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11/13/2006 10:26:33 PM


OTTAWA (CP) - The devastation continued for the Ottawa Senators Monday night after losing 6-3 to the Montreal Canadiens.

Guillaume Latendresse scored two power-play goals to lead the Canadiens. Mike Komisarek, Radek Bonk, Mike Johnson and Alex Kovalev also scored for Montreal (9-4-3) and Cristobal Huet stopped 36 shots.

Denis Hamel, Patrick Eaves and Antoine Vermette scored for Ottawa (6-10-1) and Martin Gerber faced 31 shots in his eighth loss of the season.

The Senators are now a dismal 2-6-0 on home ice and have yet to win a game this season when they fail to score first.

Goaltending continues to be Ottawa's biggest Achilles heel as Gerber struggled yet again.

Montreal opened the scoring at the 12-minute mark of the first as the Senators continued to struggle on the power play as they gave up their seventh shorthanded goal, a league worst. Tomas Plekanec passed to Komisarek who's shot just trickled through Gerber's pads and across the goal-line.

The Senators tied the game with less than two minutes remaining in the opening period as Denis Hamel tipped Andrej Meszaros' shot from the blue-line.

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Gerber played OK,but he didn't save the puck when it realy mattered in the third period. After the Sens got their third goal and where only down by 1 goal Gerber shouldn't have let the 5th goal in.
 
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