Brown scored the first goal of the game with 6:12 to play in the first period. He fired the puck from behind the right face off circle. The puck deflected off a Flames defenseman before sliding through Markstrom’s legs.
Dzingel scored for the second consecutive game, giving the Senators a 2-0 advantage before the intermission. He finished a 2-on-1 play, taking a pass from Chris Tierney and tapping the puck past Markstrom.
Giordano scored his third of the season, firing a shot that deflected off Senators’ forward Josh Norris before beating Murray.
The Senators restored their two-goal advantage on White’s seventh goal of the season less than four minutes later.
Gaudreau scored in the third period to pull the Flames within a goal. It was his 11th of the season. The Flames tied the game on a goal from Hanifin with over eight minutes to go in regulation. It was the second goal in two games for the Flames defenseman.
NOTES: The Flames had eight power-play chances Sunday night, but only scored once with the man advantage
Senators: Open a three-game set at Edmonton on Monday night.
Flames: Host Montreal Canadiens in the first game of a two-game series on Thursday.
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