Latendresse IN, Michalek OUT vs Bruins, Lehener to Start In Goal For Ottawa Senators

At the game day skate before tonight’s match with the Bruins, Milan Michalek did not participate and is taking a maintenance day as his knee has had a setback after just 2 games back in the lineup.  Paul MacLean stated that it will likely be a day-to-day thing for the balance of the season, until he can get it taken care of.

Mar 8, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Ottawa Senators goalie Robin Lehner (40) makes a save on New York Rangers right wing Ryan Callahan (24) during the third period at Madison Square Garden. Ottawa won 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Taking his place will be Guillaume Latendresse, who will see his first action since January 30th after suffering what was reported to be whiplash symptoms.

Peter Regin looks like he be a scratch, but we have heard that before.

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Robin Lehner will start for the second consecutive game, the first time this season he has had that distinction.  Ben Bishop‘s poor game in Toronto may have long term implications for the coaching staff when they look to name a starter every night.

 

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Game time is 7:30.

For our complete preview of tonight’s game vs Boston, click HERE

 

Topics: Boston Bruins, Guillaume Latendresse, Milan Michalek, Ottawa Senators, Pre Game Skate, Robin Lehner

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