Found January 24, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Nobody is off to a better start than the Ottawa Senators, and defenseman Erik Karlsson and goalie Craig Anderson are two big reasons why. Karlsson scored the tie-breaking goal in the second period, and Anderson continued his hot goaltending as the Senators defeated the Florida Panthers, 3-1, Thursday night at the BB&T Center. The Senators are 3-0 and have won 11 of their past 12 games against the Panthers. "I think everyone in the room feels great," Karlsson said of the Senators' win streak. "Even if we can't play 60 (consistent) minutes, we're battling through it, and 'Andy' is playing great for us on the back end. It's been a pleasure playing so far." Florida, meanwhile, has lost three in a row after a season-opening win. The Panthers scored four goals in their first period of the season. But in their past 11 periods, they have scored just two more. Senators goalie Craig Anderson is now 9-0-1 lifetime again...
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