The Pittsburgh Penguins got off to a great start in Game One and will look to build on their series lead tonight as they get ready for Game Two.
Ottawa will be looking to take home ice advantage away from Pittsburgh with a win tonight.
The Senators had five chances on the Power Play in Game One but they couldn’t get a goal with the man-advantage.
“We want to keep home ice advantage and we know the Senators are going to come back with a big push tonight. We just need to be ready. We’re focused on our start. I feel we had a good start against them in the first game and we want to geep that going.”
Notes and Numbers
Kris Letang and Craig Adams did not skate this morning, but nothing was said about their availability for Game Two.
The Senators are 5-17 in Game Two’s in the franchises history. Ottawa lost 3-1 at Montreal in Game Two of Round One.
The Senators have won just two playoff series in their history after dropping the first game of a series.
Tomas Vokoun has the best goals-against average (1.28) and save percentage (.962) in the Stanley Cup Playoffs thus far this Spring.
Marc-Andre Fleury is 9-8-1 lifetime vs the Sens with a .898 Save Percentage and a 3.34 GAA in 22 games. This season, Fleury was 2-0 against the Sens with a .951 Save Percentage and a 1.44 GAA.
Pascal Dupuis leads the Pens with Six goals.
Sidney Crosby one point from tying Ron Francis for fourth place on the franchise’s all-time postseason point list with 100.
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