OTT 5 at MTL 0 - NHOL Week - LeagueCentral.net
Ottawa
Senators
(35-10-1), 71 pts Ryne
5
Montreal
Canadiens
(11-24-9), 31 pts MMX
0
Goals 5 0
Shots 28 16
Shot % 17.9 % 0 %
Hits 6 0
Time on Atk 7:12 4:54
Penalty Min. 0 4
Power Plays 1 / 2 0 / 0
Faceoffs 13 5
Final NHOL Season 14 Playoffs     Round 1     Game 3 Updated on: Wed, June 10, 2020 at 2:52 MDT Senators win series, 3-0
Anderson, C. (G) 16 saves, 0 GA, SO
Ryan, B. (RW) 2 Goals (2, 3)
Tkachuk, B. (LW) GW Goal (1), Assist
Anisimov, A. (C) PP Goal (1)
Tierney, C. (C) Goal (1)
Borowiecki, M. (D) Assist
Price, C. (G) 9 saves, 7 GA
1st Period 2nd Period 3rd Period Overtime Final
2 3 0 - 5
0 0 0 - 0
Brady Tkachuk
Colin White
Mark Borowiecki
EV 00:00 1 - 0
Bobby Ryan

EV 00:00 2 - 0
Bobby Ryan
Brady Tkachuk
Ron Hainsey
EV 00:00 3 - 0
Chris Tierney
Anthony Duclair
EV 00:00 4 - 0
Artem Anisimov
Nicholas Paul
PP 00:00 5 - 0
No Scoring
Senators defeat Canadiens in Game 3, 5-0
Brady Tkachuk breaks through with game-winning goal, 2 points; Senators win series, 3-0
MONTREAL (AP) --- Senators 5 Canadiens 0 After winning two in a row in Kanata the Sens take on the Canadiens in the hostile Centre Belle in Montreal. Ottawa's gameplan has been to try and score first and keep up the fast pace. They were able to achieve that tonight and take the series sweep with goals from Tkachuk, Ryan (2), Tierney, and a PPG from Anisimov. Sens fans in Kanata are pumped up as their eyes will be glued to their television series to see who comes out on top between the 6th seed Sabres and the 11th seed Hurricanes. The Sabres are known for having solid defense and being able to score quickly while the Canes play a behind the net system with looking for chances out front. Nevertheless, this will be a great matchup that Sens fans have been longing for as their boys prep for the Second Round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs.