Ottawa Senators Kyle Turris battles with Boston Bruins Jay Pandolfo and Dennis Seidenberg in front of goaltender Anton Khudobin during NHL hockey action at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa on Thursday March 21,2013. Errol McGihon/The Ottawa Sun/QMI Agency
OTTAWA - The home-ice drought just won't end for the Senators./p>
The Senators will have to wait until next year to try to end their search for a home-ice victory over the Boston Bruins after they extended their winning streak at Scotiabank Place to 11 games with a 2-1 victory Thursday night.
The Bruins sent the 19,663 home in stunned silence as Dennis Seidenberg scored the winner with 1:04 left in the third. The Senators haven't beaten the Bruins at home since April 7, 2009 and this was Boston's last visit to Ottawa this season.