Mark Stone and Cody Ceci Each with Three Points as Senators Top Canadiens 5-2

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Mark Stone and Cody Ceci Each with Three Points as Senators Top Canadiens 5-2


Beacon, Bill, The Canadian Press


Stone, Ceci lead Sens over Habs 5-2

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MONTREAL - Mark Stone looks to be picking up where he left off last season.

The Ottawa Senators forward was the NHL's hottest scorer after the all-star break in the 2014-15 campaign and he looks ready to keep that level of production going.

Stone and defenceman Cody Ceci each had a goal and two assists as the Senators downed the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 in NHL pre-season action Thursday night.

"I'm comfortable with my linemates and the way the system is being played here," said Stone. "I'm not worried.

"I'm feeling a little more pressure to continue to do what I was able to do at the end of the season, but I'm confident. I'm just looking forward to getting the season going."

Ceci was happy to put up some points.

"That's what I'm trying to get back in my game is my offence," said Ceci. "Things were just clicking tonight. That's good for my confidence."

Mike Hoffman, Clarke MacArthur and Patrick Wiercioch also scored for Ottawa, while Andrei Markov and Nathan Beaulieu had goals for Montreal. The Canadiens outshot the Senators 43-21, but Ottawa goalie Craig Anderson was a wall after a little shakiness early in the game.

The teams meet again Saturday night in Ottawa.

Montreal's Max Pacioretty, returning earlier than expected from a knee injury, wore the C for the first time at the Bell Centre since being named captain at the start of training camp.

"It was a very special feeling," he said. "It's only pre-season but I still took a lot of pride in wearing that. …

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