scotiabank Place via a 5-3 decision over the Senators. Alfredsson

scored twice, Spezza contributed three assists and Karlsson matched a franchise high for points among team defencemen in one

season (63) with one goal and two assists for Ottawa. Thomas made 27 saves to earn the win in goal for Boston, while Auld made a

season-high 33 saves in taking the loss for the home side. Scratches: Konopka, Lee; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots:

OTT - 30, BOS - 38; PP: OTT: 0-2, BOS: 1-2.

Feb. 26, 5-2 win vs N.Y. Islanders: Karlsson set a new franchise record among defencemen with his 64th (and 65th) points of the

season, while Ottawa received goals from five different players in a 5-2 win over the Islanders at Scotiabank Place. Michalek and

Spezza each scored their 28th goals while O’Brien, Neil and Turris contributed single markers. Neil and Turris also added an assist for

multi-point efforts while Foligno registered two helpers to do the same. Tavares and Parenteau replied for New York in a game that saw

Lehner make 28 saves for his second win of the season, while Nabokov made 19 saves in taking the loss for the Islanders. Scratches:

Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 24, NYI - 30; PP: OTT: 2-3, NYI: 0-1.

Feb. 28, 1-0 win at Boston: Lehner made 32 saves to earn his first career shutout while Karlsson scored the night’s only goal at 14:44

of the first period as the Senators defeated the Bruins 1-0 at TD Garden. The goal saw Karlsson increase his scoring streak to a careerhigh

eight games while Spezza’s assist on the tally saw him increase his to 10 contests. Gilroy skated in 14:54 time-on-ice and

recorded two shots in making his Senators debut. Thomas turned aside 37 shots in taking the loss for Boston. Scratches: Carkner,

Daugavins; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 38, BOS - 32; PP: OTT: 1-3, BOS: 0-4.

March 2, 2-1 loss vs Chicago: Hossa scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal 9:48 into the middle stanza in an eventual

2-1 Chicago win over the Senators at Scotiabank Place. Michalek opened the night’s scoring at 15:35 of the first period with his teamleading

29th goal of the campaign before Bickell tied the contest at 5:14 of the second period. Sharp contributed two assists for the

Blackhawks in a game that saw Lehner make a career-high 37 saves. Emery made 25 saves in his return to Ottawa in recording the

win for Chicago. Scratches: Carkner, Daugavins; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 26, CHI - 39; PP: OTT: 0-1,

CHI: 1-2.

March 4, 4-2 loss at Florida: The Panthers brought an end to Ottawa’s series-high nine game winning streak by recovering from a 2-0

deficit in an eventual 4-2 victory over the Senators at BankAtlantic Center. After Cowen and Neil helped Ottawa to a two-goal

advantage through 20 minutes, Florida received middle stanza markers from Goc, Barch and Samuelsson to take a one goal lead to the

second intermission. Skille closed the night’s scoring with an insurance tally at 18:34 of the third. O’Brien recorded the first assist of his

NHL career on Neil’s goal, while Weaver registered two helpers for the home side. Theodore made 23 saves to earn the win while

Lehner turned aside 24 shots in defeat. Scratches: Carkner, Daugavins, Smith; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT -

25, FLA - 28; PP: OTT: 0-2, FLA: 1-5.

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March 6, 7-3 win at Tampa Bay: Michalek established a new career-high with four points in one game (including his second career

hat-trick) as Ottawa earned its fourth season sweep of the Lightning via a 7-3 decision at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Gonchar,

Greening, Karlsson and Turris also scored for the Senators while Kuba contributed two assists. Michalek reached 30 goals and 50

points for the season in a game that saw Bishop earn his first win in his first start for Ottawa by making 25 saves. Shannon, Wallace

and Stamkos scored for the home side, while Roloson was its goalie of record after replacing an injured Garon early in the first period.

Scratches: Butler, Carkner; Injuries: Anderson, O’Brien, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 35, TB - 28; PP: OTT: 2-3, TB: 1-3.

March 8, 4-1 win vs N.Y. Rangers: Klinkhammer registered his first NHL point, while Ottawa received goals from Smith, Foligno,

Turris and Spezza in a 4-1 win over the Rangers at Scotiabank Place. Callahan provided New York with a 1-0 lead 4:36 into the contest

before the Senators tied the contest 74 seconds later. Ottawa took its first lead 13 minutes after that in rebounding to earn its first home

win over the Rangers since 11/22/08. Bishop made 25 saves to improve to 2-0-0 in his first two games with the Senators, while Biron

made 18 saves in a losing effort for New York. Scratches: Butler, Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots:

OTT - 22, NYR - 26; PP: OTT: 0-2, NYR: 0-4.

March 10, 4-3 SO loss vs Buffalo: The Sabres took their only lead when Ennis scored the game-deciding goal in the third round of the

shootout as Buffalo earned a 4-3 extra session win at Scotiabank Place. Ottawa had three separate one-goal leads throughout the

contest courtesy of goals by Condra (shorthanded) and two from Karlsson. Gerbe, Ennis and Foligno (with his first NHL goal) replied for

the Sabres. Miller turned aside 33 shots in registering the win while Bishop made a season-high 38 saves in defeat. Scratches: Butler,

Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 36, BUF - 41; PP: OTT: 0-1, BUF: 0-3.

March 14, 3-2 SO loss at Montreal: Desharnais scored the only goal of the shootout to lift the Canadiens to their third win of the

season over Ottawa via a 3-2 decision at Bell Centre. Cole opened the scoring at 13:45 of the first period before Greening tied the

contest 26 seconds later. Montreal regained the lead when Desharnais scored 24 seconds into the final frame. Karlsson helped the

Senators earn one point when he tied the contest with just less than nine minutes to play. Spezza contributed two assists in a game

that saw Price make 35 saves to earn the victory in goal. Bishop turned aside 24 shots in defeat. Scratches: Butler, Carkner, Konopka;

Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 37, MTL - 26; PP: OTT: 0-3, MTL: 0-1.

March 16, 2-1 OT win vs Montreal: Ottawa took its only lead when Kuba scored his sixth goal of the season with 1:53 remaining in

overtime in helping the Senators to a 2-1 win over Montreal at Scotiabank Place. Plekanec opened the night’s scoring with a

shorthanded marker at 8:18 of the first period before Greening tied the contest with his 15th of the campaign at 6:27 of the final stanza.

Bishop made 13 saves to earn the win in goal while Price turned aside 31 shots in taking the loss for the Canadiens. Scratches:

Carkner, Daugavins, Konopka; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 33, MTL - 14;

PP: OTT: 0-9, MTL: 0-4.

March 17, 3-1 loss vs Toronto: Reimer made 29 saves to improve to 4-0-0 in his career at Scotiabank Place, while Toronto received

goals from Connolly, Kessel and Phaneuf in a 3-1 Maple Leafs win in Ottawa. Kessel also contributed an assist while Gardiner

recorded two helpers in a game that saw an assessment of 96 penalty minutes. Greening notched his 16th of the campaign with 69

seconds remaining to close the night’s scoring. Bishop made 15 saves in taking the loss for the Senators. Scratches: Carkner,

Daugavins, Konopka; Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 30, TOR - 18; PP: OTT: 0-3, TOR: 2-4.

March 20, 1-0 loss vs New Jersey: Kovalchuk scored the night’s only goal at 17:20 of the second period in a 1-0 Devils win over

Ottawa at Scotiabank Place. Hedberg made 34 saves, including Condra’s penalty shot attempt 14 minutes into the contest, in earning

his second career shutout against the Senators and the 21st of his career. Bishop made 33 saves in taking the loss for the home side.

Scratches: Carkner, Daugavins, Spezza (flu); Injuries: Anderson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 34, NJ - 34; PP: OTT: 0-3, NJ: 1-

4.

March 23, 5-1 loss at Montreal: Cole scored three times in the game’s first six minutes to propel the Canadiens to a 5-1 win over

Ottawa at Bell Centre. Montreal also received single markers from Nokelainen and Eller while Campoli, Desharnais and Subban each

contributed two assists. Spezza, playing in his 600th career contest, notched the Senators’ lone tally. Price made 37 saves to earn the

win for Montreal, while Anderson made 20 saves in taking the loss for the visitors. Bishop made seven saves on nine shots in playing

the final 11 minutes of the first period. Scratches: Auld, Butler, Carkner, Daugavins; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 38,

MTL - 32; PP: OTT: 0-2, MTL: 2-7.

March 24, 8-4 win vs Pittsburgh: Alfredsson recorded a season-high four points, including his third shorthanded goal of the season,

while Foligno established a new career-high with three assists and Gonchar (one goal, one assist), Greening (one goal, one assist),

Michalek (one goal, two assists), Spezza (one goal, one assist) and Turris (one goal, one assist) all registered multi-point evenings to

lift the Senators to an 8-4 win over visiting Pittsburgh. Phillips scored the other goal for Ottawa while the Penguins received two

markers from Cooke and singles from Crosby and Kennedy. Anderson came on in place of an injured Bishop (17 saves) to record 19

saves and earn the win, while Thiessen made 20 saves in taking the loss for the visitors. Scratches: Butler, Gilroy, Konopka; Injuries:

Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 28, PIT - 40; PP: OTT: 2-4, PIT: 0-4.

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March 26, 6-4 win at Winnipeg: Alfredsson scored two third period goals, while Ottawa received three assists each from Karlsson and

Spezza in a 6-4 win over the Jets at MTS Centre. Turris (one goal, one assist) also had a multi-point night to help the Senators to a

sweep of their two-game road set in Winnipeg this season. Daugavins, Michalek and Neil tallied single markers for Ottawa while the

Jets received two goals from Miettinen and singles by Kane and Wellwood. Anderson made 44 saves to earn the win in goal while

Pavelec turned aside 29 shots in taking the loss for the home side. Scratches: Butler, Gilroy, Konopka; Injuries: Bishop, Regin,

Winchester; Shots: OTT - 34, WPG - 48; PP: OTT: 0-2, WPG: 1-4.

March 31, 4-3 SO win at Philadelphia: Spezza registered the game-deciding goal in the shootout after scoring once in regulation,

while Alfredsson contributed one goal and one assist to help Ottawa to a 4-3 shootout decision over the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center.

Neil also scored in the game’s opening 20 minutes to provide the visitors with a 3-0 lead before Philadelphia responded courtesy of

middle stanza markers from Simmonds, Couturier and Coburn to tie the contest through two periods. Anderson made 36 saves,

including six in overtime, to record his third consecutive win while Bobrovsky made 26 saves in taking the loss for the home side.

Scratches: Butler, Gilroy, Konopka; Injuries: Bishop, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT - 29, PHI - 39; PP: OTT: 0-4, PHI: 0-5.

April 1, 5-1 win at N.Y. Islanders: Turris matched a career-high with four points (two goals, two assists) while Foligno (one goal, one

assist), Gonchar (one goal, one assist) and Michalek (one goal, two assists) also registered multi-point efforts to help the Senators

secure a playoff berth via a 5-1 decision over the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum. New York opened the scoring courtesy of a marker

from Streit before Ottawa rebounded with five consecutive goals to earn its fourth straight win. Neil earned an assist on Turris’ second

goal for his 200th career point in a game that saw Anderson make 29 saves to earn the victory. Montoya turned aside 27 shots in a

losing effort. Scratches: Alfredsson (flu), Carkner, Konopka, Spezza (personal); Injuries: Bishop, Regin; Shots: OTT - 32, NYI - 30;

PP: OTT: 2-3, NYI: 0-3.

April 3, 2-1 loss vs Carolina: Sutter then Ruutu scored second period goals to lead the Hurricanes to a 2-1 win over the Senators at

Scotiabank Place. Spezza prevented Ward’s shutout bid with 12.5 seconds remaining in regulation time on a goal that saw Greening

reach 20 assists for the first time in his NHL career. Ward made 38 saves on the evening to earn his 29th win of the campaign for

Carolina, while Anderson made 29 saves in taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratches: Butler, Klinkhammer, Konopka; Injuries: Bishop,

Gonchar, Regin; Shots: OTT - 39, CAR - 31; PP: OTT: 0-5, CAR: 1-3.

April 5, 3-1 loss vs Boston: The Bruins scored once in each period courtesy of markers from Pouliot, Zanon and Lucic to leave

Ottawa with their third win in three attempts this season via a 3-1 decision over the Senators at Scotiabank Place. Spezza matched a

career high with his 34th goal of the campaign at 13:56 of the middle stanza, while Karlsson registered his team-leading 59th assist on

the goal. Khudobin made 44 saves to earn the victory for Boston while Bishop turned aside 24 shots in taking the loss for the home

side. Scratches: Anderson, Butler, Daugavins, Gilroy, Konopka; Injuries: Regin; Shots: OTT - 45, BOS - 27; PP: OTT: 0-3, BOS: 0-3.

April 7, 4-2 loss at New Jersey: The Devils recovered from two one-goal deficits in an eventual 4-2 win over the Senators in the

season finale for both teams at Prudential Center. Gilroy recorded his first goal with Ottawa just under 11 minutes into the contest

before Kovalchuk tied the game at 15:26. O’Brien’s third of the campaign at 13:59 of the middle stanza restored the visitors’ lead, but

Sykora provided New Jersey with the equalizer at 17:43. Gionta helped the Devils to their first lead with his first NHL goal at 10:55 of

the final frame before Kovalchuk’s second of the afternoon at 19:17 into an empty net closed the game’s scoring. Brodeur turned aside

31 shots to earn his 31st win of the season while Anderson made 30 saves in taking the loss for Ottawa. Scratches: Auld, Butler,

Carkner, Konopka; Injuries: Neil, Regin; Shots: OTT - 33, NJ - 35; PP: OTT: 0-2, NJ: 2-3.

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2011-12 notables:

- Paul MacLean completed his first full season as the 10th head coach in Senators franchise history

- Ranks fourth (Martin – 341, Murray – 107, Clouston – 95) among Senators coaches with 41 Ottawa victories

Notes:

- Named the 10th head coach in Senators franchise history on June 14, 2011

- Made his NHL coaching debut at Detroit on Oct. 7, 2011 (5-3 loss)

- Won his first game as an NHL head coach on Oct. 11, 2011, vs Minnesota (4-3 SO win)

- Guided the club to its first playoff berth since the 2009-10 season (following a 5-1 win at the N.Y. Islanders on April 1, 2012)

NHL Coaching experience Regular season Playoffs Playoff notes

Season Team G W L OT G W L

2011-12 Ottawa 82 41 31 10 7 3 4 Lost in conference quarter-final to N.Y. Rangers (3-4)

NHL totals 82 41 31 10 7 3 4

Ottawa totals 82 41 31 10 7 3 4

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30 Ben Bishop – Goaltender

Acquired: Trade from St. Louis for a second-round pick in 2013 on Feb. 26, 2012

6-7, 215 lbs. – Nov. 21, 1986

Denver

2nd NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP Min W L OT SO GA GAA Saves Sv %

Peoria – AHL 38 2,258 24 14 0 6 85 2.26 1,099 .928

Binghamton – AHL 3 179 2 1 0 0 7 2.35 118 .944

Ottawa 10 532 3 3 2 0 22 2.48 221 .909

NHL career 23 1,146 7 8 3 1 51 2.67 472 .902

2011-12 Notes:

Season notables:

- Was acquired by the Senators from the St. Louis Blues on Feb. 26, 2012

- Started three games for Binghamton (AHL) prior to March 5 recall to Ottawa … In three games with the B-Sens, earned a 2-1-0 record

- Made his Ottawa debut on March 6 at Tampa Bay (7-3 win) registering 25 saves to earn his first victory as a Senator

- Prior to Feb. 26 trade, had appeared in 38 regular season games for St. Louis’ AHL affiliate, the Peoria Rivermen, earning a record of 24-14-0

including six shutout victories

- Ranked first among all AHL goaltenders in 2011-12 shutout wins

- Was recognized as the most valuable player of the AHL All-Star Classic after turning aside 10 of the 11 shots he faced in addition to stopping all four

shootout attempts in an 8-7 Western Conference SO victory on Jan. 30 at Atlantic City, N.J.

- Was named to the 2011-12 AHL Second All-Star Team

Among all-time Senators:

- Became the 24th goalie to earn a victory for Ottawa when he did so on March 6 at Tampa Bay (7-3 win)

- Currently ranks tied for 18th among franchise goaltenders with three victories as a Senator

Season game highs:

- Shots: 41, March 10 vs Buffalo (4-3 SO loss); Saves: 38, March 10 vs Buffalo (4-3 SO loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- Following the Feb. 26 trade from St. Louis, missed four 2011-12 regular season games due to a lower body injury sustained on March 24 vs

Pittsburgh (8-4 win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff win: N/A

Last NHL playoff shutout: N/A

Pro playoff notes:

- Served as Craig Anderson’s back-up in each of Ottawa’s seven games against the N.Y. Rangers in 2012

- Has not appeared in an NHL playoff game

- Made professional playoff debut with Peoria (AHL) in 2011

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35 Alex Auld – Goaltender

Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Ottawa on July 1, 2011

6-4, 215 lbs. – Jan. 7, 1981

Cold Lake, Alta.

10th NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP Min W L OT SO GA GAA Saves Sv %

Season 14 645 2 4 2 0 36 3.35 274 .884

NHL career 237 12,986 91 88 32 6 606 2.80 5,687 .904

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Will enter the 2012-13 season nine wins shy of 100 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Earned the 90th win of his NHL career in making 32 saves on Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

Among all-time Senators:

- Moved one win ahead of Leclaire with his 17th career victory for Ottawa on Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

- Currently ranks 11th among franchise goaltenders with 18 victories as a Senator

Season game highs:

- Shots: 37, Feb. 25 vs Boston (5-3 loss); Saves: 33, Feb. 25 vs Boston (5-3 loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a lower body injury on Oct. 28 and missed the next three regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff win: April 17, 2004, at Calgary (with Vancouver)

Last NHL playoff shutout: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Made NHL playoff debut with Vancouver on May 5, 2003 (in relief)

- Made first career playoff start for Vancouver on April 15, 2004, vs Calgary

- Recorded first career playoff win with Vancouver on April 17, 2004, at Calgary in a 5-4 triple-overtime win

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Manitoba (AHL) in 2002

PLAYOFFS GP Min W L SO GA GAA Saves Sv%

NHL career 4 242 1 2 0 10 2.48 83 .892

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41 Craig Anderson – Goaltender

Acquired: Trade from Colorado for Brian Elliott on Feb. 18, 2011

6-2, 183 lbs. – May 21, 1981

Park Ridge, Ill.

9th NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP Min W L OT SO GA GAA Saves Sv %

Season 63 3,492 33 22 6 3 165 2.84 1,752 .914

NHL career 294 16,409 131 110 30 19 764 2.79 8,044 .913

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Earned his 100th career NHL victory in making 35 saves on Oct. 20 vs Winnipeg (4-1 win)

- Will enter the 2012-13 season six games shy of 300 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Was recognized as the NHL's First Star of the Week on Jan. 16 and the Third Star of the Week on Jan. 9

- Established a new career high when he started his 16th consecutive game on Feb. 3 vs N.Y. Islanders (2-1 OT loss)

- Established a new career high with his fourth assist of the season on Jan. 2 vs New Jersey (3-2 OT win)

- Registered his second highest victory total (33)

- Completed the season ranked 10th among NHL goaltenders in wins and was eighth in saves (1,752)

- Stopped one of two penalty shots he faced during the 2011-12 campaign

- Ranked 11th among all NHL goaltenders in both games played (63) and games started (60)

Among all-time Senators:

- Moved ahead of six different Ottawa goaltenders throughout the season in total wins

- Currently ranks seventh among franchise goaltenders with 44 victories as a Senator

- Is currently tied for sixth among all-time Ottawa goalies with five shutouts

Season game highs:

- Shots: 48, March 26 at Winnipeg (6-4 win); Saves: 44, March 26 at Winnipeg (6-4 win)

Molson Cup star of the game:

- Was the monthly Molson Cup award winner in December, January and February

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a right hand laceration on Feb. 22 and missed the following 12 regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff win: April 21, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff shutout: April 21, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Appeared in first NHL playoff game, and earned his first post-season victory, on April 14, 2010, at San Jose (with Colorado)

- Recorded first NHL playoff shutout and established an NHL record with 50 saves in regulation time in an eventual 51-save effort and 1-0 shutout

win vs San Jose on April 18, 2010 (with Colorado)

- Started all six post-season games for Colorado against San Jose in 2010

- Stopped 223 of 239 shots to set a Colorado franchise record for most saves in a single playoff series in the 2010 quarter-final series against San

Jose

- Stopped 194 of 208 shots to set a Senators franchise record for most saves in a single playoff series in the 2012 quarter-final series against the

N.Y. Rangers

- Became the fourth Senators goaltender to record a post-season shutout when he made a franchise-high (for playoff saves in a shutout victory) 41

stops in a 2-0 Game 5 victory at Madison Square Garden on April 21, 2012

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Norfolk (AHL) in 2002

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2 Jared Cowen – Defenceman

Acquired: Ottawa’s first-round pick, ninth overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

6-5, 230 lbs. – Jan. 25,

1991

Saskatoon, Sask.

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 82 5 12 17 56 -4 0 0 1 58 8.60 18:54

NHL career 83 5 12 17 58 -4 0 0 1 58 8.60 18:45

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the first goal (and point) of his NHL career on Nov. 1 at Boston (5-3 loss)

Senators notables:

- Was one of three Senators (Foligno, Greening) to have appeared in each of the team’s 82 games this season

- Became the first defenceman in franchise history to record four points and a +4 rating in one game on Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

- Ranked sixth among NHL rookie defencemen in scoring with 17 points

- Was one of four NHL rookies (and the only defenceman) to play in each of his team’s games

- Ranked third among NHL rookies, was sixth among all NHL defencemen and was 20th among all NHL players with 217 hits this season

- Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Butler, Kuba) to record an overtime game-winning goal this season

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 93rd place in having played 83 regular season games for Ottawa

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (5x), Assists: 3, Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win), PIM: 12, March 23 at Montreal (5-1 loss) TOI: 31:42, Dec. 8 at New Jersey (5-4 SO loss),

Shots: 3, Dec. 27 vs Montreal (6-2 loss), Hits: 7 (2x), Plus/minus: + 4 (2x), Blocked shots: 3 (6x)

Injuries and missed games:

- None

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: April 14, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, at N.Y. Rangers on April 14, 2012 (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one point in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

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4 Chris Phillips – Defenceman

Acquired: Ottawa’s first-round pick, first overall, in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft

6-3, 221 lbs. – March 9,

1978

Calgary

14th NHL season

14th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 80 5 14 19 16 12 4 0 1 85 5.90 19:07

NHL career 1,025 65 191 256 671 85 15 3 13 1,213 5.40 20:47

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 1,000th career NHL game vs Nashville on Feb. 9 (4-3 win)

- Will enter the 2012-13 season nine assists shy of 200 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Became only the second Senator (Alfredsson) in franchise history (and the team’s first defenceman) to have played 1,000 games for Ottawa

- Saw his consecutive games played streak end at 311 contests when he missed the Dec. 27 game vs Montreal (6-2 loss) due to injury

- Played in at least 80 of 82 regular season games for the sixth consecutive season and for the seventh time over the past eight campaigns

- Led Senators defencemen and was tied for 16th among all NHL blueliners with four power-play goals

Among all-time Senators:

- Surpassed Fisher (181) and Heatley (182) to currently rank seventh among all-time Senators with 191 assists

- Ranks second (Alfredsson) in having appeared in 1,025 regular season games in an Ottawa uniform

- Ranks second (Redden) among all-time Senators defencemen and is 10th among all Ottawa players in franchise scoring with 256 points

- Sits tied for 14th on the franchise’s all-time list with three shorthanded markers

- Of his 65 career goals, 13 have been game-winning markers, rendering him 12th on the franchise’s all-time list

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, Feb. 9 vs Nashville (4-3 win), Assists: 2, Nov. 29 at Winnipeg (6-4 win), PIM: 4, Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win), TOI: 26:00, Dec. 16 vs

Pittsburgh (6-4 win), Shots: 4, Dec. 30 vs Calgary (4-3 OT win), Hits: 5 (7x), Plus/minus: + 4, Nov. 29 at Winnipeg (6-4 win), Blocked shots: 7 (2x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed one regular season game due to an upper body injury (Dec. 27 vs Montreal, 6-2 loss) and one game due to a concussion (Jan. 2 vs New

Jersey, 3-2 OT win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: May 8, 2006, vs Buffalo

Last NHL playoff assist: April 26, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game against New Jersey on April 22, 1998 (2-1 OT win)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, against New Jersey on April 22, 1998 (2-1 OT win)

- Scored first career playoff goal in Game 4 of the 2001 Eastern Conference quarter-final series at Toronto on April 18, 2001 (3-1 loss)

- Scored first and only game-winning goal in overtime at New Jersey on May 21, 2003 (2-1 OT win)

- Ranks second among Senators all-time playoff leaders in games played (104), second in penalty minutes (84) and tied for 11th in goals (six)

- Skated in the 100th post-season contest (all with Ottawa) of his NHL career on April 16, 2012, against the N.Y. Rangers (1-0 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one point in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games in the playoffs:

- Missed the first three games of the 2001 quarter-final series against Toronto with a left shoulder injury sustained late in the regular season

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7 Kyle Turris – Centre

Acquired: Trade from Phoenix in exchange for David Rundblad and a secondround

pick in 2012 on Dec. 17, 2011

6-1, 195 lbs. – Aug. 14, 1989

New Westminster, B.C.

4th NHL season

1st with Ottawa

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Phoenix 6 0 0 0 4 -2 0 0 0 9 0.00 12:44

Ottawa 49 12 17 29 27 12 1 0 2 133 9.00 17:21

Season total 55 12 17 29 31 10 1 0 2 142 8.50 16:51

NHL career 186 31 44 75 70 -10 4 0 6 360 8.60 13:37

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Will enter the 2012-13 season 14 games shy of 200 for his NHL career

Season notables:

- Was acquired by the Senators from the Phoenix Coyotes on Dec. 17, 2011

- Made his Ottawa debut skating in 16:10 time-on-ice and recording an assist on Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win)

- Registered an assist in each of his first three (and in four of his first six) games with the Senators

- Scored his first goal (the game-winning marker) for Ottawa in a 4-1 win vs Tampa Bay on Jan. 5

- Registered seven multi-point contests

- Established a new career high with eight shots on goal on April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win)

- Helped the Senators to a record of 16-3-1 in games in which he had registered at least one point this season

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win), Assists: 2, April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win), PIM: 9, Jan. 7 at Philadelphia (3-2 OT loss), TOI: 21:23,

March 14 at Montreal (3-2 SO loss), Shots: 8, April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win), Hits: 2 (2x), Plus/minus: + 2 (6x), Face-offs (W/L): 17/5 (77%), Feb.

