MacLean wants Senators to be relentless in attacking Habs’ net

The Montreal Canadiens have given the Senators fits this season, winning three of their first five meetings (one by shootout).
So coach Paul MacLean knows exactly what to expect. He also knows exactly what his team has to do against the Canadiens. Whether it does it, of course, will determine whether it is able to win.
“Well, we know it’s going to be a difficult game because every time we play them it’s a difficult game,” said MacLean
“The neutral zone is a big focus. They do a real good job there. So it’s going to be up to us that we don’t turn it into an obstacle for ourselves, and we’re going to have to generate more scoring opportunities on Carey Price.
“He’s been a big factor in every game we’ve played, and we’re going to have to make sure that we try to be a little more relentless attacking their net.”

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