Get set for tonight's 7 p.m. start at Canadian Tire Centre against the Detroit Red Wings with the latest on the Sens' line-up, details on PEI Night and more...
No line-up changes expected from Thursday's 5-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks but tonight's contest will see Thomas Chabot play in his 200th career NHL game. Chabot has appeared in 65 games this season recording 35 points (6G, 29A) and spoke a little bit about his milestone game following today's morning skate.
"It's gone by pretty quick," said Chabot about getting to game #200. "Knock on wood but I've been pretty lucky this year, we didn't get anything that would keep me away from the games so it's been fun."
Video: OTT vs. DET | Thomas Chabot
Sens head coach D.J. Smith also met with the media earlier today to confirm his line-up and provided an update on both Anthony Duclair and Colin White who are currently sidelined with injuries.
"Duke's out and skated really well today but he's not 100% so we'll see for Tuesday. We won't put anyone in a position to make it worse so if he's not 100% he won't play," said Smith. "White is going really well as well so both will be questionable for Tuesday."
Here's how the line rushes look this morning:
Tkachuk - Norris - Ryan
Balcers - Tierney - Brown
Paul - Anisimov - Hawryluk
Boedker - Peca - Sabourin
Chabot - Hainsey
Reilly - Zaitsev
Englund - Jaros
PEI Kitchen Party Presented by PEI Tourism
Coming to the game? Then be sure to join the fun as the Senators host a PEI Kitchen Party tonight at Canadian Tire Centre. Be sure to check out all the family fun in the concourse including fiddlers and dancers from Prince Edward Island as well as select concession stands that will be serving PEI inspired dishes to bring fans some of the iconic tastes of Canada's east coast.
Plus PEI Tourism is giving away a sweet 3-night vacation to Prince Edward Island so you can experience all the great culture and food yourself! Click here to find out your ideal Sens travel partner and to enter.
Rewind back to Jan. 10th in Detroit where there Sens and Red Wings needed a shootout to determine a winner. Goals from Brady Tkachuk and Colin White drew the Sens even in the second period before Dylan Larkin netted the lone goal in the skills competition to hand the Sens a 3-2 defeat.
Full highlights from that game below...
Video: OTT Recap: White has goal, assist in shootout loss
Where to watch
It's a 7 p.m. start at Canadian Tire Centre and here's all the ways you can catch the Sens and Red Wings tonight...
BROADCAST: Sportsnet ONE, TVAS2
RADIO: TSN 1200, 94,5 Unique FM
Can't make it to the rink? Well it's a Saturday night so why not make the trip to Local Heroes (1400 Clyde Ave.) and hit up our Molson Canadian Watch Party where they'll be serving up specials on their personal pitchers and delicious wings plus they'll be giving out some sweet swag and prizes during the game.
To find out where our next watch party will be and specials you can enjoy, visit the full schedule click here.