20 at N.Y. Islanders (6-0 win)

Injuries and missed games:

- Following the Dec. 17 trade from Phoenix, did not miss any regular season games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 14, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game against Detroit on April 13, 2011, recording first career playoff point (goal)

- Recorded first career playoff assist on April 18, 2011 vs Detroit

- Became the 13th player in Senators franchise history to record a game-winning goal in overtime on April 18, 2012, against the N.Y. Rangers (3-2

OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one goal and two assists in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

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9 Milan Michalek – Left wing

Acquired: Trade from San Jose with Jonathan Cheechoo and a second-round

pick in 2010 for Dany Heatley and a fifth-round pick in 2010 on Sept. 12, 2009

6-2, 225 lbs. – Dec. 7, 1984

Jindrichuv Hradec, Czech

Republic

8th NHL season

3rd with Ottawa

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Season 77 35 25 60 32 4 10 1 3 212 16.50 19:33

NHL career 526 166 175 341 283 29 45 8 31 1,305 12.70 17:47

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 500th career NHL game vs St. Louis (Feb. 7, 3-1 loss)

- Recorded his 300th career point at Winnipeg (Nov. 29, 6-4 win)

2011-12 NHL All-Star Game:

- Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Karlsson, Spezza) to be voted into the 59th NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa

- Registered two points (one goal, one assist) in Team Alfredsson’s 12-9 loss vs Team Chara

Senators notables:

- Registered his 100th point as a Senator on Jan. 31 at Boston (4-3 loss)

- Ranked first among Senators in establishing a new career high with 35 goals and was third in team scoring with 60 points

- Set new personal Senators bests in games (77), goals (35), assists (25), points (60) and plus/minus (+4)

- Played in his 200th game for Ottawa on March 17 vs Toronto (3-1 loss)

- Concluded the season ranked tied for 11th in the NHL in goals and was tied for 15th among all NHL players with 10 power-play markers

- Led the Senators with 23 goals on the road

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 37th place in having played 209 regular season games for Ottawa

- Ranks tied for fifth among all-time Senators with seven shorthanded markers

- Is currently tied for 14th on the franchise’s all-time list in having scored 75 goals in a Senators uniform

Season game highs:

- Goals: 3, March 6 at Tampa Bay (7-3 win), Assists: 2 (3x), PIM: 4, March 10 vs Buffalo (4-3 SO loss), TOI: 25:18, March 16 vs Montreal (2-1 OT

win), Shots: 8, Feb. 11 vs Edmonton (4-3 OT loss), Hits: 2 (6x), Plus/minus: + 4, March 6 at Tampa Bay (7-3 win)

Molson Cup star of the game:

- Was the monthly Molson Cup award winner in October

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a concussion on Dec. 13 at Buffalo (3-2 OT win) and missed the next five regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 12, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game with San Jose against Nashville on April 21, 2006

- Recorded first career post-season point, an assist, against Nashville on April 25, 2006

- Finished tied with teammate Ryan Clowe for San Jose team lead in playoff goals with four in the 2005-06 post-season

- Scored four goals in six games during 2008 Western Conference semifinal against Dallas, including the game-winning goal in Game 4 to extend the

series

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one goal and one assist in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed Game 3 and 4 of the 2006 Western Conference semifinal series against Edmonton with an upper-body injury

- Missed Game 2 through 6 of the 2010 Eastern Conference quarter-final series against Pittsburgh with a left leg injury

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11 Daniel Alfredsson – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa’s sixth-round pick, 133rd overall, in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft

5-11, 196 lbs. – Dec. 11,

1972

Goteborg, Sweden

16th NHL season

16th with Ottawa

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Season 75 27 32 59 18 16 7 3 4 191 14.10 18:57

NHL career 1,131 416 666 1,082 467 152 128 25 67 3,219 12.90 *19:58

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 1,100th career NHL game at Anaheim on Jan. 21 (2-1 loss)

- Scored the 400th goal of his NHL career (and his third career overtime-winner) on Dec. 30 vs Calgary (4-3 OT win)

2011-12 NHL All-Star Game:

- Was one of four Senators (Karlsson, Michalek, Spezza) to be voted into the 59th NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa

- Registered three points (two goals, one assist) and a team-high seven shots on goal in Team Alfredsson’s 12-9 loss vs Team Chara

Senators notables:

- Ranked third among Senators with 27 goals and was fourth in team scoring with 59 points

- His 27 markers were the most he has scored since the 2007-08 season

- Matched a career-high in recording eight points over a three-game span from March 24 to March 31 … it was the first time that each of the three

games featured a multi-point contest

- Became only the third NHL player (Howe, Messier) at age 38 or older to record three or more shorthanded goals in one season

- Reached the 20 goal plateau for the 13th time in his 16-year NHL career

- Recorded two overtime game-winning goals, more than in any other season

- Was one of four Senators (Butler, Cowen, Kuba) to record an overtime-winning goal this season

- Was one of two Ottawa players (Butler) to record an overtime-winning goal and a shootout game-deciding goal this season

- Was one of three Senators (Condra, Smith) to record more than one shorthanded marker this season

- Currently ranks 58th on the NHL all-time scoring list

Among all-time Senators:

- Became the first Senator to reach 1,100 games in an Ottawa uniform on Jan. 21 at Anaheim (2-1 loss) and ranks first in franchise history in games

(1,131), goals (416), assists (666) and points (1,082)

- Leads the franchise in power-play goals (128), shorthanded goals (25) and game-winning goals (67)

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2 (2x), Assists: 2 (4x), PIM: 4, March 24 vs Pittsburgh (8-4 win), TOI: 23:56, March 16 vs Montreal (2-1 OT win), Shots: 7 (2x), Hits: 4, Oct.

20 vs Winnipeg (4-1 win), Plus/minus: + 4, Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

Molson Cup star of the game:

- Was the monthly Molson Cup award winner in March

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed one game due to a hip injury (Oct. 25 at Carolina, 3-2 SO win), five games due to a concussion sustained on Oct. 29 at N.Y. Rangers (5-4

SO win) and one game due to the flu (April 1 at N.Y. Islanders, 5-1 win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 26, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 24, 2010, vs Pittsburgh

NHL playoff notes:

- Was the only Senator to have appeared in each of the franchise’s first 99 playoff games, up until the start of the 2008 post-season

- Scored his and the Senators first playoff goal at Buffalo on April 17, 1997 (3-1 loss) … also his first playoff game

- Scored first game-winning and overtime playoff goal on April 23, 1997 (1-0 win) vs Buffalo

- Finished tied with linemates Jason Spezza (7-15) and Dany Heatley (7-15) for the league lead in playoff points with 14 goals and eight assists for

22 points in the 2006-07 post-season

- Recorded a goal in five straight playoff games from May 2-14, 2007 – a career first

- Senators all-time playoff leader in games played (111), goals (47), assists (43) and points (90) and is third in penalty minutes (68)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording two goals in four games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games in the playoffs:

- Missed the first two playoff games of his career and was absent from the Senators lineup for the first time in the franchise’s post-season history,

(knee/upper body injury) on April 9 and April 11, 2008, at Pittsburgh

- Missed Game 3 through 5 of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers due to a concussion

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 111 45 43 90 -4 68 23 2 11 340 13.8 *20:57

* TOI/G average does not include seasons prior to 1997-98

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14 Colin Greening – Left wing

Acquired: Ottawa's seventh-round pick, 204th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry

Draft

6-3, 212 lbs. – March 9,

1986

St. John’s, N.L.

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 82 17 20 37 46 -4 4 0 0 184 9.20 15:35

NHL career 106 23 27 50 56 -2 4 0 2 241 9.50 15:29

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 100th career NHL game vs Pittsburgh on March 24 (8-4 win)

2011-12 NHL All-Star Game:

- Was selected as one of 12 NHL rookies to participate in the 2012 NHL All-Star weekend in Ottawa

- Completed the fastest lap (12.963 seconds) as part of the fastest skater event at the 2012 Molson Canadian NHL All-Star Skills Competition

Senators notables:

- Was one of three Senators (Cowen, Foligno) to have appeared in each of the team’s 82 games this season

- Recorded the first three point game of his NHL career with three assists on Jan. 10 at Pittsburgh (5-1 win)

- Established new career highs in most statistical categories including games (82), goals (17), assists (20) and points (37)

- Ranked seventh among NHL rookies in scoring

- Concluded the season in a tie for fifth among Senators and in a tie for fourth among NHL rookies with four power-play goals

- Established a new single-game career high with eight hits on Jan. 23 at Los Angeles (4-1 loss)

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 84th place in having played 106 regular season games for Ottawa

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, Jan. 19 at San Jose (4-1 win), Assists: 3, Jan. 10 at Pittsburgh (5-1 win), PIM: 7 (2x), TOI: 22:08, Oct. 29 at N.Y. Rangers (5-4 SO win),

Shots: 9, Dec. 13 at Buffalo (3-2 OT win), Hits: 8, Jan. 23 at Los Angeles (4-1 loss), Plus/minus: + 3, Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

Injuries and missed games:

- None

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: April 23, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, against the N.Y. Rangers on April 23, 2012 (3-2 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one assist in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 7 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 12 0.0 13:59

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

15 Zack Smith – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa's third-round pick, 79th overall, in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

6-2, 212 lbs. – April 5, 1988

Maple Creek, Sask.

4th NHL season

4th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 81 14 12 26 98 4 1 2 3 134 10.40 14:04

NHL career 152 20 18 38 232 -6 1 3 3 223 9.00 13:00

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 100th career NHL game at New Jersey on Dec. 8 (5-4 SO loss)

- Reached 200 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win)

Senators notables:

- Established new NHL career-highs in games played (81), goals (14), assists (12), points (26) and plus/minus (+4)

- Recorded the first multi-point game (one goal, one assist) of his NHL career on Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win)

- Registered the first game-winning goal of his NHL career on Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win)

- Recorded his first two-goal game on Nov. 29 at Winnipeg (6-4 win) that included the first power-play goal of his NHL career and the first contest in

which he had registered the game-winning goal in consecutive games for his team

- Was one of three Senators (Alfredsson, Condra) to record more than one shorthanded marker this season

- Ranked fourth among Senators with 98 penalty minutes

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in a tie for 55th place in having played 152 regular season games for Ottawa

- Sits tied for 14th on the franchise’s all-time list with three shorthanded markers

- Ranks 28th among all-time Senators with 232 penalty minutes

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2 (2x), Assists: 1 (12x), PIM: 10 (2x), TOI: 19:32, Dec. 22 vs Florida (4-3 OT win), Shots: 5 (2x), Hits: 6 (5x), Plus/minus: + 2 (4x), Face-offs

(W/L): 10/2 (83%), Oct. 30 vs Toronto (3-2 win)

Molson Cup star of the game:

- Was the monthly Molson Cup award winner in November

Injuries and missed games:

- Did not miss any games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: April 14, 2012 at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at Pittsburgh on April 14, 2010

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, at N.Y. Rangers on April 14, 2012 (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one assist in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

- Ranked fifth in AHL post-season scoring with eight goals and 12 assists in 23 games in 2011

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 13 0 1 1 -6 15 0 0 0 20 0.0 10:37

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

16 Bobby Butler – Right wing

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 29, 2010

6-0, 189 lbs. – April 26,

1987

Marlborough, Mass.

3rd NHL season

3rd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 56 6 10 16 12 8 0 0 4 86 7.00 11:29

NHL career 94 16 21 37 22 -9 1 0 7 161 9.90 12:55

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Will enter the 2012-13 season six games shy of 100 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Established new NHL career highs in games (56) and plus-minus (+8)

- Matched a career high with at least one point in four consecutive games on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win)

- Ranked second (tie) among all Senators with four game-winning goals

- Ranked eighth among Senators in plus-minus

- Was one of four Ottawa players (Alfredsson, Cowen, Kuba) to record an overtime-winning goal this season

- Was one of two Senators (Alfredsson) to record an overtime-winning goal and a shootout game-deciding goal this season

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 85th place in having played 94 regular season games for Ottawa

- Ranks tied for 26th among all-time Senators with seven game winning goals

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, Nov. 15 at Calgary (3-1 win), Assists: 2 (2x), PIM: 2 (6x), TOI: 16:17, Feb. 25 vs Boston (5-3 loss), Shots: 5 (2x), Hits: 4, March 4 at

Florida (4-2 loss), Plus/minus: + 2 (4x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a groin injury on Oct. 13 vs Colorado (7-1 loss) and missed the next six regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game against the N.Y. Rangers on April 16, 2012 (1-0 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, and was held scoreless in three games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

- Led all AHL rookies in post-season scoring with 13 goals and four assists in 23 games in 2011 … ranked second overall (AHL) in goals

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.0 12:44

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

17 Filip Kuba – Defenceman

Acquired: Trade from Tampa Bay with Alex Picard and a 2009 first-round draft

pick (obtained from San Jose) for Andrej Meszaros on Aug. 29, 2008

6-4, 225 lbs. – Dec. 29, 1976

Ostrava, Czech Republic

13th NHL season

4th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 73 6 26 32 26 26 3 0 2 78 7.70 23:37

NHL career 793 69 254 323 337 -38 29 5 15 1,149 6.00 23:03

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the 300th point of his NHL career on Dec. 23 at Carolina (2-1 OT loss)

- Will enter the 2012-13 season seven games shy of 800 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Established a new career high in leading the Senators, while finishing tied for ninth among all NHL players (and fourth among NHL defencemen)

with a +26 plus-minus rating

- Ranked second among Senators defencemen in goals (six) and was third in points (32)

- Registered his 100th point as a Senator on Jan. 19 at San Jose (4-1 win)

- Set new personal Senators bests in games played (73) and goals

- Led the Senators while finishing the season tied for 27th among all NHL players with 149 blocked shots

- Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Butler, Cowen) to record an overtime-winning goal this season

- Registered three multi-assist contests

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 27th place in having played 261 regular season games for Ottawa

- Ranks 17th among all-time Senators with 102 assists for the franchise

- Sits sixth among franchise defencemen and 26th among all-time Senators with 116 points in an Ottawa uniform

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (6x), Assists: 3, Oct. 29 at N.Y. Rangers (5-4 SO win), PIM: 4, March 31 at Philadelphia (4-3 SO win), TOI: 33:24, Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2

SO win), Shots: 5, Feb. 4 vs Toronto (5-0 loss), Hits: 3 (3x), Plus/minus: + 4, Jan. 8 vs Philadelphia (6-4 win), Blocked shots: 6 (2x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained an upper body injury on Nov. 29 at Winnipeg (6-4 win) and missed the next nine regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 14, 2007, vs New Jersey (with Tampa Bay)

Last NHL playoff assist: April 21, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Made NHL playoff debut on April 10, 2003, with Minnesota in a 4-2 win at Colorado

- Scored first career NHL playoff goal in his NHL playoff debut against Colorado’s Patrick Roy on April 10, 2003

- Recorded first career playoff assist as part of a two-assist effort in Minnesota’s 3-2 victory over Colorado in Game 7 of the Western Conference

quarter-final on April 22, 2003 … he assisted on the tying goal and overtime-winner

- Played a career-high 36:17 in Minnesota’s 1-0 double-overtime loss to Anaheim on May 10, 2003, in the Western Conference final

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording two assists in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games in the playoffs:

- Did not play in 2010 post-season due to a back injury

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 31 4 11 15 -8 38 3 1 0 44 9.1 24:51

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

18 Jesse Winchester – Centre

Acquired: Signed as free agent on March 28, 2008

6-1, 206 lbs. – Oct. 4, 1983

Long Sault, Ont.

5th NHL season

5th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 32 2 6 8 22 2 0 1 0 52 3.80 10:38

NHL career 233 11 41 52 121 -8 0 2 1 363 3.00 10:34

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Reached 100 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Nov. 11 at Buffalo (5-1 loss)

Senators notables:

- Established a new NHL career-high in plus-minus (+2), while matching his career best with one shorthanded marker

- The shorthanded marker, with 4.9 seconds remaining in regulation-time, enabled the Senators to earn one point in the standings in an eventual 5-4

SO loss at New Jersey on Dec. 8

- Ranked second among Senators faceoff leaders (insufficient amount for league rating) with a 53.6% average

- Was limited to 32 regular season games, the fewest of his NHL career

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 31st place in having played 233 regular season games for Ottawa

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (2x), Assists: 1 (6x), PIM: 5 (2x), TOI: 15:54, April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win), Shots: 4 (2x), Hits: 5 (2x), Plus/minus: + 2 (2x), Face-offs

(W/L): 8/2 (80%), Dec. 7 vs Washington (5-3 loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a right shoulder injury on the first day of training camp that saw him miss the entire 2011-12 pre-season in addition to the first six games

of the regular season. Sustained a concussion on Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win) and missed the next 44 regular season games due to the injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played his first NHL playoff game at Pittsburgh on April 14, 2010 (5-4 win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa and was held scoreless in four games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games in the playoffs:

- Missed Game 5 through Game 7 of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers due to a concussion

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 10 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 0 16 0.0 10:08

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

19 Jason Spezza – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa’s first first-round pick, second overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry

Draft

6-3, 216 lbs. – June 13,

1983

Toronto

9th NHL season

9th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 80 34 50 84 36 11 10 0 2 232 14.70 19:55

NHL career 606 226 390 616 386 77 80 2 31 1,566 14.40 18:41

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the 200th goal of his NHL career on Nov. 27 vs Carolina (4-3 win)

- Recorded the 600th point of his NHL career on Feb. 25 vs Boston (5-3 loss)

- Played his 600th career NHL game at Montreal on March 23 (5-1 loss)

2011-12 NHL All-Star Game:

- Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Karlsson, Michalek) to be voted into the 59th NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa

- Registered two points (one goal, one assist) in Team Alfredsson’s 12-9 loss vs Team Chara

Senators notables:

- Led the Senators in scoring with 84 points, while ranking second in goals (34) and second in assists (50)

- Ranked fourth among all NHL players in scoring, while tying for ninth in NHL assists and tying for 15th in goals

- Matched a career-high in registering 34 goals for the third time in his career and for the first time since the 2007-08 campaign

- Ranked first among all NHL players in having taken 1,700 faceoffs this season

- Named NHL First Star of the Week on Dec. 19 and NHL Third Star of the Week on Feb. 20

- Became only the second Senator (Alfredsson) in franchise history to have recorded 600 points for Ottawa

- Reached the 20 goal plateau for the sixth consecutive season

- Led the Senators in scoring for the third time in his career and for the first time in consecutive seasons

- Led the Senators (amongst league rankings) and ranked 24th in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (53.5)

- Led Senators forwards and ranked 16th among all NHL players with 64 takeaways this season

- Registered two four-point games including his fourth career hat trick on Feb. 14 at Tampa Bay (4-0 win)

- Concluded the season by tallying 34 points (nine goals, 14 assists) in the campaign’s final 25 games

Among all-time Senators:

- Moved ahead of Yashin (218 and 77) to currently rank second among all-time Senators in goals and power-play goals (226 and 80)

- Ranks second among all franchise players in assists (390) and points (616)

- Moved ahead of Fisher (1,528) and Redden (1,550) to currently rank third in all-time shots on goal for Ottawa (1,566)

- Sits seventh on the franchise all-time games played list (606)

Season game highs:

- Goals: 3, Feb. 14 at Tampa Bay (4-0 win), Assists: 3 (3x), PIM: 4 (4x), TOI: 25:00, Jan. 2 vs New Jersey (3-2 OT win), Shots: 7, Dec. 30 vs Calgary

(4-3 OT win), Hits: 2 (4x), Plus/minus: + 4 (2x), Face-offs (W/L): 20/4 (83%), Jan. 2 vs New Jersey (3-2 OT win)

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed one game due to illness (March 20 vs New Jersey, 1-0 loss) and one game due to personal reasons (April 1 at N.Y. Islanders, 5-1 win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 23, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Made NHL playoff debut with Ottawa, and recorded first playoff point, an assist, first playoff goal and first playoff multi-point game vs New Jersey on

May 19, 2003 (3-1 win)

- Led Senators in points (14), while finishing tied for first in assists (nine) and second in goals (five) during the 2006 playoffs

- Finished tied with linemates Daniel Alfredsson (14-8) and Dany Heatley (7-15) for the league lead in playoff points with seven goals and 15 assists

for 22 points in the 2006-07 post-season

- Recorded an eight-game point streak (4-10) April 26 to May 14 in the 2006-07 post-season

- Ranks second among Senators all-time playoff leaders in goals (17), assists (34) and points (51)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording a team-high five points (three goals, two assists), while adding eight penalty minutes in

seven games against the N.Y. Rangers … led the team lead in goals

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 53 17 34 51 -1 26 8 0 2 131 13.0 19:21

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

22 Erik Condra – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa's seventh-round pick, 211th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry

Draft

6-0, 190 lbs. – Aug. 6, 1986

Trenton, Mich.

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 81 8 17 25 30 11 0 2 1 140 5.70 14:10

NHL career 107 14 22 36 42 10 1 2 3 188 7.40 14:35

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 100th career NHL game at Montreal on March 23 (5-1 loss)

Senators notables:

- Established new NHL career-highs in games played (81), goals (eight), assists (17), points (25), plus/minus (+11) and penalty minutes (30)

- Scored the first shorthanded goal of his NHL career on Jan. 2 vs New Jersey (3-2 OT win)

- Led Senators forwards and ranked tied for 15th among all NHL forwards with 69 blocked shots this season

- Registered a multi-goal game for the third time in his NHL career on Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win)

- Was one of three Senators (Alfredsson, Smith) to record more than one shorthanded marker this season

- Tied for sixth among Senators in plus-minus

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently ranks tied for 82nd place in having played 107 regular season games for Ottawa

- Sits tied for 20th on the franchise’s all-time list with two shorthanded markers

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win), Assists: 2 (2x), PIM: 2 (15x), TOI: 20:12, Jan. 7 at Philadelphia (3-2 OT loss), Shots: 5 (4x), Hits: 2 (2x),

Plus/minus: + 2 (6x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Did not miss any games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 12, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, a goal, at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one point in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

- Tied for third overall (AHL) with 12 assists during the 2011 Calder Cup playoffs

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 10.0 11:41

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

23 Kaspars Daugavins – Left wing

Acquired: Ottawa’s second third-round pick (91st overall) in the 2006 NHL Entry

Draft

6-1, 204 lbs. – May 18,

1988

Riga, Latvia

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton – AHL 7 4 2 6 30 0 0 1 0 14 28.60 …

Ottawa 65 5 6 11 12 -2 0 0 1 77 6.50 11:20

NHL career 66 5 6 11 12 -2 0 0 1 79 6.30 11:17

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the first goal (and point) of his NHL career on Oct. 30 vs Toronto (3-2 win)

Senators notables:

- Recalled to Ottawa on two occasions; following his Nov. 4 recall, remained with the Senators for the balance of the season

- Scored his first NHL goal (while recording his first point and the first game-winning goal of his NHL career) on Oct. 30 vs Toronto (3-2 win)

- Registered the first multi-point (one goal, one assist) game of his NHL career on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win)

- Tied for second among Senators rookies in goals (five), while ranking third among team rookies in scoring with 11 points

- Recorded six points (four goals, two assists) over seven regular season games with Binghamton (AHL)

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (5x), Assists: 1 (6x), PIM: 2 (6x), TOI: 20:15, Dec. 8 at New Jersey (5-4 SO loss), Shots: 5, Dec. 5 vs Tampa Bay (4-2 win), Hits: 4, March

10 vs Buffalo (4-3 SO loss), Plus/minus: + 2 (4x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Did not miss any games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, and was held scoreless in one game against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

- Ranked fourth in AHL post-season scoring with 10 goals and 10 assists in 23 Calder Cup playoff games in 2011

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 10:30

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

25 Chris Neil – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa’s sixth-round pick, 161st overall, in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft

6-1, 215 lbs. – June 18,

1979

Flesherton, Ont.

10th NHL season

10th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 72 13 15 28 178 -10 2 0 0 127 10.20 12:48

NHL career 731 90 110 200 1,861 0 15 0 9 928 9.70 11:11

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Reached 1,700 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Oct. 8 at Toronto (6-5 loss)

- Recorded the 100th assist of his NHL career on Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win)

- Played his 700th career NHL game on Jan. 21 at Anaheim (2-1 loss)

- Reached 1,800 penalty minutes for his NHL career on March 16 vs Montreal (2-1 OT win)

- Registered the 200th point of his NHL career on April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win)

Senators notables:

- Ranked second among Senators and was fourth in the NHL with 178 penalty minutes

- Led the Senators and finished in a tie for fifth in the NHL in hits (271)

- Averaged 3.77 hits per game and set a season high with 10 on Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win)

- His 13 goals were the second most of his NHL career, while his 15 assists were his third highest regular season total

- His 28 points matched his second highest regular season output in 10 seasons

- Recorded multi power-play goals (two) for the first time since the 2006-07 season

Among all-time Senators:

- Ranks first on the franchise’s all-time list in having recorded 1,861 penalty minutes in a Senators uniform

- Is one of four players to have appeared in 700 games for Ottawa and ranks fourth among all-time Senators with 731 games played

- Ranks 13th among all-time Senators in scoring with 200 points and is 15th in franchise history with 110 assists

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (3x), Assists: 2 (2x), PIM: 33, March 23 at Montreal (5-1 loss), TOI: 17:05, April 3 vs Carolina (2-1 loss), Shots: 6, Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1

win), Hits: 10, Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win), Plus/minus: + 2 (3x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained a right ankle injury on Nov. 9 vs N.Y. Rangers (3-2 loss) and missed the next nine regular season games due to the injury. Sustained an

upper body injury on April 6 which caused him to miss the regular season finale on April 7 at New Jersey (4-2 loss)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 23, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Made NHL playoff debut at Philadelphia on April 17, 2002 (1-0 loss)

- Scored first NHL playoff goal vs New Jersey on May 10, 2003 (3-2 OT win)

- Finished fifth in NHL with 54 hits in 20 playoff games in 2006-07 post-season

- Ottawa's all-time leader in penalty minutes in both regular season (1,861) and playoffs (153), and is fourth in playoff games played (81)

- Became the 12th player in Senators franchise history to record a game-winning goal in overtime on April 14, 2012 at N.Y. Rangers (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording three points (two goals, one assist), while adding a team-high 22 penalty minutes in

seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 81 9 6 15 2 153 1 0 1 86 10.5 9:24

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

28 Zenon Konopka – Centre

Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Ottawa on July 5, 2011

6-0, 209 lbs. – Jan. 2, 1981

Niagara-on-the Lake, Ont.

7th NHLseason

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 55 3 2 5 193 -4 1 0 1 34 8.80 7:51

NHL career 250 11 16 27 877 -36 3 0 2 161 6.80 8:34

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Reached 700 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Oct. 11 vs Minnesota (4-3 SO win)

- Played his 200th career NHL game on Oct. 22 vs Columbus (4-3 win)

- Reached 800 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2 SO win)

Senators notables:

- Made his Senators debut on Oct. 8 at Toronto (6-5 loss)

- Scored his first goal with Ottawa on his first shot as a Senator on Oct. 25 at Carolina (3-2 SO win)

- Led the Senators and ranked third among all NHL players with 193 penalty minutes

- Ranked first among Senators faceoff leaders (insufficient amount for league rating) with a 58.9% average

- Was one of 16 different Senators to record a game-winning goal this season

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (3x), Assists: 1 (2x), PIM: 20, Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2 SO win), TOI: 12:05, March 20 vs New Jersey (1-0 loss), Shots: 2 (10x), Hits: 4 (3x),

Plus/minus: + 2 (2x), Face-offs (W/L): 7/0 (100%), Dec. 30 vs Calgary (4-3 OT win)

Injuries and missed games:

- Did not miss any games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 21, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 14, 2012 (3-2 OT win)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, at N.Y. Rangers on April 14, 2012 (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording two assists in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Cincinnati (AHL) in 2005

- Ranked third in AHL post-season scoring with 11 goals and 18 assists in 19 games in 2006 with Portland

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 6 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0.0 11:17

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

36 Rob Klinkhammer – Left wing

Acquired: Trade from Chicago in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick

in 2013 on Dec. 2, 2011

6-3, 214 lbs. – Aug. 12, 1986

Lethbridge, Alta.

