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Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- The Ottawa Senators looked very much like a team playing their third game in four nights. The Carolina Hurricanes looked very much like a team that made the most of some unfamiliar rest during this 48-game sprint. Both Craig Anderson and Dan Ellis were sensational in net for their respective teams, far and away the MVPs of tonight's tilt at PNC Aren...
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