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Dienstag, 8. September 2015, 10:10

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Craig Anderson has quite a record against his former team, the
Florida Panthers. Colin Greening scored the go-ahead goal late in the second
period and Anderson stopped 30 shots, leading the Ottawa Senators over the
Panthers 4-2 on Tuesday night. Anderson, who also played for the Panthers from
2006-09, is 10-1-1 against them in his career. It looked as if his remarkable
run might end after the Panthers scored two power play goals midway through the
first period. "I had to hit the reset button there," Anderson said. "We didnt
get the start we wanted. Going down 5-on-3, they capitalized on their power
play. ... In the second and third the momentum changed in our favour."
Bobby Ryan, Erik Condra and Joe Corvo also scored for the Senators.
Jonathan Huberdeau and Brian Campbell scored goals for Florida and Tim Thomas
stopped 41 shots. Ottawa won for the 13th time in its last 15 games against the
Panthers. Florida remains winless in the Atlantic Division (0-6-1) this season.
The Senators broke a 2-all tie with a fortunate bounce on a power play. Corvo
took a shot from above the right circle and the puck bounced off Greenings leg
and over Thomas shoulder and into the net with 43 seconds left in the middle
period. The goal was upheld after a review by officials. "Its interesting how
goals come," Greening said. "They come in all shapes and forms. Tonight was an
odd one but Ill take it." Ottawa stretched its lead to 4-2 in the third on Ryans
goal. Jared Cowens pass got by three Panthers players and found Ryans stick in
front. He pushed the puck past Thomas at 11:52. The Panthers have given up at
least one power play goal in each of their last six games. Trailing 2-0 halfway
through the first, the Senators scored twice in the period to tie it. They
closed to 2-1 on Corvos goal. His wrist shot from the point got past Thomas on
the stick side at 10:58. Condra scored with 1:15 left in the first to tie the
game at 2 when he poked in the puck from in front on a pass by Jason Spezza from
behind the net. "I thought Craig was very competitive tonight, but at the same
time was very calm in the net," Senators coach Paul MacLean said. "That was good
to see. That gave us momentum after we were down 2-0, and then we were tied up
before the end of the period. That certainly helped us a lot." The Panthers made
the most of a 5-on-3 power play in the first, scoring two goals.
Tomas Fleischmanns shot from the point was blocked, but Huberdeau was near the
crease and swept in the rebound to make it 1-0 at 6:44. Fleischmann broke a
nine-game pointless streak with the assist. Later in the power play, Campbell
made it 2-0 after his slap shot from the left circle went over Andersons
shoulder and into the net at 8:22. This was the first time the Panthers scored
two power play goals in a game since the home opener, a 6-3 win over Pittsburgh
on Oct. 11. Thomas faced 45 shots, the most the Panthers have allowed this
season. The previous high was 40 against Boston on Oct. 17. "We came out, get
the 2-0 lead and its our job to keep it and not let the momentum switch no
matter what happens," Thomas said. "I felt I played well tonight." The Senators
had seven power plays. "Mistakes and took a lot of penalties, some warranted,
some probably not," Campbell said. "That doesnt help when youre killing a lot.
... Its frustrating." NOTES: Senators D Marc Methot returned to the lineup after
missing one game with the flu. ... Senators D Chris Phillips played in his
1,100th NHL game. ... Panthers D Dmitry Kulikov, a former first-round draft pick
in 2009, was a healthy scratch. ... Winnipeg Jets coach Claude Noel was in
attendance. The Jets play the Panthers on Thursday.
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goals-against average and .950 save percentage to help the Blue Jackets
(35-26-6) gain five of a possible six points last week. He capped the week by
making 32 saves and stopping 2-of-4 shootout attempts in a 2-1 win over the
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TSN2 at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt. This series is rematch of a 2013 postseason
matchup, as the Wild were the Blackhawks first victim in their march to the Cup
last year.MONTREAL -- There were wrestlers on a mat, a gymnast bounding on a
trampoline and even a womens hockey team on skates at the Bell Centre as the
Canadian Olympic Committee announced its lastest fundraising coup. Ever the
showman, COC president Marcel Aubut used that setting on Thursday to say the COC
will inject an extra $5 million into the Own The Podium program to help athletes
vie for medals at the 2012 Games in London and beyond. And he got Montreal
Canadiens owner Geoff Molson to donate the use of the vast arena for the news
conference, which included lowering the giant scoreboard over centre ice to be a
backdrop showing video of Canadian Olympians in action. The money raised the
COCs contribution to $25 million for the 2009-2012 Olympic cycle. Canadian sport
and the COCs fundraising efforts were boosted by Canadas record 14 gold medals
at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. Now they hope to make a splash at a
summer Games. "We can become one of the G8 countries as far as supporting
athletes," said Aubut. "Were far behind. We have a great reputation for doing a
lot with not much. But if we have the funding and equipment the others have,
then we can dream about being as good in summer as in winter (Olympics)." Canada
won 18 medals to finish 15th at the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing -- three gold,
nine silver and six bronze -- but is looking to crack the top 12 in London. Cuba
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