Anderson allowed three goals on 43 shots in the Senators win in Colorado on Wednesday. Anderson has won four consecutive games while posting a 1.75 GAA, .950 SV% and two shutouts. Overall, he is 10-4-3 this season and will be making his second start vs. the Coyotes—he allowed three goals on 25 shots in a 4-1 loss in the first meeting.
Anderson allowed four goals on 37 shots in the Senators 7-4 win in Dallas last night. The Sens were up 5-1 and then Anderson got a little leaky, but either way, he registered his ninth win of the year. With Andrew Hammond (concussion) still out, Anderson will start again tonight in Colorado. The matchup isn’t that intimidating, but starting on back-to-back nights after traveling from Dallas to Colorado is frightening.
Prince will be back in the Senators lineup on Tuesday.
Prince has been a healthy scratch in the last five games, but he will be back in the lineup on Tuesday in Dallas. Prince will skate on the second line and comes into tonight’s game with three assists in 11 games this season.
Anderson stopped all 36 shots that he faced in the Senators’ 4-0 shutout win over the Flyers on Saturday. Anderson has now posted back-to-back shutouts, stopping a combined 61 shots. On Tuesday, he will have a difficult time extending that streak to three when he takes on the NHL’s second highest scoring team, Dallas, who is averaging 3.52 goals per game.
The Senators have reassigned Matt O'Connor to Binghamton (AHL).
O’Connor only appeared in one game with the Senators, so he heads back to Binghamton to get some playing time. O’Connor has gone 0-5-1 with a 4.14 GAA and .859 SV% in six games with Binghamton this season.
The Senators have recalled Chris Driedger from Binghamton (AHL).
Driedger, 21, has gone 5-5-0 with a 2.92 GAA and .910 SV% in 10 games with Binghamton this season. With Andrew Hammond still sidelined with a concussion, the Senators have swapped Driedger and Matt O’Connor so that O’Connor can get some playing time.
The Senators have recalled Colin Greening from Binghamton (AHL).
Greening has registered four goals and five assists (nine points) in 16 games with Binghamton this season. Greening skated as an extra in Monday’s practice, so don’t expect him to be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Anderson stopped all 25 shots that he faced in the Senators shutout win over the Blue Jackets on Thursday. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Anderson, who was really struggling prior to Thursday. Coming off of a shutout and a great matchup vs. the visiting Flyers, Anderson makes for a great option tonight.
Anderson will be in goal on Thursday vs. Columbus.
Anderson allowed four goals on 37 shots in the Senators OT loss to the Red Wings on Tuesday. Anderson has dropped his last three games while posting a 3.91 GAA and .890 SV%. On Thursday he will face a Blue Jackets team that has won three in a row, but will start Curtis McElhinney tonight instead of Sergei Bobrovsky.
Anderson made 33 saves on 34 shots in the Senators shootout loss to the Rangers on Saturday. It was a tough luck loss for Anderson, who has three of his last five. With Andrew Hammond out with an injury, look for Anderson to face the Red Wings for the second time this season. In the first meeting he was torched for five goals on 28 shots in a 5-3 loss.