Sens Dump and Chase - 5.9.2013
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Wayne Scanlan writes that the Sens have the hockey gods on their side.
Sylvain St-Laurent says the Sens want to end it tonight.
Bruce Garrioch notes that the Sens are on the edge despite holding the 3-1 series lead.
Marc Brassard says Craig Anderson makes the difference for Ottawa.
Don Brennan writes that the Sens are winning on and off the ice.
Ken Warren looks at the possibility that the Sens take on Peter Budaj tonight.
Silver Seven writes about "the brilliance" of Paul MacLean.
The 6th Sens have their scoring chance data available from Game 4.
Travis Yost breaks down the Game 4 score effect play.
SenShot previews tonight's Game 5 matchup.
Meanwhile, in Montreal...
Pat Hickey writes about a tearful end of Habs captain Brian Gionta's season.
Dave Stubbs writes that Game 4 was a night to remember for all the wrong reasons in Montreal.
Jean-Francois Chaumont looks at P.K. Subban who says Montreal can beat the Senators.
Francois Gagnon says that the Senators and Canadiens have solidified a rivalry.
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