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NHL : ATS Matchup
Thursday 1/12/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore



PITTSBURGH (26-9-0-5, 57 pts.) at OTTAWA (21-14-0-4, 46 pts.)
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Thursday, 1/12/2017 7:35 PM
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3PITTSBURGH-140Ov 5.5,+100-150Ov 5.5,+105
4OTTAWA+120Un 5.5,-120+130Un 5.5,-125
PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games26-14-0+7.126-14+7.126-103.534.82.832.5
Team Stats (Road Games)8-10-0-4.28-10-4.212-52.932.43.330.8
Last 5 Games4-1-0+34-1+34-
PITTSBURGH Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)4014133455857139310.1%1423323.2%239
Team Stats (Road Games)1852181419125848.9%621117.7%91
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)52017111116811.9%16531.2%35
Stats Against (All Games) 1143843285513028.8%1382921.0%187
Stats Against (Road Games) 602021163355510.8%741723.0%97
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 14545011698.3%17423.5%25
PITTSBURGH - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (All Games)262379271990.8%113-10-0.413-10-0-114-6
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Road Games)11931828188.4%12-7-6.52-7-0-65-4
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Last 4 Games)4311810992.4%02-1+12-1-0+13-0
TRISTAN JARRY (All Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
TRISTAN JARRY (Road Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
MATT MURRAY (All Games)191749946392.8%113-4+7.513-4-0+712-4
MATT MURRAY (Road Games)10922820891.2%06-3+2.26-3-0+27-1
MATT MURRAY (Last 4 Games)43847488.1%02-1+12-1-0+12-1

OTTAWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games21-18-0+521-18+516-212.528.62.630.4
Team Stats (Home Games)12-10-0+0.612-10+0.67-142.529.52.430.4
Last 5 Games1-4-0-3.51-4-3.52-
OTTAWA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)399931323061111148.9%1232016.3%156
Team Stats (Home Games)2254171617446508.3%68913.2%85
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)511641011368.1%1516.7%20
Stats Against (All Games) 1023336294211858.6%1302216.9%176
Stats Against (Home Games) 53181714416697.9%67913.4%91
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13372101399.4%1417.1%24
OTTAWA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CRAIG ANDERSON (All Games)191961556892.4%012-7+5.912-7-0+76-12
CRAIG ANDERSON (Home Games)121237634491.5%07-5+17-5-0+24-7
CRAIG ANDERSON (Last 4 Games)4413712490.5%02-2+0.42-2-0+12-2
MIKE CONDON (All Games)201750646591.9%28-9-0.28-9-0+17-9
MIKE CONDON (Home Games)101029327393.2%25-5-0.45-5-003-7
MIKE CONDON (Last 4 Games)4411410592.1%01-3-2.51-3-0-31-3
CHRIS DRIEDGER (All Games)10151173.3%00-000-0-000-0
CHRIS DRIEDGER (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CHRIS DRIEDGER (Last 4 Games)10151173.3%00-000-0-000-0
ANDREW HAMMOND (All Games)43554785.5%01-2-0.81-2-0-13-0
ANDREW HAMMOND (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
ANDREW HAMMOND (Last 4 Games)43554785.5%01-2-0.81-2-0-13-0
Average power rating of opponents played: PITTSBURGH 3.19,  OTTAWA 3.2
12/16/2016LOS ANGELES0-1L0, -175L5.5 evU
12/17/2016at TORONTO1-2L0, -120L5.5 ovU
12/20/2016NY RANGERS7-2W0, -165W5.5 unO
12/22/2016at COLUMBUS1-7L0, -105L6 unO
12/23/2016NEW JERSEY4-1W0, -215W5.5 ovU
12/27/2016at NEW JERSEY5-2W0, -140W5.5 unO
12/28/2016CAROLINA3-2W0, -170W5.5 ovU
12/31/2016MONTREAL4-3W0, -160W5.5 ovO
1/8/2017TAMPA BAY6-2W0, -275W6 unO
1/11/2017at WASHINGTON2-5L0, +105L5.5 unO
1/12/2017at OTTAWA 
1/14/2017at DETROIT 
1/18/2017at MONTREAL 
1/20/2017at CAROLINA 

