It's a matinee in Philly and we've got the latest Sens news and notes before today's 1 p.m. start against the Flyers.
With no morning skate and a 1 p.m. puck drop, we've still got a few question marks when it comes to the Sens line-up today. Head coach D.J. Smith met with the media this morning in Philadelphia and shared that Nick Paul, who exited Wednesday's game with a neck strain, as well as Cody Golobef and Max Lajoie on the backend will all take part in the warm-up and they'll sort out who's in and out after th pre-game skate.
"We've got a few questionable guys that we'll find out about after warm-up," said Smith. "So we're going to have 7 defence and 13 forwards in warm-up and we'll make that decision right after."
For a refresher, here's what the Sens forward lines and defence pairings looked like in Edmonton:
Tkachuk - L. Brown - Duclair
Paul - Pageau - C. Brown
Namestnikov - Anisimov - White
Beaudin - Tierney - Ennis
Chabot - Hainsey
Borowiecki - Zaitsev
Lajoie - DeMelo
Craig Anderson (5-8-0) will make his second consecutive start for the Sens today after a strong showing against the Oilers on Wednesday night. Anderson stopped 24 of the 26 shots he faced in Edmonton to pick up his first win of the month. Anders Nilsson draws back-up duty since Marcus Hogberg was returned to Belleville.
These teams met for the first time this season in Ottawa on November 15th where the Sens earned a 2-1 decision over the Flyers. Second period goals from Tyler Ennis and Filip Chlapik ended up being all the offence the Senators would need as Nilsson shut the door down the stretch to pick up the win.
Full highlights from that game below:
Video: Condensed Game: Flyers @ Senators
Where to watch
It's an afternoon start in Philly and here's how you can catch all the action between the Sens and Flyers...
BROADCAST: TSN5, TVAS
RADIO: TSN 1200, 94,5 Unique FM
Need a spot to catch today's game? Well grab some friends and hit up the Molson Canadian Watch Party at Shoeless Joe's in Kemptville (315 Colonnade Dr) where they'll be serving up 32 oz pints of Molson Canadian for just $11.69 along with giving out all kinds of cool prizes.
To find out where our next watch party will be and specials you can enjoy, visit the full schedule click here.