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Giroud scores in home debut, Senators give Bruins first loss of season

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Ottawa — Claude Giroud The Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 7-5 at the Canadian Tire Center on Tuesday for the first time this season.

Giroud gave the Senators a 1–0 lead into the first period at 1:04 when he won five holes from Rush. His 34-year-old forward, who signed a three-year contract on July 13, was originally from Hurst, Ontario and moved to Ottawa in 2002.

Brady Tkachuk, drake bazzarson When Tim Stutzl 1 goal and 2 assists each Anton Forsberg He had 28 saves in three consecutive starts for the Senators (1-2-0) who were playing home openers.

“It was pretty great,” Tkachuk said of the atmosphere. [been to] I’ve been excited about games before. So thank you to all the fans and all the support that came out tonight as it was an amazing experience. ”

Video: BOS@OTT: Giroux Leads Senators Early

Patrice Bergeron When David Pastanak Each of the Bruins had a goal and two assists (3-1-0).

Jeremy Swayman He allowed six goals on 25 shots before being pulled out after the second period. Linus Urmark I saved 5 times with peace of mind.

“I am particularly disappointed with the way we have bounced back,” Mr. Swayman said. “Our effort has been incredible and I feel like I let the players down. I will definitely start over and do whatever I can because I will make up for this. It’s from

Tkachuk scored from a left faceoff dot at 3:09 to make it 2-0 and Batherson made it 3-0 after a pass from Tkachuk at 13:14.

“I thought I was hanging [Swayman] Boston coach Jim Montgomery said. We didn’t bother anyone. And that’s a tough way to start the game on fresh ice.”

Video: BOS@OTT: Tkachuk grabs the feed and snaps home

Bergeron cut it to 3-1 at 17:00 and knocked the rebound off Pasternak’s slapshot.

David Craig 28 seconds to make it 3-2, AJ Greer It was tied 3-3 at 1:30 from a turnover in the offensive zone.

“Obviously we have to learn how to deal with situations like this,” Ottawa manager DJ Smith said of allowing a three-point lead. I had a chance to win the match.

Shane Pinto Giving the Senators a 4-3 lead in a 2-1 one-timer at 11:57, Stutzle pushed it to 5-3 at 13:58. Mark Castellik We scored at 16:29 to make it 6-3.

Video: BOS@OTT: Stutzle moves backhand and slides in

Nick Foligno Scored on the rebound and cut to 6-4 at 17:55.

Pasternak made it 6-5 with a wrist shot from the left dot at 19:45.

“These games happen from time to time,” Pastrnak says. “Obviously it was his third fight in four days. I kept it positive. I came back twice.”

“It’s a long season in hockey. It’s just getting started, but these kinds of games are going to happen. You see them everywhere in the league all the time. Sometimes the puck goes into the net both ways.”

Artem Zub He scored on his own rebound at 10:07 in the third period of the 7-5 final.

“Offensively, we did everything we wanted to do tonight, but we obviously gave up too much,” Smith said. “There was a lot of tension. You could see it on the bench. I thought we played really well in the first two games.” [of the season] I didn’t get any results, so I won and moved on. ”

Note: Foligno scored his first goal in the NHL 15 years ago on October 18, 2007, for the Senators in a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens. Tuesday’s goal was his 207th of his career. … Attendance was his 19,811, the largest crowd since Daniel Alfredsson retired from the jersey on December 29, 2016. … Defenseman Anton Stralman After signing a one-year deal on October 12, in his debut for the Bruins, he had one hit, two blocked shots, and was minus two in 18:29 of ice time. He was in training camp on a professional tryout deal.