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Da Costa Recalled Following Stone Injury|Sens Predictions | Jan. 21-24

Rangers goaltender Cam Talbot sees the puck in the net after Marc Methot’s first period goal at Canadian Tire Centre on January 18, 2014 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography/OSHC)

THIS WEEK’S PREDICTIONS

Sens 4 Capitals 3 (22-19-8) Jan. 21

Sens 1 Lightning 4 (29-16-5) Jan. 23

Sens 2 Hurricanes 3 (20-19-9) Jan. 24

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Sens 2 Wild 3 (27-19-5) Jan. 14 | RESULT: Sens 3 Wild 0

Sens 4 Canadiens 2 (27-17-5) Jan. 16 | RESULT: Sens 4 Canadiens 5

Sens 3 Rangers 4 (27-21-3) Jan. 18 RESULT: Sens 1 Rangers 4

Prediction record: 25-23 (Week Record: 1-2)

SENS FROM TO –  The Maple Leafs’ five-game and Blue Jackets’ six-game winning streaks show the importance of consecutive wins as regular season games become scarce. Another week, another trio of games with direct playoff competition. Mark Stone was injured in practice Monday and will not play in Washington. Stephane Da Costa has been recalled to replace him. Paul MacLean will go with Craig Anderson. The Capitals haven’t beaten Ottawa since Dec. 7, 2011.

IN THE STANDINGS:

Ottawa (21-19-9 | 51 points) – 6th in Atlantic – 5th in east wild card race (1 points back of a wild card)

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Ottawa Senators Predictions | Jan. 14-18

Mika Zibanejad #93 of the Ottawa Senators celebrates his shootout game-winner against the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena on January 11, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)

THIS WEEK’S PREDICTIONS

Sens 2 Wild 3 (25-18-5) Jan. 14

Sens 4 Canadiens 2 (26-15-5) Jan. 16

Sens 3 Rangers 4 (24-20-3) Jan. 18

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Sens 2 Avalanche 5 (28-12-5) Jan. 8 | RESULT: Sens 3 Avalanche 4

Sens 4 Predators 3 (19-21-7) Jan. 11 | RESULT: Sens 2 Predators 1

Prediction record: 24-21 (Week Record: 2-0)

SENS FROM TO –  Bryan Murray has received a two-year extension and has officially been named president of hockey operations. He’s also been given the green light from ownership to make some moves. On the ice, the Senators are 6-2-2 in their last 10 games going into three more important games this week. Robin Lehner, 1-3-1 in his last five starts, will get the nod against the Wild Tuesday.

IN THE STANDINGS:

Ottawa (20-18-8 | 48 points) – 6th in Atlantic – 4th in east wild card race (2 points back of a wild card)

Ottawa Senators Predictions | Jan. 8-12

Colin Greening #14, Erik Condra #22 and Zack Smith #15, celebrate the winning goal by Clarke MacArthur #16 of the Ottawa Senators against the Montreal Canadiens during the NHL game on January 4, 2014 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)

THIS WEEK’S PREDICTIONS

Sens 2 Avalanche 5 (26-12-4) Jan. 8

Sens 4 Predators 3 (20-12-9) Jan. 11

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Sens 2 Capitals 4 (20-16-6) | Dec. 30 | Result: Sens 3 Capitals 1

Sens 4  Jets 3 (19-21-5) Jan. 2 | Result: Sens 4 Jets 3

Sens 2 Canadiens 4 (25-14-5) | Jan. 4 | Result: Sens 4 Canadiens 3

Prediction record: 22-21 (Week Record: 1-2)

SENS FROM TO –  Ottawa has won 4 games in a row and looks to continue their streak against some of the league’s top teams in the Colorado Avalanche and Nashville Predators. Captain Jason Spezza has been cleared to play Wednesday against the Avalanche. As for Chris Neil, his hamstring injury may see his return pushed out to next Tuesday when the team travels to Minnesota to take on the Wild. Craig Anderson is 5-0 in his last five games with a .938 save percentage and is expected to start Wednesday in Colorado.

On the Olympic front, Erik Karlsson and Milan Michalek have been named to team Sweden and team Czech Republic, respectively.

IN THE STANDINGS:

Ottawa (19-18-7 | 45 points) – 6th in Atlantic – 5th in east wild card race (2 points back of a wild card)

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