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Sens, Gerber on a downward slope

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(Sports Network) - The Ottawa Senators are looking nothing like the team that has thrived during the last few regular seasons.

Not even close.

Ottawa, which will visit Pittsburgh on Friday, has lost its last five games (0-4-1). On Wednesday the Sens dropped a 5-4 decision in Atlanta, as Slava Kozlov recorded his fifth career hat trick, including the game-winner, to lift the Thrashers.

Jason Spezza, Chris Kelly and Antoine Vermette each had a goal and an assist for the slumping Senators, while Martin Gerber allowed all five Atlanta goals on 31 shots.

The Senators had not lost five consecutive games since February 22-March 9, 1996.

Gerber, who has struggled with his new team, will likely see most of the action in the near future, as fellow netminder Ray Emery is out of action with a sprained wrist.

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Lets hope Gerber holds up today. I'll keep you guys updated!:)
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Sens are up 2-1!! Heatley and Spezza!!:D

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
Ottawa: 03:42 DANY HEATLEY, Wrist Shot - Assists: WADE REDDEN and JOSEPH CORVO
Pittsburg: 07:11 PPG - MICHEL OUELLET, Snap Shot - Assists: EVGENI MALKIN and RYAN WHITNEY
Ottawa: 09:50 JASON SPEZZA, Slap Shot - Assists: PETER SCHAEFER and CHRIS NEIL
Score Update: Redden scored to make it 4-2. I'm praying the lead will hold up!!:D

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
Ottawa: 03:42 DANY HEATLEY, Wrist Shot - Assists: WADE REDDEN and JOSEPH CORVO
Pittsburg: 07:11 PPG - MICHEL OUELLET, Snap Shot - Assists: EVGENI MALKIN and RYAN WHITNEY
Ottawa: 09:50 JASON SPEZZA, Slap Shot - Assists: CHRIS NEIL and PETER SCHAEFER
2nd Period
Pittsberg: 06:11 PPG - EVGENI MALKIN, Wrist Shot - Assists: MICHEL OUELLET and SIDNEY CROSBY
Ottawa: 11:48 ANDREJ MESZAROS, Slap Shot - Assists: none
Ottawa: 16:12 PPG - WADE REDDEN, Wrist Shot - Assists: DANIEL ALFREDSSON and JASON SPEZZA
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