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Last Five Games
Record: 2-2-1
 11-10  WSH  1-4  L
 11-11  NSH  4-5  L-SO
 11-14  BUF  5-4  W-OT
 11-16  OTT  3-1  W
 11-18  CHI  1-2  L
 
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Pens blanked by Senators 3-0 in first game of the post-Kovalev era (12-Feb-2003)
The Penguins get shut out 3-0 by Ottawa's (and ex-Pen) Patrick Lalime. The Senators opened the scoring at 14:20 of the second when Toni Dahlman netted his first NHL goal. Ottawa then added two goals in the third from Marian Hossa (0:40) and Chris Neil (9:17).

Scoring
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Senators 0 1 2 - 3
 Penguins 0 0 0 - 0
Shots on goal
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Senators 6 9 10 - 25
 Penguins 8 7 5 - 20
Power Plays
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Senators 0-0 0-0 0-1 - 0-1
 Penguins 0-2 0-1 0-0 - 0-3
  • Lines: McKenna-Lemieux-Samuelsson, Hrdina-Robitaille-Donovan, Manderville-Kraft-Nieminen and Sivek-Primeau-Fata
  • Defensive pairings: Tarnstrom-Bouchard, Bergevin-Rozsival and Heins-Moran
  • Goaltender: Johan Hedberg
  • Captain: Mario Lemieux
  • Alternate captains: Marc Bergevin, Wayne Primeau
  • 1st Period Scoring: None.
  • 1st Period Penalties: K Rachunek, Ott (holding stick), 3:52; M Hossa, Ott (obstruction holding), 11:14.
  • Shots after one period were 8-6 in favor of Pittsburgh.
  • 2nd Period Scoring: Ottawa, Toni Dahlman 1 (Mike Fisher), 14:20.
  • 2nd Period Penalties: J Langfeld, Ott (holding stick), 1:01.
  • Shots after two were tied at 15.
  • 3rd Period Scoring: Ottawa, Marian Hossa 35 (Shaun Van Allen), 0:40; Ottawa, Chris Neil 5 (Unassisted), 9:17.
  • 3rd Period Penalties: M Bergevin, Pit (closing hand on puck), 4:38.
  • Three Stars of the Game:
    1. Patrick Lalime, Ott (20 saves, 1.00 Sv Pct)
    2. Marian Hossa, Ott (1g)
    3. Toni Dahlman, Ott (1g)
  • Goalies: Ottawa, Patrick Lalime (20 shots, 20 saves; record: 25-14-6).
    Pittsburgh, Johan Hedberg (25 shots, 22 saves; record: 13-11-3).
  • Attendance: 14,197 (16,958 capacity) at Mellon Arena.
  • Scratches: Josef Melichar (shoulder), Aleksey Morozov (wrist), Jean-Sebastien Aubin (hand), Martin Straka (hamstring), Hans Jonsson and Jamie Pushor.
  • CBS Sportsline game stats: http://www.sportsline.com/nhl/gamecenter/live/NHL_20030212_OTT@PIT
  • Opponent's newspaper account: http://www.canada.com/ottawa/ottawacitizen/story.asp?id=745B8EA7-180A-4F5D-94EA-B51FED17D1D2


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22FSP
 
VAN
 
7:00pm
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24NBC
 
BOS
 
1:00pm
25FSP
 
TBL
 
7:00pm
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27FSP
 
PHI
 
7:00pm
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1FSP
 
BUF
 
7:00pm
2FSP
 
BUF
 
7:00pm
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