Sens' Condra Has Big Game 5: Erik Condra notched a power-play goal, a shorthanded assist and an even-strength assist in Thursday's series-ending victory over the Canadiens. (Updated 5/9/13)
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Erik Condra had been pretty quiet in the first four playoff games, picking up a lone power-play assist in that span. He's good for a breakout game like this every now and again, but Condra's not yet proven to be a consistent scorer on the NHL level. (Updated 5/9/13).
05/14/2013 22:20 Penguins rout Senators, take Game 1 of Eastern semifinals
Paul Martin and Chris Kunitz scored power-play goals and Pascal Dupuis added his sixth goal of the playoffs and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Tuesday.
05/09/2013 22:03 Senators knock out Canadiens with 6-1 win in Game 5
Craig Anderson made 33 saves and Cory Conacher scored twice on a shaky Peter Budaj as the Ottawa Senators advanced to the second round of the playoffs Thursday night with a 6-1 rout of the Montreal Canadiens.
The second-year forward had a solid, if unspectacular, offensive season in 2011-12, putting up eight goals and 17 assists while posting a strong plus-11 rating in 81 games. Erik Condra is an intelligent hockey player who goes for the smart play rather than the risky one. Ottawa coach Paul MacLean utilized him much on the penalty kill, where Condra ended up notching two shorthanded goals, tying him for second on the Sens. He's a great third or fourth line winger and has earned trust amongst Ottawas coaching staff. Condra should be good for close to 10 goals and 20 assists to go along with a solid plus-minus rating in 2012-13.? (Updated 8/14/12)