Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Sens Hand Montreal First Home Loss



The NHL's only undefeated team at home finally fell tonight in its sixth home game as Ottawa's Kyle Turris buried the winner (see video above) to hand the Senators a 4-3 overtime win over the Canadiens. The goal was Turris' third OT winner in regulation in 410 career games.

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The Canadiens were 5-0-0 heading into the game, and had allowed only five goals in those games. Tonight they weren't so lucky with Mike Condon between the pipes to replace the injured Carey Price.

"No one likes losing. It was a hard-fought game," Condon said. "I thought Craig Anderson played really well, we took it to them in the third. That's the way it goes sometimes. It was a nice play there in overtime. We'll take the point."

“I liked our compete," Sens coach Dave Cameron said. "I thought we played the way we have to play. That team makes you play fast. We responded well. We played fast, in all three zones, with all four lines going.”