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NHL: Senators beat Lightning 4-2

NHL: Senators beat Lightning 4-2

Thanks to a two-goal performance, Mathieu Joseph reached the 10-goal plateau in the Ottawa Senators' 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday.

This is the third time in his career that he has scored at least ten goals in one season. His career high was 13 in 2018-19 in his first year wearing the Lightning colors.

Ottawa shined with its discipline. Tampa Bay didn't have a power play all night. The Lightning have the highest power play rating in the NHL.

The Senators quickly pressured the Lightning with three goals. Midway through Year 1, Tim Stutzle became the second player in team history to reach 50 points in three consecutive seasons before the age of 23. Another who has achieved this feat is Martin Havlat.

Youssef took first place before the end of the engagement. He came back at the end of the second period to make it 3-0 Ottawa.

Ottawa, last in the Atlantic Division, handed the Lightning their second straight defeat. Tampa Bay suffered a 9-2 loss at home to Florida on Saturday.

Tampa Bay broke the ice as Mitchell Chaffee scored his second goal of the season.

Vladimir Tarasenko started on 15:00 from the camp at 4:01 from the troisième period to port the point at 4-1, but Tampa did not abandon the car, 35 seconds later, Brayden Pointed to touch the cable at 28:00 the chapter.

Nikita Kucherov, playing his 700th NHL game, was suspended for just the 11th time in 56 games this season. This ended his streak of 10 consecutive matches with at least one point.

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Tampa Bay had 15 shots on goal in the second half. Five came in the first two minutes of the game.

Anton Forsberg signs for Victory in front of the Ottawa team cage. He faced 26 shots while Andrei Vasilevskiy was challenged 27 times.

Like a fine wine, Claude Giroux ages well on ice. By collecting the assist on Joseph's first goal, he became the fifth player in Senators history to record a streak of five straight points at age 36 or older. Sergey Gonchar has done it three times, including once in a ten-match streak.