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3/19/16 Canadiens vs. Senators

game recap

Special teams, Hammond lead Senators past Canadiens

Ottawa scores three shorthanded goals in win against Montreal

by Chris Stevenson / NHL.com Correspondent

Chiasson's shorthanded tally

MTL@OTT: Chiasson scores Senators' third SHG

3/19/16: Alex Chiasson beats Ben Scrivens on a breakaway for the Senators' third shorthanded goal of the game

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OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators scored three shorthanded goals and Andrew Hammond made 30 saves for his first shutout of the season in a 5-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens at Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday.

The Senators lead the NHL with 15 shorthanded goals. Jean-Gabriel Pageau, with his League-leading sixth, Curtis Lazar and Alex Chiasson scored shorthanded for the Senators (34-31-8).

It was the first time the Canadiens had three shorthanded goals scored against them in a game (they had two scored against them in a game 18 times).

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Canadiens' Barberio won't play against Senators

Montreal loses yet another defenseman to injury

by Chris Stevenson / NHL.com Correspondent

CANADIENS (33-32-6) at SENATORS (33-31-8)

TV: 7 p.m. ET, TVA Sports, SN, NHL.TV

OTTAWA -- The Montreal Canadiens, already without three regular defensemen, including P.K. Subban, also will be missing defenseman Mark Barberio on Saturday against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre.

Barberio is out with symptoms of a concussion after being injured against the Buffalo Sabres in Montreal's 3-2 overtime win on Wednesday.

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