Senators accept the responsibility of being the last Canadian team standing.
Frightening Game 3 loss in 2 overtimes leaves some players disappointed, while others are moving on.
Penguins notebook: The Penguins' Craig Adams put Ottawa center Jason Spezza to the test early with a crushing hit Sunday in Game 3.
Ottawa's Colin Greening scored at 7:39 in the second extra period to lead the Senators to a win in a wild Game 3 at Scotiabank Place.
The Penguins know their weak performance on the power play cost them in Game 3, but it's a good sign that the chances were still there.
The Penguins' tactics, and the team's lineup in the closing minute of regulation were strange and costly, Ron Cook writes.
Sidney Crosby's faceoff success rate has fallen off in the playoffs, but don't blame it on his new facemask.
The Senators' No. 1 center Jason Spezza returned to the ice at last Sunday after his second back surgery.
Tomas Vokoun keeps Penguins rolling and Fleury is on the bench, but how long can it continue?
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