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Gameday Journal: Game 75 - Panthers vs. Senators

by Craig Medaglia / Ottawa Senators

3:30 PM: Here's some crucial information ahead of this evening's game against the Panthers...

Jersey: Home Red

Television: TSN5, RDS

Radio: TSN 1200, Unique FM 94,5


3:00 PM: And from NHL.com, here's a look at tonight's projected line-ups...

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PANTHERS

Forwards

Jonathan Huberdeau – Aleksander Barkov – Jaromir Jagr

Brandon Pirri – Vincent Trocheck – Jimmy Hayes

Jussi Jokinen – Dave Bolland – Brad Boyes

Scottie Upshall – Derek MacKenzie – Tomas Kopecky

Defence

Brian Campbell – Aaron Ekblad

Willie Mitchell – Erik Gudbranson

Dmitry Kulikov – Alex Petrovic

Goaltenders

Roberto Luongo

Dan Ellis

Scratched: Steven Kampfer, Shawn Thornton


2:45 PM: Some quick line-up notes from #Sens head coach Dave Cameron...


1:30 PM: Here's a sneak peek at the pre-game video that will run tonight on the Bell HD Screen...


12:00 PM: Get the full rundown on tonight's game against the Florida Panthers with Sens TV's Pre-Game Report...


9:00 AM: The Ottawa Senators are set to host the Florida Panthers at Canadian Tire Centre tonight. Puck drop is set for 5:00 p.m.

The Sens are coming off of a tough 4-3 overtime loss against the Toronto Maple Leafs last night. Stone, Curtis Lazar and Kyle Turris notched the goals for the Sens while a returning Craig Anderson stopped 27 of 31 in defeat. The Senators now have a record of 37-25-12 and currently sit 9th in the Eastern Conference just one point back of the Boston Bruins for the final wildcard playoff spot with a game in hand.

The Panthers travel to Ottawa after a 3-2 overtime loss to the Canadiens in Montreal last night. Aleksander Barkov tallied a pair of goals for Florida while Roberto Luongo made 22 saves in the loss. The Panthers sit just three points back of the Senators and currently sit 10th in the Eastern Conference with a record of 34-26-15.

This is the fourth and final meeting between these teams this season with their most recent match-up coming on February 21st and saw the Sens rattle off 4 unanswered goals to down the Panthers 4-1 in Ottawa. Here are the full highlights from that game...

The Sens will forgo their morning skate today however I will have plenty of updates including, but not limited to, lineup changes, players' thoughts, Sens TV videos, Instagram goodness and more.

Stay tuned!

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