Goaltenders Tuukka Rask and Justin Peters turned in identical, stellar five-game stretches until their most recent outings.
They will likely square off Monday night when Peters' Carolina Hurricanes try to hand Rask's Boston Bruins a fourth straight road loss.
Both went 4-0-1 with a 1.16 goals-against average in their previous five games before efforts that weren't as strong this weekend.
Rask's 27 saves weren't enough Friday as he matched a season high in goals allowed with all four in a 4-2 loss at Ottawa.
"I was pretty bad out there today," Rask said. "Every once in a blue moon as a goalie you get one of those games where there's a soccer net behind you and you don't know what you're doing."
Boston (12-6-1) blew a third-period lead in a loss for the third time but didn't think it was all Rask's fault. The Bruins were outshot 18-10 over the final 20 minutes.
"We have to make it easier for him and that's on us," defenseman Dennis Seidenberg said.
Carolina (8-8-4) was also doo...