Ottawa Senators head coach Guy Boucher confirmed that goaltender Mike Condon will get the start tonight to face the Florida Panthers, and that forwards Filip Chlapik and Christopher DiDomenico will both play.
Condon, 27, started 107 games in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Senators, posting a record of 42-42-16 with a 2.67 goal-against average and a .907 save percentage. Ottawa claimed him off waivers from Pittsburgh last season, after the Penguins have claimed him off waivers from the Canadiens. So far this season, the Holliston, Massachusetts native has a record of 2-3-4 with a 3.27 goal-against average and a .900 save percentage.
Chlapik, 20, was drafted 48th overall by the Senators in 2015. He played one game with Ottawa so far this season, registering one point. In 27 games played in the AHL, he scored six goals and added nine assists for 15 points.
DiDomenico, 28, was drafted 164th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2007. The Senators signed him as a free agent this summer, and reclaimed him off waivers from the Tampa Bay Lightning on December 2nd, after the Lightning claimed him on November 24th. He played 12 games with the Sens this season, registering six points.