May 8, 2013
Ottawa Senators on edge despite having Habs right where they want them
By BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

Senators forward Chris Neil goes hard to the Canadiens net against netminder Carey Price and Jeff Halpern during Game 4 of their NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinal at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, May 7, 2013. (ERROL McGIHON/QMI Agency)

MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens might be the ones facing elimination.

But Paul MacLean is the one who is nervous.

"We're scared to death, I know I am," said the Senators coach before the club made the two-hour trek here Wednesday.

The Senators have got the Canadiens right where they want them. Leading this series 3-1 after a dramatic 3-2 OT victory Tuesday at home, Ottawa has three chances to eliminate the No. 2-seeded Habs and pull off a major upset in the first round.

And while the Senators have left the Habs no margin for error and can choke the life right out of them with a victory in Game 5 Thursday night at the Bell Centre, Ottawa types were treading carefully with the microphones and notepads.br>
"No matter what they have or they play,



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