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Senators win third straight over Canadiens behind Stutzle’s three-point effort

GANDER, N.L. – Tim Stutzle recorded a objective and two assists because the Ottawa Senators gained their third consecutive recreation over the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 Thursday in pre-season motion on the Steele Neighborhood Centre in Gander, N.L.

Drake Batherson opened the scoring simply 38 seconds into the sport, adopted by a Brady Tkachuk objective beneath eight minutes later as Ottawa (4-3) took an early 2-0 lead.

Kaiden Guhle put Montreal (0-6-1) on the board 12:23 into the primary interval to chop the deficit.

Within the second, Kirby Dach scored a power-play objective to even the sport for the Canadiens 5:13 into the interval. Nevertheless, Stutzle responded six minutes later to place Ottawa up as soon as once more.

Claude Giroux added to the Senators’ lead 8:02 into the ultimate interval. Josh Anderson scored for Montreal a minute later however that was all of the Canadiens may muster.

Anton Forsberg stopped 20-of-23 pictures he confronted within the victory whereas his counterpart Cayden Primeau made 22 saves for Montreal.

This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Oct. 6, 2022.

Ottawa Senators left wing Tim Stutzle (18) celebrates his second goal of the game with centre Josh Norris (9) during third period NHL hockey action against the New Jersey Devils in Ottawa, on Tuesday, April 26, 2022. Tim Stutzle recorded a goal and two assists as the Ottawa Senators won their third consecutive game over the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 on Thursday at Steele Community Centre.


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