Devils Down Senators for 12th Straight TimeThe Ottawa Senators (6-10-1, 10-7 ATS) have had no success against the New Jersey Devils in recent history, losing their 12th straight game to New Jersey on Saturday. The loss moved the club to 2-7-1 in their last 10 and they are 1-4-1 on the road as they begin a four-game road trip in San Jose on Monday. "We just didn't create anything, " Ottawa forward Tim Stutzle said. "I feel like we had some chances here and there, but just not good enough. " — Ottawa Senators (@Senators) November 17, 2022 That was a very good assessment of the loss as the team was trailing by three before finally getting on the board. Derick Brassard had the lone tally of the contest for the Senators and Anton Forsberg stopped 15 of 18 shots before his evening was over.
San Jose Sharks vs Ottawa Senators 22 November 2022 03:30
"I thought our puck management wasn't great all night long, but we were at least hanging around in the first two periods. Took some penalties that put us behind the eight ball. ” See ya Monday for #SJSharks hockey and @49ers Monday Night Football. pic. twitter. com/CTSnOQqi85— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) November 20, 2022 Logan Couture scored the lone goal for the Sharks, his third straight game with the goal and he has six points over his last five contests. James Reimer was heavily tested, but performed admirably, stopping 41 of 42 shots.
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Ottawa Senators vs. San Jose Sharks Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 11-21-2022NFL Round Table Show Ottawa Senators (6-10-1) vs. San Jose Sharks (6-11-3) The 2022-23 NHL betting action continues Saturday with this interconference battle when Ottawa Senators travel to take on the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, California.
San Jose Sharks - Ottawa Senators: Live Stream & on TV today
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2% Alex DeBrincat to score a goal anytime (incl. OT, No shootout) 23. 9% Alex DeBrincat to score a goal (incl. OT, No shootout) and Senators to win PLAYER NEWS Chabot (concussion) won't play Monday against San Jose, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports. Pinto (lower body) is considered to be a game-time decision for Monday's contest against the Sharks, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports. Kahkonen will guard the home net Monday against Ottawa, Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now reports. Simek (undisclosed) won't play Monday against Ottawa, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
San Jose is only averaging 2. 80 goals per game but can benefit from their special teams in this contest, as they are first in penalty killing (92. 5%) and are 23rd on the power-play (19. 2%), but Ottawa is just 18th in penalty killing (77. 9%). Best Bets for this Game All predictions are made well in advance of game time. Don't bet this pick before calling the free Winners And Whiners Hotline to make sure the pick is still good.
Senators at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast
The Ottawa Senators head to the road after losing to New Jersey on Saturday, 5-1, going 1-2-0 during their three-game homestand. The Sharks will end a three-game homestand with their contest against Ottawa on Monday. They have dropped the first two games, including a 2-1 loss to the Rangers on Saturday. These teams have not faced each other this season. Last year, San Jose won both games.