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Coach MacLean post-game - 2.21.2013

Thursday, 21.02.2013 / 11:09 PM
By Chris Lund - OttawaSenators.com / Inside the Senate Blog
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Coach MacLean post-game - 2.21.2013



Those pesky Sens did it again tonight. Despite losing Craig Anderson and needing a shootout to complete the comeback they found a way to win the game.

There was obviously a sense of "here we go again" once Anderson was helped off the ice, but it appears to be a simple ankle sprain and he is day-to-day in the meantime (exhale). What this means is Ben Bishop is your prospective starter from here on out with Robin Lehner returning to the roster from Binghamton.

Coach MacLean was very positive after the game, and it's hard to blame him. This is a team that has been dealt bad hand after bad hand this season and still finds ways to win the pot at the end of the night. Bishop did allow two goals in relief, but both required extremely fortunate bounces for the Rangers. The team picked its game up as a whole once Andy went down and the victory, gritty as it was, was well deserved.

Here's a Twitter rundown of Coach MacLean's thoughts:

For those of you who are more audio inclined, you can listen to Coach MacLean's full post-game press conference here on this page.

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