2nd NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Rockford – AHL 18 2 4 6 6 -4 0 0 0 31 6.50 …

Binghamton – AHL 35 12 23 35 30 -5 3 0 2 123 9.80 …

AHL Season 53 14 27 41 36 -9 3 0 2 154 9.10 …

Ottawa 15 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 26 0.00 11:27

NHL career 16 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 27 0.00 11:27

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded his first NHL assist (and point) on March 8 vs N.Y. Rangers (4-1 win)

Season notables:

- Was acquired by the Senators from the Chicago Blackhawks on Dec. 2, 2011

- Skated in 35 games for Binghamton (AHL) ranking third in team scoring upon his March 3 recall to Ottawa with 35 points (12 goals, 23 assists)

- Following March 3 recall, remained with the Senators for the balance of the season

- Made his Ottawa debut on March 4 at Florida (4-2 loss) registering 13:34 time-on-ice, a +1 rating, two shots on goal and a game-high seven hits

- Registered at least two shots on goal in eight of his 15 regular season games and at least one in 12 of 15 contests with Ottawa

- Prior to the Dec. 2 trade, he recorded two goals and four assists in 18 games with Rockford (AHL)

Season game highs:

- Goals: None, Assists: 1 (2x), PIM: 2, March 24 vs Pittsburgh (8-4 win), TOI: 18:33, March 10 vs Buffalo (4-3 SO loss), Shots: 4, March 23 at

Montreal (5-1 loss), Hits: 7, March 4 at Florida (6-2 loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- Following the Dec. 2 trade from Chicago, did not miss any regular season games with Ottawa due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

Pro playoff notes:

- Has not appeared in an NHL playoff game

- Saw first professional playoff action with Rockford (AHL) in 2009

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

39 Matt Carkner – Defenceman

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 3, 2007

6-4, 237 lbs. – Nov. 3, 1980

Winchester, Ont.

5th NHL season

4th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton – AHL 3 0 1 1 11 0 0 0 0 6 0.00 …

Ottawa 29 1 2 3 33 0 0 0 0 17 5.90 11:55

NHL career 162 4 18 22 361 0 0 0 0 144 2.80 15:15

2011-12 Notes:

Senators notables:

- Was limited to 29 regular season games, primarily due to his recovery from a September knee surgery, the fewest of his three full seasons in the

NHL

- Skated in three regular season games for Binghamton (AHL) on a conditioning assignment, registering one point and 11 penalty minutes

- Made his regular season debut with Ottawa on Dec. 10 vs Vancouver (4-1 loss), marking his first NHL action since Feb. 26, 2011, vs Philadelphia

- Recorded each of his three regular season points in Senators victories: Dec. 20 vs Buffalo (4-1 win), Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2 SO win), March 31 at

Philadelphia (4-3 SO win)

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits tied for 52nd place in having played 161 regular season games for Ottawa

- Ranks 14th on the franchise’s all-time list in having recorded 359 penalty minutes in a Senators uniform

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1, Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2 SO win), Assists: 1 (2x), PIM: 5 (3x), TOI: 17:32, Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win), Shots: 4, March 26 at Winnipeg

(6-4 win), Hits: 7, April 5 vs Boston (3-1 loss), Plus/minus: + 2 (2x), Blocked shots: 3 (3x)

Injuries and missed games:

- Underwent knee surgery in September causing him to miss the entire pre-season schedule and the first 29 regular season games

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 22, 2010, at Pittsburgh

Last NHL playoff assist: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at Pittsburgh on April 14, 2010 (5-4 win)

- Recorded first career post-season point, a goal, at Pittsburgh on April 22, 2010 (4-3, 3 OT win)

- Scored the game-winning goal in the longest game in Senators history (107:06) on April 22, 2010, at Pittsburgh (4-3, 3 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one assist and 21 penalty minutes in four games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Cleveland (AHL) in 2004

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed Game 3 of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers due to suspension

- Missed Game 7 of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers with a knee injury

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 10 1 1 2 1 33 0 0 1 5 20.0 13:59

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

42 Jim O’Brien – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa's first-round pick, 29th overall, in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft

6-2, 200 lbs. – Jan. 29, 1989

Maplewood, Minn.

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton – AHL 27 7 7 14 10 1 2 3 4 77 9.10 …

Ottawa 28 3 3 6 4 6 0 0 1 37 8.10 11:45

NHL career 34 3 3 6 6 3 0 0 1 48 6.30 11:23

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the first goal (and point) of his NHL career on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win)

Senators notables:

- Skated in 27 games for Binghamton (AHL) ranking 10th in team scoring upon his Feb. 3 recall to Ottawa with 14 points (seven goals, seven assists)

- Following Feb. 3 recall, remained with the Senators for the balance of the season

- Registered the first game-winning marker of his NHL career on Feb. 26 vs N.Y. Islanders (5-2 win)

- Led Senators rookies in plus-minus (+6) and was the lone Ottawa rookie to register a plus rating this season

- His first NHL goal on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win) represented the first occasion since 3/16/04 that three Senators first-round draft picks from the

same country (Foligno ’06 and Lee ’05 earned the assists) contributed to the same goal

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (3x), Assists: 1 (3x), PIM: 2 (2x), TOI: 16:21, March 4 at Florida (6-2 loss), Shots: 5, March 14 at Montreal (3-2 SO loss), Hits: 4 (2x),

Plus/minus: + 2 (2x), Face-offs (W/L): 5/1 (83%), March 26 at Winnipeg (6-4 win)

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed one game with an upper body injury, March 6 at Tampa Bay (7-3 win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: N/A

Last NHL playoff assist: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at N.Y. Rangers on April 12, 2012 (4-2 loss)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist on the game-winning goal, against the N.Y. Rangers on April 18, 2012 (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one point in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Saw first professional playoff action with Binghamton (AHL) in 2011

- One of seven current Senators who helped Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in six games over the Houston Aeros in 2011

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0.0 8:38

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

55 Sergei Gonchar – Defenceman

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 1, 2010

6-2, 212 lbs. – April 13,

1974

Chelyabinsk, USSR

17th NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 74 5 32 37 55 -4 2 0 1 131 3.80 22:15

NHL career 1,132 214 534 748 917 35 99 0 31 2,646 8.10 *24:29

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Played his 1,100th career NHL game on Jan. 19 at San Jose (4-1 win)

- Reached 900 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Feb. 28 at Boston (1-0 win)

- Will enter the 2012-13 season one power-play goal shy of 100 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Ranked second among Senators defencemen in points (37) and finished the season tied for sixth among all Ottawa players in scoring

- Ranked third (tie) among all Senators in assists (32) for the second consecutive season

- Scored his first game-winning goal with Ottawa in helping the Senators secure a 2012 post-season berth on April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win)

- Set new personal Senators highs in games (74), assists, points, penalty minutes (55) and blocked shots (115)

- Registered six multi-point contests

- Recorded the second fighting major of his NHL career (and first since 11/27/98) on March 17 vs Toronto (3-1 loss)

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 64th place in having played 141 regular season games for Ottawa

- Ranks tied for 14th among all-time franchise defencemen in assists (52) and is tied for 16th among all Senators defencemen in points (64)

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (5x), Assists: 2 (4x), PIM: 5, March 17 vs Toronto (3-1 loss), TOI: 27:55, Dec. 7 vs Washington (5-3 loss), Shots: 5 March 16 vs Montreal

(2-1 OT win), Hits: 3 (2x), Plus/minus: + 3 (2x), Blocked shots: 7, March 14 at Montreal (3-2 SO loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- Sustained an ankle injury on Oct. 15 at Washington (2-1 loss) causing him to miss one game. Sustained an upper body injury on Dec. 8 at New

Jersey (5-4 SO loss) causing him to miss four games. Missed two games due to a head injury sustained on Dec. 31. Missed one game due to a

lower body injury, April 3 vs Carolina (2-1 loss)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 18, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 26, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

NHL playoff notes:

- Made NHL playoff debut with Washington on May 6, 1995, at Pittsburgh

- Recorded two goals and one assist in his NHL playoff debut against the Penguins

- Registered 11 points (seven goals, four assists) in 21 games to help Washington to the 1998 Stanley Cup Final

- Recorded a career post-season high (later matched) 14 points (one goal, 13 assists) to help Pittsburgh to the 2008 Stanley Cup Final

- Tied a career-high with three assists in Game 2 against Philadelphia and assisted on a triple-overtime game-winner in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup

Final against Detroit in 2008

- Equaled a career post-season best with 14 points (three goals, 11 assists) to help Pittsburgh win the 2009 Stanley Cup … finished second among

NHL defencemen with 14 post-season points

- Notched a point in six straight games from April 25 to May 13, 2009

- Tied for second among Senators (while leading team defencemen) in scoring with four points during the 2012 post-season … tied for the team-lead

in assists (three)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one goal and three assists in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

Injuries and missed games in the playoffs:

- Missed two games in the conference semifinals (Games 5 and 6) after suffering an injury in 2009

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 125 22 62 84 9 84 12 1 7 270 8.10 *24:43

* TOI/G average does not include seasons prior to 1997-98

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

65 Erik Karlsson – Defenceman

Acquired: Ottawa's first-round pick, 15th overall, in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

6-0, 180 lbs. – May 31, 1990

Landsbro, Sweden

3rd NHL season

3rd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 81 19 59 78 42 16 3 0 5 261 7.30 25:19

NHL career 216 37 112 149 116 -19 8 0 9 555 6.70 23:15

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Recorded the 100th point of his NHL career on Dec. 16 vs Pittsburgh (6-4 win)

- Reached 100 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Jan. 14 at Montreal (3-2 SO win)

- Recorded the 100th assist of his NHL career on Feb. 22 vs Washington (5-2 win)

- Played his 200th career NHL game on March 2 vs Chicago (2-1 loss)

2011-12 NHL All-Star Game:

- Represented Ottawa at the NHL All-Star Game for the second consecutive season

- Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Michalek, Spezza) to be voted into the 59th NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa

Senators notables:

- Ranked first among Senators defencemen in goals (19), assists (59) and points (78) and was second in overall team scoring – all of which occurred

for the second consecutive season

- Finished the season in a tie for 10th among NHL players (while leading league defencemen) in scoring

- Ranked tied for third among all NHL players in assists

- Led NHL defencemen (and all Senators), while ranking 20th in the league with 261 shots on goal

- Led NHL defencemen (and all Senators), while ranking 12th in the NHL with 67 takeaways this season

- Established new franchise records for team defencemen in points, assists and multi-point games (21)

- Named NHL First Star of the Week on Feb. 27 and NHL Second Star for the month of February on March 1

- Became the youngest NHL defenceman since Brian Leetch in 1988-89 to record 70 points in one campaign

- Matched Borje Salming’s single-season career-best of 78 points to rank tied for second among all Swedish defencemen (Lidstrom – 80) in one

campaign

- Established a new personal career high with four points in one game on Feb. 20 at N.Y. Islanders (6-0 win)

- Became the first Senators defenceman to record seven points over a two-game span (Feb. 20 - 22)

- Became the third Senators defenceman to record three points and a +5 rating on March 26 at Winnipeg (6-4 win)

- Joined Redden (3x) as the only Senators defenceman to record greater than 45 points in two or more seasons

- Ranked first among Senators, and ninth among all NHL players, in average time-on-ice (25:19)

- Ranked first among Senators in game-winning goals (five)

- Recorded 10 shots (for the second time in his career) on Dec. 31 at Buffalo to mark only the third time in franchise history that a team defenceman

registered 10 or more in one game

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 34th place in having played 216 regular season games for Ottawa

- Moved ahead of Chara (146) and York (124) to currently rank third among all-time Senators defencemen in points (149)

- Ranks tied for 17th among all-time Senators in game-winning goals (nine) and is 20th with 555 shots on goal in an Ottawa uniform

- Sits 19th all-time and is one of two players (Havlat – 298) among the top 20 all-time Senators in scoring to have skated in fewer than 300 games

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2 (2x), Assists: 3 (3x), PIM: 4 (4x), TOI: 32:44, Feb. 7 vs St. Louis (3-1 loss), Shots: 10, Dec. 31 at Buffalo (3-2 SO win), Hits: 4, Oct. 7 at

Detroit (5-3 loss), Plus/minus: + 5 (2x), Blocked shots: 4, Jan. 5 vs Tampa Bay (4-1 win)

Injuries and missed games:

- Missed one game due to an upper body injury, Jan. 12 at Pittsburgh (5-1 win)

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 14, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 22, 2010, at Pittsburgh

Pro playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game and recorded first playoff point, an assist, at Pittsburgh on April 14, 2010

- Recorded six points (one goal, five assists) while adding four penalty minutes in six games against Pittsburgh in 2010

- Recorded back-to-back multi-point games in Game 4 (two assists) and Game 5 (two assists) and had multi-point efforts in three games against

Pittsburgh during the 2010 Eastern Conference quarter-final series

- Played a team-high 40:38 in Ottawa’s 4-3 triple-overtime win on April 22, 2010

- Established a new franchise high by recording 10 shots on goal in one playoff game on April 14, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers (3-2 OT win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one goal in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 13 2 5 7 -4 8 2 0 0 43 4.7 25:36

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

71 Nick Foligno – Left wing

Acquired: Ottawa's first-round pick, 28th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft

6-0, 210 lbs. – Oct. 31, 1987

Buffalo, N.Y.

5th NHL season

5th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 82 15 32 47 124 2 1 0 3 153 9.80 14:39

NHL career 351 61 87 148 299 -21 15 0 10 574 10.60 13:53

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Reached 200 penalty minutes for his NHL career on Dec. 10 vs Vancouver (4-1 loss)

- Played his 300th career NHL game on Dec. 13 at Buffalo (3-2 OT win)

- Will enter the 2012-13 season one penalty minute shy of 300 for his NHL career

Senators notables:

- Was one of three Senators (Cowen, Greening) to have appeared in each of the team’s 82 games this season

- Is the lone Ottawa player to play in each of the team’s last two seasons and has appeared in 177 consecutive games for Ottawa

- Earned three points in one game for the first time in his NHL career on Nov. 1 at Boston (5-3 loss)

- Recorded three assists in one game for the first time in his NHL career on March 24 vs Pittsburgh (8-4 win)

- Established new career highs in goals (15), assists (32), points (47) and penalty minutes (124) this season

- Matched a career high with three game-winning goals in one season

- Ranked third (tie) among Senators in assists for the second consecutive season and ranked fifth in overall team scoring

- Ranked third among Senators and tied for 16th among all NHL players in penalty minutes

Among all-time Senators:

- Currently sits in sole possession of 18th place in having played 351 regular season games for Ottawa

- Moved ahead of Chara (146) to currently rank 20th among all-time Senators in scoring with 148 points

- Ranks tied for 15th on the franchise’s all-time list with 10 game-winning goals

Season game highs:

- Goals: 2, Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win), Assists: 3, March 24 vs Pittsburgh (8-4 win), PIM: 17, Dec. 10 vs Vancouver (4-1 loss), TOI: 20:05, Dec. 14

vs Boston (5-2 loss), Shots: 6, April 3 vs Carolina (3-1 loss), Hits: 8, Nov. 12 at Toronto (5-2 win), Plus/minus: + 3 (2x), Face-offs (W/L): 4/0 (100%),

March 17 vs Toronto (3-1 loss)

Injuries and missed games:

- None

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 14, 2012, at N.Y. Rangers

Last NHL playoff assist: April 23, 2012, vs N.Y. Rangers

Pro playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game at Pittsburgh on April 9, 2008 (4-0 loss)

- Scored first career NHL playoff goal vs Pittsburgh on April 14, 2008 (4-1 loss)

- Tied for second among Senators with four points during the 2012 post-season … tied for the team-lead in assists (three)

- Last saw action in the 2012 playoffs with Ottawa, recording one goal and three assists in seven games against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 17 2 4 6 -2 12 0 0 0 34 5.9 15:18

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

97 Matt Gilroy – Defenceman

Acquired: Trade from Tampa Bay in exchange for Brian Lee on Feb. 27, 2012

6-1, 201 lbs. – July 20, 1984

North Bellmore, N.Y.

3rd NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Tampa Bay 53 2 15 17 16 2 0 0 0 60 3.30 17:36

Ottawa 14 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 20 5.00 17:08

Season total 67 3 17 20 18 2 0 0 0 80 3.80 17:30

NHL career 194 10 36 46 55 7 0 0 2 237 4.20 16:05

2011-12 Notes:

Milestones:

- Will enter the 2012-13 season six games shy of 200 for his NHL career

Season notables:

- Was acquired by the Senators from the Tampa Bay Lightning on Feb. 27, 2012

- Made his Senators debut, skating in 14:54 time-on-ice and registering two shots on goal on Feb. 28 at Boston (1-0 win)

- Recorded his first point as a Senator with an assist on March 2 vs Chicago (2-1 loss)

- Registered his first goal and his first multi-point game with Ottawa in the team’s regular season finale on April 7 at New Jersey (4-2 loss)

- Prior to the Feb. 27 trade, he recorded 17 points (two goals, 15 assists) while earning a +2 rating in 53 games with Tampa Bay

- Established a new career-high with seven shots on goal on Jan. 5 vs Ottawa (with Tampa Bay)

Season game highs:

- Goals: 1 (3x), Assists: 2 (3x), PIM: 2 (9x), TOI: 25:05, Nov. 6 at Florida (with Tampa Bay), Shots: 7, Jan. 5 vs Ottawa (with Tampa Bay), Hits: 5,

April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win), Plus/minus: + 3, Oct. 17 vs Florida (with Tampa Bay), Blocked shots: 4, Nov. 4 vs Chicago (with Tampa Bay)

Injuries and missed games:

- Following the Feb. 27 trade from Tampa Bay, did not miss any regular season games due to injury

Playoff experience:

Last NHL playoff goal: April 13, 2011, at Washington (with N.Y. Rangers)

Last NHL playoff assist: N/A

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game vs Washington on April 13, 2011, recording his first career playoff point (goal)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, and was held scoreless in three games against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 8 1 0 1 -1 2 0 0 0 13 7.7 14:38

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

33 Jakob Silfverberg – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa's first second-round pick, 39th overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

6-2, 190 lbs – Oct. 13, 1990

Gavle, Sweden

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game (also his NHL debut) vs N.Y. Rangers on April 23, 2012 (3-2 loss)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, and was held scoreless in two games against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 9:11

60 Mark Stone – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa's sixth-round pick, 178th overall, in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft

6-3, 203 lbs – May 13, 1992

Winnipeg

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

NHL playoff notes:

- Played first NHL playoff game (also his NHL debut) at N.Y. Rangers on April 21, 2012 (2-0 win)

- Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, at N.Y. Rangers on April 21, 2012 (2-0 win)

- Last appeared in the playoffs in 2012 with Ottawa, recording one point in one game against the N.Y. Rangers

PLAYOFFS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/G

NHL career 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 8:43

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

40 Robin Lehner – Goaltender

Acquired: Ottawa's second-round pick, 46th overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

6-4, 241 lbs – July 24, 1991

Goteborg, Sweden

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP Min W L SOL SO GA GAA Saves Sv %

Binghamton - AHL 40 2,192 13 22 1 2 119 3.26 1,156 .907

Ottawa 5 299 3 2 0 0 10 2.01 144 .935

NHL career 13 640 4 6 0 0 30 2.81 332 .910

13 Peter Regin – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa's second third-round pick, 87th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft

6-2, 200 lbs – April 16, 1986

Herning, Denmark

4th NHL season

4th with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Season 10 2 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 15 13.30 14:06

NHL career 151 19 33 52 36 9 1 0 3 244 7.80 12:59

20 Andre Petersson – Right wing

Acquired: Ottawa's first fourth-round pick, 109th overall, in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

5-9, 179 lbs – Sept. 11, 1990

Olofstrom, Sweden

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton - AHL 60 23 21 44 20 -7 6 0 4 166 13.90 …

Ottawa 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0.00 5:02

NHL career 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0.00 5:02

21 Nikita Filatov – Left wing

Acquired: Trade from Columbus in exchange for Ottawa's 2011 third-round pick (66th

overall) on June 25, 2011

6-0, 190 lbs – May 25, 1990

Moscow

4th NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton - AHL 15 7 5 12 12 3 2 0 1 41 17.10 …

Ottawa 9 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 6 0.00 9:49

NHL career 53 6 8 14 20 7 0 0 2 58 10.30 10:14

24 Stéphane Da Costa – Centre

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on March 31, 2011

5-11, 185 lbs – July 11, 1989

Paris

2nd NHL season

2nd with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton - AHL 46 13 23 36 12 -12 6 0 1 104 12.50 …

Ottawa 22 3 2 5 8 -9 0 0 0 31 9.70 12:10

NHL career 26 3 2 5 8 -10 0 0 0 40 7.50 12:03

68 Mike Hoffman – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa's first fifth-round pick, 130th overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

6-0, 185 lbs – Nov. 24, 1989

Kitchener, Ont.

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton - AHL 76 21 28 49 44 -18 10 0 3 189 11.10 …

Ottawa 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0.00 9:01

NHL career 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0.00 9:01

74 Mark Borowiecki – Defenceman

Acquired: Ottawa's fifth-round pick, 139th overall, in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

6-2, 210 lbs – Dec. 7, 1989

Ottawa

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Binghamton - AHL 73 5 17 22 127 0 0 0 2 87 5.70 …

Ottawa 2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 0.00 12:30

NHL career 2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 0.00 12:30

93 Mika Zibanejad – Centre

Acquired: Ottawa's first first-round pick, sixth overall, in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft

6-1, 200 lbs – April 18, 1993

Huddinge, Sweden

1st NHL season

1st with Ottawa

2011-12 GP G A Pts PIM + / - PPG SHG GWG Shots Shot% TOI/Game

Ottawa 9 0 1 1 2 -3 0 0 0 12 0.00 12:54

Djurgardens - SEL 26 5 13 18 4 -2 … … … … … …

NHL career 9 0 1 1 2 -3 0 0 0 12 0.00 12:54

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2011-12 Ottawa Senators Season In Review

Date Opp. COWEN PHILLIPS LEE RUNDBLAD TURRIS MICHALEK ALFREDSSON

#2 #4 #5 #7 #7 #9 #11

Oct 7 @ DET 0-0 0/-1 18:02 0-0 0/-1 20:57 0-0 1/-2 21:22 DND PHX 2-0 6/1 18:01 0-1 2/-3 14:13

Oct 8 @ TOR 0-0 0/-1 16:41 0-1 1/1 18:28 0-0 1/0 16:06 DND PHX 0-1 4/0 21:27 2-0 4/-1 20:16

Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0 0/0 16:21 0-1 2/-1 19:19 DND 0-0 3/-1 20:59 PHX 0-1 3/-1 20:18 0-0 6/-1 21:16

Oct 13 Vs COL 0-0 0/0 18:25 0-0 1/-1 16:37 0-0 1/0 16:04 0-0 0/-2 12:01 PHX 1-0 2/-2 17:04 0-0 1/-1 19:36

Oct 15 @ WSH 0-0 0/0 18:40 0-0 2/0 24:45 DND 0-1 1/1 17:24 PHX 0-0 4/0 20:05 0-0 6/0 18:43

Oct 18 Vs PHI 0-0 0/-1 14:39 0-0 0/0 21:35 0-0 0/-1 19:47 0-0 2/0 16:36 PHX 0-0 2/-1 16:59 0-1 1/-1 14:22

Oct 20 Vs WPG 0-0 0/0 15:13 0-0 2/2 22:05 DND 0-0 1/1 15:56 PHX 2-1 2/1 21:29 1-0 1/1 20:50

Oct 22 Vs CBJ 0-0 1/1 15:49 0-0 0/0 19:19 DND 0-0 0/0 15:50 PHX 1-1 (W) 1/-1 21:37 0-0 2/1 18:43

Oct 25 @ CAR 0-0 0/0 14:47 0-0 0/0 21:40 DND 0-0 0/0 17:27 PHX 0-0 2/0 21:56 INJ

Oct 27 Vs FLA 0-0 1/1 18:32 0-0 2/0 19:23 DND 0-1 1/0 18:42 PHX 0-1 1/0 20:03 1-1 4/2 18:48

Oct 29 @ NYR 0-0 2/-1 13:38 0-0 0/0 19:25 DND 0-0 2/0 20:45 PHX 2-0 6/2 22:00 0-0 2/0 14:23

Oct 30 Vs TOR 0-0 0/0 17:55 0-0 1/-1 19:04 DND 0-1 0/-1 15:33 PHX 0-0 4/-1 19:26 INJ

Nov 1 @ BOS 1-0 1/0 15:23 0-0 2/-1 16:43 DND 0-0 0/-2 14:01 PHX 0-0 2/-2 19:53 INJ

Nov 4 Vs MTL 0-0 0/1 15:24 0-0 3/0 17:04 0-0 0/0 14:26 DND PHX 0-0 3/-1 20:52 INJ

Nov 5 Vs BUF 0-0 0/0 17:13 0-1 2/0 21:34 0-0 1/-1 15:36 DND PHX 1-0 3/1 18:45 INJ

Nov 9 Vs NYR 0-0 0/-2 12:27 0-0 3/0 20:27 DND 0-0 0/-2 18:13 PHX 1-0 5/-1 19:48 INJ

Nov 11 @ BUF 0-0 1/0 19:12 0-0 1/-2 18:42 DND 0-0 1/-1 15:47 PHX 0-0 4/-1 17:09 0-0 4/0 19:36

Nov 12 @ TOR 0-0 0/0 14:58 0-0 0/2 19:26 0-0 0/0 13:27 DND PHX 1-0 2/1 18:05 0-0 1/-1 16:34

Nov 15 @ CGY 0-0 1/0 17:45 0-1 2/0 17:51 0-0 1/0 14:59 DND PHX 0-0 1/0 17:42 1-0 4/0 15:55

Nov 17 @ EDM 0-0 0/1 16:23 0-0 0/2 15:43 0-0 0/0 13:28 DND PHX 1-1 (W) 1/1 15:48 0-0 1/0 14:41

Nov 20 @ VAN 0-0 0/0 15:05 0-0 1/0 17:48 0-0 0/1 12:43 DND PHX 0-0 4/0 20:59 0-0 1/-1 17:40

Nov 25 @ PIT 1-0 1/0 16:21 0-0 1/-2 19:44 0-1 0/-1 14:16 DND PHX 0-0 3/-1 20:14 0-1 1/-1 18:02

Nov 27 Vs CAR 0-0 1/-1 17:02 0-0 1/0 18:33 DND 1-0 1/0 15:37 PHX 0-0 0/0 16:45 0-0 1/0 15:13

Nov 29 @ WPG 0-0 1/-3 20:32 0-2 1/4 24:01 DND 0-0 2/1 16:57 PHX 2-0 5/1 18:23 0-1 2/1 15:24

Dec 1 @ DAL 0-1 2/2 22:21 0-0 1/0 24:47 0-0 0/-1 11:59 0-0 1/-1 11:37 PHX 1-0 4/2 20:24 0-1 3/1 18:14

Dec 3 @ WSH 0-0 1/0 28:22 0-0 0/-1 21:43 0-0 0/0 10:39 0-0 2/0 12:13 PHX 1-0 2/-1 17:52 0-1 1/0 15:56

Dec 5 Vs TB 0-1 1/0 24:20 0-1 0/1 21:01 0-0 0/1 10:56 0-0 2/1 10:22 PHX 0-0 2/1 16:14 1-1 2/2 15:38

Dec 7 Vs WSH 0-0 2/1 19:16 0-0 1/-1 22:38 0-0 0/-1 9:36 0-0 1/-1 12:18 PHX 1-0 6/-2 21:41 0-0 5/-2 20:24

Dec 8 @ NJ 0-1 2/1 31:42 0-1 2/0 22:54 0-0 1/0 14:00 0-0 1/0 15:34 PHX 1-0 2/-2 19:59 1-1 4/-1 17:59

Dec 10 Vs VAN 0-0 0/-1 25:45 0-0 0/0 20:29 0-1 1/1 13:06 0-0 2/-1 17:37 PHX 0-0 0/0 18:56 0-0 3/0 18:03

Dec 13 @ BUF 1-0 (W) 2/1 26:04 0-0 1/0 23:28 0-1 0/1 18:07 0-0 1/-1 12:17 PHX 1-0 2/1 10:05 0-0 1/0 17:46

Dec 14 Vs BOS 0-0 2/-1 27:06 0-1 1/0 20:19 0-0 1/-2 19:23 0-0 1/-1 13:46 PHX INJ 1-1 7/0 18:39

Dec 16 Vs PIT 1-3 2/4 28:11 0-0 0/0 26:00 0-1 0/0 12:42 0-0 1/-1 8:03 PHX INJ 1-2 4/4 19:49

