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NHL Monday: Bruins win physical battle with Senators

Boston won a grueling matchup with Ottawa that involved two questionable hits and one ridiculous shootout move.

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Kaspar Daugavins tried (and failed) a trick shot

Did it make the shootout look like a joke?

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Chris Neil's knee-on-knee hit on Chris Kelly

No penalty was called, but Kelly left the ice in considerable pain.

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McQuaid violently boards Chris Neil

Neil was shaken up, but returned to the bench later.

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Latendresse lights the lamp in his return

Latendresse had missed the last 18 games to injury.

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Can the Kings complete the sweep?

A daily feature which asks the five hardest-hitting questions imaginable about this day in the NHL. Will our quandaries be answered? (That doesn't count as one of the five questions.)

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NHL schedule and starting goalies

It's a light schedule in the NHL on Monday night, as the Boston Bruins challenge the Ottawa Senators and the Los Angeles Kings host the Calgary Flames.

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