Senators drop fourth in a row to lowly Florida Panthers

Ottawa Senators' Kyle Turris (C) tries to score against Florida Panthers' Scott Timmins (L) and...

Ottawa Senators' Kyle Turris (C) tries to score against Florida Panthers' Scott Timmins (L) and Scott Clemmensen (R) during the first period of their NHL hockey game in Sunrise, Florida April 7, 2013. (REUTERS/Rhona Wise)

DON BRENNAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:55 PM ET

SUNRISE, FLA. - Forty-five days after Craig Anderson was listed as "day-to-day" with a sprained ankle, the Senators goalie had to feel like he was still a spectator.

For most of his first game since Feb. 21, he was barely tested. But as dominant as they were, his teammates couldn't pull away from the Florida Panthers.

And finally, they paid for it.


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