Dec 20 Vs BUF 0-0 2/1 21:28 0-0 2/0 15:09 DND Traded to PHX 0-1 1/2 16:10 INJ 0-1 1/0 22:19

Dec 22 Vs FLA 0-1 2/-1 22:45 0-0 0/0 15:52 0-0 0/0 12:11 0-1 3/1 17:21 INJ 1-2 4/1 22:10

Dec 23 @ CAR 0-0 0/-1 23:30 0-0 1/-1 14:00 DND 0-1 1/0 18:22 INJ 0-0 1/1 17:15

Dec 27 Vs MTL 0-0 3/-1 23:37 INJ 0-0 1/-1 13:30 0-0 4/-1 18:19 0-1 2/0 20:10 0-1 5/-1 21:01

Dec 30 Vs CGY 0-0 0/-1 20:13 0-1 4/1 16:17 0-1 0/1 13:19 0-0 4/1 16:06 0-0 2/-1 20:31 1-0 (W) 3/-1 19:28

Dec 31 @ BUF 0-0 0/0 19:51 0-0 0/0 20:58 0-0 0/0 14:33 0-1 4/1 19:33 0-0 4/-1 23:09 0-0 2/0 21:30

Jan 2 Vs NJ 0-0 0/1 23:32 0-0 1/-1 9:19 0-0 1/-1 17:49 0-0 2/0 20:04 0-0 2/1 23:12 1-0 (W) 2/0 23:43

Jan 5 Vs TB 0-0 0/4 23:23 INJ 0-0 1/0 15:17 1-1 (W) 2/2 15:34 0-0 0/1 20:01 1-2 1/3 17:29

Jan 7 @ PHI 0-0 1/-2 25:45 0-0 1/-1 14:45 DND 0-0 2/0 18:28 1-0 6/0 19:59 0-0 4/0 23:15

Jan 8 Vs PHI 0-1 1/0 22:10 0-0 0/-1 18:40 DND 0-1 1/2 17:23 0-1 5/1 18:04 1-1 1/2 19:18

Jan 10 @ PIT 0-0 2/1 22:59 0-1 2/1 18:48 0-0 0/1 16:51 0-1 0/0 17:37 2-0 3/2 16:37 0-0 0/-1 19:07

Jan 12 @ NYR 0-0 0/0 24:00 0-1 0/2 15:54 0-0 0/0 13:53 0-0 4/1 15:42 1-0 2/1 20:48 0-0 0/0 16:04

Jan 14 @ MTL 0-0 1/1 25:01 0-0 0/0 16:22 INJ 1-0 4/1 18:13 0-0 2/-2 22:43 0-0 4/-1 20:06

Jan 16 Vs WPG 0-0 1/-1 19:17 0-0 3/0 15:55 INJ 0-0 1/0 15:24 0-0 1/-2 22:06 0-0 1/0 15:55

Jan 17 @ TOR 0-1 1/-1 19:39 0-0 0/-1 15:22 INJ 1-1 (W) 1/1 18:09 0-1 2/1 17:57 1-1 1/2 18:59

Jan 19 @ SJ 0-1 2/1 23:02 0-0 0/0 15:02 INJ 1-1 2/2 19:35 0-0 1/0 22:53 0-1 2/2 19:46

Jan 21 @ ANA 0-0 1/0 21:08 0-0 1/1 14:56 INJ 0-0 2/-1 15:25 0-0 1/-1 21:14 0-0 5/0 20:10

Jan 23 @ LA 0-0 2/-1 21:14 0-0 0/-1 15:03 INJ 0-0 3/-1 17:05 0-0 3/0 19:47 1-0 4/-1 17:28

Jan 24 @ PHX 0-0 0/-1 21:18 0-1 1/2 16:00 INJ 0-0 1/0 17:50 0-0 4/-1 20:39 1-0 7/1 17:23

Jan 31 @ BOS 0-0 0/0 21:59 0-0 2/-1 16:20 INJ 1-0 3/0 17:16 0-1 2/0 19:24 0-1 4/1 17:39

Feb 3 Vs NYI 0-0 2/-2 20:21 0-0 0/1 17:13 INJ 0-0 5/0 19:17 0-0 1/0 17:35 0-0 2/-1 20:00

Feb 4 Vs TOR 0-0 2/-2 17:54 0-0 2/-1 15:55 INJ 0-0 5/-2 14:55 0-0 4/0 18:44 0-0 1/-2 16:21

Feb 7 Vs STL 0-0 0/-1 14:21 0-0 3/-1 15:07 INJ 0-0 2/0 17:30 0-0 2/-1 21:02 1-0 2/0 20:22

Feb 9 Vs NSH 0-0 0/-1 14:23 2-0 (W) 2/0 22:17 0-0 0/0 13:27 0-0 1/-1 17:36 0-2 4/0 19:12 0-0 1/0 20:23

Feb 11 Vs EDM 0-0 0/-1 13:52 0-0 1/-1 19:17 0-0 0/-1 14:44 0-0 4/1 16:31 1-0 8/-1 19:36 1-0 4/2 19:09

Feb 14 @ TB 0-0 1/0 15:50 0-0 0/1 19:30 0-0 1/0 14:49 0-0 5/0 18:03 0-1 3/3 18:19 0-0 0/1 18:52

Feb 15 @ FLA 0-0 0/3 17:17 0-0 1/1 20:36 0-2 1/2 16:15 0-0 2/0 15:47 1-1 3/2 17:19 1-1 3/1 19:27

Feb 20 @ NYI 0-0 0/0 16:20 1-0 2/0 21:31 1-0 1/1 15:39 0-1 2/0 17:23 0-0 3/1 15:09 0-1 2/1 19:39

Feb 22 Vs WSH 0-0 0/0 16:01 1-0 1/1 21:17 0-0 1/0 13:44 0-0 4/0 16:34 2-1 (W) 3/1 17:25 0-1 1/0 20:12

Feb 25 Vs BOS 0-0 2/-1 13:09 0-0 0/0 22:09 DND 0-0 0/-1 15:35 0-1 6/2 23:30 2-0 3/0 20:55

Feb 26 Vs NYI 0-0 0/0 14:59 0-0 1/0 19:40 0-0 0/1 13:52 1-1 3/1 17:39 1-0 2/-2 18:09 0-0 1/-1 18:59

Feb 28 @ BOS 0-0 0/0 17:46 0-0 3/0 20:12 Traded to TB 0-0 6/0 14:54 0-1 2/0 19:25 0-0 1/0 19:28

Mar 2 Vs CHI 0-0 0/0 14:40 0-0 2/0 19:09 0-0 1/0 19:06 1-0 5/0 20:32 0-0 1/0 23:08

Mar 4 @ FLA 1-0 2/1 16:35 0-0 1/0 18:36 0-1 4/1 16:59 0-0 3/-2 18:39 0-0 1/1 18:52

Mar 6 @ TB 0-1 0/3 22:42 0-0 0/0 4:01 1-0 3/0 16:57 3-1 4/4 21:14 0-1 2/0 18:55

Mar 8 Vs NYR 0-0 1/1 20:48 0-0 0/2 17:48 1-0 2/1 16:41 0-1 2/1 20:49 0-1 4/1 16:49

Mar 10 Vs BUF 0-0 1/-1 15:27 0-0 0/1 24:17 0-0 3/-1 18:23 0-0 1/0 17:55 0-0 4/-2 21:23

Mar 14 @ MTL 0-0 0/0 14:56 0-0 2/0 22:20 0-0 4/0 21:23 0-1 1/1 21:24 0-0 4/0 22:55

Mar 16 Vs MTL 0-0 1/0 15:25 0-0 0/0 14:47 0-0 3/-1 18:16 0-0 1/0 25:18 0-1 0/1 23:56

Mar 17 Vs TOR 0-0 1/0 14:14 0-0 2/0 19:00 0-0 1/0 15:46 0-0 1/0 18:53 0-0 2/0 18:19

Mar 20 Vs NJ 0-0 0/0 16:35 0-0 0/0 15:50 0-0 2/0 18:29 0-0 4/0 18:29 0-0 4/0 20:47

Mar 23 @ MTL 0-0 0/-1 14:24 0-1 0/0 23:45 0-0 5/-1 15:15 0-1 3/-1 21:02 0-0 1/0 19:35

Mar 24 Vs PIT 0-1 0/-1 16:08 1-0 2/3 22:32 1-1 2/2 19:00 1-2 2/2 16:25 2-2 (W) 3/3 21:22

Mar 26 @ WPG 0-0 0/-2 19:25 0-0 1/1 20:42 1-1 2/2 18:13 1-0 3/0 19:37 2-0 (W) 5/3 20:38

Mar 31 @ PHI 0-0 1/0 13:51 0-0 1/1 25:52 0-0 2/0 18:09 0-0 1/-2 24:09 1-1 4/1 20:46

Apr 1 @ NYI 0-0 0/1 17:06 0-0 1/1 20:16 2-2 8/1 15:45 1-2 3/2 17:26 INJ

Apr 3 Vs CAR 0-0 0/-1 14:43 0-0 2/1 25:01 0-0 3/0 18:19 0-0 4/1 19:27 0-1 4/1 19:52

Apr 5 Vs BOS 0-0 0/0 16:50 0-0 2/0 20:38 0-0 4/-1 16:08 0-0 1/0 21:42 0-0 3/-1 16:07

Apr 7 @ NJ 0-0 1/1 17:45 0-0 1/0 21:09 0-1 0/0 16:20 0-0 2/-1 17:58 0-0 2/0 16:50

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Date Opp. REGIN GREENING SMITH BUTLER KUBA WINCHESTER SPEZZA

#13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19

Oct 7 @ DET INJ 0-0 3/-2 14:51 0-0 2/-1 12:23 0-0 1/-1 6:28 1-0 2/-1 19:58 INJ 0-2 3/1 19:09

Oct 8 @ TOR INJ 1-0 2/1 13:25 0-1 2/1 10:56 DND 0-0 1/1 19:22 INJ 1-1 5/0 23:01

Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-2 5/2 15:41 1-0 2/0 18:31 0-0 0/0 9:57 DND 0-0 2/1 22:21 INJ 0-0 3/-1 21:17

Oct 13 Vs COL 0-0 1/0 16:07 0-0 0/-1 22:06 0-0 0/0 9:17 0-0 0/0 13:06 0-0 1/-2 19:59 INJ 0-0 3/-2 18:04

Oct 15 @ WSH 1-0 1/1 12:59 0-0 1/0 11:40 0-0 1/0 13:58 INJ 0-0 3/0 23:36 INJ 0-0 3/0 18:51

Oct 18 Vs PHI 0-0 0/0 18:04 0-0 2/-1 14:28 0-1 1/0 12:24 INJ 0-0 2/-1 21:46 INJ 1-0 1/-1 17:03

Oct 20 Vs WPG 0-0 0/0 1:28 0-2 4/0 17:23 0-1 1/1 17:19 INJ 0-0 1/1 23:15 0-0 1/0 7:13 1-2 (W) 4/2 19:28

Oct 22 Vs CBJ INJ 0-0 1/-2 16:18 1-0 4/1 15:01 INJ 1-0 2/-1 23:42 0-0 2/0 7:18 1-2 3/-1 19:35

Oct 25 @ CAR INJ 0-1 3/0 20:33 0-0 2/-1 16:33 INJ 0-0 1/0 27:14 0-1 1/1 8:29 1-0 2/0 21:56

Oct 27 Vs FLA INJ 1-0 2/-1 17:24 0-0 5/0 15:42 INJ 0-0 0/0 19:15 0-0 0/0 6:08 0-1 4/-1 18:14

Oct 29 @ NYR INJ 0-1 4/2 22:08 0-0 2/0 16:28 DND 0-3 1/2 24:42 0-0 1/0 11:17 1-1 4/2 22:35

Oct 30 Vs TOR INJ 1-0 3/-1 18:11 0-1 0/1 16:05 0-0 0/1 8:52 0-1 2/1 21:59 0-0 4/0 14:05 0-0 4/-1 20:46

Nov 1 @ BOS INJ 0-0 2/-2 19:24 0-0 2/0 16:01 0-1 3/0 14:34 0-0 1/1 26:52 0-0 0/0 10:59 0-0 2/-2 20:43

Nov 4 Vs MTL INJ 0-0 4/-1 21:04 1-0 2/1 16:33 0-0 3/-1 12:18 0-1 0/-1 21:27 0-0 1/0 7:26 0-0 0/-1 21:47

Nov 5 Vs BUF INJ 0-0 0/0 12:54 0-1 2/0 18:05 0-0 1/-1 14:46 0-0 2/1 25:05 0-0 2/0 12:03 0-0 2/1 20:10

Nov 9 Vs NYR INJ 0-0 1/-1 19:40 0-0 2/-1 15:56 0-1 0/1 15:46 0-0 1/1 20:02 0-0 0/0 8:36 0-1 3/-1 20:41

Nov 11 @ BUF INJ 0-0 1/-1 13:59 0-0 3/-1 11:44 0-0 2/-1 10:30 0-0 1/-3 22:58 0-0 2/-1 13:05 0-1 3/-1 16:14

Nov 12 @ TOR INJ 0-0 1/1 14:20 1-1 (W) 3/2 16:20 0-0 0/0 8:24 0-0 0/-1 24:14 0-1 1/0 14:53 0-0 5/2 18:07

Nov 15 @ CGY INJ 0-0 3/0 16:19 0-0 1/0 16:09 2-0 (W) 4/2 8:19 0-0 0/2 24:19 0-1 2/2 13:43 0-0 2/0 16:20

Nov 17 @ EDM INJ 1-0 2/1 16:21 0-1 0/1 15:14 0-1 0/2 11:20 0-0 0/3 21:59 1-0 2/2 12:26 0-2 3/1 17:12

Nov 20 @ VAN INJ 1-0 4/1 18:11 0-0 2/0 16:52 0-0 2/1 12:32 0-0 1/-1 25:56 0-0 1/0 10:56 0-1 5/1 19:46

Nov 25 @ PIT INJ 0-0 0/-1 16:36 0-0 0/1 12:23 0-0 0/0 8:43 0-0 2/-1 22:49 0-0 2/-1 15:38 0-0 4/-1 21:18

Nov 27 Vs CAR INJ 0-0 1/0 12:14 1-0 (W) 2/0 18:19 0-1 0/1 6:32 0-1 1/1 23:52 0-0 3/0 8:58 2-0 5/0 18:03

Nov 29 @ WPG INJ 0-1 3/1 14:40 2-0 (W) 2/1 18:34 0-0 2/-1 15:14 0-0 0/0 6:34 0-1 2/0 10:31 1-0 3/-1 18:51

Dec 1 @ DAL INJ 0-0 4/-2 16:21 0-0 2/-1 15:49 0-0 3/0 9:23 INJ 0-0 1/1 9:38 0-0 3/-1 19:26

Dec 3 @ WSH INJ 0-0 3/0 13:23 0-0 3/0 16:32 0-0 0/0 14:10 INJ 0-0 3/0 13:19 0-1 3/-1 16:17

Dec 5 Vs TB INJ 0-0 1/0 14:58 2-0 2/1 16:26 0-0 0/0 13:59 INJ 0-1 4/0 11:24 0-1 2/1 19:47

Dec 7 Vs WSH INJ 0-1 2/0 15:39 0-1 1/1 12:50 0-0 2/0 12:45 INJ 0-0 1/0 10:36 0-0 2/-3 22:03

Dec 8 @ NJ INJ 0-1 2/0 14:49 0-0 2/0 18:19 0-0 0/0 11:36 INJ 1-0 2/1 10:40 0-2 0/-1 20:39

Dec 10 Vs VAN 0-0 1/0 12:29 1-0 1/1 10:34 0-0 1/-1 18:22 0-0 1/0 12:09 INJ 0-0 0/0 10:43 0-1 1/0 20:49

Dec 13 @ BUF 1-0 5/2 18:56 0-1 9/0 18:42 0-0 4/-1 14:58 DND INJ 0-0 2/-1 11:39 0-2 6/1 20:38

Dec 14 Vs BOS 0-0 1/-2 18:36 0-0 3/-2 15:14 0-0 1/0 13:02 0-0 3/-1 15:01 INJ 0-0 3/-1 10:08 1-1 6/0 18:23

Dec 16 Vs PIT 0-0 0/0 13:43 1-0 1/3 15:09 0-0 0/-1 16:29 0-0 0/0 10:17 INJ 0-0 0/0 9:56 2-2 2/4 20:30

Dec 20 Vs BUF 0-0 1/0 12:53 0-0 3/0 19:00 1-0 3/1 14:58 DND 0-0 1/2 23:00 0-0 0/0 0:59 0-1 4/0 23:26

Dec 22 Vs FLA INJ 0-1 0/1 15:17 0-0 2/-1 19:32 1-0 (W) 2/1 12:38 0-0 0/1 25:36 INJ 0-0 2/1 21:19

Dec 23 @ CAR INJ 0-0 3/0 16:38 0-0 2/0 15:27 0-0 2/-1 16:07 1-0 1/1 22:09 INJ 0-0 2/0 18:47

Dec 27 Vs MTL INJ 0-1 2/0 13:12 1-0 2/-1 12:39 0-0 5/-1 13:51 0-0 1/-1 23:20 INJ 1-0 3/0 20:41

Dec 30 Vs CGY INJ 0-0 1/0 17:59 1-0 2/2 12:39 0-0 1/1 9:25 0-0 1/0 24:08 INJ 0-0 7/0 23:48

Dec 31 @ BUF INJ 0-0 4/-1 14:52 0-1 2/1 13:59 0-0 2/1 9:07 0-0 1/1 33:24 INJ 0-0 4/-1 24:38

Jan 2 Vs NJ INJ 0-0 3/1 14:51 0-0 2/-1 12:45 0-0 3/0 11:16 0-1 0/2 29:42 INJ 1-1 3/1 25:00

Jan 5 Vs TB INJ 0-1 5/1 18:21 1-0 4/0 15:27 0-0 0/0 10:33 0-0 1/-1 24:20 INJ 1-0 2/2 19:08

Jan 7 @ PHI INJ 0-0 0/0 14:17 0-0 4/0 16:35 1-0 4/0 7:53 0-1 0/1 30:20 INJ 0-0 6/0 17:57

Jan 8 Vs PHI INJ 1-0 3/1 16:15 0-0 2/0 18:11 0-0 2/0 7:10 1-0 (W) 4/4 22:00 INJ 0-1 2/1 18:10

Jan 10 @ PIT INJ 0-3 0/2 14:02 0-0 1/1 16:35 1-0 (W) 2/1 10:23 0-1 2/1 22:27 INJ 1-1 3/2 15:37

Jan 12 @ NYR INJ 0-1 3/1 18:05 0-0 1/0 16:37 0-0 0/0 6:09 0-0 1/1 21:34 INJ 2-0 (W) 3/2 19:47

Jan 14 @ MTL INJ 0-0 3/-1 14:29 0-0 2/0 14:59 0-0 0/1 8:54 0-1 0/0 24:43 INJ 1-0 1/-2 24:55

Jan 16 Vs WPG INJ 0-0 1/-1 14:59 0-0 3/0 13:25 0-0 2/0 13:22 0-0 0/-1 25:41 INJ 0-0 1/-2 21:16

Jan 17 @ TOR INJ 0-0 1/0 14:29 0-0 1/-1 16:16 0-0 2/0 13:46 0-1 0/2 26:12 INJ 1-0 3/1 19:20

Jan 19 @ SJ INJ 2-0 5/1 16:27 0-0 1/0 7:43 0-0 0/0 8:19 0-1 1/0 25:02 INJ 0-2 2/1 20:48

Jan 21 @ ANA INJ 0-0 1/-2 18:44 0-0 1/1 13:40 DND 0-0 1/-2 23:23 INJ 0-0 1/-1 24:05

Jan 23 @ LA INJ 0-0 4/0 11:33 0-0 0/0 14:19 0-0 3/0 16:15 0-0 1/0 25:41 INJ 0-0 1/0 19:23

Jan 24 @ PHX INJ 0-0 1/-1 15:21 0-1 0/0 10:53 0-0 2/-2 13:12 0-0 1/-3 23:13 INJ 0-0 5/-1 24:02

Jan 31 @ BOS INJ 1-0 5/1 16:35 0-0 0/0 15:33 0-0 2/0 8:01 0-2 2/1 23:44 INJ 0-0 2/0 17:57

Feb 3 Vs NYI INJ 0-0 2/-1 14:56 1-0 1/1 18:25 DND 0-0 1/0 24:31 INJ 0-0 1/-1 15:44

Feb 4 Vs TOR INJ 0-0 3/-1 13:10 0-0 4/-1 15:21 DND 0-0 5/0 24:27 INJ 0-0 4/0 18:10

Feb 7 Vs STL INJ 0-0 3/-1 13:40 0-0 1/-2 12:37 DND 0-0 2/-1 24:13 INJ 0-1 1/-1 23:37

Feb 9 Vs NSH INJ 0-0 1/0 12:22 0-0 0/0 14:20 0-2 1/1 13:13 0-1 1/0 23:01 INJ 2-1 5/1 16:46

Feb 11 Vs EDM INJ 0-0 1/1 13:57 0-0 1/0 12:32 0-1 0/-1 13:09 0-0 1/1 24:44 INJ 0-2 5/-1 19:27

Feb 14 @ TB INJ 0-0 4/0 15:15 0-0 1/0 13:10 0-2 0/2 12:43 0-1 0/2 23:31 INJ 3-1 4/3 17:52

Feb 15 @ FLA INJ 0-0 1/0 13:51 0-0 1/1 11:52 1-0 (W) 4/2 12:57 1-0 2/2 22:32 INJ 0-3 1/2 15:53

Feb 20 @ NYI INJ 0-0 1/0 14:05 0-0 3/1 11:43 0-0 2/1 11:26 0-1 0/2 22:52 INJ 2-0 3/3 16:26

Feb 22 Vs WSH INJ 0-0 1/0 16:19 0-0 0/-1 8:50 0-0 0/1 10:23 0-0 0/1 25:54 INJ 0-1 1/1 15:54

Feb 25 Vs BOS INJ 0-0 1/-1 11:32 0-0 0/-2 10:47 0-0 5/1 16:17 0-0 1/0 23:44 INJ 0-3 1/2 22:14

Feb 26 Vs NYI INJ 0-1 1/1 14:23 0-0 1/0 14:20 0-0 1/-1 12:10 0-1 0/1 24:42 INJ 1-0 4/-2 17:26

Feb 28 @ BOS INJ 0-0 3/0 11:03 0-0 2/0 13:16 0-0 2/0 12:55 0-0 2/0 24:54 INJ 0-1 1/0 17:34

Mar 2 Vs CHI INJ 0-0 1/0 12:56 0-0 0/0 10:52 0-0 1/0 11:04 0-0 1/0 22:38 INJ 0-1 2/0 20:08

Mar 4 @ FLA INJ 0-0 0/-2 8:15 DND 0-0 2/-1 13:24 0-0 1/-1 25:59 INJ 0-0 0/-3 18:39

Mar 6 @ TB INJ 1-1 2/2 16:35 0-0 2/-1 11:40 DND 0-2 2/2 28:08 INJ 0-0 2/4 21:29

Mar 8 Vs NYR INJ 0-0 1/0 13:47 1-0 3/2 11:07 DND 0-1 0/0 24:36 INJ 1-0 4/1 19:31

Mar 10 Vs BUF INJ 0-0 0/0 14:36 0-0 2/0 10:43 DND 0-0 1/0 25:33 INJ 0-0 4/0 19:17

Mar 14 @ MTL INJ 1-0 3/1 13:44 0-0 0/0 9:24 DND 0-1 2/1 24:15 INJ 0-2 3/0 21:27

Mar 16 Vs MTL INJ 1-0 3/1 17:02 0-1 1/1 11:40 0-0 0/0 7:21 1-0 (W) 3/2 25:30 INJ 0-0 4/0 23:50

Mar 17 Vs TOR INJ 1-0 6/1 14:55 0-0 3/0 12:12 0-0 2/-1 11:25 0-1 1/1 24:34 INJ 0-0 1/0 20:40

Mar 20 Vs NJ INJ 0-0 2/0 13:03 0-0 2/0 13:08 0-0 2/0 9:09 0-0 0/0 24:10 INJ INJ

Mar 23 @ MTL INJ 0-0 4/-1 18:00 0-0 1/0 13:49 DND 0-0 2/-1 22:10 INJ 1-0 3/0 19:25

Mar 24 Vs PIT INJ 1-1 4/1 16:43 0-0 2/-2 13:21 DND 0-1 0/2 22:42 INJ 1-1 4/1 18:12

Mar 26 @ WPG INJ 0-0 1/-1 17:56 0-1 4/2 13:20 DND 0-1 0/3 22:36 INJ 0-3 5/2 21:09

Mar 31 @ PHI INJ 0-0 0/-1 18:16 0-0 1/0 10:09 DND 0-0 1/-1 25:27 INJ 1-0 5/-1 24:32

Apr 1 @ NYI INJ 0-1 1/1 13:54 0-0 0/0 12:49 0-1 3/1 12:04 0-0 0/0 20:40 0-1 3/1 15:54 PER

Apr 3 Vs CAR INJ 0-1 2/1 15:52 0-0 0/-1 8:24 DND 0-0 3/0 21:04 0-0 3/0 11:06 1-0 1/1 20:59

Apr 5 Vs BOS INJ 0-0 3/0 19:16 0-0 5/0 12:51 DND 0-1 0/-2 21:31 0-0 3/-1 9:12 1-0 4/0 21:30

Apr 7 @ NJ INJ 0-0 6/-1 16:11 0-0 1/0 14:03 DND 0-0 0/0 20:15 0-0 0/-1 11:25 0-0 1/-1 18:05

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Date Opp. PETERSSON CONDRA DAUGAVINS DA COSTA NEIL KONOPKA KLINKHAMMER

#20 #22 #23 #24 #25 #28 #36

Oct 7 @ DET MIN 0-0 1/-1 12:04 MIN 0-0 2/-2 14:50 0-0 4/-1 15:27 DND ROCKFORD

Oct 8 @ TOR MIN 0-0 2/0 13:20 MIN 1-0 4/-2 12:19 0-0 1/0 6:35 0-0 0/-1 6:28 MIN

Oct 11 Vs MIN MIN 0-0 0/0 9:01 MIN 0-0 2/-1 14:33 1-1 2/2 16:41 0-0 0/0 6:54 MIN

Oct 13 Vs COL MIN DND MIN 0-0 0/-1 13:24 0-0 1/-1 13:21 DND MIN

Oct 15 @ WSH MIN 0-0 3/0 13:34 MIN 0-0 0/-1 12:12 0-0 4/0 15:46 0-0 0/0 10:54 MIN

Oct 18 Vs PHI MIN 0-0 2/0 14:40 MIN 0-0 0/-1 7:57 0-0 2/-1 14:44 0-1 0/0 6:20 MIN

Oct 20 Vs WPG MIN 0-0 1/0 11:22 MIN 0-0 2/0 8:24 0-0 2/0 13:49 DND MIN

Oct 22 Vs CBJ MIN 0-1 1/1 16:04 MIN 0-0 0/0 8:23 0-1 3/1 13:23 0-0 0/0 6:52 MIN

Oct 25 @ CAR MIN 0-0 3/-1 16:10 0-0 3/-1 15:25 0-0 1/1 8:03 0-0 0/0 14:34 1-0 1/1 9:11 MIN

Oct 27 Vs FLA MIN 0-1 1/1 9:06 0-0 0/-1 14:31 1-0 2/3 15:53 0-0 3/-1 13:06 0-0 1/0 5:07 MIN

