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  • One of the NHL's real surprises last year, finishing second in the Northeast Division and eighth in the Eastern Conference with a 41-31-10 record before falling in seven games to the New York Rangers in the opening round.
  • Senators top line should feature Jason Spezza in the middle with Jakob Silfverberg on the right and Milan Michalek on the left with Kyle Turris centering Guillaume Latendresse and Daniel Alfredsson.
  • Spezza finished fourth in NHL scoring last year with 84 points and his 34 goals matched a career high.
  • The Sens' 2.96 goals per game last year was fourth-best in the NHL, behind only Pittsburgh (3.33), Philadelphia and Boston (both 3.17).
  • Alfredsson is 77th on the NHL career goals list with 416. Among active players he is fifth, behind Jaromir Jagr (665, 11th all-time), Teemu Selanne (663, 12th), Jarome Iginla (516, 35th) and Marian Hossa (417, 76th).

 

OTTAWA SENATORS

30 Ben Bishop

40 Robin Lehner

41 Craig Anderson

 

3 Mark Methot

4 Chris Phillips

7 Kyle Turris

9 Milan Michalek

11 Daniel Alfredsson

13 Peter Regin

14 Colin Greening

15 Zack Smith

18 Jim O'Brien

19 Jason Spezza

22 Erik Condra

23 Kaspars Daugavins

25 Chris Neil

33 Jakob Silfverberg

46 Patrick Wiercioch

55 Sergei Gonchar

61 Andre Benoit

65 Erik Karlsson

73 Guillaume Latendresse

74 Mark Borowiecki

 

WINNIPEG JETS

 

31 Ondrej Pavelec

35 Al Montoya

 

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

6 Ron Hainsey

8 Alex Burmistrov

9 Evander Kane

12 Olli Jokinen

13 Kyle Wellwood

14 Mike Peluso

16 Andrew Ladd

18 Bryan Little

17 James Wright

19 Jim Slater

22 Chris Thorburn

23 Alex Ponikarovsky

24 Grant Clitsome

25 Zach Redmond

26 Blake Wheeler

33 Dustin Byfuglien

39 Tobias Enstrom

55 Mark Scheifele

80 Nik Antropov

 

(Lineups subject to change)

 

-- Ed Tait

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 19, 2013 C2

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