OTT Ottawa Senators 2
Ottawa Senators Senators Overall (16-28)
ATS (23-21)
O/U (29-12-3)
January 09 2019
- PRIME
ANA Anaheim Ducks 1
Anaheim Ducks Ducks Overall (19-25)
ATS (19-25)
O/U (15-28-1)
Final
Money Line Total: 6 Puck Line ATS
123OT
2469 Ottawa Senators +190 Under -105 (+1.5) -145 Cover: 2.5
0011
2470 Anaheim Ducks -220 Over -115 (-1.5) +125 UNDER: 3
1000
Final
Money Line Total: 6 Spread ATS
2469 OTT +190 Under: -105 (+1.5) -145 Cover: 2.5
2470 ANA -220 Over: -115 (-1.5) +125 UNDER: 3
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/9/2019
2:54 PM
ANA
-220
OTT
+190
1/8/2019
8:33 PM
ANA
-210
OTT
+180
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
ANA
-210
OTT
+180
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
ANA
-210
OTT
+180
Puck Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Puck Line
1/9/2019
2:54 PM
ANA(-1.5)
+125
OTT
-145
1/8/2019
8:33 PM
ANA(-1.5)
+135
OTT
-155
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
ANA(-1.5)
+135
OTT
-155
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
ANA(-1.5)
+135
OTT
-155
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/9/2019
2:54 PM
6
-115
6
-105
1/8/2019
8:33 PM
6
-115
6
-105
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
6
-110
6
-110
1/8/2019
7:21 PM
6
-115
6
-105
Recap

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — In a matchup of teams with eight-game losing streaks, Colin White was able to provide some much-needed relief for the Ottawa Senators.

White's 11th goal at 1:34 of overtime lifted Ottawa to a 2-1 victory over the reeling Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night.

While the Senators got off to a good start on their three-game road trip, the Ducks have lost a franchise-record nine straight — surpassing an eight-game skid in October 1996.

"It felt great to get that push at the end and finally come up with a win," said White, who scored his second game-winning goal of the season.

Mark Stone brought the puck into the zone and found White near the net, and he slid the puck past Anaheim goaltender John Gibson.

"I saw (Stone) skating. I was in front of him so I slowed down a little bit for him and he made a great play so I could tap it in," White said.

Ottawa coach Guy Boucher said the plan was to play with patience and keep it a low-scoring game. The Senators trailed 1-0 after two periods, but Bobby Ryan tied it midway through the third.

"We feel like we were in a lot of games lately and we let them go away in the third period and get away from us. Tonight we just stuck with it," Ryan said.

Anders Nilsson stopped 32 shots for his fourth win in 15 games. Five of the Senators' last six games have been decided by one goal, but this was the first time they came out with a win.

"We got the bounce and in the other games we didn't get the bounce," Boucher said.

Jakob Silfverberg had Anaheim's lone goal, and Gibson made 28 saves. The Ducks have played an NHL-leading 13 overtime games at home and are 5-6-2. They are also 0-2-3 during a six-game homestand, their longest of the season.

"Right now we're playing at the end of our sticks and our shots might not be as well-placed as before," Silfverberg said. "It's definitely something we're working on."

The Ducks have scored two or more goals only three times and are 3 of 31 on the power play during their losing streak despite having the edge in shots in five games.

"We seem to be snake-bit around the net. We've had amble chances, but haven't been able to find the back of the net consistently," coach Randy Carlyle said.

Silfverberg opened the scoring at 8:52 of the first when he took a pass from Brandon Montour and put a one-timer past Nilsson from just outside the right faceoff circle for his 11th of the season but only second in the past 11 games.

Ryan tied it at 9:23 of the third period when he got the rebound of Gibson's save on Dylan DeMelo's shot and was able to chip it under Gibson's left pad for his eighth of the season. It was his third goal and eighth point in 11 games against his former team, which drafted him second overall in 2005. The Senators' right wing also extended his point streak to five games (two goals, four assists).

NOTES: Anaheim C Rickard Rakell returned to the lineup after missing 13 games due to an ankle sprain. ... D Jake Dotchin appeared in his 100th NHL game. ... The Ducks did not commit a penalty for the first time this season. ... Ottawa C Matt Duchene is not on the road trip as his wife, Ashley, gave birth to the couple's first child, Beau, on Wednesday. Duchene is second on the team with 43 points and has six goals and two assists in his past eight games. ... DeMelo, who assisted on Ryan's goal, has an assist in three straight games. ... Anaheim had five shots on goal in the first period, marking the sixth time this season the Ducks have had five or fewer in the opening period.

UP NEXT

Senators: Visit the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.

Ducks: Host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday night to conclude the homestand.

