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A look at this season’s Bruins-Senators matchups

Drew Stafford had the Bruins’ only goal against Craig Anderson in a shootout loss April 6.john tlumacki/globe staff/Boston Globe

This season, the Bruins went 0-3-1 against Ottawa, their first-round playoff opponent. A quick look at the games:

Nov. 24 at Ottawa: Senators 3, Bruins 1 — David Pastrnak scored on a power play with 11 seconds left in the first period to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead, but the Senators scored three times in the final 40 minutes to pick up the win. Mark Stone tied it up in the second period before Chris Wideman and Kyle Turris connected in the third. The Bruins managed just 20 shots on Senators goalie Craig Anderson.

March 6 at Ottawa: Senators 4, Bruins 2: Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand scored for Boston, but the Bruins could not climb back from two Senators goals in the opening 3:25 of the game. Four Ottawa skaters scored, while Erik Karlsson picked up two assists. The Bruins took a loss in the midst of a stretch in which they won 12 of 15 games.


March 21 at Boston: Senators 3, Bruins 2: The Bruins outshot the Senators, 36-22, but Anderson made 34 saves and Turris scored the last two goals for Ottawa. Torey Krug picked up a goal and an assist for the Bruins, but Turris’s second tally four minutes into the third period proved to be the winner.

April 6 at Boston: Senators 2, Bruins 1 (SO): Drew Stafford and Alexandre Burrows traded regulation goals as both netminders stood out. Anderson finished with 28 saves, while Tuukka Rask notched 25. The Senators clinched a playoff spot as Anderson turned aside Pastrnak, Stafford, and Ryan Spooner in the shootout, while Turris potted the winner for Ottawa.


Dan McLoone can be reached at dan.mcloone@globe.com.