Ryan Dzingel scored twice and Mark Stone had a goal and two assists as the Ottawa Senators beat the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning 6-3 on Saturday. The Senators have won consecutive games for the first time since Dec. 13-16 after a come-from-behind 6-5 victory Friday night over the San Jose Sharks. Matt Duchene, Zack Smith and Jean-Gabriel Pageau also scored for the Senators (14-17-9) as Craig Anderson made 45 saves.
In a year that has been nothing short of disappointing, Mark Stone has been a rare bright spot for the Ottawa Senators. The winger, who plays with a level of maturity and accountability well beyond his 25 years, has emerged as the Senators' best player on the ice this season as well as a valued leader. "I was brought up by my parents to carry myself with professionalism and character and that's stuck with me so I'm trying to do that through the tough times and the good times," Stone said Tuesday.
Ryan Spooner had two goals and Tuukka Rask stopped all 25 shots he faced on Saturday night as the Boston Bruins shut out the Ottawa Senators 5-0. The Bruins (21-10-6) beat Ottawa for the second time in less than a week after posting a 5-1 victory four days ago. Noel Acciari, David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also scored for Boston. Rask recorded his 40th career shutout and second this season. The loss leaves Ottawa with a 4-8-2 record in December and it was shut out five times.
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Selecting a term
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