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Ottawa (37-25-5, 79 pts, 2nd in the Northeast and 5th in the Eastern Conference) continue their Western swing as they visit the Calgary Flames (33-24-9, 75 pts, 3rd in the Northwest and 8th in the Western Conference) Thursday night, 9:30PM EST. On Tuesday night the Senators did what they were expected to do in defeating the Oilers, 4-1. Although, technically, this was a come-from-behind victory, Ottawa outplayed the Edmonton from start to finish, eventually scoring three goals in the third period (matching their output of their three previous games). They even managed to score two power play goals, although their power play still has a long way to go. Read the full recap [url= http://www.nhl.com/ice/recap.htm?id=2009020983]here[/url].
The Calgary Flames, in a fight for their playoff lives, are riding a three game winning streak. Tuesday night they vaulted into 8th place over Detroit, by defeating the Red Wings 4-2. This will certainly be a tougher test for the Senators than the Oilers were, but the Flames are not a top team, and can be beaten with a solid effort.
TV: SNet-E, SNet-W
Radio: Team 1200
Web: check ATDHE.net and Justin.tv
Ottawa Key Injuries
F Nick Foligno (Broken leg, mid-March)
D Chris Campoli (lower body, mid-March)
Filip Kuba (lower body, questionable)
Flames Key Injuries
No injuries reported
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