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Arizona Coyotes @ Ottawa Senators Instant Recap: Losing streak ends

Arizona Coyotes get the first win on the road trip, putting an end to their four-game losing streak.

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The Coyotes looked more focused this time around. Slow starts in recent games doomed the team and led to the four-game losing streak, but tonight the trend ended along with the streak.

Scoring Summary

1st period

1-0 ARI goal @ 18:22: Mikkel Boedker backhand shot, assisted by Oliver Ekman-Larsson. Boeds drives into the net from the left side and beats Craig Anderson.

2nd period

1-1 OTT goal @ 18:11: Cody Ceci wrist shot, assisted by Bobby Ryan and Mark Stone. Michael Stone turns the puck over to his brother, the Senators advance forward and Ceci ties it up after a pass from Bobby Ryan.

3rd period

2-1 ARI goal @ 14:31: Brad Richardson wrist shot, assisted by Jordan Martinook and Klas Dahlbeck. Richardson gets the rebound from a Dahlbeck shot and scores on a nice effort.

3-1 ARI goal @ 15:48: Mikkel Boedker backhand shot, unassisted. Boedker takes the puck after a blunder from the Senators defense and easily scores.

4-1 ARI goal @ 17:58: Mikkel Boedker wrist shot, assisted by Max Domi and Kyle Chipchura. Boeds gets the hat trick on the empty net!


Arizona Coyotes Ottawa Senators
First Period Shots
Second Period Shots
Third Period Shots
Total Shots
Power Plays
0 for 2
0 for 3
Faceoff Wins
Save Percentage

Paw Prints

  • Anders Lindback did a great job on his first start of the season, stopping 35 of 36 shots (.972 save percentage)
  • First Coyotes win in regulation in Ottawa since December of 1998.
  • Nicklas Grossmann hurt his left foot while blocking a shot on a Senators power play in the 2nd period, but he did return for the 3rd.
  • Antoine Vermette missed the game as a result of his lower-body injury against the Rangers, ending his impressive streak of 482 consecutive games played.
  • John Scott made his season debut tonight, recording 5:30 of playing time.
  • Attendance: 17,270
  • For the Senators view, visit Silver Seven

Looking Ahead

Next stop of the road trip is in Toronto against the Maple Leafs. The game is on Monday and starts at 4:30 PM Arizona time.