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(SportsNetwork.com) - The Ottawa Senators will try to post consecutive wins for the first time under Dave Cameron when they visit the still surging Buffalo Sabres in Mondays Atlantic Division clash at First Niagara Center. The Senators lost their first game with Cameron behind the bench, dropping a 5-3 decision to the visiting Los Angeles Kings on Thursday. Ottawa was able to get its new head coach his first NHL victory on Saturday, however, as the Sens kicked off a three-game road trip with a shootout win in Boston. Cameron took over the reins for the fired Paul MacLean last week after Ottawa began the season with a mediocre 11-11-5 record. Saturdays 3-2 win was the clubs second victory in three games after going through an 0-4-1 drought from Nov. 28-Dec. 6. Bobby Ryan scored the shootout winner Saturday, while Mika Zibanejad and David Legwand provided the regulation scores for the Senators. Legwand knotted the score at 2-2 with a power-play tally at the 4:17 mark of the third period. Robin Lehner made 29 saves through regulation and overtime for the Sens and stopped two of three attempts in the shootout. In the third round of the shootout with the teams tied at one goal each, Lehner made a sprawling save to deny Patrice Bergerons bid, and Ryan beat Rask by going to his forehand for the game-winner. You know, youre in the business of winning, Cameron said. Its a case where youre preaching a certain style of play and [until you] get that win, theres probably always a bit of doubt or maybe a little bit of gray area whether it works or doesnt work. So it was great to get the win for sure. Ottawa halted a four-game road skid and improved to 6-8-2 as the guest this season. The Sens will cap their current swing Wednesday in New Jersey. Lehner will get the call in net again tonight. He is 0-1-1 with a 2.45 GAA in his career against Buffalo. The Sabres continued their recent hot play with an overtime win Saturday against the Florida Panthers and they hope to cap a four-game homestand with a perfect record tonight. Buffalo, which began the season with a 3-13-2 record, has been firing on all cylinders lately, going 9-3-0 over its past 12 games. The Sabres secured their third three-game winning streak of that stretch with Saturdays 4-3 victory. Nikita Zadorov played the OT hero against the Panthers, scoring his first goal of the season just 29 seconds into the extra session to improve Buffalos home record to 8-7-2. Zadorov took a feed from Tyler Ennis before wristing the puck past Al Montoya to end the game. Brian Giontas third-period goal tied the game for the Sabres and ended a run of three straight Panthers goals. Buffalo grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period before allowing Florida to rally and eventually take a one-goal advantage. Buffalo also got goals from Cody Hodgson and Marcus Foligno, while Jhonas Enroth made 25 saves in the win. Hodgson, who led the Sabres with 44 points last season, was back in the lineup after being made a healthy scratch for Thursdays game against Calgary. Its nice to get on the board offensively, but more important to be part of the team and be on the ice, Hodgson said. The Sabres won Saturday despite finishing the game with just four defenseman after blueliners Josh Gorges and Andrej Meszaros left with injuries in the second period. Both players are expected to miss tonights game. Ted Nolan could roll with Enroth in net tonight. He is 6-1-0 over his last seven starts and owns a 3-2-1 record and 2.60 GAA in six career games against Ottawa. However, backup Michal Neuvirth could get the call in either tonights test or tomorrows tilt in Winnipeg. Neuvirth is 4-1-1 with a 1.85 GAA against the Senators. 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He will be practicing with the Norfolk Admirals (AHL) on a conditioning assignment. - @AnaheimDucks Corey Perry has a knee sprain and will miss the next three to four weeks. Adidas Nmd Cheap Uk Sale . "First, I would like to offer my deepest and sincerest apologies for any harm I have inflicted on University of Missouri defensive lineman, Michael Sam," the statement read.DETROIT -- Jose Abreu homered, drove in four runs -- and accomplished something nobody on the Chicago White Sox had managed in 94 years. Abreus three-hit night extended his hitting streak to 18 games, and the White Sox routed the Detroit Tigers 11-4 on Tuesday. Abreu has hit safely in 36 of his last 37 games, and this is his second 18-game streak of the year. The only other player with two 18-game hitting streaks in a season for the White Sox was Hall of Famer Eddie Collins, who had runs of 21 and 22 games in 1920. Collins was already a seasoned veteran by that point. Abreu is in his first year in the majors. "He comes every day prepared and ready to work," manager Robin Ventura said of his 27-year-old Cuban slugger. "Its a very mature approach, and I know Ive said that before, but its true. He comes here and he gets it right away." Abreu and Adam Dunn hit consecutive home runs in the seventh, when the White Sox scored seven runs. Chicago sent 12 batters to the plate in the inning and broke the game open against Anibal Sanchez (7-5) and Joakim Soria. Alexei Ramirez added a three-run double during the rally. Jose Quintana (6-7) allowed two runs and nine hits in six innings. Detroit made three errors, including two in that seventh inning. Soria made his first home appearance since the Tigers acquired him in a trade with Texas. He retired only one of the seven batters he faced and allowed his first two homers of the season. "That was probably the worst outing of my career," Soria said. "You want to make a good impression on the fans and your new team, and then that happens. No matter what pitch I threw, they were right on it. I felt fine, but I missed some over the middle, and they hit all of them." With men on first and second and one out in the seventh, Tyler Flowers singled to left, and left fielder Rajai Davis error allowed a run to score from second. That gave Chicago a 3-2 lead. Soria replaced Sanchez, and after Adam Eatons single loaded the bases, Ramirez doubled too make it 6-2.dddddddddddd Abreu followed with a two-run homer, his major league-leading 31st of the year. Dunns solo shot made it 9-2. Sanchez allowed five runs -- four earned -- and six hits in 6 1-3 innings. He struck out six and walked two. QUINTANA SHARP The Chicago left-hander has a 1.84 ERA in his last eight starts, although he hasnt always gotten much run support. That changed in a big way Tuesday. "I tried to throw all my pitches, start ahead in the count early," Quintana said. "Sometimes I fight with my delivery, especially early in the count." SLUMPING AGAIN The Tigers still lead the AL Central by five games over Kansas City, but theyve lost four in a row. This is their fourth losing streak of at least four games this season. The White Sox are now seven games out of first. TRAINERS ROOM White Sox: Reliever Matt Lindstrom (left ankle) threw batting practice to outfielder Avisail Garcia (left shoulder) before the game. Garcia has not played since early April, and Lindstrom has been out since mid-May. Ventura says the team will know more about their status when the White Sox return to Chicago for a six-game homestand that starts Friday. Tigers: Shortstop Eugenio Suarez left the game in the fourth inning with lower back tightness, and third baseman Nick Castellanos was scratched shortly before the game with an injured right index finger. Castellanos was hit with a groundball during batting practice. He and Suarez are both day to day. "Nick could have hit, and he could have played if we needed him, but we decided to play it safe," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "Hell probably be OK tomorrow. With Suarie, well just see how he feels tomorrow afternoon." ON DECK White Sox: Right-hander Hector Noesi (5-7) starts against the Tigers on Wednesday night and will try for his third straight win. He allowed four runs in a victory over Detroit on June 9. Tigers: Reigning AL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer (12-3) takes the mound. Hes unbeaten in his last six starts. ' ' '

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