Crossing The Atlantic: Maple Leafs Divisional Report

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Nov 13, 2014; Edmonton, Alberta, CAN; Ottawa Senators goalie

Craig Anderson

(41) makes a save against the Edmonton OIlers at Rexall Place. Mandatory Credit: Steve Alkok-USA TODAY Sports

Ottawa Senators – 5th Atlantic Division

The Ottawa Senators went to overtime against Vancouver and Edmonton this week, dropping a 4-3 decision to the Canucks before beating the Oilers 4-3. They finished the week against Calgary with a 4-2 victory to close out with a 1-1-1 record.

Mike Hoffman continued his hot play for the Sens scoring three goals over the three games. Kyle Turris and Alex Chiasson each had a goal and an assist while Erik Karlsson was held to just one helper for the week.

It was a good week offensively for the Senators as they averaged over three goals per game while spreading out the goals around the team.

The Senators week was good enough to boost them into fifth spot in the Atlantic Division, overtaking the Toronto Maple Leafs due to having a game in hand, although the Florida Panthers are, surprisingly, only three points back with two games in hand.

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