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According to the Ottawa Senators' website, Filly does recalls. The Ottawa Senators today recalled forward Nikita Filatov and reassigned forward Stéphane Da Costa to the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Binghamton Senators. Assuming that Filatov plays this afternoon against the Carolina Hurricanes, he'll be playing in his fourth game in four days so it will be interesting to see how Paul MacLean utilizes him this afternoon. In the four games that Filatov played in his previous recall, his ice-time progressively got better and he started to see more time on the power play. October 30th vs Toronto: 5 minutes 16 seconds TOI; 2 hits; and 1 shot. November 1st vs Boston: 6 minutes and 34 seconds TOI; 22 seconds of PP TOI; nothing but zeroes on his game log. November 4th vs Montreal: 7 minutes and 18 seconds TOI; 1 hit; and 1 shot on goal. November 5th vs Buffalo: 8 minutes and 51 seconds TOI; 45 seconds of PP TOI; 1 hit; and 1 shot on goal. Will this trend ...
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