2012 NHL Playoffs: Rangers Vs. Senators - Do Or Die Time
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.
The New York Rangers may have been a great team during the regular season when grabbing an early lead -- even more so with two-goal advantage, for that matter -- but they learned a hard lesson in...
So far in their series against the New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators players have scored eight goals. How have they done it so far? And how can they use that information to generate more offence?
|- 1, Ottawa Goal - Jason Spezza, from Mark Stone and Filip Kuba at 9:18. Penalties - Brandon Prust, NY Rangers (Roughing), 3:45; Chris Neil, Ottawa (Roughing), 3:45; Sergei Gonchar, Ottawa (Hooking), 6:51; Jared Cowen, Ottawa (Interference), 11:40; Jason Spezza, Ottawa (Roughing), 17:45.|
|- No scoring. Penalties - Ruslan Fedotenko, NY Rangers (Hi-sticking), :52; Mike Rupp, NY Rangers (Charging), 13:48; Ryan Callahan, NY Rangers (Roughing), 17:23.|
|- 2, Ottawa Empty Net Goal - Jason Spezza (2), from Zenon Konopka at 19:04. Penalties - Ryan Callahan, NY Rangers (Interference on goalkeeper), 9:04; Milan Michalek, Ottawa (Slashing), 13:21.|