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Video- In Loss To The Philadelphia Flyers, The Ottawa Senators Lost Two Forwards To Injury

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

While the roads outside the Canadian Tire Centre were slippery, it was a little slippery for the Senators inside as not only did they drop a 4-2 decision to the Philadelphia Flyers the club was force to finish the game shorthanded after losing centre Mika Zibanejad and winger Milan Michalek to injury.

Michalek is gone long-term with what would be a broken hand while there’s no update on Zibanejad.

“Michalek is going to be out awhile,” said coach Dave Cameron....

Michalek left after blocking a shot with his glove in the second while Zibanejad took a forearm shot to the head from Radko Gudas in the third that wasn’t penalized but it will likely be reviewed. The Senators will have to recall at least one forward from Binghamton because the only extra is winger Colin Greening.

Cameron was livid there was no call on the Gudas hit.

“What do I think about it? It’s a five-minute major,” said Cameron. “It’s right to the head. Do I think (it should be reviewed)? For sure, isn’t that what the league is about today, with no headshots?

“I’d be shocked if that’s not reviewable and suspended.”

more on the game...

Watch the hit below on Zibanejad...

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  Tags: mika+zibanejad, milan+michalek

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refs are great

Posted by Hootinani from the parade following Babs out of town on 12/02/15 at 09:34 AM ET

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