Senators vs Lightning: NHL Atlantic Division Foes Faceoff in Florida
Tampa Bay Lightning have rolled through November
Tampa Bay (15-6-2) looks to close out a very solid month with a win that would push their November record to a stellar 9-3-1 mark. The Lightning have lit the lamp regularly during their eight wins this month as they have outscored their opponents by a 36-19 margin. The Bolts lead the NHL with a 3.48 GPG average and have posted a 9-2-1 record at home this season. Tampa defeated the Rangers 4-3 at home on Wednesday.
Ottawa Senators play back to back contests in the Sunshine State
For the second time this week Ottawa (10-8-4) is playing on back to back nights as they opened a five game road trip with a 4-3 loss in Detroit on Monday before winning 3-2 (SO) in St. Louis on Tuesday. Following two days off, the Senators allowed two third period goals and were outshot 46-24 in a 3-2 loss to the Panthers last night. A 5-6-1 record on the road is a big reason why Ottawa sits second last in the Atlantic Division.
NHL Game Day Prediction: Heading into this contest against the high powered Lightning, defense is a concern for Ottawa backers. The Senators are second last in the NHL as they’ve given up 35.4 shots per game compared to the 27.8 SPG allowed by the Bolts. Tampa goalie Ben Bishop is tied for second with 13 wins and we like the Lightning here with a 500 unit wager on the money line posted at SportsInteraction.
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