OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators said they needed four points this weekend to make a serious playoff push. Cheap Air Max 2018 . After an overtime loss Saturday in Montreal and a 3-1 defeat on home ice to the Colorado Avalanche, the Senators walked away from their weekend games with just one point. "It was a big weekend for us and we lose both games," said Senators captain Jason Spezza. "We played good but its a different way to lose every night and results are the only thing that matter right now. "We didnt turn the puck over much, we created a lot but again. It just wasnt enough to win the game and its unacceptable." Andre Benoit, Nick Holden and John Mitchell scored for the Avalanche (44-19-5) while Matt Duchene had two assists as Colorado picked its third win in four games, and seventh in its past nine. Semyon Varlamov made 38 saves. The Colorado goalie was just six seconds away from his second shutout of the season and 13th in his career until Mika Zibanejad scored at 19:54. Robin Lehner made 19 saves in his second straight start for the Senators (28-26-13) since Craig Anderson was injured last week in a loss to the Nashville Predators. "Response to the game (Saturday) was positive," said Senators coach Paul MacLean. "A lot of the statistical things were positive, but at the end of the day its the score that matters and we gave up three goals and only scored one. "We created opportunities to score but I dont think we got to their net as hard as we could have and we missed the net a number of times." Nursing a 1-0 lead heading into the third period, the Avalanche were awarded their first and only power play of the game when Ottawa forward Chris Neil closed his hand on the puck and was called for delay of game. Duchene took a shot during the man advantage that Lehner stopped but the rebound went right to Holden, who was alone at the side of the net and scored at 3:10. "The power play was sharp again, we had only one opportunity but scored a very important goal for us," Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said before praising the play of his goaltender. "He was very solid and he made some very key saves. I thought we had too many turnovers in that second period. Our goalie was without a doubt the first star of the game." The Senators pressed throughout the period, but the game was virtually over when Mitchell beat Lehner from in tight with less than three minutes to go in the game. Following a scoreless opening period, Ottawa held a heavy edge in play over the second 20 minutes. Ottawa outshot the Avalanche 20-8 in the second period but it was former Senator Andre Benoit that scored the periods only goal and gave Colorado a 1-0 lead in the process. The Avalanche broke out three-on-one late in the period and after receiving a drop pass from Patrick Bordeleau, Benoit moved into the slot and put a shot over the shoulder of Lehner. "Its always fun to score against an old team and I had lots of family and friends here. Hopefully they keep going in," said Benoit, who is from St. Albert, about 30 minutes from Ottawa. "It was a big game and we were able to get a win. We have to keep this going now." Benoit was a fan favourite in Ottawa despite playing just 41 games for the Senators over two seasons. He has played in 66 of Colorados 68 games this season and has nine goals in 107 career games. Four of those have come in his last nine games. Notes: Matt Kassian, Patrick Wiercioch and Craig Anderson were scratches Sunday for the Senators. Scratches for the Avalanche were P.A. Parenteau, Paul Stastny, Paul Carey, Ryan Wilson and Reto BerraaSenators defenceman Erik Karlsson played his 300th NHL game on Sunday. Forward Kyle Turris played in his 300th game Saturday in the Senators loss to MontrealaThe last time the Avalanche recorded 44 wins in a season was back in 2007-08aThe Avalanche are the only team in the NHL to sore at least one goal in every game this season. Air Max 2018 . Cincinnati has lost back-to-back games in overtime, wasting a chance to take a commanding lead in their division. Cheap Air Max 2018 China . -- Nelson Cruz has only two hits in 15 at-bats against the Kansas City Royals this season. http://www.cheapairmaxonlinesale.com/ ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. - Jean-Christophe Beaudin had a goal and two assists and the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies scored four times in the second period en route to a 5-1 rout of the Saint John Sea Dogs on Friday night in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play.Jeremy Lauzon, Mathieu Lemay, Mathieu Boucher and Francis Perron supplied the rest of the offence for the Huskies (16-15-2). The win snapped a two-game losing skid for Rouyn-Noranda.Samuel Dove-McFalls scored his 11th of the season shorthanded for Saint John (20-7-5), which lost in regulation for the first time in seven games.Alexandre Belanger made 30 saves for the Huskies in the win while Alex Bishop stopped 23 shots for the Sea Dogs.Rouyn-Noranda scored three times on eight power-play chances while Saint John went 0 for 7 with the man advantage.Mathieu Joseph of the Sea Dogs received a checking to the head major penalty at 18:37 of the second period.---WILDCATS 3 SCREAMING EAGLES 2SYDNEY, N.S. — Kyle Tibbo scored the deciding goal at 15:07 of the third period as Moncton edged the Screaming Eagles.Taylor Burke and Dominic Talbot-Tassi also found the back of the net for the Wildcats (20-10-2), who won for the fifth time in six gamees. Orange Air Max 2018. 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It was the Olympiques fifth straight loss.---DRAKKAR 5 ISLANDERS 0BAIE-COMEAU, Que. — Philippe Cadorette turned aside all 26 shots he faced as the Drakkar blanked Charlottetown.Bokondji Imama, Antoine Pouliot, Luca Ciampini, Frederic Gamelin and Maxime St-Cyr found the back of the net for Baie-Comeau (19-10-4).Daryl MacCallum started in net for the Islanders (15-17-2), making 20 saves. ' ' '