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The Ottawa Senators Lost A Big Game Last Night And Apparently Their Minds Too

from Chris Stevenson at the Ottawa Sun,

The Senators lost their minds after a series of controversial calls -- a goal called back, various interpretations of goaltender interference and the final indignity of Bouillon scoring after it looked like Senators goaltender Robin Lehner had the puck covered up.

“Four-on-four you have to create some offence when they use you,” said Bouillon, who scored his first goal of the season. “When I saw Davey Desharnais bring the puck to the goal and the puck was stuck there, I went down a little bit and I got pretty lucky the puck came right out to me.

“The puck was not covered up. It was kind of under a pad, but the goalie never had full control so it was a good call by the ref.”

Senators general manager Bryan Murray was still engaged in fighting the good fight with three of the on-ice officials, including referee Dean Morton, an hour after the game as the team's bus idled nearby.


Watch the frantic Montreal comeback below...


added 9:03am, Clarke MacArthur of the Ottawa Senators post-game,


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Check out some of the .gifs of the Senators at the Red Light.

Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 03/16/14 at 09:49 AM ET

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