The Florida Panthers are hoping to put a couple of poor games behind them.
Getting back on track could prove difficult with the Ottawa Senators coming to town.
The Panthers try to snap a nine-game winless streak versus the Senators, who have a chance to post three consecutive road shutouts for the first time in franchise history Sunday night.
Two days after an embarrassing 7-0 loss at Winnipeg, Florida (30-22-12) suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Nashville on Saturday. Recently-acquired Wojtek Wolski provided the team's only offense while Scott Clemmensen made 20 saves.
Despite outshooting the Predators 40-23, the Panthers failed to increase their two-point Southeast Division lead over the second-place Jets.
"This is it, this is what you play hockey for - to be in these situations and compete to get into the playoffs. We've got a great squad here, we've had a bit of a hiccup the last few games but we're a confident bunch, we'll straighten it out and get things on track," said right...