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Preview: Red Wings at Senators

Forward Clarke MacArthur returns for Ottawa, which will try to move back into second in Atlantic

by Chris Stevenson / Correspondent

RED WINGS (32-35-12) at SENATORS (41-27-10)

7:30 p.m. ET; RDS, TSN5, FS-D, NHL.TV


Red Wings team scope

The Detroit Red Wings ended a three-game losing streak (0-3-0) with a 5-4 shootout win against the Ottawa Senators on Monday in the first game of their back-to-back series against the Senators. It was an NHL-high 28th time the Red Wings have played beyond regulation time this season. They are 7-12 in overtime and 9-0 in shootouts. This will be the Red Wings' last road game of the season before finishing with the final games at the Joe Louis Arena, against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday and the New Jersey Devils on Sunday. Jimmy Howard likely will start in goal and play his 400th NHL game; Petr Mrazek made 41 saves Monday.


Senators team scope

Forward Clarke MacArthur will be in the lineup for the Ottawa Senators for the first time since Oct. 14, 2015 when they try to move back into second in the Atlantic Division. The Senators need a win and losses by the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. Ottawa is third, one point behind the Maple Leafs, and are tied with the Bruins but have one game in hand. The Senators have lost five games in a row (0-3-2) and are 2-5-4 in their past 11. Ottawa and Boston each is four points ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Senators trailed 4-2 in the third period against the Red Wings on Monday and rallied to get a point in the 5-4 shootout loss. "This was a huge comeback for us," forward Kyle Turris said Monday. "Now we've got a chance to play those guys again [Tuesday] and really start to build some momentum." Forward Bobby Ryan will not play after sustaining an upper-body injury against the Red Wings. Ryan Dzingel will replace him in the lineup. 


Red Wings projected lineup

Gustav Nyquist -- Henrik Zetterberg -- Tomas Tatar

Evgeny Svechnikov -- Dylan Larkin -- Justin Abdelkader

Darren Helm -- Frans Nielsen -- Riley Sheahan

Ben Street -- Tomas Nosek -- Andreas Athanasiou

Danny DeKeyser -- Nick Jensen

Niklas Kronwall -- Mike Green

Xavier Ouellet -- Robbie Russo

Jimmy Howard

Petr Mrazek

Scratched: None

Injured: Jonathan Ericsson (wrist), Ryan Sproul (knee), Luke Glendening (foot/ankle), Anthony Mantha (finger), Drew Miller (flu)


Senators projected lineup

Mike Hoffman -- Kyle Turris -- Mark Stone

Viktor Stalberg -- Derick Brassard -- Alexandre Burrows

Ryan Dzingel -- Jean-Gabriel Pageau -- Tom Pyatt

Tommy Wingels -- Chris Kelly -- Clarke MacArthur 

Fredrik Claesson -- Erik Karlsson

Dion Phaneuf -- Ben Harpur

Mark Borowiecki -- Chris Wideman

Craig Anderson

Mike Condon

Scratched: Jyrki Jokipakka, Christopher DiDomenico, Colin White

Injured: Zack Smith (upper body), Marc Methot (finger), Cody Ceci (lower body), Chris Neil (finger), Bobby Ryan (upper body)


Status report

Neither team held a morning skate after playing Monday. … Karlsson returned Monday after missing two games because of a lower-body injury.


Who's hot

Hoffman has four points (three goals, one assist) during a three-game point streak and has 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in his past 10 games. Turris has eight points (four goals, four assists) in seven games. … Zetterberg has 11 points (two goals, nine assists) in 11 games. Nyquist has eight points (two goals, six assists) in seven games. Tatar has 11 points (seven goals, four assists) in 11 games.

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