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Game 62 Prediction Panel: Ottawa Senators @ Vancouver Canucks

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Can the Sens make it five in a row in Vancouver?

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Adnan
4-2 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

Mike Hoffman runs riot on Vancouver (ha! Riot in Vancouver! Funny Adnan!) with his first career hat trick. The Senators continue to give faint hope to their fans.

Record: 34-27, 39 Points

1 Exact Scores, 4 Game Winning Goals

Ary
3-2 Canucks (OT)
GWG: Daniel Sedin

Although the ‘Nucks are far down the standings, they seem like the kind of team to play Ottawa even and win in OT. Sedin wins this one quickly.

Record: 31-30, 38 Points

6 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

B_T

3-1 Canucks
GWG: Daniel Sedin

Team hitting the skids? Here comes the Ottawa Slumpbusters again!

Record: 28-33, 32 Points

3 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

Callum
3-2 Senators
GWG: Mike Hoffman

I think it's rather hilarious that Vancouver, in like a 3-year time frame, managed to give away Roberto Luongo, Cory Schneider AND Eddie Lack, and ended up with Ryan Miller on the downswing of his career. Job well done.

Record: 32-29, 42 Points

4 Exact Scores, 6 Game Winning Goals

Ian
5-3 Senators
GWG: Erik Karlsson

Karlsson pots the game winner and then adds an empty netter for the hat trick.

Record: 31-30, 37 Points

2 Exact Scores, 4 Game Winning Goals

Jordan
4-3 Senators
GWG: Mark Stone

Ottawa needs four out of six points on this trip to stay afloat (preferably six). They'll grab two in Vancouver with the help of Mark Stone.

Record: 0-1, 0 Points

0 Exact Scores, 0 Game Winning Goals

nkb

3-1 Senators

GWG: Mark Stone

Vancouver's a one-line team that the Sens will control thanks to the dominant play of their top unit. Stone gets a three point night, including the game-winner.

Record: 32-29, 36 Points
1 Exact Scores, 3 Game Winning Goals

Ross
3-1 Senators
GWG: Curtis Lazar

The Canucks are getting worse. If Toronto can beat them with Mark Arcobello scoring two goals, Ottawa should win this in a walk.

Record: 26-35, 28 Points
1 Exact Scores, 1 Game Winning Goals

Trevor
3-2 Senators
GWG: Erik Karlsson

Whenever the Sens come out to my home town, I usually go out and see them. The only time they've beaten the Canucks since I've been going was in the Heritage Classic, but I think they'll add to that total tonight. The Canucks have been abysmal at home recently, and just in general.

Record: 29-32, 39 Points
4 Exact Scores, 6 Game Winning Goals