COYOTES (3-15-3) at SENATORS (8-4-5)
2 p.m. ET; TVA Sports, TSN5, FS-A, NHL.TV
The Arizona Coyotes will try to win their second straight game, something they haven't done all season, when they visit the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday.
The Coyotes were the last team to get a win in regulation this season when they defeated the Montreal Canadiens 5-4 on Thursday and ended a five-game losing streak (0-3-2). The 20 games to start the season prior to winning a game in regulation was an NHL record.
Goaltender Mike Condon will get his fifth start of the season for the Senators, who will be looking to improve their 4-4-4 home record; they lost 3-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday and visit the New York Rangers on Sunday.
Players to watch
Coyotes forward Clayton Keller leads rookies in goals (11) and points (18) and had an assist against the Canadiens after going four games without a point.
Senators forward Matt Duchene is looking for his first point since being acquired from the Colorado Avalanche on Nov. 5. Duchene has 15 shots on goal in three games with the Senators.
They said it
"The puck's been allergic to me." -- Coyotes forward Derek Stepan who scored for the first time in 14 games on Thursday
"I don't care what color that jersey is, blue, yellow, black, green, I don't care. It's about ourselves. We're not even looking at the opponent. We're looking at keeping our game for 60 minutes. That's our only focus." -- Senators coach Guy Boucher on playing the Coyotes
Coyotes projected lineup
Clayton Keller -- Derek Stepan -- Christian Fischer
Max Domi -- Christian Dvorak -- Zac Rinaldo
Tobias Rieder -- Brad Richardson -- Brendan Perlini
Jordan Martinook -- Mario Kempe -- Anthony Duclair
Kevin Connauton -- Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Alex Goligoski -- Jason Demers
Joel Hanley -- Luke Schenn
Scratched: Nick Cousins, Dakota Mermis, Michael Leighton
Injured: Niklas Hjalmarsson (upper body), Jakob Chychrun (lower body)
Senators projected lineup
Ryan Dzingel -- Matt Duchene -- Bobby Ryan
Tom Pyatt -- Derick Brassard -- Mark Stone
Mike Hoffman -- Jean-Gabriel Pageau -- Christopher DiDomenico
Alexandre Burrows -- Nate Thompson
Fredrik Claesson -- Erik Karlsson
Dion Phaneuf -- Johnny Oduya
Mark Borowiecki -- Cody Ceci
Scratched: Nick Paul
Injured: Zack Smith (thumb), Chris Wideman (hamstring)
Dvorak will play his 100th NHL game. … Wideman is out indefinitely after injuring his hamstring against the Penguins. ... Harpur was recalled from Belleville of the American Hockey League on Friday. … Karlsson did not practice Friday, but Boucher said he will play.
Goligoski has three points (one goal, two assists) during a three-game point streak. ... Stone has seven points (five goals, two assists) in his past five games. ... Hoffman has 11 points (three goals, eight assists) in his past nine games.