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The third of the Isles bring third loss to the Third level

Islanders 6, Senators 3

BROOKLYN – A number of players, repeatedly won by the team, has a concentration. Your return date is unknown.

A number of the defense has been one of the most important pieces of the future of the organization, when it is now linked to an upper body injury. It did not move.

As a team, the Ottawa Senators have dropped three rows of games from the last five to four, the only small solution to the NHL basement.

And what is it now looking at the face?

On Saturday night, Washington Cup Capitals champion Stanley Cup champion? On Friday night Ottawa rested, the senators turned to the New York Islands to lose 6-3.

When Senators only played Iceland's ropes, Barry Trotz-led Islanders made a mistake after winning the last five goals.

In the small image, in the big picture, however, you want to cut it, it's not a beautiful picture, as senators will continue to be inexperienced.

The frustration of all the verses, including dubious Matt Martin, the staggering stroke of Thomas Chabot on Friday game in the second game – last minute last three minutes.

"I do not think it's such a message, it's a message," Mark Borowiecki said, there were many ice machines, including Martin, before throwing gloves. "Here we have to send our messages here. Sometimes you need to give men and you know: what is tight and we need to be sure to stay together and show ourselves a bit of pride and pride. It's not acceptable. We're not happy. and we will continue to happen and exchange these things (Saturday). "

Borowiecki has never been disappointed, but senators are entering the foreign territory without Chabot and goalkeeper Craig Anderson.

Mike McKenna continues to fight for a fighter for a well-traveled and well-meaning online senator, but remember that he had originally backed up emergency back-up, allegedly Anderson was dismissed, Mike Condon could take the charge. Condon continues to fight for hip-time while trying to return to the NHL.

After Friday's loss, McKenna started giving one of the oldest hockey books – Island Barren player Mathew Barzal deepened at the end of the senators – a friendly anti-Islander team was extremely inadequate. Following Christmas jump Senators won by 2-0 McKenna's gift, when he was sent to Barzal, which also supplied Josh Bailey.

"It starts with me," said McKenn's huge billing. "That's with me. I gave them the moment."

In the second half, the Senate won 3-1, and Thomas Greisse scored a goal. Robin Lehner was a former Senate and was a turning point. Lehner gets a 7-0-3 record against Ottawa.

Nick Paul's score was scored by Anders Lee by 3-2. Barzal has twice won the Islanders attack for the third time, so that the game is not available. There were mistakes here, everywhere, including the general roughness of the blue line, and a linear change to direct goals.

Loss of last books: Senators repeat this season for 4-13-1. Senator coach Guy Boucher makes a tough question about the captains. McKenna has retired, now 1-4-1 in the Senatore, wins 4-0 in Washington last Saturday, or strives for the wind and strives to rebuild it?

Perhaps, perhaps, the 24-year-old Marcus Hogberg will make his NHL debut, after 5 ½ years, according to the organization.

Boucher is the last year of the contract, but if the losses are more than one, the Senate season will become less and more tomorrow.

And that's the case without deep discussions, with the unmistakable unrestricted agents – Mark Stone, Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel – signed again.

"We have not decided (on Saturday)," Boucher said before Thursday's game. "How we play (Friday) depends, I do not want the next game to decide on a boy. Today is today."

Today has arrived Why not give Hogberg a shot?

THIRD: From a hockey standpoint, Barclays Center does not drink everyone's tea. When they build a basketball / concert hall and become an NHL track, there are plenty of seating for spectators, along with the car that owns the first real estate.

Everything he said, it will always be special for Chabot.

His first NHL goal was achieved here, on December 1, 2017, at 6-5 victories of the Senate, and he admits to "peeling" the kind of puck after entering. Chabot also had two help in the game.

"The good memories I made in the morning on ice (Friday)," he said before the game. "I came on the blue line of Bobby (Ryan) and went to a backdoor with a timer. It was very funny." … The next time they visit the Senator, Islanders, March 5, at the house of the franchise, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum it will be played.

After leaving the game of Friday, it is clearly not like everyone's memories.

CECI HITS MILESTONE: There were a few NHL players as the brand of Cody Ceci's 400 gameplay has been pressed. But when it hit the magic flag against the islands, everything that was thinking was like the skates of Ottawa 67, yesterday. "I did not even know (Friday), but I knew it was because of that," said Ceci before the fallen pucki. "It seems yesterday that I was in the group and now I was playing 400th. Everything went very quickly. "

At least, at least Ceci's number 400 would be part of the Senator's victory. Mark Stone and Matt Duchene won the 2-0 win over the Senators, but Ceci scored 3-1 in the Senator and defeated Leisser in the Greeks.

