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Topic - Jason Spezza
The Pittsburgh Penguins are ready for the Stanley Cup playoffs.
It was a hollow victory at best.
The New York Islanders were seeking a positive finish to a frustrating season on home ice. Ottawa's Jason Spezza and Craig Anderson did their best to block that effort.
The New York Rangers came up short in their first shot at clinching a playoff berth. The Ottawa Senators bounced back from a humbling loss and gave their flickering postseason chances a slight spark.
The struggling Ottawa Senators needed a boost Monday night, and their first-year captain provided it.
The Montreal Canadiens were ecstatic. The Ottawa Senators were speechless.
Seth Jones stopped the Ottawa Senators' comeback attempt in overtime.
Ales Hemsky admitted he was feeling down after being traded to Ottawa from Edmonton last Wednesday.
Last in the NHL, the Buffalo Sabres can't catch a break.
In a game in which both teams badly needed a win to stay in the playoff picture, Jason Spezza did what captains do.
Alex Ovechkin's absence added to the Washington Capitals' offensive woes and the Ottawa Senators were only too glad to take advantage.
Jason Spezza doesn't have much time to return to form if the Ottawa Senators want to extend their season.
The Ottawa Senators, the last Canadian team left in the NHL playoffs, are welcoming all aboard the bandwagon.
The Senators need someone to rise to the moment.
The Ottawa Senators are assured of having at least four familiar faces on the ice when they host the NHL All-Star game this month.
"We wanted to play for each other," said Spezza, who finished his first season as captain. "We talked about it a lot down the stretch, how it would be easy to let up, and I thought the group showed good character by finishing hard and winning these games."
"It was important for us to try and win this hockey game and send the fans home happy in the last home game," Ottawa's Jason Spezza said. "(The streak) shows that we can be a more consistent club, but it still doesn't matter because we didn't make the playoffs and that was our ultimate goal and we didn't get there. Obviously we've done some better things of late, but we would have liked to do that earlier in the season."