NHL (Leafs and Senators) and NBA News Desk Correspondent. Brock University Bachelor of Sport Management class of '19. Maple Leafs, Raptors, Blue Jays and Bills fan. Recent intern with the Eswatini Olympic & Commonwealth Games Association, current youth and highschool basketball coach.
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Thomas Chabot recorded an assist, four shots, two hits and a block in a game-high 26:20 in a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Craig Anderson got into the win column for the first time this season, turning away 19 of 21 shots and backstopping the Senators to a 4-2 win on Saturday.
Vladislav Namestnikov led the way in a surprising Senators win over Tampa Bay, 4-2. Namestnikov had two goals and added an assist. He also posted a +3 rating and put up three shots, one hit and two blocks in 21:47 (!) of ice-time.
Frederik Andersen allowed seven goals on 28 shots to the Tampa Bay Lightning before getting pulled on Thursday night. The loss dropped his record to 2-2. He possesses a 3.75 goals against average and .876 save percentage.
Connor Brown skated for 19:52 and added an assist, along with a hit and three blocks in the Senators 6-4 loss to the Blues on Thursday.
Chris Tierney scored his first goal of the season against St. Louis and decided to do it shorthanded. He posted two shots on goal and three hits in 15:27 of ice-time. He has two points through three games this season.
Nikita Zaitsev posted his first point of the season by assisting on Vitali Abramov's first career goal in the Sens 6-4 loss to the Blues on Thursday. He added a shot, a hit and four blocks across his team-leading 24:57 of ice-time.
Anders Nilsson's season debut was a rough one as he stopped just 31 of the 36 shots St. Louis fired in his direction on Thursday.
Vitali Abramov scored the first goal of the game, the first goal of his season and first goal of his career in a 6-4 loss to the Blues on Thursday. He added three shots on goal and two penalty minutes during his 8:17 of ice-time.