Oct 29 @ NYR MIN 0-0 1/-1 10:04 0-0 3/0 14:45 0-0 2/-1 16:51 1-0 3/0 14:04 0-0 0/0 3:19 MIN

Oct 30 Vs TOR MIN 0-0 1/0 17:42 1-0 (W) 2/1 15:13 0-0 1/0 8:13 1-0 3/0 13:31 DND MIN

Nov 1 @ BOS MIN 0-0 0/0 17:18 MIN 1-1 2/1 12:46 0-2 0/1 15:56 0-0 0/0 5:40 MIN

Nov 4 Vs MTL MIN 0-1 1/1 11:22 0-0 2/0 14:25 0-0 3/-1 15:48 0-0 3/0 13:28 DND MIN

Nov 5 Vs BUF MIN 1-0 2/1 17:46 0-0 1/-1 16:54 0-0 0/-1 14:05 0-0 2/0 13:57 DND MIN

Nov 9 Vs NYR MIN 0-0 3/0 11:11 0-0 0/-1 15:06 0-1 3/1 16:06 0-0 1/-1 14:15 0-0 0/0 5:53 MIN

Nov 11 @ BUF MIN 0-0 1/-1 13:33 0-0 1/-3 13:03 0-0 2/-2 16:15 INJ 0-0 1/-1 8:41 MIN

Nov 12 @ TOR MIN 0-0 5/2 16:18 0-1 0/2 16:35 0-0 0/-1 7:31 INJ 0-0 0/0 6:12 MIN

Nov 15 @ CGY MIN 0-0 1/0 14:49 0-0 1/0 14:20 0-0 1/0 11:48 INJ 0-0 1/2 7:43 MIN

Nov 17 @ EDM MIN 0-0 1/1 16:50 1-0 1/1 16:10 0-0 2/0 15:04 INJ 1-0 1/2 11:05 MIN

Nov 20 @ VAN MIN 0-0 3/0 14:26 0-0 1/0 14:41 0-0 1/-1 9:43 INJ 0-0 0/0 5:44 MIN

Nov 25 @ PIT MIN 1-1 3/1 15:13 1-0 3/2 14:01 0-0 1/0 7:23 INJ 0-0 0/-1 5:04 MIN

Nov 27 Vs CAR MIN 0-0 0/0 17:38 0-1 1/0 16:16 MIN INJ 0-1 2/1 6:23 MIN

Nov 29 @ WPG MIN 0-2 1/2 16:49 0-1 1/1 15:19 MIN INJ 0-0 0/-1 7:41 MIN

Dec 1 @ DAL MIN 1-0 2/0 13:42 0-0 1/0 13:35 MIN INJ 0-0 1/0 8:09 MIN

Dec 3 @ WSH MIN 0-0 1/0 15:44 0-0 1/0 14:30 MIN 0-0 2/0 9:11 0-0 1/0 9:43 BINGHAMTON

Dec 5 Vs TB MIN 0-0 1/1 17:36 0-1 5/1 17:47 MIN 0-0 1/-1 9:59 0-0 0/-1 6:25 MIN

Dec 7 Vs WSH MIN 1-0 3/1 11:38 0-0 0/0 10:58 MIN 0-0 2/-1 12:54 0-0 0/0 9:41 MIN

Dec 8 @ NJ MIN 0-0 1/0 16:37 0-0 4/0 20:15 MIN 0-0 3/-2 13:49 0-0 2/0 7:41 MIN

Dec 10 Vs VAN MIN 0-0 1/-1 16:05 0-0 4/-1 11:25 MIN 0-0 2/-1 16:46 DND MIN

Dec 13 @ BUF MIN 0-0 1/0 13:03 0-0 1/0 12:08 MIN 0-0 2/0 12:25 0-0 0/0 6:38 MIN

Dec 14 Vs BOS MIN 0-0 2/0 11:35 0-0 2/0 10:56 MIN 0-0 4/0 15:43 0-0 1/0 10:38 MIN

Dec 16 Vs PIT MIN 0-0 2/-1 16:25 0-0 2/-1 15:49 MIN 0-0 0/0 12:02 1-0 (W) 1/1 8:24 MIN

Dec 20 Vs BUF MIN 2-0 (W) 5/2 16:58 0-0 1/1 8:25 MIN 0-1 6/1 15:34 0-0 0/0 7:03 MIN

Dec 22 Vs FLA MIN 0-0 2/0 18:00 0-0 2/-1 17:18 MIN 1-1 2/-1 14:41 0-0 1/0 9:31 MIN

Dec 23 @ CAR MIN 0-0 2/-1 13:59 0-0 1/0 13:53 MIN 0-0 2/0 13:01 0-0 0/0 8:48 MIN

Dec 27 Vs MTL MIN 0-0 1/-1 8:45 0-0 0/-1 6:17 MIN 0-0 1/0 12:40 0-0 0/-1 6:11 MIN

Dec 30 Vs CGY MIN 0-0 5/0 16:10 0-0 1/0 9:30 MIN 0-1 2/0 12:21 0-0 2/-1 11:14 MIN

Dec 31 @ BUF MIN 0-2 3/2 17:15 0-0 0/0 5:20 MIN 1-0 4/1 11:50 0-0 2/0 7:29 MIN

Jan 2 Vs NJ MIN 1-0 4/1 17:40 0-0 0/-1 4:46 MIN 0-0 1/-2 10:24 0-0 0/-1 6:54 MIN

Jan 5 Vs TB MIN 0-1 2/1 17:51 0-0 0/0 8:35 MIN 0-0 0/0 10:23 0-0 0/0 8:51 MIN

Jan 7 @ PHI MIN 0-0 0/1 20:12 0-0 0/0 6:29 MIN 0-0 1/-1 11:00 0-0 0/0 7:17 MIN

Jan 8 Vs PHI MIN 0-1 1/2 18:09 0-0 0/0 6:45 MIN 1-1 4/0 14:02 0-0 2/0 5:23 MIN

Jan 10 @ PIT MIN 0-0 1/-1 17:03 0-0 2/0 10:21 MIN 1-0 2/1 14:08 0-0 1/0 9:45 MIN

Jan 12 @ NYR MIN 0-0 3/1 16:22 0-0 1/0 6:50 MIN 0-0 1/0 14:49 0-0 0/0 6:16 MIN

Jan 14 @ MTL MIN 0-0 1/0 12:35 0-0 0/0 5:52 MIN 0-0 1/0 15:35 0-0 0/0 7:25 MIN

Jan 16 Vs WPG MIN 0-0 1/-1 13:46 0-0 1/0 9:07 MIN 0-0 2/0 13:34 0-0 0/0 9:05 MIN

Jan 17 @ TOR DND 0-0 1/-1 16:32 0-1 2/1 8:10 MIN 0-0 2/-1 12:37 0-0 0/0 5:33 MIN

Jan 19 @ SJ DND 0-0 1/1 15:47 0-0 0/-1 1:52 MIN 0-0 0/0 13:57 0-0 0/-1 9:27 MIN

Jan 21 @ ANA 0-0 0/0 5:02 0-0 5/-1 17:12 0-0 0/0 6:57 DND 1-0 4/1 13:19 0-0 0/0 6:45 MIN

Jan 23 @ LA DND 0-0 0/-1 12:04 0-0 0/-1 8:57 MIN 0-0 0/0 11:35 0-0 0/-1 5:48 MIN

Jan 24 @ PHX DND 0-1 0/1 8:23 0-0 2/0 6:23 MIN 1-0 1/0 14:28 0-0 2/0 6:47 MIN

Jan 31 @ BOS MIN 0-0 1/1 16:12 0-0 0/0 8:42 MIN 0-1 0/0 13:08 0-0 2/0 7:59 MIN

Feb 3 Vs NYI MIN 0-1 2/1 20:11 0-0 2/0 8:37 MIN 0-0 1/0 11:48 0-0 0/0 10:37 MIN

Feb 4 Vs TOR MIN 0-0 3/-1 15:18 0-0 0/-1 10:38 MIN 0-0 4/0 13:15 0-0 2/-1 11:02 MIN

Feb 7 Vs STL MIN 0-0 0/0 13:33 0-0 1/0 11:47 MIN 0-0 1/-2 15:10 0-0 2/0 7:06 MIN

Feb 9 Vs NSH MIN 0-0 4/-1 13:53 0-0 1/0 12:05 MIN 0-0 1/0 9:35 DND MIN

Feb 11 Vs EDM MIN 0-0 0/0 12:01 0-0 1/0 7:44 MIN 0-0 3/-1 14:07 DND MIN

Feb 14 @ TB MIN 0-0 1/0 13:39 0-0 3/0 12:23 MIN 0-0 0/0 12:32 DND MIN

Feb 15 @ FLA MIN 0-1 2/1 13:21 1-1 2/2 10:42 MIN 0-0 2/0 12:50 DND MIN

Feb 20 @ NYI MIN 0-1 2/1 13:03 0-0 0/2 12:45 MIN 0-1 0/1 12:58 DND MIN

Feb 22 Vs WSH MIN 0-0 3/-1 13:34 0-0 1/0 10:34 MIN 0-2 1/2 13:16 DND MIN

Feb 25 Vs BOS MIN 0-0 2/-2 11:11 0-0 0/-2 9:17 MIN 0-0 1/0 10:56 DND MIN

Feb 26 Vs NYI MIN 0-0 1/0 15:53 0-0 0/0 15:26 MIN 1-1 2/2 11:16 DND MIN

Feb 28 @ BOS MIN 0-0 2/0 14:15 DND MIN 0-0 1/0 11:52 0-0 2/0 11:40 MIN

Mar 2 Vs CHI MIN 0-0 4/0 10:25 DND MIN 0-0 1/0 15:21 0-0 0/0 7:00 MIN

Mar 4 @ FLA MIN 0-0 1/-1 12:23 DND MIN 1-0 4/1 11:24 0-0 0/0 9:51 0-0 2/1 13:34

Mar 6 @ TB MIN 0-0 2/-1 12:13 0-0 1/-1 10:34 MIN 0-0 1/0 10:45 0-0 1/0 10:51 0-0 2/1 14:31

Mar 8 Vs NYR MIN 0-1 0/1 8:56 0-0 0/1 8:57 MIN 0-0 0/0 14:27 DND 0-1 1/0 12:37

Mar 10 Vs BUF MIN 1-0 2/2 9:06 0-0 2/0 9:46 MIN 0-1 0/0 13:48 DND 0-0 3/0 18:33

Mar 14 @ MTL MIN 0-0 0/-1 7:01 0-0 0/-1 4:56 MIN 0-0 2/0 13:46 DND 0-0 3/0 13:24

Mar 16 Vs MTL MIN 0-0 2/1 10:08 DND MIN 0-0 2/-1 9:48 DND 0-0 2/0 10:09

Mar 17 Vs TOR MIN 0-0 1/-1 12:32 DND MIN 0-0 1/0 8:08 DND 0-0 3/0 15:25

Mar 20 Vs NJ MIN 0-0 1/0 13:53 DND MIN 0-0 4/0 14:35 0-0 1/0 12:05 0-0 1/0 9:06

Mar 23 @ MTL MIN 0-0 2/0 14:58 DND MIN 0-0 1/-1 4:17 0-0 1/0 5:16 0-0 4/0 13:41

Mar 24 Vs PIT MIN 0-0 1/0 12:15 0-0 3/0 8:30 MIN 0-0 1/-2 9:45 DND 0-0 0/-1 8:31

Mar 26 @ WPG MIN 0-1 0/1 14:23 1-0 3/1 11:43 MIN 1-0 1/-1 5:21 DND 0-0 0/-1 5:16

Mar 31 @ PHI MIN 0-0 4/0 13:38 0-0 2/0 8:44 MIN 1-0 1/1 8:31 DND 0-1 0/0 5:27

Apr 1 @ NYI MIN 0-0 0/0 16:47 0-0 0/0 15:41 MIN 0-1 0/0 12:41 DND 0-0 1/0 11:38

Apr 3 Vs CAR MIN 0-0 2/-1 13:37 0-0 0/0 7:34 MIN 0-0 3/-1 17:05 DND DND

Apr 5 Vs BOS MIN 0-0 4/0 12:15 DND MIN 0-0 2/-1 13:14 DND 0-0 1/0 9:01

Apr 7 @ NJ MIN 0-1 2/1 13:18 0-0 2/1 13:33 MIN DND DND 0-0 3/0 10:46

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Date Opp. CARKNER O’BRIEN GONCHAR KARLSSON HOFFMAN FOLIGNO BOROWIECKI

#39 #42 #55 #65 #68 #71 #74

Oct 7 @ DET INJ MIN 0-0 0/-2 20:45 0-1 0/-1 19:05 MIN 0-0 4/-2 15:43 MIN

Oct 8 @ TOR INJ MIN 0-1 0/-1 23:29 0-3 1/-2 26:08 MIN 0-0 1/-3 12:34 MIN

Oct 11 Vs MIN INJ MIN 0-0 4/0 22:49 0-1 3/1 28:11 MIN 1-0 4/1 16:32 MIN

Oct 13 Vs COL INJ MIN 0-1 1/0 16:21 0-1 3/-1 20:38 MIN 0-0 0/0 16:19 MIN

Oct 15 @ WSH INJ MIN 0-0 0/0 8:47 0-0 2/-1 27:05 MIN 0-1 2/0 14:50 MIN

Oct 18 Vs PHI INJ MIN INJ 1-1 4/-1 25:43 MIN 0-0 2/0 18:37 MIN

Oct 20 Vs WPG INJ MIN 0-0 1/0 20:25 0-0 3/0 24:11 MIN 0-0 3/0 18:08 MIN

Oct 22 Vs CBJ INJ MIN 0-2 1/1 22:00 0-1 4/-1 23:25 MIN 0-0 1/0 16:11 MIN

Oct 25 @ CAR INJ MIN 0-2 1/0 21:14 0-0 5/0 27:49 MIN 0-0 3/0 16:17 MIN

Oct 27 Vs FLA INJ MIN 0-1 4/1 19:54 0-1 4/0 24:38 MIN 1-0 (W) 3/2 15:40 MIN

Oct 29 @ NYR INJ MIN 0-1 2/-1 21:45 0-2 5/2 29:45 MIN 0-0 0/-1 15:17 MIN

Oct 30 Vs TOR INJ MIN 0-1 2/0 21:34 0-1 2/1 24:16 MIN 0-0 0/0 12:45 MIN

Nov 1 @ BOS INJ MIN 0-0 2/-1 20:12 0-0 4/1 26:55 MIN 1-2 3/1 12:37 MIN

Nov 4 Vs MTL INJ MIN 0-0 1/0 25:13 0-0 7/-2 26:33 MIN 0-0 0/-1 15:11 MIN

Nov 5 Vs BUF INJ MIN 0-0 1/-1 22:55 0-0 4/1 27:55 MIN 0-0 1/-1 17:26 MIN

Nov 9 Vs NYR INJ MIN 0-0 3/0 23:10 0-1 4/1 25:41 MIN 1-0 2/1 16:03 MIN

Nov 11 @ BUF INJ MIN 1-0 4/-1 23:13 0-1 5/-3 21:09 MIN 0-0 0/-2 15:10 MIN

Nov 12 @ TOR INJ MIN 1-0 2/3 23:50 0-1 2/0 25:18 MIN 2-0 2/-1 13:33 MIN

Nov 15 @ CGY INJ MIN 0-1 3/0 22:34 0-1 3/2 22:58 MIN 0-1 1/0 15:36 MIN

Nov 17 @ EDM INJ MIN 0-1 1/1 26:10 0-1 1/1 26:27 MIN 0-0 0/0 14:18 MIN

Nov 20 @ VAN INJ MIN 0-1 1/1 24:24 0-0 2/-1 30:24 MIN 0-0 0/0 14:26 MIN

Nov 25 @ PIT INJ MIN 0-0 3/-1 24:10 0-1 2/0 23:09 MIN 0-2 1/-1 13:37 MIN

Nov 27 Vs CAR INJ MIN 0-2 4/1 22:42 0-2 1/1 22:28 MIN 0-0 0/0 13:02 MIN

Nov 29 @ WPG INJ MIN 0-1 1/2 25:05 0-1 5/0 26:51 MIN 1-1 3/2 15:09 MIN

Dec 1 @ DAL MIN MIN 0-0 1/1 24:48 0-0 5/-1 24:28 MIN 0-1 0/1 17:21 MIN

Dec 3 @ WSH MIN MIN 0-0 4/-2 21:36 1-0 5/1 26:39 MIN 0-1 2/0 15:16 MIN

Dec 5 Vs TB MIN MIN 0-1 4/1 26:05 0-0 0/0 26:22 MIN 1-0 (W) 4/1 14:44 MIN

Dec 7 Vs WSH MIN MIN 0-1 2/-2 27:55 0-1 3/0 25:12 MIN 1-0 1/1 13:42 MIN

Dec 8 @ NJ INJ MIN 0-0 0/0 10:10 0-1 0/-2 28:32 MIN 1-0 1/0 16:41 MIN

Dec 10 Vs VAN 0-0 2/1 15:40 MIN INJ 0-0 4/-2 24:31 MIN 0-0 1/0 8:07 MIN

Dec 13 @ BUF 0-0 0/0 14:41 MIN INJ 0-1 4/1 27:01 MIN 0-0 3/0 18:30 MIN

Dec 14 Vs BOS 0-0 1/0 15:15 MIN INJ 0-0 7/-2 24:11 MIN 0-0 3/-3 20:05 MIN

Dec 16 Vs PIT 0-0 1/0 17:32 MIN INJ 0-3 5/3 27:32 MIN 0-1 3/0 15:12 MIN

Dec 20 Vs BUF 0-1 1/1 16:40 MIN 0-0 4/0 20:00 1-1 3/2 23:43 MIN 0-0 1/2 15:21 MIN

Dec 22 Vs FLA 0-0 0/0 5:01 MIN 0-0 1/0 19:45 1-1 2/2 23:10 DND 0-0 1/0 5:56 MIN

Dec 23 @ CAR 0-0 1/-1 14:24 MIN 0-0 1/-1 26:19 0-0 2/1 23:11 0-0 0/-1 9:01 0-1 1/0 15:33 MIN

Dec 27 Vs MTL 0-0 0/0 13:54 MIN 0-1 2/0 22:01 0-0 2/-3 23:59 MIN 0-0 1/-1 16:43 MIN

Dec 30 Vs CGY DND MIN 0-1 3/0 24:51 1-1 8/1 27:12 MIN 1-0 3/2 11:33 MIN

Dec 31 @ BUF 1-0 1/0 10:45 MIN INJ 0-0 10/1 30:37 MIN 0-0 3/0 12:06 MIN

Jan 2 Vs NJ 0-0 0/-2 14:12 MIN INJ 0-2 6/1 32:39 MIN 0-0 2/0 14:19 MIN

Jan 5 Vs TB 0-0 1/0 11:02 MIN 0-1 1/3 22:02 0-0 1/0 23:56 MIN 0-1 3/0 11:58 MIN

Jan 7 @ PHI 0-0 0/0 10:29 MIN 0-1 4/-1 23:54 0-2 4/1 25:01 MIN 0-0 0/-2 12:52 MIN

Jan 8 Vs PHI 0-0 0/-1 11:57 MIN 0-0 2/-1 21:44 1-1 5/5 24:20 MIN 1-1 3/0 15:11 MIN

Jan 10 @ PIT 0-0 0/1 15:28 MIN 0-0 2/1 24:02 INJ MIN 0-2 0/2 14:10 MIN

Jan 12 @ NYR DND MIN 0-0 2/0 24:00 0-2 1/1 20:44 MIN 0-0 2/0 15:38 MIN

Jan 14 @ MTL 0-0 0/0 8:02 MIN 0-1 2/-1 26:21 0-1 3/-2 27:57 MIN 0-1 1/1 16:39 MIN

Jan 16 Vs WPG 0-0 0/0 10:07 MIN 0-0 4/-1 22:32 0-0 1/-1 26:28 MIN 0-0 2/0 12:44 MIN

Jan 17 @ TOR 0-0 0/0 13:44 MIN 0-0 1/0 18:26 0-0 1/2 26:37 MIN 0-0 2/0 14:12 DND

Jan 19 @ SJ DND MIN 0-1 1/2 22:16 1-0 (W) 2/1 22:22 MIN 0-1 1/1 16:41 0-0 0/0 13:01

Jan 21 @ ANA 0-0 1/0 8:55 MIN 0-0 3/0 25:24 0-1 4/-1 26:14 MIN 0-1 1/1 13:01 DND

Jan 23 @ LA DND MIN 0-1 1/-1 22:00 0-1 2/0 24:10 MIN 0-0 3/-1 16:02 0-0 1/-1 11:58

Jan 24 @ PHX 0-0 1/2 9:00 MIN 0-0 2/0 25:54 0-0 2/-2 24:53 MIN 0-1 2/0 19:04 DND

Jan 31 @ BOS 0-0 2/0 11:33 MIN 0-0 1/0 22:21 1-0 4/2 24:03 MIN 0-0 1/0 16:47 MIN

Feb 3 Vs NYI 0-0 0/0 14:30 0-0 0/0 6:13 0-1 0/-1 23:59 0-0 3/0 24:51 MIN 0-0 1/-2 17:32 MIN

Feb 4 Vs TOR 0-0 0/-2 12:52 0-0 3/0 10:18 0-0 2/-1 24:53 0-0 4/0 23:59 MIN 0-0 1/0 15:02 MIN

Feb 7 Vs STL 0-0 0/-1 7:27 0-0 0/0 6:20 0-1 3/-1 26:08 0-0 4/-1 32:44 MIN 0-0 2/-2 14:10 MIN

Feb 9 Vs NSH DND 0-0 1/0 9:04 0-0 1/0 25:16 0-0 3/1 21:40 MIN 0-1 2/0 13:03 MIN

Feb 11 Vs EDM DND 0-0 4/-1 11:37 0-0 1/-1 20:49 1-1 5/1 27:20 MIN 0-0 3/-1 16:32 MIN

Feb 14 @ TB DND 0-0 0/0 12:11 0-1 1/1 21:18 1-1 (W) 1/2 25:02 MIN 0-0 2/0 11:01 MIN

Feb 15 @ FLA DND 1-0 3/0 13:10 0-0 0/0 22:14 0-1 0/0 20:34 MIN 0-1 3/0 13:56 MIN

Feb 20 @ NYI DND 0-0 1/1 13:39 0-2 1/1 21:00 2-2 (W) 5/4 22:43 MIN 0-1 4/1 15:45 MIN

Feb 22 Vs WSH DND 0-0 2/2 13:16 0-1 1/1 21:12 1-2 4/1 21:57 MIN 1-1 2/1 13:43 MIN

Feb 25 Vs BOS 0-0 0/-1 11:12 0-0 2/0 10:12 0-0 0/0 23:08 1-2 3/0 26:38 MIN 0-0 3/-1 14:12 MIN

Feb 26 Vs NYI DND 1-0 (W) 1/2 9:32 0-0 3/0 21:29 0-2 1/0 25:18 MIN 0-2 2/3 12:47 MIN

Feb 28 @ BOS DND 0-0 1/0 11:28 0-0 3/0 18:56 1-0 (W) 4/0 23:27 MIN 0-0 1/0 14:01 MIN

Mar 2 Vs CHI DND 0-0 1/0 12:11 0-0 1/0 18:07 0-0 3/0 26:12 MIN 0-0 1/0 15:20 MIN

Mar 4 @ FLA DND 0-1 1/1 16:21 0-0 1/1 20:12 0-0 0/-2 22:19 MIN 0-1 2/1 12:40 MIN

Mar 6 @ TB DND INJ 1-0 2/-1 24:06 1-0 (W) 5/1 21:46 MIN 0-0 1/0 10:42 MIN

Mar 8 Vs NYR DND 0-1 0/1 15:35 0-0 2/1 21:13 0-0 1/0 22:40 MIN 1-0 (W) 1/0 10:32 MIN

Mar 10 Vs BUF DND 0-0 1/0 16:19 0-0 0/0 20:46 2-0 6/1 25:13 MIN 0-1 3/0 15:04 MIN

Mar 14 @ MTL DND 0-0 5/0 15:26 0-0 2/0 22:10 1-0 4/0 25:45 MIN 0-0 0/0 18:03 MIN

Mar 16 Vs MTL DND 0-0 1/1 11:18 0-0 5/-1 25:28 0-2 2/2 29:44 MIN 0-0 1/-1 11:52 MIN

Mar 17 Vs TOR DND 0-1 0/1 12:08 0-0 1/0 17:49 0-0 2/-1 26:59 MIN 0-0 2/0 12:49 MIN

Mar 20 Vs NJ DND 0-0 1/0 14:43 0-0 0/0 18:26 0-0 6/0 27:11 MIN 0-0 4/0 15:21 MIN

Mar 23 @ MTL DND 0-0 1/-1 15:20 0-0 4/0 21:09 0-0 3/-1 22:27 MIN 0-0 2/-1 8:00 MIN

Mar 24 Vs PIT 0-0 0/0 8:16 0-0 1/-2 13:12 1-1 1/2 26:05 0-1 1/-2 24:17 MIN 0-3 1/3 14:27 MIN

Mar 26 @ WPG 0-0 4/1 8:45 0-0 1/-1 8:02 0-0 0/-2 22:57 0-3 3/5 25:52 MIN 0-0 2/2 17:41 MIN

Mar 31 @ PHI 0-1 1/2 10:18 0-0 1/1 10:08 0-0 1/-2 24:43 0-1 1/0 30:34 MIN 0-0 2/1 15:57 MIN

Apr 1 @ NYI DND 0-0 2/0 14:53 1-1 (W) 1/1 22:50 0-0 3/0 23:05 MIN 1-1 4/0 13:51 MIN

Apr 3 Vs CAR 0-0 0/0 10:16 0-0 2/0 5:26 INJ 0-0 3/1 30:14 MIN 0-0 6/0 16:15 MIN

Apr 5 Vs BOS 0-0 0/0 13:24 0-0 0/0 10:23 0-0 3/0 22:44 0-1 6/-2 25:00 MIN 0-0 4/-2 13:37 MIN

Apr 7 @ NJ DND 1-0 1/1 10:44 0-0 1/-2 20:29 0-0 3/-1 22:43 MIN 0-1 4/0 15:49 MIN

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Date Opp. ZIBANEJAD GILROY BISHOP AULD LEHNER ANDERSON

#93 #97 #30 #35 #40 #41

Oct 7 @ DET 0-1 0/-2 13:00 TAMPA BAY PEORIA DNP MIN 5/39L 60

Oct 8 @ TOR 0-0 3/1 11:14 TB MIN 2/11L 19 MIN 4/24 40

Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0 3/-1 14:48 TB MIN DNP MIN 3/27W 65

