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NHL: Boston 4, Ottawa 2

Oct. 18, 2008 at 11:22 PM   |   Comments

OTTAWA, Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Led by Phil Kessel's two goals and one assist Saturday, the Boston Bruins doubled up the Ottawa Senators, 4-2.

The veteran center score twice in the second period after assisting on Marco Sturm's tally at 1:06 of the first.

Milan Lucic also scored once.

Marc Savard had three assists, and goaltender Manny Fernandez yielded two goals on 23 shots the Bruins, who earned five points at the start of a four-game road trip.

Ottawa's goals were scored by Nick Foligno in the first and Daniel Alfredsson (power play) in the second.

Netminder Martin Gerber allowed four goals on 27 shots for the Senators, who have lost two of three.

On the power play, Boston went 1-for-2, and Ottawa was 1-for-5.

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