Found February 05, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
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After jumping ahead of Buffalo by three goals on home ice, Ottawa went the risk aversion route through the majority of the third period, and almost paid dearly for it. In the end, though, the Senators were able to hold off a late Sabres surge, besting their division rival by a final score of 4-3. Erik Karlsson (31:21 TOI, 1G) and Peter Regin (0G/2A) led the way for the Ottawa Senators. Jordon L...
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