Oct 13 Vs COL 0-0 1/-1 11:05 TB MIN DNP MIN 7/39L 60

Oct 15 @ WSH 0-0 1/0 11:09 TB MIN 2/26L 59 MIN DNP

Oct 18 Vs PHI 0-0 2/0 13:53 TB MIN 4/10L 20 MIN 3/20 40

Oct 20 Vs WPG 0-0 1/0 12:04 TB MIN DNP MIN 1/36W 60

Oct 22 Vs CBJ 0-0 1/0 14:17 TB MIN DNP MIN 3/21W 59

Oct 25 @ CAR 0-0 0/0 14:36 TB MIN DNP MIN 2/34W 65

Oct 27 Vs FLA SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/25W 60

Oct 29 @ NYR SWE TB MIN INJ DNP 4/28W 65

Oct 30 Vs TOR SWE TB MIN INJ 2/25W 60 DNP

Nov 1 @ BOS SWE TB MIN INJ DNP 5/41L 57

Nov 4 Vs MTL SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/26L 58

Nov 5 Vs BUF SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/33O 65

Nov 9 Vs NYR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/19L 59

Nov 11 @ BUF SWE TB MIN 3/15 58 MIN 2/6L 2

Nov 12 @ TOR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/33W 60

Nov 15 @ CGY SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 1/39W 60

Nov 17 @ EDM SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/24W 60

Nov 20 @ VAN SWE TB MIN 2/27O 61 MIN DNP

Nov 25 @ PIT SWE TB MIN 2/32 50 MIN 4/8L 9

Nov 27 Vs CAR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/37W 60

Nov 29 @ WPG SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/43W 60

Dec 1 @ DAL SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/32L 59

Dec 3 @ WSH SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/35O 60

Dec 5 Vs TB SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/33W 60

Dec 7 Vs WSH SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/43L 59

Dec 8 @ NJ SWE TB MIN 4/31O 65 MIN DNP

Dec 10 Vs VAN SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/28L 60

Dec 13 @ BUF SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/29W 61

Dec 14 Vs BOS SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 5/29L 60

Dec 16 Vs PIT SWE TB MIN 4/36W 60 MIN DNP

Dec 20 Vs BUF SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 1/23W 60

Dec 22 Vs FLA SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/35W 62

Dec 23 @ CAR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/38O 62

Dec 27 Vs MTL SWE TB MIN 2/21 38 MIN 4/7L 22

Dec 30 Vs CGY SWE TB MIN 3/15 20 MIN 0/17W 44

Dec 31 @ BUF SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/28W 65

Jan 2 Vs NJ SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/29W 64

Jan 5 Vs TB SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 1/36W 60

Jan 7 @ PHI SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/39O 65

Jan 8 Vs PHI SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/37W 60

Jan 10 @ PIT SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 1/30W 60

Jan 12 @ NYR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 0/34W 60

Jan 14 @ MTL SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/35W 64

Jan 16 Vs WPG SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/35L 59

Jan 17 @ TOR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/39W 60

Jan 19 @ SJ SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 1/37W 60

Jan 21 @ ANA SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/29L 58

Jan 23 @ LA SWE TB MIN 0/8 20 MIN 4/26L 40

Jan 24 @ PHX SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 3/26L 59

Jan 31 @ BOS SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/30L 59

Feb 3 Vs NYI SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/32O 63

Feb 4 Vs TOR SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 5/40L 60

Feb 7 Vs STL SWE TB MIN 1/14 55 MIN 2/4L 4

Feb 9 Vs NSH SWE TB MIN 3/27W 60 MIN DNP

Feb 11 Vs EDM SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 4/40O 60

Feb 14 @ TB SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 0/28W 60

Feb 15 @ FLA SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/44W 60

Feb 20 @ NYI SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 0/28W 60

Feb 22 Vs WSH SWE TB MIN DNP MIN 2/35W 60

Feb 25 Vs BOS SWE TB MIN 4/37L 59 DNP INJ

Feb 26 Vs NYI SWE TB BINGHAMTON DNP 2/30W 60 INJ

Feb 28 @ BOS SWE 0-0 2/0 14:54 MIN DNP 0/32W 60 INJ

Mar 2 Vs CHI SWE 0-1 1/0 19:25 MIN DNP 2/39L 59 INJ

Mar 4 @ FLA SWE 0-0 0/-1 16:40 MIN DNP 4/28L 60 INJ

Mar 6 @ TB SWE 0-0 3/1 19:17 3/28W 60 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 8 Vs NYR SWE 0-0 0/2 13:07 1/26W 60 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 10 Vs BUF SWE 0-0 3/-1 18:44 3/41O 65 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 14 @ MTL SWE 0-0 2/-1 19:41 2/26O 65 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 16 Vs MTL SWE 0-0 2/-1 13:41 1/14W 62 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 17 Vs TOR SWE 0-0 0/0 16:33 3/18L 58 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 20 Vs NJ SWE 0-0 0/0 18:38 1/34L 59 DNP MIN INJ

Mar 23 @ MTL SWE 0-0 1/-1 16:05 2/9 15 DND MIN 3/23L 45

Mar 24 Vs PIT SWE DND 3/20 29 DNP MIN 1/20W 31

Mar 26 @ WPG SWE DND INJ DNP MIN 4/48W 60

Mar 31 @ PHI SWE DND INJ DNP MIN 3/39W 65

Apr 1 @ NYI SWE 0-0 2/1 16:40 INJ DNP MIN 1/30W 60

Apr 3 Vs CAR SWE 0-0 1/-1 18:42 INJ DNP MIN 2/31L 59

Apr 5 Vs BOS SWE DND 3/27L 58 DNP MIN DND

Apr 7 @ NJ SWE 1-1 3/2 17:39 DNP DND MIN 3/34L 60

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A LOOK AT THE 2012 PLAYOFFS

2012 PLAYOFFS RECAP: Ottawa made its 13th playoff appearance in the last 15 seasons as the Eastern Conference’s eighth seed

in 2012 … The Senators were defeated four games to three by the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference quarter-final … The

club now has a record of 8-13 through 21 all-time post-season series.

ROUND 1 NOTABLES: New York (No. 1) defeated Ottawa (No. 8) in seven games in the teams’ Eastern Conference quarter-final

series – the first post-season meeting between the clubs in modern league history ... Eighteen (18) different Ottawa players recorded

at least one point in the opening round series against the Rangers … Spezza led the team in goals (three) and points (five) while

Foligno and Gonchar shared the team lead in assists with four each ... Stone recorded his first NHL point in his first NHL game in the

series’ fifth contest on April 21 at Madison Square Garden ... New York outscored Ottawa 14-13 in the series ... Ottawa went 4-for-26

(15.4 %) on the power play and 27-for-32 (84.4 %) on the penalty kill … Anderson established new franchise highs for one series in

facing 208 shots and making 194 saves ... Silfverberg joined Stone in making his NHL debut against New York when he did so in the

series’ sixth game on April 23 at Scotiabank Place.

HOME ON THE RANGE: The Senators earned a record of 1-2 at home in the 2012 playoffs and have a combined 27-29 record at

Scotiabank Place in 13 playoff appearances (1997-2010) ... The team’s playoff home record by season is as follows: 1997 (1-2),

1998 (4-1), 1999 (0-2), 2000 (2-1), 2001 (0-2), 2002 (3-2), 2003 (6-4), 2004 (2-1), 2006 (2-4), 2007 (6-3), 2008 (0-2), 2010 (0-3) and

2012 (1-2) ... Ottawa's lone playoff win this season occurred when Turris scored the game-winning goal at 2:42 of overtime to help

the Senators rebound from a 2-0 deficit in a 3-2 home win in Game 4 on April 18 ... Ottawa's most recent home loss in the postseason

was a 3-2 setback to New York in Game 6 on April 23 ... Turris’ overtime winner represented the club’s fifth home overtime

win in the playoffs, and its first since a 2-1 double overtime victory over Toronto on April 18, 2004 ... The Senators have four overtime

losses at home in the playoffs, most recently a 4-3 setback to Pittsburgh on April 24, 2010.

ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Ottawa has a combined 27-33 record on the road over 13 playoff appearances (1997-2010) …The

Senators’ playoff road record by season is as follows: 1997 (2-2), 1998 (1-5), 1999 (0-2), 2000 (0-3), 2001 (0-2), 2002 (4-3), 2003 (5-

3), 2004 (1-3), 2006 (3-1), 2007 (7-4), 2008 (0-2), 2010 (2-1) and 2012 (2-2) ... Ottawa has earned a record of 14-10 over its last 24

playoff road games dating back to the start of the 2006 playoffs ... The Senators have eight overtime playoff wins on the road in the

playoffs, most recently when Neil scored the game-winning goal in Game 2 at Madison Square Garden on April 14 ... The Senators

have seven overtime losses on the road in the playoffs, most recently a 3-2 double-overtime setback at New Jersey on April 28,

2007.

SENS ALL-TIME PLAYOFF TIDBITS: Through 21 playoff series and 13 playoff appearances (1997-2012), Ottawa has a 54-62 alltime

record and is 8-13 in playoff series ... Of the team's 62 post-season losses, 31 have been one-goal games, including 12 lost in

overtime ... Through 116 playoff games Ottawa has been outscored by its opponents 279-267 ... The Senators are 32-40 in the

playoffs when they outshoot their opponent, 21-21 when outshot and 1-1 when the shots are even.

LONGEST GAME IN HISTORY: Despite twice requiring an extra session during the series against the Rangers, the Senators

longest game remains the April 22, 2010 4-3 triple overtime victory at Pittsburgh’s Mellon Arena … Carkner scored the game winner

at 107:06 … The game featured 103 shots … Former goaltender Pascal Leclaire made 56 saves in the Ottawa goal … Karlsson led

all skaters with 40:38 of time-on-ice … The game began at 7:10 p.m. and ended at 11:40 p.m.

PLAYOFF POWERPLAY: Ottawa is 88-for-534 (16.5 %) all-time with the man-advantage in the post-season ... The Senators went

4-for-26 (15.4 %) during the 2012 playoffs ... The Senators are 43-21 all-time when they score a power-play goal in the playoffs ...

Ottawa is 11-41 when it fails to score with the man advantage ... Ottawa's power-play is 41-for-283 (14.5 %) all-time at home and 47-

for-251 on the road (18.7 %).

PLAYOFF PENALTY KILL: Ottawa is 433-for-504 (86.0 %) all-time on the penalty kill in the post-season ... Ottawa overcame 27 of

32 (84.4 %) shorthanded situations during the 2012 playoffs ... The Senators are 21-34 all-time when they allow a power-play goal in

the playoffs ... Ottawa has a record of 33-28 when they stop their opponents from scoring with the man advantage in the post-season

... The Senators are 222-for-255 (87.1 %) at home on the penalty kill and 211-for-249 (84.7 %) on the road.

AFTERNOON GAMES: The Senators have only played five afternoon games in their playoff history, going 3-2 in those games ...

Ottawa most recently defeated Buffalo 3-2 in overtime on May 19, 2007 (2 p.m. start) ... Ottawa has also posted a 4-3 loss vs

Pittsburgh on April 14, 2007; a 5-2 loss at New Jersey on May 17, 2003; a 5-2 win vs Philadelphia on May 3, 2003; and a 2-1

overtime win vs New Jersey on April 26, 1998 (Alexei Yashin scoring the overtime winner, 2:47).

BACK-TO-BACK GAMES: The Senators have played back-to-back games on four separate occasions in the playoffs, most recently

against Pittsburgh in Games 2 and 3 on April 14 and 15, 2007 ... Ottawa is a combined 4-4 in back-to-back games, 1-3 in the front

end and 3-1 in the back end ... Ottawa went 1-1 at Buffalo on May 10-11, 2006 ... Ottawa went 0-2 vs Toronto on April 13-14, 2000,

and 2-0 vs the N.Y. Islanders on April 16-17, 2003.

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THIS AND THAT: The Senators are 6-4 all-time when winning the first game of a series ... Ottawa is 2-9 when losing the first game

of a series ... Ottawa's win on May 12, 2007 at Buffalo provided the club with its first ever 2-0 series lead ... Ottawa has been down 2-

0 six times — in four consecutive series from 1998-2001, and most recently in the 2008 Eastern Conference quarter-final — having

never come from behind ... Ottawa is 7-0 when leading a series 3-1, most recently defeating Buffalo in Round 3 in 2007 ... The

Senators have trailed 3-0 in a series on four occasions, most recently against Pittsburgh in 2008 ... Ottawa fell to 0-4 all-time in the

seventh game of a playoff series following its 2-1 defeat at Madison Square Garden on April 26 ... The Senators have a record of 2-3

in a series in which they held a 3-2 advantage through five games, most recently falling to the Rangers in seven games this past

April.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: The Senators are 35-16 when they score first all-time in the playoffs and 19-46 when their opponents score

first … The Senators are 3-41 all-time when trailing after two periods in the playoffs with their last win occurring vs Tampa Bay on

April 21, 2006 (4-1 win) ... Ottawa is 11-27 all-time when trailing after one period of play.

ONE GOAL GAMES: The Senators have played in 58 one-goal games in the playoffs, posting a 27-31 record all-time ... The

following is Ottawa's one-goal game record against playoff opponents: Anaheim (0-3), Buffalo (5-10), New Jersey (8-3), N.Y.

Islanders (1-0), N.Y. Rangers (2-3), Philadelphia (2-2), Pittsburgh (3-3), Tampa Bay (1-1), Toronto (4-6) and Washington (1-0).

WORKING OVERTIME: Ottawa's all-time playoff overtime record stands at 14-12 ... The Senators are 5-6 at home and 9-6 on the

road in overtime post-season contests ... Ottawa's longest playoff overtime game occurred on April 22, 2010 at Pittsburgh when

Carkner scored the game-winner at 7:06 of the third overtime period ... Neil, then Turris, became the 12th and 13th players

respectively to record an overtime goal as a member of the Senators when they did so in Game 2 and Game 4 of the 2012 postseason

series against the Rangers ... Ottawa has a 4-3 all-time playoff record in overtime games with a duration of longer than one

extra frame, most recently winning in triple overtime at Pittsburgh on April 22, 2010.

RECORD PERFORMANCE: Senators goaltender Craig Anderson established a new franchise record for saves in a post-season

shutout performance when he stopped each of the Rangers’ 41 shots in a 2-0 Ottawa win in Game 5 at Madison Square Garden on

April 21. In doing so, he became the first NHL goaltender since 2000 (Ed Belfour) to record at least 40 saves in a road playoff shutout

... He also became the fourth Ottawa goaltender (Emery, Lalime, Tugnutt) to register a post-season whitewash ... Former goaltender

Pascal Leclaire holds the club record for most saves in one game (56) established in Ottawa’s 4-3 triple-overtime win at Pittsburgh on

April 22, 2010.

CENTURY CLUB: After skating in the 1,000th contest of his NHL career (and for Ottawa) on Feb. 9, 2012 vs Nashville, Senators

defenceman Chris Phillips became the second player in franchise history (Alfredsson) to appear in 100 post-season contests for the

club when he did so in Game 3 against the Rangers on April 16 at Scotiabank Place. Alfredsson (111) and Phillips (104) are the only

players in franchise history to appear in at least 100 of the club’s 116 all-time post-season games.

PLAYOFF FIRSTS: Seven different Senators (Butler, Condra, Cowen, Daugavins, Greening, Konopka, O’Brien) made their NHL

playoff debuts in the team’s opening-round series defeat against the Rangers, while two players (Silfverberg and Stone) made the

NHL debuts (and their post-season debuts) in Game 6 and Game 5 of the series respectively.

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SENATORS FINAL PLAYOFF STATISTICS

POS PLAYER GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S% TOI/G FO %

C Jason Spezza 7 3 2 5 +2 8 0 0 1 21 14.3 20:58 54.3

L Nick Foligno 7 1 3 4 -1 8 0 0 0 17 5.9 15:10 76.9

D Sergei Gonchar 7 1 3 4 +1 6 1 0 0 6 16.7 24:35 0.0

R Chris Neil 7 2 1 3 +2 22 1 0 1 8 25.0 13:35 100.0

C Kyle Turris 7 1 2 3 -1 2 0 0 1 11 9.1 16:37 39.7

R Daniel Alfredsson 4 2 0 2 -3 0 1 0 0 15 13.3 17:57 25.0

L Milan Michalek 7 1 1 2 +3 4 0 0 0 19 5.3 21:53 0.0

D Filip Kuba 7 0 2 2 +1 10 0 0 0 10 0.0 23:25 0.0

C Zenon Konopka 6 0 2 2 +2 2 0 0 0 2 0.0 11:17 70.7

R Erik Condra 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 10.0 11:40 0.0

D Erik Karlsson 7 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 31 3.2 25:21 0.0

D Chris Phillips 7 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 10 0.0 21:33 0.0

C Jim O’Brien 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0.0 8:37 48.4

L Colin Greening 7 0 1 1 +1 0 0 0 0 12 0.0 13:59 100.0

C Zack Smith 7 0 1 1 -2 10 0 0 0 13 0.0 13:21 53.7

D Jared Cowen 7 0 1 1 -3 4 0 0 0 8 0.0 17:01 0.0

D Matt Carkner 4 0 1 1 +1 21 0 0 0 1 0.0 7:02 0.0

R Mark Stone 1 0 1 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 8:43 0.0

C Jesse Winchester 4 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 10:52 52.0

R Bobby Butler 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.0 12:44 0.0

D Matt Gilroy 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.0 12:55 0.0

R Jakob Silfverberg 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 9:10 0.0

L Kaspars Daugavins 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 10:30 0.0

# GOALTENDER GP W L SA GA GAA SV SV% SO TOI

41 Craig Anderson 7 3 4 208 14 2.00 194 .933 1 418:52

RECORD ANALYSIS OF THE 2012 PLAYOFFS

Team Records

Overall record 3 – 4

Home record 1 – 2

Road record 2 – 2

1-goal games 2 – 3

2-goal games 1 – 1

3-goal games 0 – 0

Scoring first 1 – 1

Opponent scoring first 2 – 3

Leading after 1 period 1 – 1

Trailing after 1 period 2 – 1

Tied after 1 period 0 – 1

Leading after 2 periods 1 – 0

Trailing after 2 periods 0 – 3

Tied after 2 periods 2 – 1

Outshooting opponent 1 – 3

Outshot by opponent 2 – 1

Even shots 0 – 0

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Goals By Period

1 2 3 OT T Avg

Senators 2 4 5 2 13 (1.9 avg.)

Opponents 4 7 3 0 14 (2.0 avg.)

Shots By Period

1 2 3 OT T Avg

Senators 72 70 73 3 218 (31.1 avg.)

Opponents 67 71 67 3 208 (29.7 avg.)

Power Play

G Att Pct

Overall 4 26 15.4

Home 2 13 15.4

Road 2 13 15.4

0 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED

Penalty Killing

G Att Pct

Overall 5 32 84.4

Home 4 17 76.5

Road 1 15 93.3

0 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED

Penalties

GP Min Avg.

7 107 15.3

Individual Leaders

Points J. Spezza (5), S. Gonchar (4), N. Foligno (4)

Goals J. Spezza (3), C. Neil (2), D. Alfredsson (2)

Assists S. Gonchar (3), N. Foligno (3)

PP Goals S. Gonchar (1) , C. Neil (1), D. Alfredsson (1), E. Karlsson (1)

PIM C. Neil (22), M. Carkner (21), F. Kuba (10), Z. Smith (10)

Shots E. Karlsson (31), J. Spezza (21), M. Michalek (19)

Plus/minus M. Michalek (3), J. Spezza (2), C. Neil (2), Z. Konopka (2)

Situational Goals

For

Against

5 on 5 8 9

5 on 4 4 0

5 on 3 0 0

4 on 4 0 0

4 on 3 0 0

3 on 3 0 0

3 on 4 0 0

3 on 5 0 1

4 on 5 0 4

Empty Net 1 0

Pen. Shot 0 0

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EASTERN CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINAL GAME SUMMARIES

Ottawa vs N.Y. Rangers (N.Y. Rangers won series 4-3)

GAME 1 - OTTAWA 2 @ N.Y. RANGERS 4, Thursday, April 12: The Rangers received goals from four different players (Callahan,

Gaborik, Boyle and Richards) to jump out to a 4-0 advantage by the early stages of the third period before Alfredsson and Condra

responded for the visitors in an eventual 4-2 New York win in Game 1 of the teams' series at Madison Square Garden. Anisimov

contributed two assists as the lone player with a multi-point effort, while the post-season marker for Condra was the first of his NHL

career. Lundqvist made 30 saves to earn the win in goal, while Anderson was on the losing end in Manhattan for the first time (in

seven decisions) in his career after a 27 save peformance for Ottawa. Scratches: Auld, Butler, Carkner, Klinkhammer, Konopka;

Injuries: Regin; Shots: OTT: 32, NYR: 31; PP: OTT: 0-3, NYR: 0-4.

GAME 2 - OTTAWA 3 @ N.Y. RANGERS 2 OT, Saturday, April 14: The Senators took their only lead of the evening when Neil

scored his eighth career playoff goal (and his first overtime-winner) at 1:17 of the extra session helping Ottawa to a 3-2 win and a

split of their first round playoff series through two games in Manhattan. Stralman opened the scoring for the Rangers with the only

goal of the first period before countrymate and fellow defenceman Karlsson tied the contest at 13:50 of the middle stanza. The

Rangers regained the lead when Boyle notched his second of the series at 2:41 of the final frame, but Foligno helped the Senators

force overtime when he tallied his second career post-season marker at 15:23. Neil's overtime-winner featured the first career playoff

point for both Cowen and Smith who drew the assists. Neil also became the first NHL player (Phil Bourque) since 1989 to record a

fighting major and an overtime-winner in the same playoff game (courtesy Elias Sports) in a contest that saw Anderson make 27

saves to record the win, while Lundqvist turned aside 29 saves in taking the loss for New York. Scratches: Auld, Butler, Daugavins,

Gilroy, Klinkhammer; Injuries: Regin; Shots: OTT: 32, NYR: 29; PP: OTT 1-4, NYR: 1-4.

GAME 3 - N.Y. RANGERS 1 vs. OTTAWA 0, Monday, April 16: Boyle's series leading third goal at 7:35 of the final frame proved

the difference as New York regained the series lead with a 1-0 Game 3 win over the Senators at Scotiabank Place. The Rangers 1-0

post-season victory was their first by that score since 1941 and featured a 39-save performance from Lundqvist who recorded his

17th playoff victory and fourth post-season shutout. Anderson turned aside 23 New York shots in taking the loss for the home side.

Scratches: Auld, Carkner (suspended), Daugavins, Klinkhammer; Injuries: Alfredsson, Regin; Shots: OTT: 39, NYR: 23; PP: OTT

0-3, NYR: 0-3.

GAME 4 - N.Y. RANGERS 2 vs. OTTAWA 3 OT, Wednesday, April 18: Turris' first career playoff overtime-winning goal 2:42 into

the extra session helped Ottawa overcome a 2-0 deficit to even its playoff series with New York at two wins each via a 3-2 decision

over the Rangers at Scotiabank Place. After Stralman and Callahan scored their second goal of the playoffs respectively by the 6:10

mark of the opening frame, the Senators rebounded courtesy of middle stanza markers from Michalek, then Gonchar. Gonchar later

earned an assist on Turris' game-winner for a multi-point effort while Gaborik accomplished the same feat by contributing two assists

for the visitors. Anderson made 31 saves to earn the victory in goal for Ottawa while Ludqvist turned aside 28 shots in a losing effort

for New York. Scratches: Auld, Daugavins, Gilroy, Klinkhammer; Injuries: Alfredsson, Regin; Shots: OTT: 31, NYR: 33; PP: OTT 1-

5, NYR: 2-7.

GAME 5 - OTTAWA 2 @ N.Y. RANGERS 0, Saturday, April 21: Anderson established a new franchise post-season high for saves

(41) in a shutout victory when he registered the second playoff whitewash of his NHL career in a 2-0 Senators Game 5 win at New

York's Madison Square Garden. Spezza scored twice for the visitors while Stone earned an assist on the game-winning goal in

making his NHL debut. He joined Havlat, Karlsson, Redden and Spezza as the only teenage players to skate in the post-season for

Ottawa in a game that saw Lundqvist turned aside 29 shots in taking the loss for the Rangers. Scratches: Auld, Daugavins, Gilroy,

Hoffman, Klinkhammer; Injuries: Alfredsson, Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT: 30, NYR: 41; PP: OTT 0-4, NYR: 0-4.

GAME 6 - N.Y. RANGERS 3 vs. OTTAWA 2, Monday, April 23: The Rangers tallied three times in the middle stanza courtesy

markers from Stepan, Richards and Kreider (with his first NHL goal) in an eventual 3-2 win over the Senators in Game 6 at

Scotiabank Place. Neil opened the scoring with his second of the playoffs at 7:05 of the first period before New York's second period

outburst. Stepan contributed two assists in addition to his first of the post-season for a three-point evening. Richards also had an

assist before the home side pulled to within one on Spezza's third goal of the playoffs at 19:21 of the third that closed the night's

scoring. Lundqvist made 25 saves to earn the win in goal for the Rangers while Anderson made 19 saves for Ottawa. Scratches:

Auld, Butler, Daugavins, Gilroy, Klinkhammer, Stone; Injuries: Regin, Winchester; Shots: OTT: 27, NYR: 22; PP: OTT 1-5, NYR: 2-

7.

GAME 7 - OTTAWA 1 @ N.Y. RANGERS 2, Thursday, April 26: After a scoreless opening frame, the Rangers scored twice just

over four minutes apart by the midway point of the contest in an eventual 2-1 series-deciding victory against the Senators at Madison

Square Garden. New York defencemen Staal then Girardi each contributed their first post-season markers before Alfredsson’s

power-play goal drew the visitors to within one at 11:34 of the second. Gonchar and Phillips earned the assists on the team’s final

goal of the 2001-12 campaign. Lundqvist made 26 saves to earn the win for the Rangers while Anderson turned aside 27 shots in

taking the loss in goal for Ottawa. Scratches: Auld, Borowiecki, Butler, Daugavins, Klinkhammer, Stone; Injuries: Carkner, Regin,

Winchester; Shots: OTT: 27, NYR: 29; PP: OTT 1-2, NYR: 0-3.

