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Jan 18, 2017
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Kyle Turris earned two assists in a 6-4 win against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night.
Rotoworld Jan 18, 2017

Kyle Turris posts two assists vs. St. Louis - Kyle Turris (C) Ottawa Senators

Kyle Turris earned two assists in a 6-4 win against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night.
Pension Plan Puppets Jan 17, 2017
1 For, 1 Against - Leafs vs Sens

1 For, 1 Against - Leafs vs Sens

Welcome to the first iteration of what we hope will be a continuing series at PPP, where we look at a goal for and goal against from the most recent game, and break down how it happened, who was responsible, and what we can learn from it. We’ll start with Kyle Turris’ tying goal in the 2nd period, and move on to Nazem Kadri’s 3-2 tiebreaker early in the third. Turris’ Goal This play starts in the Leafs offensive zone, as the Komarov-Kadri-Nylander line had established a cycle and generated a few chances. Kadri finds the puck along the boards near the blueline, and we start with...
FOX Sports Jan 1, 2017
Senators fall to Capitals 2-1

Senators fall to Capitals 2-1

The Ottawa Senators fell 2-1 to the Washington Capitals and extended their losing streak to three games. The club will now enter its league mandated five-day break in the schedule. Kyle Turris opened the scoring at 12:41 of the second period when he knocked in a Ryan Dzingel pass in f...
Japers' Rink Jan 1, 2017
Capitals vs. Senators 3rd Period Thread

Capitals vs. Senators 3rd Period Thread

Kyle Turris and Karl Alzner tallied in the second period. The Capitals and Senators are tied at one after forty minutes of play. Third period ahead. Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters
Silver Seven Dec 20, 2016
Ottawa Senators hold on for 4-3 victory over Chicago Blackhawks

Ottawa Senators hold on for 4-3 victory over Chicago Blackhawks

Ryan continued his goal-scoring streak It ended rather scrappy, but the Senators weren’t complaining. A 4-3 regulation win over the league-leading Chicago Blackhawks would be a cause for celebration. The win marked Ottawa’s third in a row, and gave them a four-point cushion over the Bruins for second spot in the Atlantic. Bobby Ryan opened the scoring with his fourth goal in as many games. He was tenacious on the forecheck, first helping Ryan Dzingel keep the play alive, then forcing Niklas Hjalmarsson into a blind pass up the middle. Kyle Turris’ shot was blocked, but Ryan fired it...

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