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Slideshow: Canadiens-Senators, Game 5, May 9, 2013

Ottawa Senators' Zach Smith opens the scoring, putting the puck past Montreal Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj during the first period of Thursday night's game.  (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Zach Smith celebrates his first-period goal on Montreal Canadiens' Peter Budaj. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Craig Anderson makes a save on Montreal Canadiens' René Bourque during the first period. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens' Michael Ryder collides with Ottawa Senators' Erik Condra during the first period.  (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Cory Conacher scores against Montreal Canadiens' goaltender Peter Budaj during the first period, putting the Senators up 2-0. (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Cory Conacher (top right) celebrates with teammates Jean-Gabriel Pageau (top left), Sergei Gonchar (55) and Erik Condra (22) after Conacher scored the second goal of the game for the Sens in the first period. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson makes a save during the first period. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban celebrates after scoring in the dying seconds of the first period on the power play, sending the teams to their respective dressing rooms with the Senators leading 2-1. (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Jakob Silfverberg picks up an interference penalty as he rubs out Montreal Canadiens' Raphael Diaz during the second period. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Kyle Turris celebrates his goal on Montreal Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj as Canadiens' Tomas Plekanec (14) and P.K. Subban (76) look on. The goal was reviewed, as Turris was in the crease, but the call on the ice (a goal) stood, putting the Senators up 3-1. (CP)
Montreal Canadiens right wing Colby Armstrong hits the crossbar as Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson looks on during the second period. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Daniel Alfredsson celebrates after scoring during the third period Thursday. (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens (from left) Colby Armstrong, Travis Moen, Jarred Tinordi and P.K. Subban wait out the final seconds during the third period. (CP)
Ottawa Senators celebrate after the final buzzer. The Sens defeated the Montreal Canadiens 6-1 in game five, winning the series four games to one. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean, left, shakes hands with Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien after the Senators eliminated the Canadiens. (CP)
Ottawa Senators' goaltender Craig Anderson celebrates with teammate Jared Cowen after the final buzzer sounded to clinch the game. (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens Rene Bourque (left), P.K. Subban (center) and Andrei Markov (right) salute the crowd in Montreal after being eliminated by the Ottawa Senators 6-1 Thursday night. (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Zach Smith opens the scoring, putting the puck past Montreal Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj during the first period of Thursday night's game. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Zach Smith celebrates his first-period goal on Montreal Canadiens' Peter Budaj. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Craig Anderson makes a save on Montreal Canadiens' René Bourque during the first period. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens' Michael Ryder collides with Ottawa Senators' Erik Condra during the first period. - (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Cory Conacher scores against Montreal Canadiens' goaltender Peter Budaj during the first period, putting the Senators up 2-0. - (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Cory Conacher (top right) celebrates with teammates Jean-Gabriel Pageau (top left), Sergei Gonchar (55) and Erik Condra (22) after Conacher scored the second goal of the game for the Sens in the first period. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson makes a save during the first period. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban celebrates after scoring in the dying seconds of the first period on the power play, sending the teams to their respective dressing rooms with the Senators leading 2-1. - (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Jakob Silfverberg picks up an interference penalty as he rubs out Montreal Canadiens' Raphael Diaz during the second period. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Kyle Turris celebrates his goal on Montreal Canadiens goalie Peter Budaj as Canadiens' Tomas Plekanec (14) and P.K. Subban (76) look on. The goal was reviewed, as Turris was in the crease, but the call on the ice (a goal) stood, putting the Senators up 3-1. - (CP)
Montreal Canadiens right wing Colby Armstrong hits the crossbar as Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson looks on during the second period. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators' Daniel Alfredsson celebrates after scoring during the third period Thursday. - (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens (from left) Colby Armstrong, Travis Moen, Jarred Tinordi and P.K. Subban wait out the final seconds during the third period. - (CP)
Ottawa Senators celebrate after the final buzzer. The Sens defeated the Montreal Canadiens 6-1 in game five, winning the series four games to one. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)
Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean, left, shakes hands with Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien after the Senators eliminated the Canadiens. - (CP)
Ottawa Senators' goaltender Craig Anderson celebrates with teammate Jared Cowen after the final buzzer sounded to clinch the game. - (Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press)
Montreal Canadiens Rene Bourque (left), P.K. Subban (center) and Andrei Markov (right) salute the crowd in Montreal after being eliminated by the Ottawa Senators 6-1 Thursday night. - (Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press)

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