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Playoffs Begin For The Ottawa Senators

DECEMBER 10: Zemgus Girgensons #28 of the Buffalo Sabres scores a second period goal against Robin Lehner #40 of the Ottawa Senators as Joe Corvo #77 of Ottawa follows the play at First Niagara Center on December 10, 2013 in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Jen Fuller/Getty Images)

The Ottawa Senators’ playoff chances are in jeopardy — 31 games into the season. For those who respond saying ‘how is that possible? There’s 51 games still to be played’, things are very different this year.

Read more at Hooked on Hockey Magazine.

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Sens Predictions | Nov. 12-17

NOVEMBER 9: The Ottawa Senators react to Clarke MacArthur’s second period goal at Canadian Tire Centre on November 9, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography/OSHC)

Sens 3 Flyers 1 (5-10-1) – (Nov. 12)

Sens 2 Bruins 4 (10-5-1) (Nov. 15)

Sens 4 Blue Jackets 2 (6-10-0) (Nov. 17)

LAST WEEK:

Sens 4 Blue Jackets 3 (6-10-0) – (Nov. 5) | Result: Sens 4 Blue Jackets 1

Sens 1 Canadiens 3 (8-8-1) (Nov. 7) | Result: Sens 4 Canadiens 1

Sens 4 Panthers 3 (3-10-4) (Nov. 9) | Result: Sens 3 Panthers 2

Prediction record: 10-6 (Week: 2-1)

News: Erik Karlsson leads all league defencemen with 18 points (6 G, 12 A). Bobby Ryan is tied for 9th in league scoring (9 G, 10 A) with 4 other players. He is tied for 12th in goals with 3 other players. Craig Anderson is expected to return Tuesday v.s. the Flyers.

IN THE STANDINGS:

Ottawa (7-6-4) – 5th in Atlantic (6 points behind division leading Lightning, 4 points behind the Maple Leafs)  – 2nd in East wild card race

Sens Predictions | Nov. 4-10

NOVEMBER 3: Bobby Ryan #6 of the Ottawa Senators celebrates his last-minute game-tying goal against the Dallas Stars with teammates Kyle Turris #7, Chris Phillips #4 and Erik Karlsson #65 at Canadian Tire Centre on November 3, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images)

Sens 4 Blue Jackets 3 (5-8-0) – (Nov. 5)

Sens 1 Canadiens 3 (8-7-0) (Nov. 7)

Sens 4 Panthers 3 (3-8-3) (Nov. 9)

LAST WEEK:

Sens 3 Islanders 2 (Nov. 1) | Result: Sens 4 Islanders 5 FINAL (SO)

Sens 2 Stars 3 (Nov. 3) | Result: Sens 3 Stars 4 FINAL (SO)

Prediction record: 8-5 (missed one game v.s. CHI)

News: Craig Anderson left in overtime after a collision with Stars rookie Valeri Nichushkin Sunday. Robin Lehner will play in place of Anderson Tuesday v.s. the Blue Jackets. Anderson has a “stiff neck” and will be further evaluated Monday, Nov. 4.

IN THE STANDINGS:

Ottawa (4-6-4) – 6th in Atlantic (8 points behind Leafs, Red Wings, Lightning)  – tied for 3rd in East wild card race (4 points behind Canadiens, Bruins)

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