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2011-12 SENATORS PLAYOFF GAME-BY-GAME

Date Opp. COWEN PHILLIPS TURRIS MICHALEK ALFREDSSON REGIN GREENING

#2 #4 #7 #9 #11 #13 #14

April 12 @ NYR 0-0 1/-3 15:58 0-0 2/1 21:36 0-12/-2 16:45 0-1 2/1 20:44 1-0 5/-2 21:33 INJ 0-0 1/0 16:59

April 14 @ NYR 0-1 2/1 18:13 0-0 0/-1 22:46 0-1 2/1 16:46 0-0 1/0 23:18 0-0 1/0 11:14 INJ 0-0 0/0 14:03

April 16 vs NYR 0-0 2/-1 14:49 0-0 2/0 20:58 0-0 1/0 18:00 0-0 1/-1 19:56 DND INJ 0-0 3/0 12:41

April 18 vs NYR 0-0 1/1 16:25 0-0 4/0 23:02 1-0 (W) 3/1 16:15 1-0 3/2 23:22 DND INJ 0-0 2/0 13:50

April 21 @ NYR 0-0 0/0 17:33 0-0 0/1 21:51 0-0 1/0 16:20 0-0 5/1 23:54 DND INJ 0-0 4/1 12:52

April 23 vs NYR 0-0 1/0 17:07 0-0 0/-1 22:02 0-0 2/0 13:43 0-0 1/1 20:50 0-0 3/0 18:21 INJ 0-1 1/0 10:47

April 26 @ NYR 0-0 1/-1 19:06 0-1 2/0 18:42 0-0 0/-1 18:30 0-0 6/-1 21:13 1-0 6/-1 20:42 INJ 0-0 1/0 16:41

Date Opp. SMITH BUTLER KUBA WINCHESTER SPEZZA CONDRA DAUGAVINS

#15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #22 #23

April 12 @ NYR 0-0 0/0 10:42 DND 0-0 3/-1 20:31 0-0 0/0 8:54 0-1 5/0 21:39 1-0 2/1 10:25 0-0 0/-1 10:30

April 14 @ NYR 0-1 5/0 15:18 DND 0-1 1/1 26:05 0-0 3/-1 14:32 0-0 1/0 24:04 0-0 2/0 7:54 DND

April 16 vs NYR 0-0 2/-1 13:02 0-0 5/0 14:09 0-0 0/0 21:21 0-0 1/-1 14:21 0-0 3/0 19:44 0-0 2/0 14:11 DND

April 18 vs NYR 0-0 1/0 14:03 0-0 1/0 14:40 0-0 1/0 24:59 0-0 0/0 5:44 0-1 0/1 21:03 0-0 0/0 14:28 DND

April 21 @ NYR 0-0 1/0 12:39 0-0 0/0 9:23 0-1 0/1 24:21 DND 2-0 (W) 6/2 21:04 0-0 3/0 12:54 DND

April 23 vs NYR 0-0 2/-1 11:45 DND 0-0 2/1 23:59 DND 1-0 4/0 19:30 0-0 0/0 10:17 DND

April 26 @ NYR 0-0 2/0 16:02 DND 0-0 3/-1 22:43 DND 0-0 2/-1 19:48 0-0 1/-1 11:36 DND

Date Opp. NEIL KONOPKA SILFVERBERG KLINKHAMMER CARKNER O’BRIEN GONCHAR

#25 #28 #33 #36 #39 #42 #55

April 12 @ NYR 0-0 0/0 10:50 DND MIN DND DND 0-0 1/-1 7:16 0-0 2/-1 23:54

April 14 @ NYR 1-0 (W) 1/1 14:06 0-1 0/1 11:30 MIN DND 0-0 0/0 0:39 0-0 0/0 5:06 0-0 0/1 25:09

April 16 vs NYR 0-0 2/0 13:21 0-0 0/0 11:21 MIN DND SUS 0-0 2/0 6:55 0-0 2/-1 25:38

April 18 vs NYR 0-1 3/0 15:46 0-0 0/0 12:07 MIN DND 0-1 1/1 12:31 0-1 1/1 11:19 1-1 1/2 21:41

April 21 @ NYR 0-0 0/0 12:50 0-1 1/1 10:40 MIN DND 0-0 0/0 8:28 0-0 2/0 11:44 0-0 0-1 26:24

April 23 vs NYR 1-0 1/1 14:19 0-0 1/0 15:02 0-0 1/0 9:02 DND 0-0 0/0 6:30 0-0 0/0 11:41 0-1 1/0 25:31

April 26 @ NYR 0-0 1/0 13:55 0-0 0/0 7:04 0-0 0/0 9:19 DND DND 0-0 1/0 6:22 0-1 0/-1 23:50

Date Opp. STONE KARLSSON FOLIGNO GILROY BISHOP AULD ANDERSON

#60 #65 #71 #97 #30 #35 #41

April 12 @ NYR MIN 0-0 3/-1 24:23 0-1 0/-1 16:38 0-0 3/0 13:57 DNP DND 4/31L 59

April 14 @ NYR MIN 1-0 10/0 30:06 1-0 3/1 15:07 DND DNP DND 2/29W 61

April 16 vs NYR DND 0-0 5/0 24:12 0-0 3/0 15:12 0-0 3/0 13:27 DNP DND 1/23L 59

April 18 vs NYR DND 0-0 6/1 26:55 0-1 3/0 14:45 DND DNP DND 2/33W 63

April 21 @ NYR 0-1 0/1 8:43 0-0 4/1 22:06 0-0 3/0 16:16 DND DNP DND 0/41W 60

April 23 vs NYR DND 0-0 3/0 25:02 0-1 4/0 14:03 DND DNP DND 3/22L 58

April 26 @ NYR DND 0-0 0/-1 24:49 0-0 1/-1 14:09 0-0 0/0 11:22 DNP DND 2/29L 60

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NHL playoffs Ottawa playoffs Playoffs overtime

Goalkeepers GP W L Min GA SO Avg. GP W L Min GA SO Avg. W L Min GA SV Sv%

Anderson, Craig 13 5 8 785 30 2 2.29 7 3 4 419 14 1 2.00 3 2 21 2 19 .905

Auld, Alex 4 1 2 242 10 0 2.48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 44 1 19 .950

Bishop, Ben 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 .000

NHL playoffs Ottawa playoffs Playoffs overtime

Player GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts

Alfredsson, Daniel 111 47 43 90 68 111 47 43 90 68 25 2 1 3

Butler, Bobby 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Carkner, Matt 10 1 1 2 33 10 1 1 2 33 4 1 0 1

Condra, Erik 7 1 0 1 0 7 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

Cowen, Jared 7 0 1 1 4 7 0 1 1 4 2 0 1 1

Daugavins, Kaspars 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Foligno, Nick 17 2 4 6 12 17 2 4 6 12 4 0 0 0

Gilroy, Matt 8 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Gonchar, Sergei 125 22 62 84 84 7 1 3 4 6 24 0 3 3

Greening, Colin 7 0 1 1 0 7 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0

Karlsson, Erik 13 2 5 7 8 13 2 5 7 8 4 0 0 0

Klinkhammer, Rob 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Konopka, Zenon 6 0 2 2 2 6 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0

Kuba, Filip 31 4 11 15 38 7 0 2 2 10 8 0 1 1

Michalek, Milan 47 11 7 18 22 8 1 1 2 4 9 0 0 0

Neil, Chris 81 9 6 15 153 81 9 6 15 153 17 1 1 2

O’Brien, Jim 7 0 1 1 0 7 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1

Phillips, Chris 104 6 8 14 84 104 6 8 14 84 22 1 0 1

Regin, Peter 6 3 1 4 6 6 3 1 4 6 2 0 0 0

Silverberg, Jakob 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Smith, Zack 13 0 1 1 15 13 0 1 1 15 4 0 1 1

Spezza, Jason 53 17 34 51 26 53 17 34 51 26 11 0 1 1

Stone, Mark 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Turris, Kyle 11 2 4 6 4 7 1 2 3 2 2 1 0 1

Winchester, Jesse 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0

Totals 681 128 193 321 563 491 91 117 208 435 153 6 10 16

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ALL-TIME TEAM PLAYOFF LEADERS

Games played Goals Assists Points

*Daniel Alfredsson 111 *Daniel Alfredsson 47 *Daniel Alfredsson 43 *Daniel Alfredsson 90

*Chris Phillips 104 *Jason Spezza 17 *Jason Spezza 34 *Jason Spezza 51

Wade Redden 94 Mike Fisher 14 Wade Redden 33 Wade Redden 45

*Chris Neil 81 Martin Havlat 13 Dany Heatley 25 Dany Heatley 35

Mike Fisher 75 Marian Hossa 12 Marian Hossa 21 Martin Havlat 34

Radek Bonk 61 Wade Redden 12 Martin Havlat 20 Marian Hossa 34

Anton Volchenkov 61 Dany Heatley 10 Radek Bonk 15 Mike Fisher 28

Peter Schaefer 53 Radek Bonk 9 Peter Schaefer 15 Radek Bonk 24

*Jason Spezza 53 *Chris Neil 9 Mike Fisher 14 Peter Schaefer 20

Magnus Arvedson 52 Todd White 8 Shawn McEachern 13 M. Havlat/M. Hossa 17

Penalty Minutes

Goaltenders

*Chris Neil 153 Games played Wins Shutouts

*Chris Phillips 84 Patrick Lalime 41 Patrick Lalime 21 Patrick Lalime 5

*Daniel Alfredsson 68 Ray Emery 30 Ray Emery 18 Ray Emery 3

Mike Fisher 66 Damian Rhodes 12 Damian Rhodes 5 *Craig Anderson 1

Zdeno Chara 57 Ron Tugnutt 11 *Craig Anderson 3 Ron Tugnutt 1

Wade Redden 55 *Craig Anderson 7 Ron Tugnutt 3

Anton Volchenkov 48 Tom Barrasso 6 Tom Barrasso 2

Radek Bonk 38 Brian Elliott 4 Brian Elliott 1

Martin Havlat 36 Martin Gerber 4 Pascal Leclaire 1

Shaun Van Allen 35 Pascal Leclaire 3

* (players on the 2012 playoff roster)

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OVERALL PLAYOFF RECORD ANALYSIS (1997-2012)

Overall record 54-62

Home record 27-29

Road record 27-33

Overtime record 14-12

Series summaries

2012 conference quarter-final vs N.Y. Rangers 3-4

2010 conference quarter-final vs Pittsburgh 2-4

2008 conference quarter-final vs Pittsburgh 0-4

2007 Stanley Cup Final vs Anaheim 1-4

2007 conference final vs Buffalo 4-1

2007 conference semifinal vs New Jersey 4-1

2007 conference quarter-final vs Pittsburgh 4-1

2006 conference semifinal vs Buffalo 1-4

2006 conference quarter-final vs Tampa Bay 4-1

2004 conference quarter-final vs Toronto 3-4

2003 conference final vs New Jersey 3-4

2003 conference semifinal vs Philadelphia 4-2

2003 conference quarter-final vs N.Y. Islanders 4-1

2002 conference semifinal vs Toronto 3-4

2002 conference quarter-final vs Philadelphia 4-1

2001 conference quarter-final vs Toronto 0-4

2000 conference quarter-final vs Toronto 2-4

1999 conference quarter-final vs Buffalo 0-4

1998 conference semifinal vs Washington 1-4

1998 conference quarter-final vs New Jersey 4-2

1997 conference quarter-final vs Buffalo 3-4

Based on goals

1-goal games 27-31

2-goal games 11-16

3-or-more-goal games 16-15

Scoring first 35-16

Opponent scoring first 19-46

Leading after 1 period 24-6

Trailing after 1 period 11-27

Tied after 1 period 19-29

Leading after 2 periods 37-6

Trailing after 2 periods 3-42

Tied after 2 periods 14-14

Based on shots

Outshooting opponent 32-40

Outshot by opponent 21-21

Even shots 1-1

Goals by period 1 2 3 OT T Avg.

Ottawa 72 106 75 14 267 2.30

Opponent 79 98 90 12 279 2.41

Power play G Att Pct.

Overall 88 534 16.5

Home 41 283 14.5

Road 47 251 18.7

Shots by period 1 2 3 OT T Avg.

Ottawa 1,093 1,196 1,015 174 3,478 30.0

Opponent 973 1,075 933 144 3,125 26.9

Penalty killing G Att Pct.

Overall 71 504 85.9

Home 33 255 87.1

Road 38 249 84.7

Penalties GP Min Avg,

Ottawa 116 1,548 13.3

Situational goals for, against (does not include goaltenders)

GF GA GF GA

Five-on-five 155 184 Three-on-three 0 0

Five-on-four 73 10 Three-on-four 0 2

Five-on-three 10 0 Three-on-five 0 9

Four-on-four 7 8 Four-on-five 8 60

Four-on-three 5 0 Empty net 9 6

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1997

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/17/97 @ Buffalo L 0-1 1-3 11p 26 1-6 4-5 23-26 39-31

2 4/19/97 @ Buffalo W 1-1 3-1 10, 28p, 11p 28 2-5 3-3 29-24 31-39

3 4/21/97 Buffalo L 1-2 2-3 16p, 19p 15 2-8 5-5 28-25 31-31

4 4/23/97 Buffalo W* 2-2 1-0 11 11 0-3 2-2 36-17 31-31

5 4/25/97 @ Buffalo W 3-2 4-1 15, 11, 11p, 7 11 1-5 3-3 30-25 31-31

6 4/27/97 Buffalo L 3-3 0-3 - 19 0-6 5-5 31-21 31-31

7 4/29/97 @ Buffalo L* 3-4 2-3 15p, 6 26 1-2 3-4 27-31 31-31

1998

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/22/98 @ New Jersey W* 1-0 2-1 19, 25 25 0-6 4-4 32-29 1-30

2 4/24/98 @ New Jersey L 1-1 1-3 17 93 0-3 2-3 28-32 30-1

3 4/26/98 New Jersey W* 2-1 2-1 27p, 19p 19 2-5 4-4 23-31 1-30

4 4/28/98 New Jersey W 3-1 4-3 11, 11, 11, 33p 11 1-4 4-5 28-34 1-30

5 4/30/98 @ New Jersey L 3-2 1-3 29 24 0-4 4-5 23-26 30-1

6 5/2/98 New Jersey W 4-2 3-1 19p, 27, 29 27 1-3 2-2 31-22 1-30

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 5/7/98 @ Washington L 0-1 2-4 11s, 10p 12 1-5 2-2 38-23 37-1

2 5/9/98 @ Washington L 0-2 1-6 19 90 0-7 4-5 31-18 37-31

3 5/11/98 Washington W 1-2 4-3 11p, 11, 11p, 19p 19 3-5 2-4 34-17 1-37

4 5/13/98 Washington L 1-3 0-2 - 55 0-5 3-3 36-11 37-1

5 5/15/98 @ Washington L 1-4 0-3 - 90 0-4 2-3 29-21 37-1

1999

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/21/99 Buffalo L 0-1 1-2 6p 37 1-9 2-3 41-15 39-31

2 4/23/99 Buffalo L* 0-2 2-3 15p, 11p 81 2-9 6-7 47-39 39-1

3 4/25/99 @ Buffalo L 0-3 0-3 - 15 0-4 4-5 31-26 39-1

4 4/27/99 @ Buffalo L 0-4 3-4 33, 15, 7 44 0-5 2-3 43-26 39-31

2000

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/12/00 @ Toronto L 0-1 0-2 - 16 0-2 4-5 30-21 31-35

2 4/15/00 @ Toronto L 0-2 1-5 5p 13 1-5 4-4 30-25 31-35

3 4/17/00 Toronto W 1-2 4-3 11p, 7, 17, 7 7 1-3 4-5 15-36 35-31

4 4/19/00 Toronto W 2-2 2-1 10, 10 10 0-5 4-4 22-32 35-31

5 4/22/00 @ Toronto L* 2-3 1-2 39 32 0-3 1-1 38–31 31-35

6 4/24/00 Toronto L 2-4 2-4 39, 29 94 0-4 4-4 38-24 31-35

2001

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/13/01 Toronto L* 0-1 0-1 - 13 0-6 6-6 36-27 31-40

2 4/14/01 Toronto L 0-2 0-3 - 94 0-5 2-2 37-23 31-40

3 4/16/01 @ Toronto L* 0-3 2-3 18, 11 4 0-4 2-4 28-26 31-40

4 4/18/01 @ Toronto L 0-4 1-3 4 44 0-1 3-4 22-23 31-40

2002

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/17/02 @ Philadelphia L* 0-1 0-1 - 26 0-3 1-1 35-24 32-40

2 4/20/02 @ Philadelphia W 1-1 3-0 11p, 12, 16 11 1-3 3-3 26-33 40-32

3 4/22/02 Philadelphia W 2-1 3-0 14p, 18, 11 14 1-6 3-3 31-26 40-32

4 4/24/02 Philadelphia W 3-1 3-0 6, 5, 18 6 0-8 7-7 25-28 40-32

5 4/26/02 @ Philadelphia W* 4-1 2-1 11p, 9p 9 2-4 1-2 27-26 40-33

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 5/02/02 @ Toronto W 1-0 5-0 9p, 14p, 34, 28, 11p 9 3-12 1-1 33-27 40-31

2 5/04/02 @ Toronto L* 1-1 2-3 5, 12 7 0-3 4-4 56-42 31-40

3 5/06/02 Toronto W 2-1 3-2 20, 20, 11 11 0-2 2-2 29-28 40-31

4 5/08/02 Toronto L 2-2 1-2 6p 18 1-3 4-5 25-24 31-40

5 5/10/02 @ Toronto W 3-2 4-2 6, 18p, 11, 14 11 1-3 2-3 21-28 40-31

6 5/12/02 Toronto L 3-3 3-4 18, 11, 28 89 0-4 5-7 23-19 31-40

7 5/14/02 @ Toronto L 3-4 0-3 - 89 0-4 2-3 19-27 31-40

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2003

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/09/03 N.Y. Islanders L 0-1 0-3 - 38 0-7 4-5 25-34 30-40

2 4/12/03 N.Y. Islanders W 1-1 3-0 18, 26, 18p 18 1-7 6-6 34-16 40-30

3 4/14/03 @ N.Y. Islanders W* 2-1 3-2 28p, 4, 28 28 1-6 9-10 32-32 40-30

4 4/16/03 @ N.Y. Islanders W 3-1 3-1 12, 24, 18p 24 1-5 5-5 28-22 40-30

5 4/17/03 N.Y. Islanders W 4-1 4-1 9p, 28, 14, 14 28 1-3 4-5 19-32 40-30

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF - SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/25/03 Philadelphia W 1-0 4-2 9, 18, 11p, 3 11 1-5 2-2 17-25 40-32

2 4/27/03 Philadelphia L 1-1 0-2 - 12 0-6 3-3 33-23 32-40

3 4/29/03 @ Philadelphia W* 2-1 3-2 11p, 18p, 6 6 2-2 4-4 27-22 40-32

4 5/01/03 @ Philadelphia L 2-2 0-1 - 26 0-1 1-1 28-26 32-40

5 5/03/03 Philadelphia W 3-2 5-2 21, 11p, 9, 14p, 15s 9 2-7 4-4 30-19 40-32

6 5/05/03 @ Philadelphia W 4-2 5-1 15, 12s, 11p, 21, 9 12 1-4 3-3 30-19 40-32

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 5/10/03 New Jersey W* 1-0 3-2 25, 28, 22 22 0-2 1-1 30-34 40-30

2 5/13/03 New Jersey L 1-1 1-4 14 12 0-7 6-6 31-21 30-40

3 5/15/03 @ New Jersey L 1-2 0-1 - 18 0-2 4-4 24-24 30-40

4 5/17/03 @ New Jersey L 1-3 2-5 23, 26 12 0-4 3-5 28-20 30-40

5 5/19/03 New Jersey W 2-3 3-1 28s, 9, 39p 9 1-7 3-3 18-22 40-30

6 5/21/03 @ New Jersey W* 3-3 2-1 14p, 4 4 1-4 3-4 34-31 40-30

7 5/23/03 New Jersey L 3-4 2-3 20, 14 12 0-2 2-2 26-27 30-40

2004

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/08/04 @ Toronto W 1-0 4-2 21, 6p, 18p, 18 18 2-8 2-3 30-17 40-20

2 4/10/04 @ Toronto L 1-1 0-2 - 7 0-6 6-7 31-26 20-40

3 4/12/04 Toronto L 1-2 0-2 - 25 0-3 4-4 37-17 20-40

4 4/14/04 Toronto W 2-2 4-1 11, 18, 28, 4p 18 1-7 6-7 36-24 40-20

5 4/16/04 @ Toronto L 2-3 0-2 - 28 0-3 2-2 21-16 20-40

6 4/18/04 Toronto W* 3-3 2-1 3, 12 12 0-4 2-3 46-28 40-20

7 4/20/04 @ Toronto L 3-4 1-4 26 25 0-4 6-6 37-26 20-40

2006

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/21/06 Tampa Bay W 1-0 4-1 9p, 19p, 12s, 11 19 2-6 8-9 38-36 1-47

2 4/23/06 Tampa Bay L 1-1 3-4 21, 9p, 27 26 1-4 3-3 24-36 47-1

3 4/25/06 @ Tampa Bay W 2-1 8-4 9, 6p, 44, 9, 20, 15p, 3p, 20 20 3-4 8-11 31-39 1-47

4 4/27/06 @ Tampa Bay W 3-1 5-2 19, 4, 15p, 9, 25 15 1-4 4-4 25-32 1-47

5 4/29/06 Tampa Bay W 4-1 3-2 27, 14, 9p 9 1-6 4-4 38-28 1-47

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 5/5/06 Buffalo L* 0-1 6-7 19, 21, 9, 15p, 12, 21p 23 2-6 4-5 33-23 30-1

2 5/8/06 Buffalo L 0-2 1-2 4 55 0-7 3-3 44-17 30-1

3 5/10/06 @ Buffalo L* 0-3 2-3 19p, 19p 17 2-8 4-5 28-24 30-1

4 5/11/06 @ Buffalo W 1-3 2-1 2, 6p 6 1-4 5-5 28-30 1-30

5 5/13/06 Buffalo L* 1-4 2-3 11p, 2 29 1-7 5-6 36-24 30-1

2007

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/11/07 Pittsburgh W 1-0 6-3 14, 22, 42p, 15p, 25, 89 15 2-6 8-10 37-26 1-29

2 4/14/07 Pittsburgh L 1-1 3-4 19, 11p, 22 87 1-9 1-3 37-21 29-1

3 4/15/07 @ Pittsburgh W 2-1 4-2 37, 89, 11p, 11 11 1-3 4-4 25-19 1-29

4 4/17/07 @ Pittsburgh W 3-1 2-1 19p, 24 24 1-3 5-5 26-24 1-29

5 4/19/07 Pittsburgh W 4-1 3-0 15p, 20, 22 15 1-3 6-6 26-20 1-29

1 4/26/07 @ New Jersey W 1-0 5-4 19, 7p, 37s, 15, 6p 6 2-4 3-3 26-30 1-30

2 4/28/07 @ New Jersey L* 1-1 2-3 11p, 15 15 1-6 5-7 45-33 30-1

3 4/30/07 New Jersey W 2-1 2-0 42, 19 42 0-4 5-5 34-25 1-30

4 5/2/07 New Jersey W 3-1 3-2 11, 15, 12 12 0-4 4-5 36-31 1-30

5 5/5/07 @ New Jersey W 4-1 3-2 20, 19p, 11 11 1-2 2-2 24-29 1-30

1 5/10/07 @ Buffalo W 1-0 5-2 12s, 11p, 61, 19p, 37 61 2-6 5-5 34-20 1-30

2 5/12/07 @ Buffalo W* 2-0 4-3 11, 12p, 6p, 7 7 2-4 7-7 32-37 1-30

3 5/14/07 Buffalo W 3-0 1-0 11 11 0-7 6-6 32-15 1-30

4 5/16/07 Buffalo L 3-1 2-3 37, 27 23 0-5 3-4 33-22 30-1

5 5/19/07 @ Buffalo W* 4-1 3-2 15, 19, 11 11 0-4 6-7 25-29 1-30

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2007 (cont’d)

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 5/28/07 @ Anaheim L 0-1 2-3 12p, 6p 32 2-7 4-4 20-32 35-1

2 5/30/07 @ Anaheim L 0-2 0-1 - 26 0-4 4-4 16-31 35-1

3 6/2/07 Anaheim W 1-2 5-3 25, 12, 11p, 37, 24 37 1-7 2-3 29-22 1-35

4 6/4/07 Anaheim L 1-3 2-3 11p, 15 17 1-4 3-3 23-21 35-1

5 6/6/07 @ Anaheim L 1-4 2-6 11, 11s 32 0-3 4-6 13-18 35-1

2008

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/9/08 @ Pittsburgh L 0-1 0-4 - 10 0-7 3-4 26-35 29-29

2 4/11/08 @ Pittsburgh L 0-2 3-5 10, 61p, 58 12 1-2 3-6 30-54 29-29

3 4/14/08 Pittsburgh L 0-3 1-4 71 87 0-2 7-8 34-38 29-29

4 4/16/08 Pittsburgh L 0-4 1-3 61 37 0-2 3-4 22-34 29-29

2010

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/14/10 @ Pittsburgh W 1-0 5-4 43, 25, 22p, 65p, 73 73 2-3 3-5 26-21 30-29

2 4/16/10 @ Pittsburgh L 1-1 1-2 43 58 0-2 2-2 20-31 29-30

3 4/18/10 Pittsburgh L 1-2 2-4 12p, 7p 87 2-4 4-5 22-24 29-30

4 4/20/10 Pittsburgh L 1-3 4-7 25, 11, 7p, 19p 25 2-5 5-7 30-42 29-33

5 4/22/10 @Pittsburgh W* 2-3 4-3 12p, 73, 43, 39 39 1-6 6-7 44-59 33-29

6 4/24/10 Pittsburgh L* 2-4 3-4 7, 25, 11 9 0-2 1-2 31-43 29-33

2012

# Date Team W/L Record GF-GA Ottawa scorers W goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr

1 4/12/12 @ N.Y. Rangers L 0-1 2-4 11, 22 22 0-3 4-4 32-31 30-41

2 4/14/12 @ N.Y. Rangers W* 1-1 3-2 65p, 71, 25 25 1-4 3-4 32-29 41-30

3 4/16/12 N.Y. Rangers L 1-2 0-1 - 22 0-3 3-3 39-23 30-41

4 4/18/12 N.Y. Rangers W* 2-2 3-2 9, 55p, 7 7 1-5 5-7 31-33 41-30

5 4/21/12 @ N.Y. Rangers W 3-2 2-0 19, 19 19 0-4 4-4 30-41 41-30

6 4/23/12 N.Y. Rangers L 3-3 2-3 25p, 19 20 1-5 5-7 27-22 30-41

7 4/26/12 @ N.Y. Rangers L 3-4 1-2 11p 5 1-2 3-3 27-29 30-41

p – powerplay, s – shorthanded, * – denotes overtime

ALL-TIME PLAYOFF OVERTIME GAME-BY-GAME

Date Opponent Series Result Scorer Time Series winner

4/23/97 Buffalo CQF 1-0 W Daniel Alfredsson 2:34 Buffalo

4/29/97 @ Buffalo CQF 3-2 L Derek Plante 5:24 Buffalo

4/22/98 @ New Jersey CQF 2-1 W Bruce Gardiner 5:58 Ottawa

4/26/98 New Jersey CQF 2-1 W Alexei Yashin 2:47 Ottawa

4/23/99 Buffalo CQF 3-2 L Miroslav Satan (2nd) 10:35 Buffalo

4/22/00 @ Toronto CQF 2-1 L Steve Thomas 14:47 Toronto

4/13/01 Toronto CQF 1-0 L Mats Sundin 10:49 Toronto

4/16/01 @ Toronto CQF 3-2 L Cory Cross 2:16 Toronto

4/17/02 @ Philadelphia CQF 1-0 L Ruslan Fedotenko 7:47 Ottawa

4/26/02 @ Philadelphia CQF 2-1 W Martin Havlat 7:33 Ottawa

5/04/02 @ Toronto CSF 3-2 L Gary Roberts (3rd) 4:30 Toronto

4/14/03 @ N.Y. Islanders CQF 2-1 W Todd White (2nd) 2:25 Ottawa

4/29/03 @ Philadelphia CSF 3-2 W Wade Redden 6:43 Ottawa

5/10/03 New Jersey CF 3-2 W Shaun Van Allen 3:08 New Jersey

5/21/03 @ New Jersey CF 2-1 W Chris Phillips 15:51 New Jersey

4/18/04 Toronto CQF 2-1 W Mike Fisher (2nd) 1:47 Toronto

5/5/06 Buffalo CSF 7-6 L Chris Drury 0:18 Buffalo

5/10/06 Buffalo CSF 3-2 L J.P. Dumont 5:05 Buffalo

5/13/06 Buffalo CSF 3-2 L Jason Pominville 2:26 Buffalo

4/28/07 @ New Jersey CSF 3-2 L Jamie Langenbrunner (2nd) 1:55 Ottawa

5/12/07 @ Buffalo CF 4-3 W Joe Corvo (2nd) 4:58 Ottawa

5/19/07 @ Buffalo CF 3-2 W Daniel Alfredsson 9:32 Ottawa

4/22/10 @Pittsburgh QF 3-2 W Matt Carkner (3rd) 7:06 Pittsburgh

4/24/10 Pittsburgh QF 4-3 L Pascal Dupuis 9:56 Pittsburgh

4/14/12 @ N.Y. Rangers QF 3-2 W Chris Neil 1:17 N.Y. Rangers

4/18/12 N.Y. Rangers QF 3-2 W Kyle Turris 2:42 N.Y. Rangers

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YEARLY PLAYOFF RECORD TABLE

Series Games Goals Wins, Losses

Year Series W L Pct GP W L Pct For Against Overtime Home Away

1997 1 0 1 .000 7 3 4 .429 13 14 1-1 1-2 2-2

1998 2 1 1 .500 11 5 6 .455 20 30 2-0 4-1 1-5

1999 1 0 1 .000 4 0 4 .000 6 12 0-1 0-2 0-2

2000 1 0 1 .000 6 2 4 .333 10 17 0-1 2-1 0-3

2001 1 0 1 .000 4 0 4 .000 3 10 0-2 0-2 0-2

2002 2 1 1 .500 12 7 5 .583 29 18 1-2 3-2 4-3

2003 3 2 1 .667 18 11 7 .611 43 34 4-0 6-4 5-3

2004 1 0 1 .000 7 3 4 .429 11 14 1-0 2-1 1-3

2006 2 1 1 .500 10 5 5 .500 36 29 0-3 2-4 3-1

2007 4 3 1 .750 20 13 7 .650 59 47 2-1 6-3 7-4

2008 1 0 1 .000 4 0 4 .000 5 16 0-0 0-2 0-2

2010 1 0 1 .000 6 2 4 .333 19 24 1-1 0-3 2-1

2012 1 0 1 .000 7 3 4 .429 13 14 2-0 1-2 2-2

Totals 21 8 13 .381 116 54 62 .466 267 279 14-12 27-29 27-33

PLAYOFF RECORD VS OPPONENTS

Series Games Goals Wins, Losses

Team Series W L Pct GP W L Pct GF GA Overtime Home Away

Anaheim 1 0 1 .000 5 1 4 .200 11 16 0-0 1-1 0-3

Buffalo 4 1 3 .250 21 8 13 .381 47 52 3-5 2-8 6-5

New Jersey 3 2 1 .667 18 11 7 .611 41 40 4-1 7-2 4-5

N.Y. Islanders 1 1 0 1.000 5 4 1 .800 13 7 1-0 2-1 2-0

N.Y. Rangers 1 0 1 .000 7 3 4 .429 13 14 2-0 1-3 2-2

Philadelphia 2 2 0 1.000 11 8 3 .727 28 12 2-1 4-1 4-2

Pittsburgh 3 1 2 .333 15 6 9 .400 42 50 1-1 2-6 4-3

Tampa Bay 1 1 0 1.000 5 4 1 .800 23 13 0-0 2-1 2-0

Toronto 4 0 4 .000 24 8 16 .333 42 57 1-4 5-6 3-10

Washington 1 0 1 .000 5 1 4 .200 7 18 0-0 1-1 0-3

Totals 21 8 13 .381 116 55 62 .466 267 279 14-12 27-29 27-33

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TEAM RECORDS

Goals

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Most

Period 4 (2x) Last: 5-4 W @ NJ (4/26/07), 1st

Game 8 8-4 W @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 23 2006 vs TB

