Sens hope to break Saddledome losing streak

The Sens hope to end their losing streak at the Saddledome in Calgary on Tuesday night. (QMI Agency...

The Sens hope to end their losing streak at the Saddledome in Calgary on Tuesday night. (QMI Agency file)

BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 5:22 PM ET

CALGARY - The Senators can't brag about their success at the Saddledome.

They will try to do something Tuesday night they haven't done in almost a decade and get a victory here in Calgary.

The club's last win was a 1-0 victory on Jan. 9, 2003. In an attempt to get adjusted to the time change the Senators came out here a day earlier.

"It's a tough rink, they've got good fans here and they always seem to come out hard," said centre Jason Spezza Tuesday morning. "We've had some good games here but we haven't been able to get the win. Hopefully we can break the goose egg because this has been a tough building for us to come into."

The Senators won't be making any changes against the Flames. Goalie Craig Anderson, who made 31 saves in a 5-2 victory over the Maple Leafs Saturday, will make the start.

Defenceman David Rundblad is going to be a healthy scratch as the Senators start this three-game Western road swing.

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