More from Game 3
• Ottawa coach Bryan Murray was livid after Chris Pronger's elbow to the head of Dean McAmmond
and tried to get an explanation from the on-ice officials.
"I was trying to talk to the linesmen. But I guess I've been around too long. Nobody listens to me anymore," Murray joked. "I didn't get any explanation."
• The Ottawa Senators
, who scored their only two goals of the series heading into Game 3 on the power play, have the third-ranked power-play unit overall in the postseason, yet are inept with the man advantage at home (13th overall). They are now 5-for-45 at home thanks to Daniel Alfredsson's controversial power-play goal late in the second period Saturday.
• Chris Kunitz
, who returned to the Ducks lineup after missing seven games with a broken bone in his right hand, played just 4:13 after leaving the game with a lower-body injury. Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said the injury was not related to his hand injury. Kunitz drew the penalty that led to the Ducks' first goal.
-- Scott Burnside