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The Buffalo Sabres get another chance at the Ottawa Senators on Saturday afternoon.This time they will be at home http://www.senatorsshoponline.com/authentic-mark-stone-jersey , where they will try to carry over what they did in the third period of their 4-2 loss Thursday night in Ottawa into the rematch.The Sabres took 23 shots on goal in the final period, scoring on two of them, before Ottawa scored an empty-net goal to clinch the win.Article continues below ...?We knew they were going to come out and push hard in the third,? said Senators goaltender Craig Anderson, who made 46 saves. ?They get one early and then get one on the power play, and before you know it, we?re not panicking, but we?re definitely on our heels a bit. ?Give them some credit, they came out flying and we need to be a little more prepared for that. But we did the job. We got the win and at the end of the night, that?s what matters right now.?The Sabres (6-5-2) have lost three in a row.?That third period I mean Youth Matt Duchene Jersey , man, we were going,? said Sabres right winger Jason Pominville, who scored a goal in the 1,000th game of his NHL career. ?We were on our toes, had zone time, had scoring chances and probably could have tied the game. That should be our standard as a team.?The Senators (5-5-2) ended a four-game losing streak with the victory.?I thought our first two periods were terrific ? solid,? Senators coach Guy Boucher said. ?We wanted to get our work ethic back the way it normally is, and our speed, and that?s exactly what we did.?We know it?s tough for us to sustain what we did for two periods for three periods. There?s a confidence issue there Mike Condon Jersey , an experience issue there, but I think, in the end, the guys pushed hard and (Anderson) was outstanding at the right moments.?The Senators took nine of the first 10 shots on goal in the game.?We?re not moving our feet to check,? Sabres coach Phil Housley said. ?We?re reaching and let?s face it, we had to be a little bit more on toes. ? Guys are getting on the inside of us and we didn?t lean on people in the D zone either. We weren?t aggressive enough to kill their cycle play. Now we?re chasing it and eventually we take penalties.?Sabres left winger Evan Rodrigues, who on a line with Zemgus Girgensons and Pominville for the first seven games of the season, could be ready to return to the lineup Saturday.Rodrigues missed the game in Columbus against the Blue Jackets last Saturday to be with his wife while she gave birth to their first son. He also has been a healthy scratch in the two games since. He was on a line with Vladimir Sobotka and Kyle Okposo at practice on Friday. He has four assists and no goals in 10 games.Sabres right winger Tage Thompson will not play Saturday after being a healthy scratch Thursday. Housley said the team will keep the 20-year-old with Buffalo instead of sending him to the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League and the intention is to play him in a game soon. He has one assist in nine games.The Senators were joined at practice Friday by injured left winger Brady Tkachuk. It was his first practice with the team since he suffered a torn ligament in his left leg on Oct. 15. He will not be available until Thursday at the earliest when the Senators play the Vegas Golden Knights if he continues to progress. Tkachuk has three goals and three assists in four games. The Anaheim Ducks have already experienced one of their best starts in franchise history, followed by one of their longest losing streaks.They?ve also played better against teams that are off to good starts this season, and have been sub-par against those that haven?t started out so well.Anaheim will try to continue one of those trends when they host the Minnesota Wild on Friday night at Honda Center.Article continues below ...Minnesota (9-4-2) has won eight of its past 10 following a 3-1 victory at the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday.The Ducks (7-7-3) are 5-3-2 this season against teams that came into Thursday with a winning record Jaycob Megna Jersey Womens , and 2-4-1 against teams that were .500 or below.The Calgary Flames were riding a four-game winning streak when they visited Anaheim on Wednesday night and lost 3-2.?That?s a reward, definitely, after the work we?ve put in the last couple weeks,? Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf said.Getzlaf scored the go-ahead goal against Calgary at 6:33 of the third period, giving him eight points (three goals, five assists) in his past six games.?He was a difference maker, for sure,? Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said.Minnesota second-line center Eric Staal returned Thursday after missing the 4-3 loss at the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday because of an illness, ending a streak of 335 straight appearances.Nino Niederreiter ended a 27-game goalless streak with a power-play score to tie the game 1-1 late in the first period. Zach Parise assisted on Niederreiter?s goal and scored in the second period to break the tie and earn the 700th point of his NHL career.?It?s always nice when you get to the milestones,? he told Fox Sports North.Minnesota goalie Alex Stalock is expected make his first NHL start against the Ducks in his eighth season. Devan Dubnyk played in Los Angeles on Thursday and made 27 saves.It will be Stalock?s fourth start this season.So far Ryan Dzingel Jersey , he?s faced the top team in the Eastern Conference (a 5-4 overtime win against the Tampa Bay Lightning), the top team in the West (a 4-2 loss to the Nashville Predators) and, most recently, made 34 saves in a 4-3 win at the Edmonton Oilers on Oct. 30.Stalock?s only two appearances against the Ducks came with the San Jose Sharks during the 2013-14 season. Both came in relief of Antti Niemi.Minnesota is 3-0-0 in the second game of back-to-backs this season.Ryan Miller was solid in goal against the Flames, but John Gibson is expected to be back in net against Minnesota.Gibson is 4-1-1 in his career against the Wild with a 1.57 goals-against average and .951 save percentage, his best marks against any team in the Western Conference.Cam Fowler earned the 203rd assist of his NHL career against the Flames, moving him within one of Scott Niedermayer (204) for the all-time franchise lead in assists among defensemen.Fowler had his first career hat trick in a 3-2 overtime victory against the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday, ending Anaheim?s seven-game losing streak ? one shy of the team record.

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