AVALANCHE (8-6-1) at SENATORS (7-3-5)
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The Ottawa Senators and Colorado Avalanche will play the second of two games in the 2017 SAP NHL Global Series at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm on Saturday.
Mike Condon starts in goal for the Senators, who are looking for their second straight win after Mark Stone scored 59 seconds into overtime to give them a 4-3 victory Friday.
Center Matt Duchene might have an easier time playing his second game against his former team. Duchene played 16:44 and was minus-1 Friday. The Senators acquired him in a trade with the Avalanche on Sunday.
All four Swedish players who played had at least one point with Ottawa defenseman Erik Karlsson leading the way with two assists. Senators defenseman Fredrik Claesson scored his first goal of the season and defenseman Johnny Oduya had an assist. Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog had an assist.
Players to watch
Stone has four goals in his past three games, eight in his past eight games, and 11 goals in 15 games this season.
Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon scored Friday, giving him a point in five straight games (four goals, six assists).
They said it
"Me, Mikko [Rantanen] and Gabe [Landeskog] have found some solid chemistry and [Friday] we showed that again. It's just a matter of us burying more of our chances." -- Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon
"A big part is just getting used to linemates and them getting used to me. There's a couple plays there that we were very close to converting on. We were just a hair off." -- Senators forward Matt Duchene
Senators projected lineup
Christopher DiDomenico -- Matt Duchene -- Mike Hoffman
Ryan Dzingel -- Derick Brassard -- Mark Stone
Tom Pyatt -- Jean-Gabriel Pageau -- Alexandre Burrows
Nick Paul -- Nate Thompson
Fredrik Claesson -- Erik Karlsson
Dion Phaneuf -- Johnny Oduya
Chris Wideman -- Cody Ceci
Scratched: Ben Harpur, Jack Rodewald
Injured: Bobby Ryan (finger), Mark Borowiecki (illness), Zack Smith (thumb)
Avalanche projected lineup
Gabriel Landeskog -- Nathan MacKinnon -- Mikko Rantanen
Sven Andrighetto -- Alexander Kerfoot -- Nail Yakupov
Matt Nieto -- J.T. Compher -- Blake Comeau
Gabriel Bourque -- Colin Wilson -- Rocco Grimaldi
Mark Barberio -- Erik Johnson
Samuel Girard -- Tyson Barrie
Chris Bigras -- Andrei Mironov
Scratched: Nikita Zadarov, Carl Soderberg, A.J. Greer,
Injured: Tyson Jost (lower body), Patrik Nemeth (undisclosed), Anton Lindholm (jaw)
The Senators announced Smith will be out three weeks because of a dislocated thumb he sustained in the game on Friday.
The Senators won 34 of 54 faceoffs (63 percent) Friday. They outshot the Avalanche 32-19, including 23-8 after the first period. … Karlsson has 14 assists in his past nine games.