Season 59 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest

Game 0 (19x) Last: 1-0 L vs NYR (4/16/12)

Series 3 2001 vs TOR

Season 3 2001 vs TOR

Most allowed

Period 5 7-4 L vs PIT (4/20/10), 2nd

Game 7 (2x) Last: 7-4 L vs PIT (4/20/10)

Series 24 2010 vs PIT

Season 47 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest allowed

Game 0 (10x) Last: 2-0 W @ NYR (4/21/12)

Series 2 2002 vs PHI

Season 10 2001 vs TOR

Shots

Most

Period 19 (2x) Last: 3-2 W @ NJ (5/5/07), 2nd

Game 56 3-2 OTL @ TOR (5/4/02)

Series 238 2004 vs TOR

Season 573 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest

Period 1 3-0 L @ TOR (5/14/02), 2nd

Game 13 6-2 L @ ANA (6/6/07)

Series 101 2007 vs ANA

Season 112 2008 vs PIT

Most allowed

Period 20 5-3 L @ PIT (4/11/08), 1st and 2nd

Game 59 4-3, 3OTW @ PIT (4/22/10)

Series 220 2010 vs PIT

Season 505 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest allowed

Period 2 (7x) Last: 3-2 L vs ANA (6/4/07), 1st

Game 11 2-0 L vs WSH (5/13/98)

Series 90 1998 vs WSH

Season 99 2001 vs TOR

Penalties

Most

Period 9 (2x) Last: 7-4 L vs PIT (4/20/10), 3rd

Game 19 8-4 W @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 50 2004 vs TOR

Season 120 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest

Game 1 (2x) Last: 1-0 OTL @ PHI (4/17/02)

Series 20 2001 vs TOR

Season 20 2001 vs TOR

Penalty minutes

Most

Period 42 7-4 L vs PIT (4/20/10), 3rd

Game 60 8-4 W @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 123 2010 vs PIT

Season 246 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Fewest

Game 2 (2x) Last: 1-0 OTL @ PHI (4/17/02)

Series 46 (2x) Last: 2007 vs NJ

Season 46 1999 vs BUF

Power-play chances

Most

Period 5 2-1 L vs BUF (4/21/99), 2nd

Game 12 5-0 W @ TOR (5/2/02)

Series 35 (2x) Last: 2004 vs TOR

Season 95 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Most allowed

Period 6 4-3 L vs TOR (5/12/02), 1st

Game 11 8-4 W @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 32 (2x) Last: 2012 vs NYR

Season 99 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Power-play goals

Most

Period 2 (10x) Last: 5-4 W @ PIT (4/14/10), 2nd

Game 3 (3x) Last: 8-4 W @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 8 2006 vs TB

Season 18 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Most allowed

Period 2 (6x) Last: 3-2 L vs NYR (4/23/12), 2nd

Game 3 (2x) Last: 5-3 L @ PIT (4/11/08)

Series 7 2010 vs PIT

Season 12 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

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Shorthanded goals

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Most

Period 1 (8x) Last: 6-2 L @ ANA (6/6/07), 2nd

Game 1 (8x) Last: 6-2 L @ ANA (6/6/07)

Series 2 2003 vs PHI

Season 3 (2x) Last: 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Most allowed

Period 1 (10x) Last: 7-4 L vs PIT (4/20/10), 2nd

Game 2 7-6 OTL vs BUF (5/5/06)

Series 3 2006 vs BUF

Season 4 1998 vs NJ, WSH

Shutouts

Most

Series 3 2002 vs PHI

Season 4 2002 vs PHI, TOR

Most, opponent

Series 3 2004 vs TOR

Season 4 2003 vs NYI, PHI, NJ

Results

Largest margin of victory 5 5-0 W @ TOR (5/2/02)

Largest margin of defeat 5 6-1 L @ WSH (5/9/98)

Longest winning streak 6 4/30/07-5/14/07

Longest losing streak 8 5/13/98-4/15/00

Longest home winning streak 4 (2x) Last: 4/19/07-5/14/07

Longest home losing streak 7 6/4/07-4/16/12

Longest road winning streak 4 (3x) Last: 5/5/07-5/19/07

Longest road losing streak 13 4/24/98-4/17/02

Most road wins in a series 3 2007 vs BUF

Most road wins in a season 7 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Most road losses in a series 3 (4x) Last: 2007 vs ANA

Most road losses in a season 5 1998 vs NJ, WSH

Most OT wins in a series 2 (4x) Last: 2012 vs NYR

Most OT wins in a season 4 2003 vs NYI, PHI, NJ

Most OT losses in a series 3 2006 vs BUF

Most OT losses in a season 3 2006 vs TB, BUF

Most home wins in a series 3 1998 vs NJ

Most home wins in a season 6 (2x) Last: 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Longest overtime game (win)

Longest overtime game (loss)

47:06, 4/22/10 @ PIT

44:30, 5/4/02 @ TOR

Most home losses in a series 3 (2x) Last: 2010 vs PIT

Most home losses in a season 4 (2x) Last: 2006 vs TB, BUF

Most wins in a season 13 2007 vs PIT, NJ, BUF, ANA

Senators speed

From start of period 0:09 Dany Heatley: 4/11/07 vs PIT, 3rd

From start of game 0:18 Peter Regin: 4/16/10 @ PIT

Fastest two goals 0:15 5/5/06 vs BUF: Jason Spezza (3:05 - 1st), Bryan Smolinski (3:20 - 1st)

Fastest three goals 4:00 5/2/02 @ TOR: Martin Havlat (7:44 - 1st), Radek Bonk (9:04 - 1st), Shane Hnidy (11:44 - 1st)

Fastest power-play goal 0:04 Jason Spezza: 5/19/03 vs NJ

Fastest shorthanded goal 0:10 Todd White: 5/19/03 vs NJ

Fastest overtime goal 1:17 Chris Neil: 4/14/12 @ NYR

Opponent speed

From start of period 0:09 Derek Roy: 5/16/07 vs BUF, 1st

From start of game 0:09 Derek Roy: 5/16/07 vs BUF

Fastest two goals 0:12 4/20/10 vs PIT: Sidney Crosby (3:47 – 2nd), Matt Cook (3:59 – 2nd)

Fastest three goals 1:55 5/5/06 vs BUF: Derek Roy (18:23 – 3rd), Tim Connolly (19:49 – 3rd), Chris Drury (0:18 – OT)

Fastest power-play goal 0:06 Brian Holzinger: 4/25/99 @ BUF

Fastest shorthanded goal 0:33 John Madden: 5/17/03 @ NJ

Fastest overtime goal 0:18 Chris Drury: 5/5/06 vs BUF

Individual records

Games Most

Season 20 17 players (2007)

Career 111 Daniel Alfredsson

Goals Most

Period 3 Daniel Alfredsson vs WSH (5/11/98), 1st

Game 3 (2x) Alfredsson (2x), last: vs WSH (5/11/98)

Series 6 Martin Havlat vs TB (2006)

Season 14 Daniel Alfredsson (2007)

Career 47 Daniel Alfredsson

Assists Most

Period 3 Jason Spezza @ TB (4/25/06), 3rd

Game 4 Jason Spezza @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 8 (2x) D. Heatley, J. Spezza vs TB (2006)

Season 15 (2x) Jason Spezza, Dany Heatley (2007)

Career 43 Daniel Alfredsson

Points Most

Period 3 (2x) Last: J. Spezza (0-3) @ TB (4/25/06), 3rd

Game 4 Jason Spezza (0-4) @ TB (4/25/06)

Series 10 (4x) Last: Dany Heatley (3-7) vs NJ (2007)

Season 22 (3x) Alfredsson (14-8), Heatley (7-15), Spezza (7-15) (2007)

Career 90 Daniel Alfredsson

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Power-play goals - Most

Period 2 (2x) Last: Jason Spezza @ BUF (5/10/06), 3rd

Game 2 (2x) Last: Jason Spezza @ BUF (5/10/06)

Series 4 Daniel Alfredsson vs PHI (2003)

Season 6 Last: Daniel Alfredsson (2007)

Career 22 Daniel Alfredsson

Shorthanded goals - Most

Period 1 (8x) Last: D. Alfredsson @ ANA (6/6/07), 2nd

Game 1 (8x) Last: Daniel Alfredsson @ ANA (6/6/07)

Series 1 (8x) Last: Daniel Alfredsson @ ANA (6/6/07)

Season 1 (8x) Last: Daniel Alfredsson (2007)

Career 3 Mike Fisher

Game-winning goals - Most

Series 2 (3x) Last: Daniel Alfredsson vs BUF (2007)

Season 4 Daniel Alfredsson (2007)

Career 11 Daniel Alfredsson

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Overtime goals - Most

Series 1 (14x) Last: C. Neil and K. Turris vs NYR (2012)

Season 1 (14x) Last: C. Neil and K. Turris (2012)

Career 2 Daniel Alfredsson

Shots - Most

Period 7 Alexei Yashin @ WSH (5/9/98), 2nd

Game 10 (3x) Last: Erik Karlsson @ NYR (4/14/12)

Series 32 Marian Hossa vs TOR (2004)

Season 66 Daniel Alfredsson (2007)

Career 340 Daniel Alfredsson

Penalty minutes - Most

Period 17 Matt Carkner @ NYR (4/14/12), 1st

Game 17 Matt Carkner @ NYR (4/14/12)

Series 34 Jarkko Ruutu vs PIT (2010)

Season 34 Jarkko Ruutu (2010)

Career 153 Chris Neil

Goaltenders

Appearances - Most

Season 20 Ray Emery (2007)

Career 41 Patrick Lalime

Shutouts - Most

Series 3 Patrick Lalime vs PHI (2002) ^

Season 4 Patrick Lalime (2002)

Career 5 Patrick Lalime

^ Ties NHL record

Saves - Most

Period 19 Martin Gerber @ PIT (4/11/08), 1st

Game 56 Pascal Leclaire @ PIT (4/22/10)

Series 194 Craig Anderson vs NYR (2012)

Season 458 Ray Emery (2007)

Career 944 Patrick Lalime

Shots - Most

Period 20 (2x) Martin Gerber @ PIT (4/11/08), 1st and 2nd

Game 59 Pascal Leclaire @ PIT (4/22/10)

Series 208 Craig Anderson vs NYR (2012)

Season 505 Ray Emery (2007)

Career 1,019 Patrick Lalime

Wins - Most

Season 13 Ray Emery (2007)

Career 21 Patrick Lalime

Goals-against-average

(Minimum five games played)

Best

Series 0.40 Patrick Lalime vs PHI (2002)

Season 1.39 Patrick Lalime (2002)

Career 1.76 Patrick Lalime

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SENATORS ALL-TIME PLAYOFFS LAST TIME

Senators recorded a shutout Home: 5/14/07 1-0 W vs BUF Ray Emery (15 saves)

Away: 4/21/12 2-0 W @ NYR Craig Anderson (41 saves)

Senators were shutout Home: 4/16/12 1-0 L vs NYR Henrik Lundqvist (39 saves)

Away: 4/9/08 4-0 L @ PIT Marc-Andre Fleury (26 saves)

Senators won in overtime Home: 4/18/12 3-2 W vs NYR Kyle Turris (2:42)

Away: 4/14/12 3-2 W @ NYR Chris Neil (1:17)

Senators lost in overtime Home: 4/24/10 4-3 L vs PIT Pascal Dupuis (9:56)

Away: 4/28/07 3-2 L @ NJ Jamie Langenbrunner (1:55, 2OT)

Senators took a 4-goal or more lead Home: 4/11/07 6-3 W vs PIT 6-2 lead

Away: 4/26/07 5-4 W @ NJ 4-0 lead

Opponent took a 4-goal or more lead Home: 4/20/10 7-4 L vs PIT 4-0 lead

Away: 4/12/12 4-2 L @ NYR 4-0 lead

Senators player had a hat trick Home: 5/11/98 4-3 W vs WSH Daniel Alfredsson (3-0)

Away: Never

Opposing player had a hat trick

Senators player had a 4-point game

Home: Never

Away: Never

Home: Never

Away: 4/25/06 8-4 W @ TB Jason Spezza (0-4)

Opposing player had a 4-point game Home: 4/20/10 7-4 L vs PIT Sidney Crosby (2-2)

Away: 4/11/08 5-3 L @ PIT Sidney Crosby (0-4)

Senators player had a penalty shot

Opposing player had a penalty shot

Home: Never

Away: 6/6/07 6-2 L @ ANA A. Vermette (no goal vs J. Giguère)

Home: Never

Away: Never

Senators scored an empty-net goal Home: 4/30/07 2-0 W vs NJ Jason Spezza (19:04)

Away: 4/21/12 2-0 W @ NYR Jason Spezza (19:04)

Senators allowed an empty-net goal Home: 4/16/08 3-1 L vs PIT Sidney Crosby (19:52)

Away: 4/11/08 5-3 L @ PIT Ryan Malone (19:53)

Senators scored with an extra attacker Home: 4/23/12 3-2 L vs NYR Jason Spezza (19:21)

Away: 4/28/07 3-2 2OTL @ NJ Dany Heatley (19:33)

Opponent scored with an extra attacker Home: 5/5/06 7-6 L vs BUF Tim Connolly (19:49)

Away: 5/12/07 4-3 2OTW @ BUF Daniel Brière (19:54)

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SENATORS ALL-TIME PLAYOFF STATS

Player GP G A Pts PIM

Daniel Alfredsson 111 47 43 90 68

Magnus Arvedson 52 3 8 11 34

Cody Bass 4 1 0 1 6

Bill Berg 2 0 0 0 0

Radim Bicanek 7 0 0 0 8

Peter Bondra 7 0 0 0 6

Radek Bonk 61 9 15 24 38

Benoit Brunet 12 0 3 3 0

Bobby Butler 3 0 0 0 0

Chris Campoli 6 0 2 2 4

Matt Carkner 10 1 1 2 33

Zdeno Chara 45 3 11 14 57

Jonathan Cheechoo 1 0 0 0 0

Tom Chorske 5 0 1 1 2

Mike Commodore 4 0 2 2 0

Mike Comrie 20 2 4 6 17

Erik Condra 7 1 0 1 0

Joe Corvo 20 2 7 9 6

Jared Cowen 7 0 1 1 4

Phil Crowe 3 0 0 0 16

Matt Cullen 6 3 5 8 0

Randy Cunneyworth 13 1 2 3 16

Andreas Dackell 32 4 3 7 4

Alexandre Daigle 7 0 0 0 2

Kaspars Daugavins 1 0 0 0 0

Greg de Vries 7 0 1 1 8

Ted Donato 1 0 0 0 0

Shean Donovan 6 1 0 1 2

Steve Duchesne 7 1 4 5 0

Patrick Eaves 17 1 2 3 12

Nelson Emerson 4 1 3 4 0

Pat Falloon 2 0 0 0 0

Mike Fisher 75 14 14 28 66

Nick Foligno 17 2 4 6 12

Colin Forbes 5 1 0 1 14

Bruce Gardiner 21 1 4 5 8

Matt Gilroy 3 0 0 0 0

Sergei Gonchar 7 1 3 4 6

Colin Greening 7 0 1 1 0

Martin Havlat 51 14 20 34 36

Dany Heatley 34 10 25 33 31

Shane Hnidy 14 1 1 2 12

Marian Hossa 51 13 21 34 18

Jody Hull 14 1 1 2 2

Andreas Johansson 2 0 0 0 0

Joé Juneau 6 2 1 3 0

Erik Karlsson 13 2 5 7 8

Chris Kelly 36 4 9 13 8

Zenon Konopka 6 0 2 2 2

Igor Kravchuk 21 3 4 7 4

Filip Kuba 7 0 2 2 10

Éric Lacroix 4 0 1 1 0

Denny Lambert 17 0 1 1 28

Martin Lapointe 4 0 0 0 4

continued GP G A Pts PIM

Janne Laukkanen 22 2 3 5 18

Grant Ledyard 6 0 0 0 16

Brian Lee 4 0 0 0 2

Curtis Leschyshyn 36 0 2 2 10

Steve Martins 2 0 0 0 0

Dean McAmmond 22 5 3 8 15

Shawn McEachern 44 4 13 17 30

Andrej Meszaros 34 2 7 9 36

Milan Michalek 8 1 1 2 4

Brad Miller 1 0 0 0 0

Chris Murray 11 1 0 1 8

Stan Neckar 9 0 0 0 2

Chris Neil 81 9 6 15 153

Jim O’Brien 7 0 1 1 0

Ricard Persson 4 0 0 0 15

Chris Phillips 104 6 8 14 84

Lance Pitlick 20 0 1 1 21

Brian Pothier 16 2 1 3 10

Tom Preissing 20 2 5 7 10

Vaclav Prospal 16 0 4 4 4

Karel Rachunek 20 1 3 4 14

Wade Redden 94 12 33 45 55

Peter Regin 6 3 1 4 6

Jamie Rivers 1 0 0 0 4

Randy Robitaille 2 0 1 1 0

André Roy 7 0 0 0 18

Jarkko Ruutu 6 2 1 3 34

Sami Salo 26 3 2 5 4

Oleg Saprykin 15 1 1 2 4

Peter Schaefer 53 5 15 20 34

Petr Schastlivy 1 0 0 0 0

Christoph Schubert 31 0 2 2 34

Ryan Shannon 2 0 0 0 0

Jakob Silfverberg 2 0 0 0 2

Mike Sillinger 4 0 0 0 2

Zack Smith 13 0 1 1 15

Bryan Smolinski 35 6 11 17 12

Jason Spezza 53 17 34 51 26

Cory Stillman 4 2 0 2 2

Mark Stone 1 0 1 1 0

Andy Sutton 6 0 0 0 8

Patrick Traverse 6 0 0 0 2

Kyle Turris 7 1 2 3 2

Shaun Van Allen 46 1 4 5 35

Vaclav Varada 33 3 7 10 34

Antoine Vermette 38 4 4 8 18

Anton Volchenkov 61 3 12 15 48

Todd White 39 8 3 11 16

Jesse Winchester 10 0 0 0 0

Alexei Yashin 26 6 9 15 20

Juha Ylonen 12 0 5 5 2

Jason York 28 2 4 6 21

Rob Zamuner 10 2 0 2 8

Sergei Zholtok 18 1 3 4 0

Goaltenders GP Min GAA W L EN SO GA SA Sv%

Craig Anderson 7 419 2.00 3 4 0 1 14 208 .933

Tom Barrasso 6 72 2.58 2 4 1 0 16 168 .905

Brian Elliott 4 203 4.14 1 2 0 0 14 81 .853

Ray Emery 30 1,852 2.46 18 12 0 3 60 670 .910

Martin Gerber 4 238 3.53 0 4 2 0 14 159 .912

Patrick Lalmine 41 2,550 1.76 21 20 0 5 75 1,019 .926

Pascal Leclaire 2 211 2.85 1 2 0 0 10 115 .920

Martin Prusek 1 40 1.50 0 0 0 0 1 15 .933

Damian Rhodes 12 740 2.19 5 7 0 0 27 301 .910

Ron Tugnutt 11 617 2.53 3 7 0 1 26 235 .889

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SENATORS ALL-TIME PLAYOFF OVERTIME POINTS

Player G A Pts

Daniel Alfredsson 2 1 3

Mike Fisher 1 1 2

Martin Havlat 1 1 2

Chris Neil 1 1 2

Radek Bonk 0 2 2

Marian Hossa 0 2 2

Janne Laukkanen 0 2 2

Vaclav Varada 0 2 2

Matt Carkner 1 0 1

Joe Corvo 1 0 1

Bruce Gardiner 1 0 1

Chris Phillips 1 0 1

Wade Redden 1 0 1

Kyle Turris 1 0 1

Shaun Van Allen 1 0 1

Todd White 1 0 1

Alexei Yashin 1 0 1

Magnus Arvedson 0 1 1

Tom Chorske 0 1 1

Jared Cowen 0 1 1

Sergei Gonchar 0 1 1

Dany Heatley 0 1 1

Igor Kravchuk 0 1 1

Andrej Meszaros 0 1 1

Jim O’Brien 0 1 1

Karel Rachunek 0 1 1

Peter Schaefer 0 1 1

Zack Smith 0 1 1

Jason Spezza 0 1 1

Antoine Vermette 0 1 1

Career playoff overtime points for active Senators

Player GP G A Pts

Daniel Alfredsson 25 2 1 3

Sergei Gonchar 24 0 3 3

Chris Neil 17 1 1 2

Kyle Turris 2 1 0 1

Matt Carkner 4 1 0 1

Chris Phillips 22 1 0 1

Jared Cowen 2 0 1 1

Jim O’Brien 2 0 1 1

Zack Smith 4 0 1 1

Filip Kuba 8 0 1 1

Jason Spezza 11 0 1 1

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Alfredsson, Daniel

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 5 4 1 5 0

Buffalo Sabres 21 11 11 22 14

New Jersey Devils 18 6 4 10 10

New York Islanders 5 0 3 3 4

New York Rangers 4 2 0 2 0

Philadelphia Flyers 11 7 3 10 2

Pittsburgh Penguins 13 5 9 14 10

Tampa Bay Lightning 5 1 3 4 2

Toronto Maple Leafs 24 7 8 15 10

Washington Capitals 5 4 1 5 16

TOTALS 111 47 43 90 68

Anderson, Craig

GP W L MIN GA SO Avg.

San Jose Sharks 6 2 4 366 16 1 2.62

New York Rangers 7 3 4 419 14 1 2.00

TOTALS 13 5 8 785 30 2 2.29

Auld, Alex

GP W L MIN GA SO Avg.

Minnesota Wild 1 0 0 20 1 0 3.00

Calgary Flames 3 1 2 222 9 0 2.43

TOTALS 4 1 2 242 10 0 2.48

Butler, Bobby

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 3 0 0 0 0

TOTALS 3 0 0 0 0

Carkner, Matt

GP G A PTS PIM

Pittsburgh Penguins 6 1 0 1 12

New York Rangers 4 0 1 1 21

TOTALS 10 1 1 2 33

Condra, Erik

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 1 0 1 0

TOTALS 7 1 0 1 0

Cowen, Jared

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 0 1 1 4

TOTALS 7 0 1 1 4

Daugavins, Kaspars

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 1 0 0 0 0

TOTALS 1 0 0 0 0

Foligno, Nick

GP G A PTS PIM

Pittsburgh Penguins 10 1 1 2 4

New York Rangers 7 1 3 4 8

TOTALS 17 2 4 6 12

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Gilroy, Matt

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 3 0 0 0 0

Washington Capitals 5 1 0 1 2

TOTALS 8 1 0 1 2

Gonchar, Sergei

GP G A PTS PIM

Boston Bruins 6 4 1 5 4

Buffalo Sabres 6 0 0 0 18

Carolina Hurricanes 4 0 2 2 4

Detroit Red Wings 17 1 5 6 8

Montreal Canadiens 14 3 8 11 6

New York Rangers 12 1 6 7 8

Ottawa Senators 20 5 12 17 8

Philadelphia Flyers 11 1 10 11 6

Pittsburgh Penguins 24 6 9 15 14

Tampa Bay Lightning 6 0 5 5 4

Washington Capitals 5 1 4 5 4

TOTALS 125 22 62 84 84

Greening, Colin

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 0 1 1 0

TOTALS 7 0 1 1 0

Karlsson, Erik

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 1 0 1 4

Pittsburgh Penguins 6 1 5 6 4

TOTALS 13 2 5 7 8

Konopka, Zenon

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 6 0 2 2 2

TOTALS 6 0 2 2 2

Kuba, Filip

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 4 0 0 0 2

Colorado Avalanche 7 2 2 4 10

New Jersey Devils 6 1 4 5 4

New York Rangers 7 0 2 2 10

Vancouver Canucks 7 1 3 4 12

TOTALS 31 4 11 15 38

Michalek, Milan

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 6 1 0 1 2

Calgary Flames 7 0 0 0 2

Dallas Stars 6 4 0 4 2

Detroit Red Wings 6 0 2 2 2

Edmonton Oilers 4 0 3 3 2

Nashville Predators 10 5 1 6 8

New York Rangers 7 1 1 2 4

Pittsburgh Penguins 1 0 0 0 0

TOTALS 47 11 7 18 22


Neil, Chris

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 5 1 0 1 6

Buffalo Sabres 10 0 0 0 18

New Jersey Devils 9 1 0 1 10

New York Islanders 5 0 0 0 13

New York Rangers 7 2 1 3 22

Philadelphia Flyers 11 0 0 0 7

Pittsburgh Penguins 15 4 4 8 42

Tampa Bay Lightning 5 1 0 1 6

Toronto Maple Leafs 14 0 1 1 29

TOTALS 81 9 6 15 153

O’Brien, Jim

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 0 1 1 0

TOTALS 7 0 1 1 0

Phillips, Chris

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 5 0 0 0 4

Buffalo Sabres 13 1 0 1 6

New Jersey Devils 18 1 3 4 12

New York Islanders 5 1 0 1 6

New York Rangers 7 0 1 1 4

Philadelphia Flyers 11 0 2 2 12

Pittsburgh Penguins 15 0 0 0 18

Tampa Bay Lightning 4 1 0 1 4

Toronto Maple Leafs 21 2 1 3 18

Washington Capitals 5 0 1 1 0

TOTALS 104 6 8 14 84

Regin, Peter

GP G A PTS PIM

Pittsburgh Penguins 6 3 1 4 6

TOTALS 6 3 1 4 6

Silfverberg, Jakob

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 2 0 0 0 2

TOTALS 2 0 0 0 2

Smith, Zack

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 0 1 1 10

Pittsburgh Penguins 6 0 0 0 5

TOTALS 13 0 1 1 15

Spezza, Jason

GP G A PTS PIM

Anaheim Ducks 5 0 2 2 4

Buffalo Sabres 10 5 7 12 2

New Jersey Devils 8 4 6 10 0

New York Rangers 7 3 2 5 8

Pittsburgh Penguins 15 3 9 12 8

Tampa Bay Lightning 5 2 8 10 2

Toronto Maple Leafs 3 0 0 0 2

TOTALS 53 17 34 51 26

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Stone, Mark

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 1 0 1 1 0

TOTALS 1 0 1 1 0

Turris, Kyle

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 7 1 2 3 2

Detroit Red Wings 4 1 2 3 2

TOTALS 11 2 4 6 4

Winchester, Jesse

GP G A PTS PIM

New York Rangers 4 0 0 0 0

Pittsburgh Penguins 6 0 0 0 0

TOTALS 10 0 0 0 0

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