Winnipeg Jets v Ottawa Senators

Sens coach Paul MacLean reacts to the loss:


Al Montoya earned his 3rd career shutout as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Ottawa Senators 1-0.

— Ottawa Senators (@NHL_Sens) February 9, 2013

Three stars:

1. Al Montoya: 33 Saves

2. Ben Bishop: 36 Saves

3. Mark Stuart: 2 blocked shots, 3 hits, 18:03 TOI

We have a goal!

After two periods:

After one period:

The first period saw no goals between the two clubs. Both Ben Bishop and Al Montoya looked sharp, with each making 12 saves.

Into the second period, Blake Wheeler leads the Jets with three shots on net, while Chris Neil leads the Sens with two.

Ottawa Jersey update:

The Senators are wearing their Heritage jerseys for today’s game.

Winnipeg Jets v Ottawa Senators

Winnipeg Jets v Ottawa Senators

Hockey Day in Canada kicks off today with the 4-5-1 Winnipeg Jets (9 points, 11th in the Eastern Conference) in Ottawa to take on the 6-3-2 Senators (14 points, and 5th in the Eastern Conference).

Expected starting goalies:

The Senators will reportedly be wearing their Heritage jerseys for today’s game.

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Other games for Canadian teams today include:

Edmonton Oilers @ Detroit Red Wings (2 PM ET)

Toronto Maple Leafs @ Montreal Canadiens (7 PM ET)

Calgary Flames @ Vancouver Canucks (10 PM ET)

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