OTTAWA — Anthony Duclair scored a power-play aim 2:40 into time beyond regulation Thursday night time, giving Marcus Hogberg his first profession NHL win within the Ottawa Senators’ 5-Four victory over the Nashville Predators.
Hogberg, an emergency recall for the Senators after goaltender Anders Nilsson turned unwell, stopped 33 pictures.
Colin White, Vladimir Namestnikov, Artem Anisimov and Brady Tkachuk additionally scored for the Senators (15-18-Three), who recovered from blowing a Four-1 lead.
Craig Smith, Rocco Grimaldi, Ryan Johansen and Roman Josi scored for the Predators (16-12-6). Juuse Saros made 19 saves.
Nashville Predators’ Roman Josi and Calle Jarnkrok (AP Photograph/Chris O’Meara)
The Predators, taking part in their third of a four-game highway journey, want to shut the hole within the aggressive Central Division.
The Senators took a Four-1 lead within the opening minutes of the third on Tkachuk’s power-play aim, however Nashville reduce the lead in half 18 seconds later as Grimaldi picked up his personal rebound and squeezed it previous Hogberg.
Nashville scored a power-play aim halfway by means of the third to make it a one-goal recreation, with Johansen tipping residence a cross from Ryan Ellis. Josi then tied the sport with a person effort with seven minutes remaining.
The Predators scored the sport’s first aim on a Smith backhand halfway by means of the primary interval. Smith has three objectives in his final two video games after not scoring in 16 earlier matches.
Ottawa tied it 1-1 early within the second as White beat Saros along with his first aim in 19 video games.
Colin White, Ottawa Senators (Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers)
The Senators took a two-goal lead lower than a minute later as Namestnikov knocked down a Jean-Gabriel Pageau shot within the slot and backhanded it in. Tyler Ennis discovered Anisimov in entrance and he wristed it previous Saros with simply over two minutes remaining within the interval.
Mark Borowiecki set a brand new profession excessive for factors (12) with an help on White’s aim. Kyle Turris picked up his 400th profession level with a helper on Nashville’s first aim.
Lisa Wallace, The Canadian Press