Sens Dump and Chase - 5.21.2013
Your daily roundup of what the internet has to say about Ottawa Senators hockey.
Bringing you the best of Sens media, blogs and interactive content to get your day going right...Ian Mendes has 10 striking stats from Sunday's Game 3 win.
Wayne Scanlan writes that Game 4 becomes much more compelling after Game 3.
Ken Warren says that the Sens have found reasons to believe.
Bruce Garrioch looks at Daniel Alfredsson who has "always been there" for the Sens.
Don Brennan writes about Jean-Gabriel Pageau, the Sens "Golden Boy."
Sylvain St-Laurent looks at the contributions of Andre Benoit and J-G Pageau to the Game 3 winner.
Marc Brassard says that Craig Anderson has stifled any goaltending controversy after Game 2.
Silver Seven write a letter to the Sens Captain.
The 6th Sens break down the scoring chances from Game 3 against Pittsburgh.
Travis Yost looks at the matchup between Kyle Turris and Sidney Crosby.
SensTown has a photo diary from Game 3.
Black Aces takes a look at the big moments from Game 3.
Meanwhile, in Pittsburgh...
Dave Molinari says it's tough to read Pittsburgh's mood after Game 3.
Ron Cook says Tomas Vokoun still has to be the man in goal for the Penguins.
Rob Rossi looks at what had to happen defensively for Pittsburgh on Daniel Alfredsson's game-tying goal.
Josh Yohe wonders if the Penguins will need to turn to Jussi Jokinen who hasn't played yet this series.
PensBurgh looks at the decisions facing Pens head coach Dan Bylsma.
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