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Topic - Mika Zibanejad
The Ottawa Senators are looking forward to Sunday's Heritage Classic against the Vancouver Canucks.
The St. Louis Blues were 2 for 2 to open the shootout. Robin Lehner was thinking, oh no, not again.
The Ottawa Senators got another big win with a solid team effort.
OTTAWA (AP) — Mika Zibanejad had a goal and an assist Thursday and Clarke MacArthur scored the winning goal midway through the third period and the Ottawa Senators beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Thursday.
Kyle Turris' goal helped the Senators beat the Washington Capitals 3-1 on Monday night and earn their first winning streak in 51 days.
Joel Ward scored the lone goal for the Capitals (20-15-5), who have lost back-to-back games.
Bobby Ryan scored two goals and the Ottawa Senators topped the Washington Capitals 6-4 on Wednesday.
Sergei Gonchar scored on the power play with 2:30 left in regulation as the Ottawa Senators battled back from a sluggish start to defeat the Washington Capitals 3-2 on Tuesday.
The Ottawa Senators sent first-round draft pick Mika Zibanejad back to Swedish club team Djurgardens on Wednesday rather than burn the first year of his entry-level contract.
Minnesota is home to a multitude of Scandinavian descendants, particularly Sweden.
The NHL draft has resumed, and the Western Hockey League is supplying more top talent.
"It's going to be a lot of fun," forward Mika Zibanejad said. "I've seen a lot of these games on television and even played them on video games so it's going to be fun to be part of one."
"I was hoping I would play good," he said. "I was nervous in the first period, but then I got that out of the way and started playing like I should and felt pretty good."