OTTAWA - Schedule
12/17/2016NEW JERSEY3-1W0, -125W5.5 unU
12/18/2016at NY ISLANDERS6-2W0, +125W5.5 unO
12/20/2016at CHICAGO4-3W0, +155W5.5 unO
12/22/2016ANAHEIM2-1W0, +105W5.5 unU
12/27/2016at NY RANGERS3-4L0, +150L5.5 unO
12/29/2016DETROIT2-3L0, -150L5.5 unU
1/1/2017at WASHINGTON1-2L0, +160L5 ovU
1/7/2017WASHINGTON0-1L0, +130L5 ovU
1/8/2017EDMONTON5-3W0, -140W5.5 unO
1/17/2017at ST LOUIS 
1/19/2017at COLUMBUS 
1/21/2017at TORONTO 
PITTSBURGH: LAST SEASON: 48-26-8, 104 points. Finished 2nd in Metropolitan Division. Beat San Jose Sharks in six games to win Stanley Cup.
COACH: Mike Sullivan (second season, fourth NHL season).
ADDED: D David Warsofsky.
LOST: G Jeff Zatkoff, F Beau Bennett, D Ben Lovejoy.
PLAYER TO WATCH: C Sidney Crosby. Less than a year removed from a prolonged slump, the two-time MVP is on a major roll as he enters his 12th season. Crosby won the Conn Smythe Trophy while leading the Penguins to the franchise's fourth Cup and followed it up by being named the MVP of the World Cup of Hockey while leading Team Canada to a title. He averaged 1.32 points after Sullivan took over for Mike Johnston in mid-December, a pace that would have won him the scoring title over the course of a full season.
OUTLOOK: The Penguins did little to tinker with a formula that led them back to the top for the first time since 2009. Crosby and teammate Evgeni Malkin remain the heart of the franchise and there's plenty of young legs (and a few older ones) in key supporting roles. The biggest question will be how the goaltending situation gets settled between Marc-Andre Fleury and Matt Murray, who backstopped the Penguins to the Cup after Fleury suffered a concussion late in the regular season.
OTTAWA: LAST SEASON: 38-35-9; 85 points; missed playoffs.
COACH: Guy Boucher (fourth season, 97-79-20). STORY FROM AMWAY Quiz: Tough or timid? This coaching style best describes you
ADDED: RW Mike Blunden, C Derick Brassard, C Chris Kelly, D Patrick Sieloff.
LOST: RW Alex Chiasson, D Mark Fraser, D Chris Phillips, D Patrick Wiercioch, C Mika Zibanejad.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Erik Karlsson. The two-time Norris Trophy winner has long been the subject of intense debate among hockey fans. Traditionalists argue Karlsson is a subpar defender, who yields scoring chances. Others counter that Karlsson's turnovers are overshadowed by his puck possession and the scoring opportunities he creates for his team. Karlsson is undoubtedly one of the league's top offensive stars.
Pens aim to improve road record, starting in Ottawa

OTTAWA -- It would come as no surprise to see Matt Murray in goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins when they visit the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday.

Murray, who has been sidelined with a lower-body injury since Dec. 28, was activated in time to serve as backup to Marc-Andre Fleury for Pittsburgh's 5-2 loss in Washington on Wednesday. Fleury, who gave up a tone-setting goal to Alex Ovechkin in the first minute, stopped 25 of 29 shots on the night, his first loss in four games since Murray went down.

Murray was off to an exceptional start this season with a 13-3-1 record and a 2.18 goals against average.

Meanwhile, the Penguins (26-9-5) remain only average on the road, where captain Sidney Crosby says they need to "pick up their intensity a little bit" to improve on record of 8-7-3.

"I think that on the road you have to have that little bit of extra desperation," Crosby said after the loss to the Capitals. "At home you kind of get that boost from your crowd. On the road you have to manufacture that within the group. I think we have to understand that we're going to get a team's best in their home rink. If we can elevate our desperation and our intensity, we've got to make sure we do that."

The Senators (21-14-4) haven't played since Sunday, when they were outshot 38-18 but still beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-3 at home.

The Senators haven't defeated the Penguins since a 4-3 overtime win in Ottawa during their miraculous run to the playoffs on April 17, 2015. They lost all three games between the teams in the 2015-16 campaign and were 8-5 victims last month, on Dec. 5 in Pittsburgh, their only meeting so far this season.

The Senators had a 4-2 lead near the midway mark of that one before the Penguins stormed back, with Bryan Rust capping the victory by putting the finishing touches on a hattrick with penalty shot and empty net goals in the third.

"When you get those types of leads you can't sit back on them," Senators winger Mark Stone said Wednesday. "They're going to just keep pushing. When you get leads, especially against the best teams, you have to continue to play your game and make them come 200 feet on you.

"We don't want to trade chances. I think when you watch teams that trade chances with them, they lose almost every night. You look at their roster and it's pretty deep.

We know that the only way to beat them is a structured game."

Mike Condon will be making his 17th consecutive appearance in goal for the Senators. Condon came on in relief of Craig Anderson in Pittsburgh, stopping the only two shots he faced in 7:08 of the third period.

"We saw that we can skate with them last time," said Senators coach Guy Boucher. "I think halfway through the game, we were exactly where we wanted to be. Then we got into a you know what contest with them. I don't think we want to do that again. They've got too much firepower on every line. If you're trying to be the best offensive team against a team like that you're going to lose. Want to make sure we're much tighter, especially in the middle of the ice.

"Hopefully we're able to reproduce what we did in the first half of that game."

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 4:30:43 PM EST

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