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NHL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 3/23/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore



OTTAWA (25-43-0-6, 56 pts.) at EDMONTON (33-34-0-7, 73 pts.)
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Saturday, 3/23/2019 4:05 PM
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63OTTAWA+230Ov 6.5,+100+240Ov 6.5,+100
64EDMONTON-270Un 6.5,-120-275Un 6.5,-120
OTTAWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games25-49-0-8.425-49-8.439-302.929.83.736.1
Team Stats (Road Games)9-29-0-10.19-29-10.122-152.829.14.436.1
Last 5 Games2-3-0+1.32-3+1.32-
OTTAWA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)7421864757451022049.9%2003919.5%373
Team Stats (Road Games)381073032432311069.7%971818.6%182
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5153480113111.5%1218.3%28
Stats Against (All Games) 2757710191615266810.3%2004221.0%454
Stats Against (Road Games) 168466852211137312.2%931819.4%271
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 17386011849.2%15320.0%28
OTTAWA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CRAIG ANDERSON (All Games)45421535138590.2%114-28-8.114-28-0-722-16
CRAIG ANDERSON (Road Games)221972364088.5%03-16-9.73-16-0-1011-7
CRAIG ANDERSON(vs. Non-Conference)181666560490.8%04-12-6.34-12-0-78-6
CRAIG ANDERSON (Last 4 Games)4414112689.4%00-4-40-4-0-41-3
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(vs. Non-Conference)1111872.7%00-1-10-1-0-11-0
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(vs. Non-Conference)11454191.1%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)3332101992490.7%513-19+613-19-0+412-19
ANDERS NILSSON (Road Games)202059553289.4%38-12+4.98-12-0+46-14
ANDERS NILSSON(vs. Non-Conference)171753849592.0%310-7+11.410-7-0+107-9
ANDERS NILSSON (Last 4 Games)4414113092.2%12-2+2.32-2-0+23-1

EDMONTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games33-41-0-10.433-41-10.433-362.829.13.331.7
Team Stats (Home Games)17-19-0-7.817-19-7.816-
Last 5 Games2-3-0-3.12-3-3.13-
EDMONTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)7421066666711921579.7%2114521.3%346
Team Stats (Home Games)3610835274153107810.0%1072321.5%184
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5154641012212.3%11327.3%27
Stats Against (All Games) 245758281716234810.4%2275624.7%423
Stats Against (Home Games) 11432443625114510.0%982222.4%198
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 226970016313.5%18527.8%38
EDMONTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MIKKO KOSKINEN (All Games)48441345122290.9%323-21+0.423-21-0+218-22
MIKKO KOSKINEN (Home Games)232064359392.2%313-7+2.313-7-0+37-12
MIKKO KOSKINEN(vs. Non-Conference)201957652090.3%010-9-0.710-9-0011-7
MIKKO KOSKINEN (Last 4 Games)441049288.5%02-2+0.32-2-002-2
ANTHONY STOLARZ (All Games)161145941390.0%04-7-4.44-7-0-45-6
ANTHONY STOLARZ (Home Games)5415013590.0%00-4-6.30-4-0-62-2
ANTHONY STOLARZ(vs. Non-Conference)9624621888.6%01-5-4.41-5-0-52-4
ANTHONY STOLARZ (Last 4 Games)411019089.1%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
Average power rating of opponents played: OTTAWA 3.2,  EDMONTON 3.16
OTTAWA - Schedule
2/24/2019CALGARY1-2L0, +205L6.5 ovU
2/26/2019at WASHINGTON2-7L0, +275L6.5 unO
2/28/2019EDMONTON2-4L0, +120L6 ovP
3/2/2019at TAMPA BAY1-5L0, +450L6.5 ovU
3/3/2019at FLORIDA3-2W0, +240W6.5 ovU
3/5/2019at NY ISLANDERS4-5L0, +260L6 unO
3/7/2019NY ISLANDERS2-4L0, +170L5.5 evO
3/9/2019at BOSTON2-3L0, +350L6 ovU
3/11/2019at PHILADELPHIA2-3L0, +240L6.5 evU
3/14/2019ST LOUIS2-0W0, +220W6 unU
3/16/2019TORONTO6-2W0, +210W7 unO
3/20/2019at VANCOUVER4-7L0, +160L6 unO
3/21/2019at CALGARY1-5L0, +400L6.5 ovU
3/23/2019at EDMONTON 
4/1/2019TAMPA BAY 
4/3/2019at NY RANGERS 

