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GAME DAY #23: Sens @ Coyotes - 10:00pm - Thursday Nov. 28 2015

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GAME DAY #23: Sens @ Coyotes - 10:00pm - Thursday Nov. 28 2015
(The "Desert Sun" edition)


The Sens try to extend their longest winning streak of the season (which, really, isn't saying much) to 5 games as they face some tired Desert Dogs in Arizona.  The Coyotes played a full 60 minute game plus 4:20 of OT before coming off the ice with the win over the visiting Flames.  OEL had the winner in the extra period to give head coach Tippet his 500th win.  Meanwhile, the Sens got to Glendale early Wednesday morning, flying out after their win over the Colorado Avalanche, and have been enjoying a few days off under the warm desert sun.



The last time these two teams me, Mikkel Boedker's hat-trick paced Arizona to a 4-1 win at the CTC.  If you recall, that was the game in which Zbynek Michalek drilled Lazar head-first into the boards.  Lazar ended playing under 5 minutes that game, and missed the next three; meanwhile Michalek didn't get so much as a penalty on the play.  Two games later Zetterberg broke Pageau's nose with a blatant flying elbow to the head, receiving nothing for his efforts, other than a first star of the next game, also against the Senators.  We all remember the "vicious" hit Stone put on Ferraro that resulted in Stone missing 2 games and his mojo.

So, that's that.  The Sens face another tired opponent and should have more than a little chip on their shoulder as incentive.  Milan, I don't care if he's your brother, Lazar is your linemate.  Do the right thing.  Mom will eventually forgive you.

GO SENS GO!!!



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wprager wrote:
GAME DAY #23: Sens @ Coyotes - 10:00pm - Thursday Nov. 28 2015
(The "Desert Sun" edition)


The Sens try to extend their longest winning streak of the season (which, really, isn't saying much) to 5 games as they face some tired Desert Dogs in Arizona.  The Coyotes played a full 60 minute game plus 4:20 of OT before coming off the ice with the win over the visiting Flames.  OEL had the winner in the extra period to give head coach Tippet his 500th win.  Meanwhile, the Sens got to Glendale early Wednesday morning, flying out after their win over the Colorado Avalanche, and have been enjoying a few days off under the warm desert sun.



The last time these two teams me, Mikkel Boedker's hat-trick paced Arizona to a 4-1 win at the CTC.  If you recall, that was the game in which Zbynek Michalek drilled Lazar head-first into the boards.  Lazar ended playing under 5 minutes that game, and missed the next three; meanwhile Michalek didn't get so much as a penalty on the play.  Two games later Zetterberg broke Pageau's nose with a blatant flying elbow to the head, receiving nothing for his efforts, other than a first star of the next game, also against the Senators.  We all remember the "vicious" hit Stone put on Ferraro that resulted in Stone missing 2 games and his mojo.

So, that's that.  The Sens face another tired opponent and should have more than a little chip on their shoulder as incentive.  Milan, I don't care if he's your brother, Lazar is your linemate.  Do the right thing.  Mom will eventually forgive you.

GO SENS GO!!!
I think that's colorado's logo... I could be wrong.

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The yotes won last night so maybe they're ok with a loss tonight? Good deal if you ask me.

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Still 8 hours to make a game-saving trade.

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You said I it brah!  Fire sale!?!? Black Friday weekend!

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We just got Boedkered. Facepalm

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EK looked great in the third but man that second Boedker goal was brutal. I thought the point of all the strength training and avoiding conditioning was to be better at clearing the crease?

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Tough loss for the Ottawa Sens.

Maybe now they smarten up and make some trades.

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Just watched it. Brutal. Karlsson should be ashamed on that second goal. The pass that led to the goal of of the penalty box was pretty awful as well. Can't blame Anderson for any of those goals individually but a timely save out two would have been nice. We held them to under 20 shots. Facepalm


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I thought we deserved that one, but that's life. At time Karlsson was unreal.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:Tough loss for the Ottawa Sens.

Maybe now they smarten up and make some trades.

We tried to warn them SSF. WHY??!!?? WHY didn't they listen? Ahhhhh!


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As Hank would say. It's tough for City Ottawa.


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Cap'n Clutch wrote:As Hank would say. It's tough for City Ottawa.

Once again, Hank B shows us the way.

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They had a perfect opportunity to grab an easy 2 points. How the hell does Karlsson do that on the second goal? On that breakaway at least he just made a mistake -- bad, bad pass -- but on this one, did he at least politely ask Boedker to move along? Not asking for a cross-check across the back of the neck like Dubinsky on Crosby, but push him, hold down his stick, something! Definitely not #BeastMode out there for Andy, but give him a *little* bit of help in his own end.


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