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OTTAWA (18-24-0-5, 41 pts.) at CAROLINA (22-19-0-5, 49 pts.)
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Friday, 1/18/2019 7:35 PM
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OTTAWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games18-29-0-118-29-129-
Team Stats (Road Games)6-16-0-3.66-16-3.615-62.827.74.537.2
Last 5 Games3-2-0+3.63-2+3.61-
OTTAWA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)4714842525048136910.8%1392920.9%247
Team Stats (Road Games)22621519271361010.2%60915.0%99
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5160961214710.9%12216.7%24
Stats Against (All Games) 180456763511172810.4%1313325.2%302
Stats Against (Road Games) 992140371981912.1%561221.4%161
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13355011608.1%11327.3%21
OTTAWA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CRAIG ANDERSON (All Games)3130109599190.5%114-16+4.414-16-0+520-7
CRAIG ANDERSON (Road Games)131243738788.6%03-9-2.73-9-0-39-2
CRAIG ANDERSON (Last 4 Games)4412311089.4%02-2+0.82-2-0+12-1
MIKE CONDON (All Games)22403280.0%00-2-20-2-0-22-0
MIKE CONDON (Road Games)22403280.0%00-2-20-2-0-22-0
MIKE CONDON (Last 4 Games)22403280.0%00-2-20-2-0-22-0
MARCUS HOGBERG (All Games)4412110788.4%00-4-40-4-0-43-1
MARCUS HOGBERG (Road Games)11363288.9%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
MARCUS HOGBERG (Last 4 Games)4412110788.4%00-4-40-4-0-43-1
ANDERS NILSSON (All Games)181752247290.4%26-11+0.96-11-004-12
ANDERS NILSSON (Road Games)111132829991.2%25-6+4.45-6-0+41-10
ANDERS NILSSON (Last 4 Games)4413012394.6%03-1+4.63-1-0+40-3

CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games22-24-0-10.322-24-10.318-272.735.93.028.2
Team Stats (Home Games)13-11-0-4.913-11-4.99-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+0.63-2+0.64-13.430.23.629.0
CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)461253647393916517.6%1562616.7%201
Team Stats (Home Games)2473223118278798.3%821417.1%115
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5176740115111.3%16318.7%27
Stats Against (All Games) 136384449511129810.5%1483120.9%229
Stats Against (Home Games) 661927164365610.1%711521.1%113
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 185490114512.4%21628.6%32
CAROLINA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
SCOTT DARLING (All Games)8823320688.4%12-6-6.62-6-0-63-5
SCOTT DARLING (Home Games)5515113488.7%01-4-5.21-4-0-52-3
SCOTT DARLING (Last 4 Games)441079286.0%01-3-2.81-3-0-21-3
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (All Games)181852347891.4%111-7+1.811-7-0+27-10
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Home Games)101028926892.7%07-3+2.27-3-0+33-6
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Last 4 Games)4411610287.9%03-1+1.53-1-0+23-0
PETR MRAZEK (All Games)202053348090.1%29-11-5.69-11-0-58-12
PETR MRAZEK (Home Games)9921519088.4%15-4-2.15-4-0-24-5
PETR MRAZEK (Last 4 Games)4412010890.0%03-1+2.23-1-0+23-1
ALEX NEDELJKOVIC (All Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
ALEX NEDELJKOVIC (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
Average power rating of opponents played: OTTAWA 3.12,  CAROLINA 3.19
OTTAWA - Schedule
12/22/2018WASHINGTON0-4L0, +145L6.5 ovU
12/28/2018at NY ISLANDERS3-6L0, +155L6 ovO
12/29/2018WASHINGTON2-3L0, +180L6.5 ovU
12/31/2018at COLUMBUS3-6L0, +245L6.5 ovO
1/2/2019VANCOUVER3-4L0, +110L6.5 unO
1/5/2019MINNESOTA3-4L0, +160L6.5 evO
1/6/2019CAROLINA4-5L0, +150L6.5 unO
1/9/2019at ANAHEIM2-1W0, +215W6 ovU
1/10/2019at LOS ANGELES4-1W0, +200W6 unU
1/12/2019at SAN JOSE1-4L0, +280L6.5 ovU
1/16/2019COLORADO5-2W0, +150W7 unP
1/18/2019at CAROLINA 
1/19/2019at ST LOUIS 

