Athletistic / Hockey. At the Canadian Tire Center in Ottawa (Canada), on the night of October 16, the NHL regular season match between the Ottawa Senators and the Tampa Bay Lightning took place. The match ended with a victory for the home team with a score of 5:2.

In the 8th minute, the Senators’ Russian forward Vladimir Tarasenko opened the scoring in the match. For him, it is his first objective for the new team.

At the start of the second period, Lightning forward Anthony Cirelli restored balance to the score. In the 29th minute, Brady Tkachuk again gave Ottawa the lead. But after another four minutes, Tanner Jeanneau allowed Tampa to catch up with their opponent. However, the teams entered the second break with the advantage of the home team – at the end of the second period, Matthew Joseph took the lead for the “senators” with a pass from Tarasenko. At the end of the match, the same Tkachuk and Tim Stützle put the final score on the scoreboard.

Ottawa defenseman Artem Zub participated in the game. In 19 minutes 22 seconds, the 28-year-old Russian scored an assist and obtained a utility coefficient of “+2”. Russian Legionnaires from Tampa – defender Mikhail Sergachev and forward Nikita Kucherov – did not score any effective action this time and both received a “-2” in the utility column.