A preview of the Senators.
When and where: 7:30 p.m., EDT. Scotiabank Place.
TV: NBC Sports Network, CBC, RDS.
Leading postseason scorer: Daniel Alfredsson, 8 points (3 goals, 5 assists).
Last Game: 2-1 home win in Game 3, Sunday. Craig Anderson made 49 saves for the Senators.
Probable goaltenders: Tomas Vokoun (4-1, 1.61 GAA, .949 SV%) for the Penguins and Craig Anderson (5-2, 2.17 GAA, .940 SV%) for the Senators.
Injuries: For the Penguins, left winger Brenden Morrow (undisclosed) is questionable. For the Senators, defensemen Eric Gryba (undisclosed), Patrick Weircioch ("lower body") and left winger Mike Hoffman (collarbone) are out. Center Dave Dziurzynski (concussion) is on injured reserve.
Potential lines and defensive pairings: The Penguins held an optional morning skate today. Based off yesterday's line and defensive pairings, consider this a guess:
14 Chris Kunitz - 87 Sidney Crosby - 9 Pascal Dupuis
12 Jarome Iginla - 71 Evgeni Malkin - 18 James Neal
24 Matt Cooke - 16 Brandon Sutter - 48 Tyler Kennedy
10 Brenden Morrow - 36 Jussi Jokinen - 27 Craig Adams
44 Brooks Orpik - 7 Paul Martin
58 Kris Letang - 2 Matt Niskanen
4 Mark Eaton - 2 Douglas Murray
Based off today's morning skate, consider this a guess at the Senators' lines and defensive pairings:
33 Jakob Silvferberg - 7 Kyle Turris - 11 Daniel Alfredsson
9 Milan Michalek - 19 Jason Spezza - 16 Mark Stone
15 Zack Smith - 93 Mika Zibanejad - 25 Chris Neil
14 Colin Greening (above) - 44 Jean-Gabriel Pageau - 22 Erik Condra
3 Marc Méthot - 65 Erik Karlsson
4 Chris Phillips - 61 Andre Benoit
2 Jared Cowen - 55 Sergei Gonchar
-The last time the Penguins played the Senators, this happened:
-Jussi Jokinen speaks:
-Stone is expected to replace Cory Conacher in the lineup.
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(Photo: Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)