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OTTAWA -- A week ago it was unthinkable, but the Ottawa Senators are back in playoff contention. Ales Hemsky scored the only goal of the shootout Monday night as the Senators earned a huge 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. Hemsky moved in and fired a shot off the post and into the back of the net behind goaltender Cam Ward to give the Senators their third straight win, and fourth in their past fifth games. They have nine points over that stretch. As it stands now, the Senators are in 12th in the Eastern Conference four points behind the Columbus Blue Jackets, who currently possess the second wild-card berth with 82 points. The Hurricanes are seven back. "All Im doing is going game-by-game still. We won today, now we have to get ready for Wednesday and again well see where we are at (in) 82 games," said Senators coach Paul MacLean. Craig Anderson stopped all three Carolina shooters, including Elias Lindholm with the final shot to earn the victory. Mika Zibanejad scored in regulation for the Senators (32-29-14) while Anderson made 30 saves. Jeff Skinner had the Carolina goal while Ward backstopped the Hurricanes (32-32-11) through regulation with 28 saves. Coincidental minor penalties in overtime meant the teams played two minutes of three-on-three hockey. Kyle Turris had the best opportunity for the Senators during that span but his shot went over the net. Alex Semin had Anderson beat on a two-on-one but his backhand went wide. "Structure wise we werent really sure what to do, but you need guys that are creative and are able to beat guys one-on-one because thats what it comes down to," Senators defenceman Marc Methot said of the rare three-on-three. "The guys handled it well." There was very little in the way of scoring opportunities through most of the third period. That changed in the final few minutes as both teams started to apply pressure as neither wanted the other to claim a bonus point in the tight playoff race. "There were definitely opportunities and a little spark at the end. The fans started getting into it knowing the pressure of the last five minutes and that any mistake could be in the back of the net," said Hurricanes forward Jordan Staal. "It raised the intensity of the game for sure." The way the first period started it seemed as though the goaltenders were going to have nightmares even before they went to bed. The score was tied 1-1 before the five-minute mark and the non-defensive style was allowing for several opportunities on both sides. Zibanejad opened the scoring at 1:41 of the first period when he deflected a Patrick Wiercioch point shot past Ward. The play was reviewed but quickly announced that the call on the ice stood and it was in fact a goal. "Youve got to look at it as a lucky break on their side, and just get ready for the next shot," Ward said of the goal. "The puck was bouncing a little more than I would have liked, but other than that we gave our team a chance to win. Unfortunately, it doesnt feel good to lose in a shootout." Zibanejad continues to improve on his career-high numbers as he now has 14 goals and 29 points in 64 games. "Lately weve been taking it one game at a time. Its cliche but we are. And were doing whatever we can to make sure we get the points," said Zibanejad. "The pressure is not on us, the pressure is on the teams above us and by winning were putting more pressure on them." It wasnt all good news for the Senators though as Erik Karlsson gave the puck away behind his own goal and then was the last player to touch it before it went into the back of the Ottawa goal behind Anderson. Karlsson tried to sweep the puck around the boards behind the net but fanned on his attempt, giving skinner possession of the puck behind the goal. He danced from side-to-side before banking the puck off Karlsson and in to tie the game at the 4:03 mark. Notes- Jason Spezza, Bobby Ryan, Jared Cowen and Colin Greening were scratches for the Senators. Mike Komisarek, Radek Dvorak and Justin Peters were scratches for the HurricanesaThe Senators recalled Jean-Gabriel Pageau from Binghamton on MondayaSenators forward Kyle Turris was named the NHLs First Star of the Week Monday after collecting four goals and three assists in four gamesaJeff Skinner now has points in five straight games and recorded his 30th goal of the season MondayaThe Carolina Hurricanes are scheduled to play back-to-back games 20 times this season, second only to the Cheap Soccer Jerseys Authentic . There are surprises among the Vezina candidates, but most of the others are standard top-tier performers, even if the two Hart Trophy runners-ups have never been quite as good as they have been through the first half of the season. Cheap Soccer Jerseys .ca. Hi Kerry, Thursday nights Bruins-Blackhawks game had a goal by Patrice Bergeron initially waved off by the referee, but video review clarified it was a good goal. https://www.soccerjerseyschina.us/.com) - The Toronto Raptors set their sights on a second straight victory with the Oklahoma City Thunder visiting the Air Canada Centre tonight riding a two game streak of their own. Fake Soccer Jerseys . The government says top golfers are expected to compete in the PGA Tour event at the Ashburn Golf Club in the suburb of Fall River from July 3-6 and again next year. Clearance Soccer Jerseys . Lisicki beat South African Chanelle Scheepers by a 7-5, 7-6 (7-1) margin. Next up for the Wimbledon runner-up will be Slovenian Polona Hercog, who outlasted Czech Petra Cetkovska 6-4, 5-7, 6-1.Lewis Hamiltons 10th-place starting position for the Russian GP has been confirmed after repairs to his Mercedes engine did not trigger penalties. The world champions power unit has been fitted with a new turbocharger, MGU-H, energy store and control electronics after a failure in qualifying but Hamilton remains inside the five unit limit for each element so no penalty is applied.Hamilton reverts to his first engine used at the Australian GP with Mercedes also chartering a plane to fly a new fuel system to Sochi on Saturday night, with the team needing to introduce replacement parts of the same specification after upgrading their power units for this weekend. The revised power unit was successfully fired up in the Mercedes garage and Hamilton is set to take his place on the fifth row of the grid for the race which begins at 1pm BST, live on Sky Sports F1.Team-mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg starts on pole and is well placed to increase his 36-point championship lead.Speaking on Saturday night, Hamilton appeared downcast about the latest setback to his title challenge, but vowed to fight back in the race from wherever he started.Asked if he was beginning to think 2016 might not be his year after problems at all four grands prix so far, he replied: Im not really thinking of that at the moment, there is still a long way to go.Im always trying to turn negatives into positives and, as I said at the last race, this is another big challenge and the challenge is becoming greater. Every challenge is an opportunity to rise. Mercedes Lewis Hamilton could start near the back of the grid in Russia after suffering yet another power unit failure ahead of Q3 I quite like that approach and even when it seems like its the darkest of days, theres always some light there and as long as you focus on that there will be a brighter day up ahead. Thats how I think, thats how I feel, and thats whats going to power me forwards.ddddddddddddMercedes boss Toto Wolff described the second successive problem in a power unit in Hamiltons car, caused by an overheating MGU-H, as a freak failure given the team believed they had identified the cause of the problem first time round in China.And although the issue has afflicted engines in Hamiltons car so far, Wolff said it was not being caused by the world champions driving.We have eight power units out there. Seven didnt have any problems and one had the problem twice, he added.You need to turn every stone and look at settings, because it happens in the same circumstances in qualifying twice - out laps, not in the race. So I wouldnt exclude any failure, but definitely it is not something that is obvious because we would have found out. Ted Kravitz analyses all the action and looks behind the scenes from qualifying at the Russian Grand Prix. Its certainly not Lewis. You need to look at settings on the MGU-H or any setting that could have an influence on the functionary of the power unit.Wolff also batted away any suggestion the pre-season switch of some crew members between Hamilton and Rosbergs garages had made any impact on the Britons series of setbacks.The crews are doing a great job, he said. We changed the chief mechanic and some other mechanics on the cars, but that has nothing to do with it. Its an unfortunate run of things. 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