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The Ottawa Senators walked away with bragging rights to one of the ugliest series in recent NHL history.
Ottawa steamrolled into the conference semifinals with a 6-1 beatdown over Montreal on Thursday.
Despite the bad blood that consistently bubbled over, Montreal was not on Ottawa’s level.
The Canadiens were taken down in five games after being outgunned a cumulative total of 20-9.
Montreal lost its starting goaltender Carey Price and was forced to call upon Peter Budaj to secure their net and he simply was not up to the task.
Ottawa became the first team to advance in the East and did so as the No. 7 seed.
Montreal did not go down without a fight.
Three goals were scored off the power play as Montreal kept sending players to the penalty box.
Before it was over with, gross misconduct penalties were dealt to Conacher and Montreal’s Gabriel Dumont and Michael Bluden.
Video: Ottawa Senators blow out Montreal to advance to semifinals
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The Ottawa Senators are pretty happy that they're advancing to the second round. Perhaps they are all a bit too excited as the team's official Twitter account proudly claimed that they are the first team to advance to the second round of the playoffs. There's just one problem - San Jose advanced to the second round by sweeping the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night...
There's never been a set timeline for the return of Ottawa Senators star center Jason Spezza after his back surgery in January, but it appears that the club could be getting him back for their Round 2 matchup (against a to-be-determined foe). According to Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, Sens GM Bryan Murray has confirmed that Spezza is practicing with a group called the ...
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The Ottawa Senators earned themselves a day off after a five-goal, series-clinching victory in Montreal on Thursday night.
But, that didn't stop Ottawa GM Bryan Murray from creating quite the buzz on the Team 1200 late Friday morning.
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Hey, mom, look at me.
That's how Ottawa coach Paul MacLean felt after his Senators eliminated Montreal with a 6-1 victory Thursday night for a 4-1 series win.
''We just beat the Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup playoffs,'' MacLean said. ''I mean, to me that's huge. I'm going to call my mom and say we finally beat her team.''
The team with the worst regular season record that has qualified for the second round of the playoffs so far is the Ottawa Senators. They did so by defeating the Montreal Canadiens four games to one. While this result is not entirely a surprise, as the Sens finished seven points behind the Habs in an injury-filled season. With Erik Karlsson and Craig Anderson back in the Sens...
Coaches often preach that the process matters just as much as the result. The Ottawa Senators are more focused on the latter, as they move on to greener pastures of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but for the Montreal Canadiens, the process they undertook since January set them ahead in their plans to build a Stanley Cup contender.
Michel Therrien took the Habs from 15th to 2nd place...
Due to a lower-body injury, goalie Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens is day-to-day and may miss Game 5 tomorrow night. Despite his recent struggles he is a much needed part to the team if they expect to bounce back and take the first-round series against the Ottawa Senators.
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The Montreal Canadians were dealt another blow today, with goalie Carey Price now being ruled out for the remainder of the series between the Canadians and the Ottawa Senators. Goalie Peter Budaj will step in to try and stop the bleeding. This is a must win situation for Montreal and the cards appear to be stacked against them.
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Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will miss the rest of first-round playoff series with the Ottawa Senators because of a lower-body injury.
The team announced the decision Thursday before Game 5, with Montreal trailing 3-1 and facing possible elimination. Price has struggled during the series and appeared to hurt his groin late in regulation of Game 4.
With Price out, Peter Budaj...
The Habs will have to rely on Peter Budaj to win 3 games in a row...
Carey Price will not return in the series against Ottawa due to a lower body injury.
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) May 9, 2013