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Matchup
Senators Overall
W/L 16-28
ATS 23-21
Goals For 3.1
Goals Against 3.9
Total 29-12-3
Senators Away
W/L 5-15
ATS 6-14
Goals For 2.9
Goals Against 4.7
Total 15-4-1
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-9
9:00 PM
at Ducks W 2-1 W (1.5) U (6)
1-6
12:00 PM
Hurricanes L 5-4 W (1.5) O (6.5)
1-5
12:00 PM
Wild L 4-3 W (1.5) O (6)
1-2
6:00 PM
Canucks L 4-3 W (1.5) O (6.5)
12-31
6:00 PM
at Blue Jackets L 6-3 L (1.5) O (6.5)
12-29
6:00 PM
Capitals L 3-2 W (1.5) U (6.5)
12-28
6:00 PM
at Islanders L 6-3 L (1.5) O (6)
12-22
6:00 PM
Capitals L 4-0 L (1.5) U (6.5)
12-21
6:00 PM
at Devils L 5-2 L (1.5) O (6.5)
12-17
6:30 PM
Predators W 4-3 W (1.5) O (6)
Avg. Goals For 2.6
Avg. Goals Against 4.1
ATS 6-4
Over/Under 7-3
Ducks Overall
W/L 19-25
ATS 19-25
Goals For 2.4
Goals Against 2.9
Total 15-28-1
Ducks Home
W/L 10-14
ATS 11-13
Goals For 2.6
Goals Against 2.9
Total 9-15
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-9
9:00 PM
Senators L 2-1 L (-1.5) U (6)
1-6
7:00 PM
Oilers L 4-0 L (-1.5) U (5.5)
1-4
9:00 PM
Golden Knights L 3-2 W (1.5) U (5.5)
12-31
7:00 PM
Lightning L 2-1 W (1.5) U (6)
12-29
9:00 PM
Coyotes L 5-4 L (-1.5) O (5.5)
12-27
9:30 PM
at Sharks L 4-2 L (1.5) O (5.5)
12-22
6:00 PM
at Sabres L 3-0 L (1.5) U (5.5)
12-20
6:00 PM
at Bruins L 3-1 L (1.5) U (5.5)
12-18
6:00 PM
at Rangers L 3-1 L (1.5) U (6)
12-17
6:00 PM
at Penguins W 4-2 W (1.5) T (6)
Avg. Goals For 1.6
Avg. Goals Against 3.1
ATS 3-7
Over/Under 2-7-1
Game Summary
1st Period
ANA 11:08 GOAL scored by Jakob Silfverberg assisted by Brandon Montour and Andrew CoglianoOTT 0 ANA 1
OTT 6:12 Penalty to Brady Tkachuk 2 minutes for Tripping (Drawn by Ondrej Kase)
2nd Period
OTT 17:09 Penalty to Dylan DeMelo 2 minutes for Holding (Drawn by Rickard Rakell)
OTT 10:44 Penalty to Dylan DeMelo 2 minutes for Interference (Drawn by Kiefer Sherwood)
3rd Period
OTT 10:37 GOAL scored by Bobby Ryan assisted by Dylan DeMelo and Chris TierneyOTT 1 ANA 1
Overtime
OTT 3:26 GOAL scored by Colin White assisted by Mark StoneOTT 2 ANA 1
Box Score
Senators
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Colin White (C) 101100:0017:25
Rudolfs Balcers (LW) 000010:006:45
Ryan Dzingel (LW) 000320:0016:27
Brady Tkachuk (C) 000012:0014:12
Magnus Paajarvi (LW) 000420:0013:20
Nicholas Paul (C) 000010:007:38
Bobby Ryan (RW) 101200:0014:06
Zack Smith (LW) 000300:0017:24
Jean-Gabriel Pageau (C) 000400:0017:58
Mikkel Boedker (LW) 000100:0013:05
Mark Stone (RW) 011110:0021:31
Chris Tierney (C) 011100:0017:00

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Max Lajoie (D) 000220:0020:14
Ben Harpur (D) 000000:0019:07
Christian Jaros (D) 000120:0017:49
Cody Ceci (D) 000530:0025:31
Dylan DeMelo (D) 011124:0019:40
Mark Borowiecki (D) 000110:0019:30

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
Marcus Hogberg (G) 0/00.000
Anders Nilsson (G) 32/331.970WIN
Ducks
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Kiefer Sherwood (C) 000200:0012:06
Daniel Sprong (RW) 000300:0015:38
Ryan Getzlaf (C) 000320:0019:52
Rickard Rakell (C) 000200:0019:28
Adam Henrique (C) 000310:0016:47
Andrew Cogliano (LW) 011200:0013:01
Ondrej Kase (RW) 000410:0016:36
Carter Rowney (RW) 000000:0011:18
Jakob Silfverberg (RW) 101420:0017:29
Ryan Kesler (C) 000310:0020:29
Brian Gibbons (LW) 000000:0011:15
Nick Ritchie (LW) 000200:0014:46

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Cam Fowler (D) 000010:0026:20
Hampus Lindholm (D) 000310:0021:40
Jake Dotchin (D) 000000:0011:15
Josh Manson (D) 000200:0024:15
Jacob Larsson (D) 000000:0010:33
Brandon Montour (D) 011000:0021:54

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
Chad Johnson (G) 0/00.000
John Gibson (G) 28/302.933OVERTIME_LOSS
Officials
Linesmen Trent Knorr
Linesmen Kiel Murchison
Referee Kyle Rehman
Referee Trevor Hanson