This time there is less trouble between the Sens and

This time there is less trouble between the Sens and the Panthers

The last game between the Ottawa Senators and Florida Panthers was chaotic to say the least for the officials, but things were much quieter on Tuesday as the Big Cats picked up a 3-2 overtime win at the BB&T Center.

In November, the clash between the two teams got so bad that the referees were forced to send ten players off the field at the same time in the third period. A whopping 167 penalty minutes were assessed, with brothers Matthew and Brady Tkachuk at the center of the action.

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The cadet also unsettled goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky for a second time. Their contact had sparked the brawl in November, but this time officers managed to maintain order. The Sens captain was pretty insistent on recovering a puck near the net, and the Russian had enough and stuck a glove in his face.

The Senators made up for the poor start to the game by scoring their two goals in the third period. Thomas Chabot and Tim Stützle forced extra time with their goals.

Anton Lundell gave Florida the win after 96 seconds of overtime. Aaron Ekblad set the tone for this meeting by defeating Joonas Korpisalo after just 19 seconds. Brandon Montour was the team's other scorer.

Eight in a row for the Blueshirts

In New York, the Rangers celebrated their eighth consecutive win against the Dallas Stars thanks to Igor Shesterkin's 41 saves.

Adam Fox, Kaapo Kakko and Vincent Trocheck were the scorers for the local favorites in this 3-1 win.

The Rangers goalkeeper was dominant throughout the game, but especially before the visitors' 17 shots in the third period. Miro Heiskanen, playing his 400th game in the National League, scored the only goal on the power play.

Shesterkin is undefeated in four starts since the All-Star Game where he won top honors with Team Matthews.