Senators stun the Penguins with second overtime winner.
The Ottawa Senators pulled themselves back into their NHL Playoff series with the Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday night with a thrilling second overtime win on front of their own fans.
Colin Greening slotted home the winner after a tough physical game in which never side dominated for large periods of time.
The Penguins took the lead in the second period through a Tyler Kennedy goal, however the Senators left it until the final minute of the third period to score the equalising goal for the battling Senators side.
The win pulls Ottawa right back into the series, with game four set for Tuesday night, this could be a huge momentum swing for the Canadian side.