Senators stand pat against Jets

Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean will stick with the same lineup that defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 on Sunday and cost head coach Paul Maurice his job.

Senators stand pat against Jets

WINNIPEG — Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean will stick with the same lineup that defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 on Sunday and cost head coach Paul Maurice his job.
That means Craig Anderson will be in net and David Rundblad, who scored his first NHL goal in that win over Carolina, will be in on defence. Brian Lee will sit.
The Senators will be the second Canadian team to visit Winnipeg this season.
The Montreal Canadiens beat the Jets 5-1 in their home opener on Oct. 9.
This will also be Ottawa’s first visit to the Manitoba capital since one game in the 1995-96 season, the year before the Jets left for Phoenix.
The Jets, who have played only nine home games so far, are starting a stretch that will see them play their next five, and 11 of their next 12, at home.
This game starts a three-game road trip for the Senators.
They go to Dallas for a game against the Stars on Thursday and Washington for a game against the Capitals on Saturday.
Ondrej Pavelec will be in goal for the Jets.

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