The Ottawa Senators must already be looking forward to returning home, having just lost 4-1 to the Kraken in Seattle and against a familiar face.
Joey Daccord certainly enjoyed this victory against his former team.
The goaltender began his NHL career at the end of the 2018-19 season with the Senators. Daccord made several 31 saves, including one after a brilliant move in the second half to block a Tim Stutzle shot.
Thus, the 27-year-old athlete achieved his tenth victory this season in 24 matches. The Kraken extended their winning streak to six with Thursday night's result.
Jacques Martin's men continue to face problems on the road. They suffered their seventh defeat in eight games on opposing ice. Ottawa opened the door for the Kraken with turnovers in this meeting.
After losing the puck while trying to leave his zone, Thomas Chabot attempted to pass it to a teammate along the ramp. However, he saw his pass intercepted by Eeli Tolvanen who fired a quick shot at Joonas Korpisalo. The Sens goalkeeper allowed a comeback which was recovered by Yanni Jordi and scored his sixth goal of the season.
Chabot found himself on the front row, scoring the second goal of the Kraken match midway through the second half. The Sens defender was beaten by Jordan Eberle's pass, which allowed Tomas Tatar to appear alone in front of the goalkeeper. The striker provided Korpisalo with a brilliant pass to make the red light go bright for the second time in five games.
With one minute left in the period, Tim Stutzle dropped the puck in the Kraken zone, allowing the home team to quickly restart the attack. Kyler Yamamoto passed it to Andre Burakovsky and scored his first goal of the season in his 10th game.
Parker denied Kelly Daccord with a shutout in the third period. He redirected a point shot from Dominik Kubalik that barely evaded the Kraken goaltender. Chabot collected an assist in the sequence.
Daccord tried to have fun at the end of the match. With the goalkeeper cleared by Sens, he attempted to shoot into the empty cage, but missed. Moments later, Vince Dunne completed the score into an empty net.
Korpisalo made 24 stops in Ontario's 20th loss of the season. The Senators will continue their trip with stops in Edmonton, Calgary and Buffalo.
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