Car 0 1 1 1 3
Ott 1 1 0 0 2
Date of game: 2/7/2013
Game Log
Period 3 12:26
Carolina Power-Play Goal - Alexander Semin (2), from Eric Staal and Tim Brent at 12:26.

Period 4
VISITOR SHOTS 10 3 10 3 - 26 GOALTENDER Dan Ellis, Cam Ward HOME SHOTS 13 17 12 5 - 47 GOALTENDER Craig Anderson, Ben Bishop REFEREE Dave Jackson, Rob Martell *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Ottawa Goal - Erik Karlsson (5), from Jakob Silfverberg and Zack Smith at 18:03. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - Carolina Power-Play Goal - Alexander Semin (2), from Eric Staal and Tim Brent at - *** Overtime Scoring Summary *** - Carolina Goal - Jay Harrison (2), from Jordan Staal and Jeff Skinner at 2:19. - Attendance: 17,337 -

Period 4
** CONFIRMED **

Period 4
Carolina Goal

Period 4
End of 3rd period.

Period 3
Carolina Goal

Period 3
Chad LaRose wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 3
Jordan Staal wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 2
Erik Karlsson wrist shot is wide.

Period 2
Daniel Alfredsson snap shot on Cam Ward.

Period 2
Drayson Bowman wrist shot is wide.

Period 2
Colin Greening tip-in shot on Cam Ward.

Period 2
Second period under way.

Period 1
Patrick Dwyer wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 2
VISITOR SHOTS 8 - 8 GOALTENDER Dan Ellis, Cam Ward HOME SHOTS 13 - 13 GOALTENDER Craig Anderson, Ben Bishop REFEREE Dave Jackson, Rob Martell End of 1st period. *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Ottawa Goal - Erik Karlsson (5), from Jakob Silfverberg and Zack Smith at 18:03. -

Period 2
End of 1st period.

Period 1
Bobby Sanguinetti snap shot is wide.

Period 1
Ottawa Goal - Erik Karlsson, at 18:02.

Period 1
Shot blocked by Justin Faulk.

Period 1
Jim O'Brien wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Marc Methot slap shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Colin Greening shot blocked by Bobby Sanguinetti.

Period 1
Jamie McBain shot blocked by Erik Condra.

Period 1
Jeff Skinner shot blocked by Marc Methot.

Period 1
Jordan Staal wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Alexander Semin wrist shot hit the goalpost.

Period 1
Jussi Jokinen wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Alexander Semin wrist shot hit the crossbar.

Period 1
Eric Staal shot blocked by Chris Phillips.

Period 1
Jordan Staal shot blocked by Sergei Gonchar.

Period 1
Jordan Staal wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Zack Smith shot blocked by Bobby Sanguinetti.

Period 1
Chris Neil wrist shot hit the goalpost.

Period 1
Peter Regin slap shot.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Jeff Skinner shot blocked by Sergei Gonchar.

Period 1
Colin Greening wrist shot is wide.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Mika Zibanejad shot blocked by Jamie McBain.

Period 1
Chris Phillips shot blocked by Joni Pitkanen.

Period 1
Daniel Alfredsson wrist shot.

Period 1
Jordan Staal backhand shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Jeff Skinner shot blocked by Andre Benoit.

Period 1
Mike Lundin slap shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Jakob Silfverberg wrap-around shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Bobby Sanguinetti snap shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson shot blocked by Jay Harrison.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Mika Zibanejad wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson shot blocked by Tim Brent.

Period 1
Jussi Jokinen shot blocked by Erik Karlsson.

Period 1
Chris Phillips wrist shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Stephane Da Costa shot on Cam Ward.

Period 1
Jordan Staal shot blocked by Mike Lundin.

Period 1
Jeff Skinner wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Erik Karlsson shot blocked by Joni Pitkanen.

Period 1
Joni Pitkanen wrist shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Eric Staal backhand shot on Craig Anderson.

Period 1
Game just under way.

Period 1 18:03
Ottawa Goal - Erik Karlsson (5), from Jakob Silfverberg and Zack Smith at 18:03.

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