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Senators rally, top Red Wings in shootout

Extend winning streak to three, longest since November

by Chris Stevenson / Correspondent

Turris scores game-winner in SO

DET@OTT: Turris goes five-hole for GWG in SO

2/20/16: Kyle Turris waits out Petr Mrazek and eventually puts a wrist shot through the five hole, helping secure a win for the Senators

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OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators defeated the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 in a shootout at Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday, sweeping a homestand for their first three-game winning streak since November.

The Senators (28-26-6) trailed 2-1 with four minutes left in the third period but tied the game at 16:09 on defenseman Dion Phaneuf's first goal with Ottawa.

Kyle Turris scored the only goal of the shootout for the Senators, who go on the road for three games in Western Canada starting Tuesday at the Edmonton Oilers.

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Red Wings' Larkin game-time decision vs. Senators

Ottawa trying again for a third straight win

by Chris Stevenson / Correspondent

RED WINGS (29-20-9) at SENATORS (27-26-6) 

TV: 7 p.m. ET; TVA Sports, CITY, FS-D, NHL.TV 

OTTAWA -- Detroit Red Wings leading goal-scorer Dylan Larkin is sick and will be a game-time decision against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday.

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