• My Scores
  • NFL
  • NBA
  • NHL
  • Golf

Ottawa at St. Louis

Senators 3, Blues 1

CBSSports.com wire reports

ST. LOUIS -- Peter Regin picked a good time for his first NHL goal.

Regin, playing in his third game for Ottawa, scored the winning goal with 1:57 left as the Senators beat the St. Louis Blues 3-1 on Thursday.

Regin admitted that he misfired a bit on the shot, but was certainly pleased with the result.

"I tried to shoot it high, but missed and the puck went low," Regin said. "That's often how you score, you miss the puck a little."

Regin broke a 1-1 deadlock when he gained control of the puck on the left side, skated behind the Blues net and beat goalie Chris Mason with a wrist shot from the right circle.

"It's something I've dreamed about since I was a kid," said Regin, a native of Denmark. "A dream come true for me."

Mason would just have soon not have been a part of it.

"A heartbreaker. I think that was a team we could have beat there," Mason said. "We played a lot harder in the third period, but it stinks with the result. To let them score with two minutes left kind of leaves a mark."

Ottawa coach Craig Hartsburg will probably give Regin more chances to contribute.

"Peter showed speed, showed skill, and good poise with the puck," Hartsburg said.

Mike Fisher, who scored the other two Ottawa goals, added an empty-netter with 32.4 seconds remaining. Brian Elliott made 22 saves for the Senators.

"We played 60 minutes of real hardworking hockey," Hartsburg said. "It's what we've been asking for and we got it tonight."

Brad Winchester had the only goal for St. Louis.

"I didn't like what I saw," coach Andy Murray said. "I thought for the significance of the game and having three days of practice, that our sense of urgency and intensity was not at a level we needed."

Ottawa struck first while short-handed when Blues forward David Perron mishandled the rebound of Fisher's shot in front of the St. Louis net. That allowed Fisher to get control of the puck again in the slot, and he beat Mason with a wrist shot 10:06 into the game.

The Blues had only one shot in the first 13 minutes, but tied it 1-1 on their second shot at 13:04 of the first period when Winchester deflected Jeff Woywitka's centering pass from the left wing past Elliott.


Blues forward Keith Tkachuk played in his 1,100th NHL game. ... Ottawa has not lost to the Blues since Nov. 27, 2001, winning four straight in that span. ... The Senators won for just the sixth time away from home (6-14-3).

Copyright 2015 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and The Associated Press is strictly prohibited.
CBSSports Facebook Google Plus
Conversation powered by Livefyre
Ottawa  (17-22-7) «1023
St. Louis (19-24-4)1001
Three Stars
D. Heatley

Goals: 0
Assist(s): 0
M. Fisher

Goals: 2
Assist(s): 0
C. Mason

Saves: 27
Save Pct.: .931

Related Video

November 20, 2015
NHL Quick Hits: Artemi Panarin leading rookies (2:36)
November 25, 2015
NHL First Quarter Grades
November 24, 2015
NHL Power Rankings: 11/24
November 18, 2015
NHL announces new All-Star Game format
Scoring Summary
10:06Short - Mike Fisher (6), Wrist Shot. Assist: Alfredsson
13:04Brad Winchester (8), Tip-In. Assist: Woywitka, Backes
18:03Peter Regin (1), Wrist Shot, Unassisted.
19:27Mike Fisher (7), Empty Net, Unassisted.
Penalty Summary
08:58Ruutu, 2 min, Cross-Checking
04:59Woywitka, 2 min, Roughing
08:26Oshie, 2 min, High-Sticking
15:42Neil, 2 min, Charging
16:58Woywitka, 2 min, Slashing
19:07Backes, 2 min, Tripping
19:33Jackman, 2 min, Delay of Game - Puck Over Glass
14:44Foligno, 2 min, Holding
Shots On Goal
St. Louis59923
Brian Elliott59:45221
Chris Mason59:21272
Power Play Conversions
Power Play
St. Louis0-for-3
Game Information
Attendance - 18639
Referees - Tim Peel, Chris Lee
Linesmen - Vaughan Rody, Thor Nelson
Other Games
Pho 0 Final
SJ 2
NJ 4 Final
Bos 3
NYI 5 Final
Atl 4
Mon 1 Final
Fla 5
Chi 2 Final
LA 5
Tor 7 Final
Colo 4
TB 2 Final
Car 3
Dal 4 Final
Det 2