EDMONTON - Schedule
2/25/2019at NASHVILLE2-3L0, +230L5.5 unU
2/27/2019at TORONTO2-6L0, +205L6.5 ovO
2/28/2019at OTTAWA4-2W0, -140W6 ovP
3/2/2019at COLUMBUS4-0W0, +185W6.5 evU
3/4/2019at BUFFALO4-3W0, +110W6 ovO
3/7/2019VANCOUVER3-2W0, -190W6 unU
3/9/2019TORONTO2-3L0, +150L7 unU
3/11/2019NY RANGERS3-2W0, -160W6 unU
3/13/2019NEW JERSEY3-6L0, -340L6 unO
3/16/2019at ARIZONA3-2W0, +115W5.5 unU
3/17/2019at VEGAS3-6L0, +200L6 ovO
3/19/2019at ST LOUIS2-7L0, +180L5.5 unO
3/21/2019COLUMBUS4-1W0, +115W6.5 ovU
3/26/2019LOS ANGELES 
4/1/2019at VEGAS 
4/2/2019at COLORADO 
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.
EDMONTON: LAST SEASON: 36-40-6, 78 points. Finished sixth in Pacific Division and missed playoffs.
COACH: Todd McLellan (Fourth season, 11th NHL season)
ADDED: D Jakub Jerabek, G Mikko Koskinen
LOST: D Eric Gryba
PLAYER TO WATCH: C Connor McDavid. Last season's Art Ross Trophy winner with a league-high 108 points, McDavid also won the Ted Lindsay Award as the most outstanding player as voted by the NHLPA. McDavid is the fastest, most dynamic and best player in hockey and is must-see entertainment every time he steps on the ice. Watch him as much as possible.
OUTLOOK: Who knows? McDavid can't carry the Oilers to the playoffs by himself, and general manager Peter Chiarelli didn't do anything to shake up Edmonton's mix after such a disappointing year. Goaltender Cam Talbot needs to rebound and a young, unproven defense must be significantly better for playoff hockey to return to Edmonton.
Oilers gunning for past-season berth in matchup vs. Senators

It appears neither the Ottawa Senators nor the Edmonton Oilers are going to put an end to Canada's 25-season drought without a Stanley Cup this spring.

The Senators (25-43-6), who play Saturday afternoon at Edmonton, have a league-worst 56 points and have already been eliminated from postseason contention. The Oilers (33-34-7), despite a 4-1 victory Thursday against visiting Columbus, are five points back with eight games left in the race for the Western Conference's second and final wild-card berth, with four teams between them and the last spot.

"These are the biggest games of the year and all the excitement is here," Oilers goaltender Mikko Koskinen, who stopped 19 of 20 shots, told NHL.com. "As long as we have a (mathematical) chance, we're going to fight until the end."

Thursday's contest opened a five-game homestand for the Oilers.

"I know everybody around here talks about next year but that's not the focus in that locker room," Oilers coach Ken Hitchcock said. "Somebody is going to get in (the playoffs). We just got to keep playing and winning hockey games. If we play the way we played tonight, we're going to win a lot of games."

The Oilers scored three third-period goals to beat the Blue Jackets after entering the final period tied at 1-1.

Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist in the final period to give him 107 points this season (37 goals, 70 assists), one shy of his career-high set last year.

Two Oilers reached milestones, with Leon Draisaitl assisting on three goals to reach 300 career points and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored his career-high 25th goal of the season.

"It's nice to hit a personal high but at the same time, it's a lot sweeter with the win," Nugent-Hopkins told NHL.com.

The Senators are 0-2 on their three-game, western Canada trip after a 7-4 loss Wednesday in Vancouver and a 5-1 defeat Thursday in Calgary.

Dylan DeMelo scored the game's opening goal against the Flames, but Ottawa dropped to 3-12-1 in its past 16 games.

"At the end of the day it's everybody on the ice," goaltender Craig Anderson, who dropped to 0-13-1 in his past 14 decisions, told NHL.com. "It's veterans, it's rookies, everyone has to be a little bit better. You're in the National Hockey League. Whether you're a young guy or an old guy, it doesn't matter. You're in the National Hockey League. You're here for a reason. You're a good hockey player. You have to take care of the puck. That's what it comes down to.

"We come out of the gate pretty well and we're able to get the lead. We were just unable to sustain that. A couple times, just maybe unaware of how quick they were or how good their sticks were. They take the puck from us and come down and score. It's just one of those things where we've got to be a little bit harder on the puck, and when we have that lead, make sure we play a little tougher."

Added Senators rookie forward Brady Tkachuk: "It's a long year. We've all learned a lot. This last stretch is all about sticking together and working as hard as we can to win as many games as we can."

Ottawa forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau served a one-game suspension Thursday for boarding Vancouver's Ashton Sautner the previous night.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 6/19/2019 8:22:38 AM EST

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