Florida Panthers vs Ottawa Senators Predictions

Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 18:00:00
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Ottawa Senators
The Florida Panthers are looking to bounce back from a two-game losing streak as they take on the Ottawa Senators on the road. With a 47-24 record for the season, the Panthers have been solid on the road with a 25-11 record. Despite their recent losses, they remain one of the top teams in the NHL and will be looking to secure a win against the Senators.

On the other hand, the Ottawa Senators have had a decent season with a record of 33-37. Although they have a strong record at home with a 22-13 standing, the Senators are coming off a recent loss and will be hungry for a win against the Panthers. This matchup between two competitive teams promises to be an exciting and intense game filled with skill and athleticism. Fans can expect a thrilling display of hockey as these two teams go head to head in what is sure to be an epic battle on the ice.

Florida Panthers vs Ottawa Senators Betting Odds

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