Erik Karlsson enjoyed playing in front of the Ottawa fans again, but he was not happy with the performance of the current team.
Karlsson played his first game in Ottawa since he was traded to San Jose in the season away. The return was much anticipated and spoke about the week.
"I had a lot of fun there, although this was not a great game at all and I'm not happy at all," said Karlsson. "But it's nice to move forward now."
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The Senators have three former Sharks on their list with Boedker, found in the order of Mike Hoffman, Chris Tierney and Dylan DeMelo.
"It was a lot of fun there," said Boedker. "We play really hard as a unit that I thought. Three of us played against our old cohort and everyone seemed to rally behind that so it was a good feeling in the A room before and definitely on the ice. I thought we really did not play. "
Although the Senators rejected the reunion, they admitted that it was strange to see Karlsson on the other side.
"It was different," said Mark Stone. "What do we have in games in 27? I think it would have been a bit different if we were playing it right away, but we use it quite to it do not get around so that was not different. "
Ben Harpur scored, with the first NHL mark, Ryan Dzingel, Magnus Paajarvi, Bobby Ryan and Stone also for Senators (12-12-3).
Joe Thornton and Barclay Goodrow scored for the Sharks (12-10-5). Martin Jones made 21 safes. 0-3-1 San Jose is on his current five-way road trip, ending Sunday in Montreal.
"There is no doubt that we are pursuing the game," said Peter DeBoer, Sharks coach. "I believe that there is some problem of confidence when you lose some games like that. You could call it out of a hurry and I can call it a bit unambiguously. We need to come from find a way to get that swagger back. "