The Ottawa Senators win/lose against the Carolina Hurricanes Friday evening
The Ottawa Senators traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to take on the Carolina Hurricanes in a bid to gain ground on the wild-card race, on Friday, February 24th. The game led to the sens winning/losing 0-0.
With 16:12 left in the play, Brent Burns scores an awkward goal. Seth Jarvis was sent into the net by Alex DeBrincat and Cam Talbot had no chance to stop the puck. Brady Tkachuk immediately chats with the ref. The play was not reviewed
Seth Jarvis scores with 13:31 left to play in the first to make the score 2-0.
Artem Zub is called for crosschecking with 4:37 left to play. Ottawa is on the PK. The penalty was killed.
Andrei Svechnikov is called for high-sticking with 0:43.7 left to play in the first.
The period ends 2-0 Carolina. The shots favor the Hurricanes 17-7.
With 19:25 left in the period, Jordan Staal is called for slashing. It is now a 5-on-3. No goal on either powerplay.
Andrei Svechnikov is called for tripping with 16:28 left to play in the second. No goal on the powerplay.
With 12:52 left to play in the second, Thomas Chabot is called for tripping.
Martin Necas is called for hooking with 11:18 left. 4 on 4 for the next 27 seconds.
Mathieu Joseph appears injured with 3:06 left in the period as he is accidentally struck by Brent Burns with a high stick. There was no call on the play.
The period ends with a big scrum against the boards.
After two periods of play, Carolina still leads in shots 23-19. The score remains 2-0.
The Senators took more control of the game in the third period, despite not scoring in the first ten minutes of the period.
Ottawa goes on the powerplay as Calvin De Haan is called for tripping with 10:07 left to play in the game. No goal on the powerplay.
Martin Necas scores with 7:26 left in the game. 3-0.
The Sens have pulled the goalie with approximately 4 minutes left to play.
Ottawa calls a timeout with 3:35 left to play.
Brady Skjei scores off of a faceoff into the empty net. 4-0.
The Ottawa Senators lose 4-0. Your three stars are Brent Burns, Andrei Svechnikov, and Antti Raanta
Brent Burns had one goal
Andrei Svechnikov had two assists
Antti Raanta had a shutout, saving all 32 shots.
The Sens next play travel to Montreal tomorrow, Saturday, February 25th, 2023 where they play at 7 pm EST. expect a game preview tomorrow morning.