Tie series leaves plenty of questions about Game 5

After holding control of the series, the Senators are looking to re-establish their game against the Leafs in Game 4.

Updated: May 10, 2002, 3:28 PM ET
By Brian Engblom | Special to ESPN.com

TORONTO -- The onus is back on the Ottawa Senators to re-establish their game in tonight's Game 5. They came out flat in Game 4 -- and the Toronto Maple Leafs flattened them even more to tie the series.

The Senators have faced little to no adversity in the playoffs since losing Game 1 of their first-round series against Philadelphia. They looked strong all series, even in their three-overtime loss in Game 3. They felt they had outplayed the Leafs, yet lost the game.

But now, Toronto ...

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