CAROLINA - Schedule
12/22/2018PITTSBURGH0-3L0, -125L6 ovU
12/23/2018BOSTON5-3W0, +105W5.5 unO
12/27/2018at WASHINGTON1-3L0, +130L6 ovU
12/29/2018at NEW JERSEY0-2L0, -120L6 evU
12/31/2018PHILADELPHIA3-1W0, -145W6 ovU
1/3/2019at PHILADELPHIA5-3W0, +105W6 evO
1/4/2019COLUMBUS4-2W0, -105W6 unP
1/6/2019at OTTAWA5-4W0, -170W6.5 unO
1/8/2019at NY ISLANDERS4-3W0, -105W6 unO
1/10/2019at TAMPA BAY1-3L0, +185L6.5 ovU
1/11/2019BUFFALO4-3W0, -145W5.5 unO
1/13/2019NASHVILLE6-3W0, +115W5.5 ovO
1/15/2019at NY RANGERS2-6L0, -150L6 ovO
1/20/2019at EDMONTON 
1/22/2019at CALGARY 
1/23/2019at VANCOUVER 
OTTAWA: LAST SEASON: 28-43-11, 67 points. Finished seventh in Atlantic Division and missed playoffs.
COACH: Guy Boucher (Third season, sixth NHL season)
ADDED: F Mikkel Boedker, C Chris Tierney, D Dylan DeMelo
LOST: D Erik Karlsson, RW Mike Hoffman
PLAYER TO WATCH: Mark Stone. Karlsson is gone, Hoffman is gone and the high-scoring 26-year-old forward is one of the only stars left with the Senators as they go into what owner Eugene Melnyk is unafraid to call a rebuild. Stone had 20 goals and 42 assists last season for a team that finished well out of the playoff race and will have to produce at least that much with less talent around them.
OUTLOOK: Pain. It's going to be a rough season in Ottawa and likely several of them after trading two-time Norris Trophy-winning Karlsson to San Jose for spare parts, prospects and draft picks. The Senators are in for a lot of losing and more trades, including pending free agents like Matt Duchene and maybe even Stone to make way for more teenagers and young players.
CAROLINA: LAST SEASON: 36-35-11, 83 points. Sixth in Metropolitan Division.
COACH: Rod Brind'Amour (first season, first NHL season).
ADDED: F Andrei Svechnikov, D Dougie Hamilton, D Calvin de Haan, G Petr Mrazek.
LOST: G Cam Ward, F Jeff Skinner, F Elias Lindholm, D Noah Hanifin.
PLAYER TO WATCH: C Sebastian Aho. The 21-year-old led the team last season with 29 goals and 65 points. He's entering his third season, and figures to be the team's top offensive threat ' especially now that Jeff Skinner has been traded to Buffalo ' though it will be worth watching to see how he adjusts to playing center instead of the wing.
OUTLOOK: With each passing year, the Hurricanes grow more tired of talking about their lengthy run of playoff absences. Either way, they'll make history this season ' either by finally ending the drought, or by missing out yet again and matching the longest dry spell in NHL history. They have the defensive corps of a playoff team, but will need improvement from G Scott Darling and their young scorers to generate offense to finally make the postseason.
Hurricanes try to get groove back as Senators visit

The Carolina Hurricanes hit a blip on what, for the most part, has been a sterling stretch.

They will try to get back in the groove Friday night at PNC Arena when they take on the visiting Ottawa Senators, who have been on a bit of an uptick.

"Opportunities are there for us every night," Carolina captain Justin Williams said. "A game Friday, (let's) get back on it."

The Hurricanes fell 6-2 at the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. That was only the second loss in nine games for the Hurricanes.

"We had a few guys who had really good games," Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour said. "Unfortunately, it was wasted effort because we didn't have enough guys going. You're going to have those every now and then."

That outing demonstrated what can go awry when the Hurricanes aren't fully engaged.

"The breakdowns ended up in our net," Williams said. "Obviously we weren't as sharp as we need to be."

Carolina goalie Curtis McElhinney was held out of practice Thursday because of a lower-body injury, leading to the possibility of a player move before Friday's game. It also makes it likely that goalie Petr Mrazek will be used Friday night.

The Hurricanes (22-19-5) have seen several players take advantage of opportunities this season, so they're accustomed to some roster shifts.

"We need 21 guys," Brind'Amour said. "We've been saying that all year."

McElhinney has played in 18 games this season with an 11-6-1 record, but Mrazek has made a team-high 20 goalie appearances.

After Friday, the Hurricanes won't play another home game until Feb. 1.

"We've got four games coming up here before the (All-Star) break," Hurricanes defenseman Justin Faulk said. "Hopefully we can get on a good little stretch and pick up some points."

This is Ottawa's second visit to Raleigh in less than two weeks. The Hurricanes won 5-4 on Jan. 6.

Since then, the Senators have shown some spunk. They've won three of their past four games, including Wednesday night's 5-2 home victory against the Colorado Avalanche.

"We're building something, you can feel it," Senators coach Guy Boucher said.

In the latest game, center Matt Duchene scored two goals on his 28th birthday, returning to action after a three-game absence because of the birth of his first child.

"My main focus was to fit in with what the guys were doing," Duchene said. "... I play the best when I'm light and happy. Obviously, some good bounces, too."

With more options in putting together the lineup, the Senators (18-24-5) are seeing the results.

"We're crossing fingers that we keep getting guys back," Boucher said. "In the absence of all these guys, what it did was it developed (other guys). The upside of that, in the long run, our guys got better. Then when guys came back, we're a better team."

On this trip, the Senators are taking along their fathers as part of an annual dad's trip.

For Carolina, Williams had a five-game goals streak, which ended Tuesday, begin when Ottawa made its last visit. He became just the sixth player in NHL history with a streak of five games or longer with a goal after turning 37.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 9/30/2020 6:49:58 AM EST

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