Clarke MacArthur admitted that he and his teammates need to do a better job of shutting down P.K. Subban.
Mark Borowiecki admitted that his team needs to stick to their game plan after they take the lead.
Marc Methot believes that coming home will be a huge advantage for the Senators.
With his team down 2-0 in their first round series against Montreal, Senators head coach Dave Cameron said his team isn't pushing the panic button.
Center Kyle Turris says he and the Senators will perform better Sunday, when their first-round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens shifts to Ottawa.
Ottawa Senators head coach Dave Cameron hasn't chosen a Game 3 starter yet and is also apparently mulling over various lineup changes.
Curtis Lazar was a wrecking ball Friday night against Montreal.
It is not clear if Andrew Hammond will get the start in Game 3 in Ottawa Sunday against Montreal.
Andrew Hammond made 39 saves on 42 shots in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to Montreal in game two of their first round series.
Mark Stone registered two assists in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens.
Ottawa forwards Chris Neil, Colin Greening and Matt Puemple along with defenseman Jared Cowen will each be scratched for Game Two against Montreal on Friday night.
Mark Stone will indeed play in Game Two on Friday night against the Montreal Canadiens.
Andrew Hammond will get the start in Game Two on Friday night against Montreal.
Mark Stone (wrist) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Coach Dace Cameron is a little concerned about rust when it comes to Chris Neil, but the Ottawa winger insists he'll be ready to go if he gets the nod to play in Game 2 on Friday night.