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Struggling Senators continue road trip

Ottawa (13-18-5) at New Jersey (22-12-3), 5:00 p.m. EST

NEWARK, New Jersey (Ticker) -- The Ottawa Senators continue

their marathon road trip on Sunday, when they visit the New

Jersey Devils.

Ottawa is just 1-4-0 on its season-high eight-game trek and

1-11-2 in its last 14 away from home. The Senators are 3-8-1 in

their last 12 contests overall.

Captain Daniel Alfredsson scored the lone goal on the power play

Saturday as Ottawa dropped a 3-1 decision at Toronto.

New Jersey has won three of its last four games, including

Friday's 4-1 triumph over Montreal.

Zach Parise and captain Jamie Langenbrunner each recorded a goal

and an assist in the win. Langenbrunner's tally was his first

since December 12.

Scott Clemmensen, who made 33 saves in the victory, has allowed

three goals or less in each of his last 10 contests.

New Jersey has won the last three meetings between the teams,

including a 5-1 victory on December 19.

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