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Barzal has won the Islanders rally for the senators

NEW YORK – After the start of the Christmas break, the New York Islands received the second intensity intensity the second time, and the Ottawa Senator was third.

Mathew Barzal scored two goals and Islanders won 6-3 for the Senators on Friday night to win six games. Josh Bailey scored and scored, and Anders Lee, Johnny Boychuk and Casey Cizikas also scored in New York, with a goal deficit.

"Ajana is a bit broke," said Lee. "We could say that we were weak in some areas, mentally and physically. When we worked a little bit and we thought it was the next, we played hard and we took advantage."

Thomas Greisse scored three goals in 17 shots for the second time before the 6:11 shot. Robin Lehner started his career with Ottawa, scored 10 goals and improved 7-0-3 against his senior team.

"Just a few missed tasks," he said about Barzal Senatore's initial goals. "Greisser has rocked us all year long … Lehner came in and played very well."

Iceland scored 2-0 in the second half and in the middle of 3-1. New York won the last five goals, four out of three.

Lee Comeback began, giving the senator his own field. Mike McKenna left behind his net, Ben Harpure overcame the left corner, but Harpure stepped Nick Paul into the right circle. Read got a puck and McKenna won 14, 2:32 in the medium term.

Boychuk reached 3-3 in the third place at 2:57 p.m., scoring his right foot. It was the second season, with two goals in the last four games.

"Any time down two down, try before the end of the period," said Lee. "We got that. And Johnny went on a third and a rifle, and initially he pushed another match."

Barzal, who helped his team leader 25th in the game earlier, gave Islanders their first leader at 4:51. Barzal won 5-3 when the senators got neutral, McKenna won the seventh on the edge of the right-hand circle 7:36 to the left.

For Barry Trotz, coaches have fired for Barça, but Barzal made his shot in goal.

"I'm trying to find out a bit more about the network," he said, "I'm trying to make the right game, if it's not shooting it, it's not."

Cizikas was vacated in 54 seconds, leaving his career at 10.

Mark Stone, Matt Duchene and Cody Ceci Ottawa, six of them losing eight (2-5-1). McKenna 33 striker finished, as the Senator dropped to 4-13-1 on the road.

"We have scored three goals," said team leader Ottawa Guy Boucher. "We were very good, we had control of the game, we gave them two goals – they got a bit of time and moment … They were given greetings and they achieved two goals."

The game ended with Chippy, pushing and stealing the last buzzer.

Stone gained the first time on Senators, taking advantage of Islanders' own area, Greiss won the left circle at 17 and 3:42 on the left. He scored eight goals and 17 points in his last 15 matches.

Duchene won 2-0 at 2:47 for 2-0. The duke had the third goal since losing three games, six of the missing injuries.

Islanders got a little more than 20 seconds after the senators gave it. McKenna tried to puck right behind the right and tried to send it to the right bets. However, Barzal got the puck in the left circle, with Bailey on the right and McKenna went on. at 3:11 p.m.

He recovered two goals from the Senator Ceci for 3 minutes later with the fifth.

Lehner replaced Greiss and Ottawa did not score again.

NOTES: Ceci appeared in his 400th race game to become a 19th player in the franchise and franchise franchise. … Stone now has five goals and 11 points for 13 matches against Iceland … Duchene scored 11 goals and 25 points in his last 18 games. … Islanders F Jordan Eberle sat for the sensation. … Lehner Ottawa wrote in the second round of the 2009 round table and on January 30-36-13 in five seasons with the Senate.


Senators: Friday night on Saturday night

Islanders: Toronto's first match against the former Captain John Tavares tonight.

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