Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Anthony Duclair's Hat Trick Powers Coyotes Past Senators in Overtime

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Anthony Duclair's Hat Trick Powers Coyotes Past Senators in Overtime

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Duclair leads Coyotes to OT win over Senators

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OTTAWA - Anthony Duclair did everything he could to keep the lowly Arizona Coyotes rolling.

Duclair completed a hat trick with the overtime winner to give the Coyotes a 3-2 overtime win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday afternoon for back-to-back Arizona victories.

"I think it was a well earned win to be honest," said Duclair. "We carried that momentum from the Montreal game and all four lines were rolling and we just played a solid 60 minutes."

Antti Raanta made 30 saves for the Coyotes (4-15-3).

The Senators went into the third period leading 2-1 and as has been the case too often this season at home was unable to shut down the opponent. Ottawa head coach Guy Boucher was disappointed that his team couldn't finish off Arizona.

"When it was 2-1 we had many chances to bury them and we didn't," said Boucher, who coached his 100th game with the Senators. "You've got to be able to win games at 2-1, you have to. It's not even about getting that third one it's about not giving that last one."

Mark Stone and Mark Borowiecki scored in regulation for the Senators (8-4-6). Mike Condon stopped 25 shots.

"That was two points we probably needed to get and should have had," said Borowiecki. "I don't think we played bad, but we just didn't play good enough to win."

In what was an otherwise solid performance for Condon, it was two mistakes that made the difference in this one.

Duclair scored the winner at 1:23 of overtime as his shot trickled through Condon's pads and over the goal-line.

Midway through the third period, with the Coyotes on the power play, Condon dove to make the save, but whiffed on the puck leaving an easy play for Duclair for his second of the game to make it 2-2.

"I saw an opportunity to make a play, it was the right decision, and I just didn't execute it and missed the puck," said Condon. …

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