Dallas Stars visit Ottawa to play the Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Monday, with the match-up starting at 07:00 PM EDT. Ottawa Senators are part of the Atlantic Division of the NHL, currently standing at #6 with 6 points, while their opponents are part of the Central Division and as of now are at #1 with 7 points.
Ottawa Senators vs Dallas Stars Head to Head
Team P1 P2 P3 Final
Their last game took place on October 29, 2021, and resulted in a 4-1 win for the Ottawa Senators. Josh Norris was the main reason for the Senators’ triumph back then. He spent 17:40 on the ice, earning 2 points, by scoring 2 goals. On the other half of the court it was Joe Pavelski who contributed the most, scoring 1 goal for a total of 19:35 of game time. Filip Gustavsson also had a leading role for the Senators, saving 38 of the Stars total 39 attempts on his goal. The Stars had Braden Holtby at goal, but he was unable to affect the final outcome, allowing 4 of all 24 shots to end in the net. When it comes to the latest five encounters the Ottawa Senators won 3 and the Dallas Stars triumphed 2 times.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
Ottawa Senators Form
10-22-2022 10-20-2022 10-18-2022 10-15-2022 10-13-2022 10-08-2022 10-06-2022 10-04-2022 10-01-2022 09-30-2022 6:2vs Arizona Coyotes 5:2vs Washington Capitals 7:5vs Boston Bruins 3:2@ Toronto Maple Leafs 4:1@ Buffalo Sabres 3:2vs Montreal Canadiens 3:4@ Montreal Canadiens 4:5@ Montreal Canadiens 5:4vs Montreal Canadiens 3:6vs Toronto Maple Leafs
It was one of the better days for Ottawa Senators on 10/22, as they triumphed 6-2 over Arizona Coyotes on home ice. It was Brady Tkachuk who concluded the match as the Senators’ best skater on the night. He spent 16:01 on the ice and was personally responsible for earning 2 points. He finished the meeting, scoring 2 of his 4 shots on goal. The team’s netminder Anton Forsberg’s exploits also need to be mentioned as he deflected 20 of the 22 shots sent towards his net which was one of the main reason behind the Senators victory. The Senators’ balance since the season’s start stands at 3-2-0 and they are on a streak of W3. The franchise is 3-0-0, when performing on home ice throughout the season. Minnesota Wild are next in line for the Senators as the two sides are scheduled to meet on Thursday, October 27th.
Dallas Stars Form
10-22-2022 10-20-2022 10-17-2022 10-15-2022 10-13-2022 10-08-2022 10-05-2022 10-03-2022 10-01-2022 09-29-2022 2:5@ Montreal Canadiens 3:2@ Toronto Maple Leafs 4:1vs Winnipeg Jets 5:1vs Nashville Predators 1:4@ Nashville Predators 5:1@ Minnesota Wild 2:1@ Colorado Avalanche 1:3vs Colorado Avalanche 2:5@ St. Louis Blues 2:5vs Minnesota Wild
The Stars visited the Montreal Canadiens for their latest clash on 10/22, which ended in a 2-5 triumph for them. Dallas were led by Joe Pavelski who finished with 4 points on the night. He was on the ice for 13:33 and sent 5 shots towards the opposition goal with 3 of them nestling in the net. He also delivered 1 assist. The Dallas Stars victory was achieved also thanks to goalie Jake Oettinger, who saved 32 of the 34 shots, sent towards his goal. The team is are 4-0-1 since the new NHL season began and on a run of W1 right now. When travelling they are 2-0-1 throughout the campaign. In their next meeting on Tuesday, October 25th the Stars will visit the Boston Bruins.
Dallas Stars Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Jake OettingerGames Played:4Saves Percentage:0.959Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Joe PavelskiGames Played:5Goals:4Assists:3
1`03:54Claude Giroux2 minutes for Slashing Ty Dellandrea-
1`06:310-1Joel KivirantaEsa Lindell
1`10:54-Ryan Suter2 minutes for Cross Checking Austin Watson
1`17:06Brady Tkachuk2 minutes for Cross Checking Jani Hakanpaa-
2`04:27Travis Hamonic2 minutes for Hooking Mason Marchment-
2`08:46-Tyler Seguin2 minutes for Tripping Jake Sanderson
2`13:09-Jani Hakanpaa2 minutes for Tripping Alex DeBrincat
2`18:19-Joel Kiviranta2 minutes for Holding Claude Giroux
2`19:23Thomas ChabotAlex DeBrincat, Brady Tkachuk1-1
3`04:17Brady TkachukTim Stutzle, Drake Batherson