Ottawa, ON (Sports Network) - Colin Greening scored the game-winner 7:39 into
double-overtime, as the Ottawa Senators outlasted the Pittsburgh Penguins,
2-1, in Game 3 of this Eastern Conference semifinal series from Scotiabank
Daniel Alfredsson's shorthanded goal with 28.6 seconds left in regulation
forced overtime before Greening buried a rebound in the second extra session
to send the Senators to victory.
On the deciding goal, Andre Benoit fired a shot from the right faceoff dot
that Tomas Vokoun fought off, but Greening was there on the low right side to
backhand the rebound into the back of net.
Craig Anderson, who was pulled early in the second period of Ottawa's Game 2
setback, bounced back with a 49-save performance for the Senators, who trail
this best-of-seven series 2-1.
Tyler Kennedy scored the lone Pittsburgh goal, while Vokoun was handed his
first loss of the postseason despite stopping 46-of-48 shots for the Penguins,
who went a woeful 0-for-6 on the power play.
Game 4 is slated for Wednesday in Ottawa.
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