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Game 34 Prediction Panel: Ottawa Senators @ Tampa Bay Lightning

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Sens return to Tampa for a rematch

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Remember to put your predictions in the comments to this post by the scheduled start time for it to count as an entry in our prediction contest! You can read the full rules on that here, and see the results and all of the entries (might both be a bit way behind) here.

Adnan
4-2 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

The Lightning suffered a shocking 5-3 loss after leading 3-0 against Washington on Friday. They just don't seem to be the same team this year. The Senators stars will be too much to contain.

Record: 19-14, 22 Points
0 Exact Scores, 3 Game Winning Goals

Ary
3-2 Lightning
GWG: Cedric Paquette

Marred in distractions, Tampa Bay comes out flying to enter the break on a high note with three quick goals. The Senators try to catch up, but are stymied by Ben Bishop.

Record: 16-17, 18 Points
2 Exact Scores, 0 Game Winning Goals

B_T
3-1 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

Sens probably deserved at least a bit better fate the last time these two teams met. I think they make up for that tonight.

Record: 17-16, 20 Points
3 Exact Scores, 0 Game Winning Goals

Callum
4-3 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

After Team Silver Nation downs Team Mullet 18-12 at the #SensBloggerClassic, we’ll all head over to the bar and watch the Sens down the Lightning.

Record: 18-15, 22 Points
2 Exact Scores, 2 Game Winning Goals

Ian
3-2 Lightning
GWG: Nikita Kucherov

The Sens lose a tough one in overtime against the Lightning. They would get more than their fair share of opportunities to win it, but are unable to capitalize on their chances.

Record: 18-15, 23 Points
2 Exact Scores, 3 Game Winning Goals

nkb
3-2 Lightning
GWG: Steven Stamkos

Stamkos breaks out of his season-long slump at the worst time and his three point night carries the Bolts past the Sens in a tightly-played affair.

Record: 20-13, 21 Points
0 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

Ross
5-3 Lightning
GWG: Nikita Kucherov

Ottawa plays just like last time in Tampa: fall behind early, have a couple lapses that let the Bolts extend the lead, then mount a comeback too late to actually make the game close.

Record: 17-16, 18 Points
0 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

Trevor
4-3 Lightning
GWG: Vladislav Namestnikov

Ottawa can't keep up with an underperforming but extremely talented Lightning team, and they lose for the 2nd time this month against them. For the game-winning goal, I just really wanted to say Namestnikov because of how great a name that is.

Record: 15-18, 19 Points
1 Exact Scores, 3 Game Winning Goals