The Ottawa Senators and Calgary Flames meet again this afternoon in the middle game of their three-game series.
Ottawa (7-14-1) has won a season-high three straight games after their 6-1 win over Calgary Thursday.
Calgary (9-10-2) has lost two straight but still remain just one spot out of the playoffs. Calgary has five points more than Ottawa while playing one less game.
All three of the Senators' wins on this streak have come at Canadian Tire Centre, moving their overall home record this season to 4-5-1. The Flames are 5-6-1 on the road.
No lineup changes for the Senators are expected this afternoon, head coach D.J. Smith confirmed this morning.
That means Artem Anisimov and Matthew Peca will remain in the lineup after playing Thursday.
With its win Thursday, the Sens improved to 12-6-2 (three ties) all-time at home against Calgary.
The two teams will complete this three-game series Monday evening.
Who to watch
Sens forward Drake Batherson has the hot hand right now as he's scored in four straight games, and in five of his last six, for the Senators
Batherson's 13 points are the second most on the Sens while his six power play points leads the team. He's averaging 15:50 a night over the course of 22 games this season.
Where to Watch
Saturday's game can be seen live on TSN5 and RDS at 1 p.m. Fans can also tune into the radio call on TSN 1200 and Unique FM 94.5.