Well, that was interesting, wasn't it? Suddenly this series could get interesting, too. When the supposedly just-happy-to-be-here Ottawa Senators steal a win from a Pittsburgh Penguins team that doesn't know what hit it, Game 4 is a lot more compelling than it would have been if the Penguins had simply closed the door in the dying seconds of regulation in Game 3 of this Eastern Conference semifinal. Great teams should finish the job when they have a power play and a one-goal lead in the final minute or so of regulation time. How Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson could get so open (hello defenders? He's the guy with the flowing blond hair) to deflect that picture perfect pass from Milan Michalek is a question that surely haunted the Penguins' attempts to sleep following the double overtime loss.