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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Craig Anderson has quite a record against his former team, the Florida Panthers. Colin Greening scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Anderson stopped 30 shots, leading the Ottawa Senators over the Panthers 4-2 on Tuesday night. Anderson, who also played for the Panthers from 2006-09, is 10-1-1 against them in his career. It looked as if his remarkable run might end after the Panthers scored two power play goals midway through the first period. "I had to hit the reset button there," Anderson said. "We didnt get the start we wanted. Going down 5-on-3, they capitalized on their power play. ... In the second and third the momentum changed in our favour." Bobby Ryan, Erik Condra and Joe Corvo also scored for the Senators. Jonathan Huberdeau and Brian Campbell scored goals for Florida and Tim Thomas stopped 41 shots. Ottawa won for the 13th time in its last 15 games against the Panthers. Florida remains winless in the Atlantic Division (0-6-1) this season. The Senators broke a 2-all tie with a fortunate bounce on a power play. Corvo took a shot from above the right circle and the puck bounced off Greenings leg and over Thomas shoulder and into the net with 43 seconds left in the middle period. The goal was upheld after a review by officials. "Its interesting how goals come," Greening said. "They come in all shapes and forms. Tonight was an odd one but Ill take it." Ottawa stretched its lead to 4-2 in the third on Ryans goal. Jared Cowens pass got by three Panthers players and found Ryans stick in front. He pushed the puck past Thomas at 11:52. The Panthers have given up at least one power play goal in each of their last six games. Trailing 2-0 halfway through the first, the Senators scored twice in the period to tie it. They closed to 2-1 on Corvos goal. His wrist shot from the point got past Thomas on the stick side at 10:58. Condra scored with 1:15 left in the first to tie the game at 2 when he poked in the puck from in front on a pass by Jason Spezza from behind the net. "I thought Craig was very competitive tonight, but at the same time was very calm in the net," Senators coach Paul MacLean said. "That was good to see. That gave us momentum after we were down 2-0, and then we were tied up before the end of the period. That certainly helped us a lot." The Panthers made the most of a 5-on-3 power play in the first, scoring two goals. Tomas Fleischmanns shot from the point was blocked, but Huberdeau was near the crease and swept in the rebound to make it 1-0 at 6:44. Fleischmann broke a nine-game pointless streak with the assist. Later in the power play, Campbell made it 2-0 after his slap shot from the left circle went over Andersons shoulder and into the net at 8:22. This was the first time the Panthers scored two power play goals in a game since the home opener, a 6-3 win over Pittsburgh on Oct. 11. Thomas faced 45 shots, the most the Panthers have allowed this season. The previous high was 40 against Boston on Oct. 17. "We came out, get the 2-0 lead and its our job to keep it and not let the momentum switch no matter what happens," Thomas said. "I felt I played well tonight." The Senators had seven power plays. "Mistakes and took a lot of penalties, some warranted, some probably not," Campbell said. "That doesnt help when youre killing a lot. ... Its frustrating." NOTES: Senators D Marc Methot returned to the lineup after missing one game with the flu. ... Senators D Chris Phillips played in his 1,100th NHL game. ... Panthers D Dmitry Kulikov, a former first-round draft pick in 2009, was a healthy scratch. ... Winnipeg Jets coach Claude Noel was in attendance. The Jets play the Panthers on Thursday. Cheap NFL Jerseys . The team said they will announce a corresponding roster move prior to their series opener on Tuesday night in Kansas City. Wholesale NFL Jerseys USA . 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Tampa Bay currently holds the last of the Atlantics three automatic bids to the playoffs, but the Maple Leafs are just one point behind.New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Kentucky maintained its lofty status as the unanimous top-ranked team in mens college basketball, while the first week of conference play helped shake up the bottom of the new poll. Seton Hall, VCU, Arkansas and Old Dominion are newcomers to this weeks rankings, replacing Washington, Northern Iowa, Colorado State and Georgetown. Kentucky was off last week and will start conference play Tuesday at home against Ole Miss. The Wildcats received all 64 first-place votes to remain an undisputed choice at the top of the poll for a fifth straight week. Duke, Virginia, Wisconsin and Louisville remained unchanged from last week, while the remainder of the top 10 features Gonzaga, Arizona, Villanova, Utah and Texas. Villanova dipped two spots from sixth after suffering its first loss of the season on Saturday against Seton Hall. The second 10 consists of Maryland, Kansas, Notre Dame, West Virginia, Wichita State, Oklahoma, Iowa State, North Carolina, Seton Hall and VCU. Iowa State tumbled eight spots from ninth after a Saturday loss to South Carolina. Seton Hall not only knocked off Villanova, but also topped a ranked St. Johns squad last week to secure its spot in the rankings for the first time this year. VCU was ranked earlier this season, but fell out after late November losses to Villanova and Old Dominnion.dddddddddddd. The last five teams ranked this week are Baylor, Ohio State, Arkansas, St. Johns and Old Dominion. St. Johns had the biggest fall within the poll, plummeting nine places from 15th after losses to Seton Hall and Butler. Arkansas was also ranked earlier this season, while Old Dominion is in the poll for the first time in the programs history. The Monarchs, playing in Conference USA, have won nine straight games. Washington was 21st last week, but followed a stunning first loss of the season on Dec. 28 to Stony Brook with losses in its first two Pac-12 games at California and Stanford. Northern Iowa was 23rd and lost at Evansville on New Years Day, while Colorado State was 24th and 14-0 before a loss at New Mexico on Saturday. Georgetown, which was the lone newcomer last week at No. 25, lost its Big East opener on New Years Eve at Xavier. In addition to a pair of top-25 battles on Monday between North Carolina and Notre Dame and Texas and Oklahoma, the first week of January is filled with ranked matchups. Villanova and St. Johns will meet at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, while Kansas plays its first Big 12 game on Wednesday at Baylor. Saturdays slate features Louisville at North Carolina and Virginia at Notre Dame in the ACC, plus a Big 12 tussle between Iowa State and West Virginia in Morgantown. ' ' '