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Senators chase Marc-Andre Fleury from game, clobber Penguins, 6-2

The Pittsburgh goalie makes only 19 saves before being pulled in the third. Ottawa wins its second in a row.

November 20, 2009

Chris Phillips scored twice in his 800th regular-season game and Pascal Leclaire made 25 saves, leading the Ottawa Senators to a 6-2 victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night.

Phillips, who entered with one goal in 18 games, scored goals 2 minutes 3 seconds apart in the third to put Ottawa up 5-1 and chase goalie Marc-Andre Fleury.

Milan Michalek got his 100th career goal, and Matt Carkner, Chris Kelly and Jonathan Cheechoo also scored for Ottawa, which won its second in a row. Mike Fisher had three assists for the Senators.

Jordan Staal scored early in the first, and Evgeni Malkin had a power-play goal late in the third for Pittsburgh.

Fleury, who made 19 saves, left 7:12 into the third after giving up five goals. Brent Johnson stopped six of seven shots the rest of the way.

-- associated press

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