|Craig Anderson will start his 15th straight game for the Senators on Tuesday. (Pierre-Paul Poulin/QMI Agency)
BOSTON - Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean won't make any changes which means Craig Anderson will start.
He ties a career-high with most consecutive starts at 15 and has been in the net for every game in January.
The Senators return from the All-Star break against the Boston Bruins Tuesday night at the TD Garden.
This is going to be a tough test for Ottawa.
“They’re at the top of our division and they’re a really good team. We expect a good test,” said MacLean Tuesday morning.
Defenceman Brian Lee, who has missed five games with a lower body injury, will be out for his sixth straight.
The Senators are expected to face Tim Thomas in the Boston net.