DEFENSIBLE COMPETITION: As for the rest of the defense, Ceci shared his fierce fight: four goals, five support plus plus / minus 10 minutes ahead of Friday, and all the Senatore players of recent years have been criticized. Boucher, however, needed Ceci's experience for the reconstruction team.

"Older is one of us, and it has helped prepare young boys," said Boucher. "A young boy (Max Lajoie) had been taken since the beginning of the year, and Lajo had a good birthday for a rookie, especially for him."

Yes, Ceci, who led 25 last week, is an old man in the Senatore list.

There is no development Ceci will continue with the senator in the long run. Once again, he has a free, free, free agent with arbitration rights.

MCKENNA & MUSINGS: After taking Barclays Center for the first time on Friday, McKenna has said that she has started playing in her professional career in 100 disciplines. "I think that mid 90 is everywhere," he said. "One day, I'd like to go back and follow all the junior and college tracks." … However, gradually, Boucher wants to spend more time with Christian Jaros's defender Christian Jaros. "He got a bomb," said Boucher.

Some people, CHANGED: Icelander won the highest-ranking free agent last year when John Tavares went to Toronto Maple Leafs. But signed signed free coaching agents, and Barry Trot won the Stanley Cup in Washington. The islands had a three point difference before the Senate, but how many experts suggested that most of Iceland would not reach above 500 points (19-13-4) at this point? "They are disciplined, you would expect the group you expect to train the team," said McKenna.

BELL CAPITAL CUP VETERAN LOG: Next Saturday, the Canadian Capital Tire Center, Saturday Capital Devante Smith-Pelly will recall her memories in Bell Capital Cup. Surprisingly, 31 NHL teams have had at least one player who participated in the championship. Senators, Keci, Mark Borowiecki, Dylan DeMelo, Matt Duchene, Ryan Dzingel and Chris Tierney have also taken part in small hockey players.


1-Stone Coldness: Adam Pelech should know better. If a guy who wants to steal Puck, he is Mark Stone.

2-Rotating boards: exactly the ice spot, Mike McKenna binds Mathew Barzal to puck, directly to Josh Bailey's goal. Barzal added goals of third time.

3-Christmas will end: after a first non-hitter, emotions and nastiness are back in the second. The game is closed in the last three battles.

4-Now you see … Matt Duchene avoided an attempt by Johnny Boych, and then he made a shot on Greiss's shoulder to the Senate for the second goal.

5-Listening to the cake: Cody Ceci celebrated his 400th anniversaryth NHL game Senators win in third place.

New York's 13th position in New York's Mathew Barzal in Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center, New York's Brooklyn District, Barclays Center, third goal 4:51.

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Thomas Greiss, left-wing striker and defense coach Scott Mayfield (24) Chris Tierney against New York's Ottawa Senators (71) defended themselves against the first NHL hockey game on Friday, December 28, 1998.

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In the NHL 400 championship, Cody Ceci of New York's New York Island celebrates 5th place against New York's second goal against Barclays Center on December 28, 2018, in Brooklyn, New York.

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Josh Bailey, 12 Member of the New York Islands, won a second goal in the 33rd place of the Senator Mike McKenna Ottawa at Barclays Center, on December 28, 2018, in the Brooklyn New York City.

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One of New York's islands opposed Ottawa Senator Mike McKenna (33) in the third game of NHL hockey on Friday, December 28, 1998 in New York.

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Ross Johnston, New York's 32rd place Mark Borowiecki, performs # 74 for Senators Ottawa at Barclays Center, on December 28, 2018, in Brooklyn, New York.

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Ottawa Senators, right-hander Mark Stone (61), team-mates after an NHL hockey match against New York Island, Friday, December 28, 2012 in New York.

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72th Anniversary of Thomas Chabot Ottawa's 72nd Anniversary Matthew settles after the 17th day of Barclays Center in New York's 17th in New York Islands on New York's New York suburbs.

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Matt Duchene, 95th of Ottawa Senator, opposes the power of the New York Islands on the second day at 2:47 a.m. at Barclays Center, on December 28, 2018, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of New York.

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