2012 Ottawa Senators Playoffs
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It wasn't a pretty win, but the Ottawa Senators managed to hold the New York Rangers off, thanks in large part to goaltender Craig Anderson, to win game five by a 2-0 score.
It looks as though former 6th round draft pick Mark Stone will make his NHL debut tonight for the Ottawa Senators in their first round playoff matchup with the New York Rangers.
Ottawa Senators Defeat the New York Rangers 3-2 in Overtime
The Ottawa Senators lost game three of their NHL Stanley Cup playoff series against the New York Rangers by a 1-0 score. With the loss, they are down 2-1 in the series.
The NHL just fined point-per-game player Zenon Konopka $2500 for chirping Brian Boyle during an interview before Saturday night's game between the Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers. The team was also fiend $10,000.
Chris Neil didn't have a letter on his sweater last game, but he certainly played like a captain in game two of the Ottawa Senators' series against the New York Rangers on Saturday night.
The NHL has just announced that Carl Hagelin of the New York Rangers was suspended three games for his hit to the head on Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson.
Chris Neil scores in overtime, Senators tie series against Rangers 1-1
Next up in our 2012 Eastern Conference Quarter Final preview series is a comparison of the defencemen for the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators. Individually, the Rangers have a dark horse candidate for the Norris Trophy in Dan Girardi, but the Sens have one of the top blueliners in the league with Erik Karlsson. Other than that, though, there isn't much these two teams have in common on the back-end.