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Phaneuf gets first points for Senators

Assists on two power-play goals against Avalanche @NHLdotcom

Stone's PP deflection in 2nd

COL@OTT: Stone deflects Phaneuf's shot for PP goal

2/11/16: Mark Stone sits in front on the power play and redirects Dion Phaneuf's slap shot into the top of the net, cutting the deficit to two

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Defenseman Dion Phaneuf got his first two points for the Ottawa Senators on Thursday, assisting on power-play goals in the second period against the Colorado Avalanche.

Phaneuf, traded to Ottawa by the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, was playing his first home game at Canadian Tire Centre.

He had the primary assist on a goal by Mark Stone at 11:15 and the secondary assist on a goal by Mike Hoffman at 19:52.

Ottawa trailed 3-0 but ended the period down 3-2.

Phaneuf had 21 assists and three goals in 51 games for Toronto this season. He debuted for Ottawa in a 3-1 loss at the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.

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