Ottawa Senators Lost Game 4 to Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan shuffled his line combinations and put Matt Murray to start Game 4.m They were dominating the first two periods and tied the NHL Eastern Conference Final best-of-7 series 2-2 against Ottawa Senators.

The Ottawa Senators trailed and did come back, attacked and pushed the Penguins in the third period but it was too late.

“The game is about momentum and I feel like when the opposing team or we get momentum, one or the other, the team that seems to be on their heels is that, they’re on their heels,” Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson said.

For Guy Boucher, it was about puck management and an inability to generate the speed. The Ottawa Senators didn’t find their legs until the third period.

“They were the better team tonight for two periods, and they deserved the game,” Ottawa Senators head coach Guy Boucher said. “We deserved two games and we got two games. They deserved two games and it’s 2-2. That’s how it is.”

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