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Game 41 Prediction Panel: Florida Panthers @ Ottawa Senators

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Sens vs Streak

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Adnan
4-2 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

The Senators return home and win in front of their fans. It is a close game but in the end Mike Hoffman proves to be the difference.

Record: 22-18, 26 Points
0 Exact Scores, 4 Game Winning Goals

Ary
1-0 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

Offence gets back on track in this one. Craig Anderson has stellar numbers against his old team, and posts a shutout on the Panthers, who just extended GM Dale Tallon after a record December. I’m a big “don’t make big, lasting decisions when you’re really happy or sad” kinda guy, and I think that ends up costing a team that isn’t as good as their record indicates.

Record: 21-19, 24 Points
3 Exact Scores, 0 Game Winning Goals

B_T
3-1 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

Snapping the Panthers hot streak? Sure, why not. This isn't the same situation that saw the Sens get brutally outplayed the last time these two played each other.

Record: 18-22, 21 Points
3 Exact Scores, 0 Game Winning Goals

Callum
4-3 Panthers
GWG: Jaromir Jagr

I can just hear all the cheesy Jagr jokes on Twitter. Who am I kidding, I’ll be making the bulk of them.

Record: 22-18, 28 Points
2 Exact Scores, 4 Game Winning Goals

Ian
3-1 Senators
GWG: Bobby Ryan

Bobby pots a pair of goals in a low-scoring game against the Panthers. Anderson locks it down to pick up the two points for the Sens.

Record: 22-18, 27 Points
2 Exact Scores, 3 Game Winning Goals

nkb
5-2 Senators
GWG: Mika Zibanejad

The Sens are dominant from start to finish in this one and earn a well-deserved victory against their Atlantic Division rivals.

Record: 23-17, 25 Points
0 Exact Scores, 2 Game Winning Goals

Ross
4-2 Senators
GWG: Erik Karlsson

The Senators will enjoy coming back from the Central Division to face a team in the mediocre Atlantic, and will celebrate by beating the Panthers handily

Record: 18-22, 19 Points
0 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

Trevor
4-1 Senators
GWG: Chris Wideman

Ottawa's due for a win against a divisional opponent, and the Panthers aren't as good as their record indicates. Florida may make the playoffs, but I'm sure they'll slip back a bit soon.

Record: 20-20, 26 Points
2 Exact Scores, 4 Game Winning Goals