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The attacker of the Ottawa Senators Jean-Gabriel Pageau is hit the target during his first game of the season Sunday, but it has not prevented the Hurricanes from Carolina to leave the Center at Canadian Tire, with a gain of 5 to 4.
Thus, the troops of head coach Guy Boucher has cashed in a eighth setback row and remains in last place in the overall standings of the national hockey League (NHL).
Having suffered a torn Achilles tendon during the physical tests required in the margin of the training camp, Pageau was tied 4 to 4 in the second period, eight seconds after his team-mate Rudolfs Balcers was marked for the first time in the circuit Bettman.
The two men allowed the Senators to match a record concession to the two goals scored in a span of time shorter; Jason Spezza and Daniel Alfredsson were executed on October 8, 2011.
However, the Hurricanes have never conceded the advance in the course of the confrontation, and Justin Williams has settled the impasse at the third round. Dougie Hamilton has threaded the needle in a third game in a row. Jaccob Slavin, Justin Faulk and Brock McGinn have also outsmarted the goalkeeper. Teuvo Teravainen and Sebastian Aho have each collected two assists.
Petr Mrazek has rejected 27 shots. Carolina lags behind nine points out of a playoff spot.
In a case loser, Ryan Dzingel and Matt Duchene have scored. Chris Tierney has participated in two goals of his own. Marcus Hogberg has taken the path to the bench after being transferred three times in 16 throws. Anders Nilsson was replaced at second third and made 11 stops.