The Ottawa Senators made Marcus Hogberg's first NHL win one to keep in mind.

Hogberg made 33 saves to match Anthony Duclair's power-play overtime winner to offer the Senators a 5-4 success over the Nashville Predators Thursday night.

The Senators (15-18-3) jumped out to a 4-1 lead on goals by Colin White, Vladimir Namestnikov, Artem Anisimov and Brady Tkachuk, but permitted the Predators to score three unanswered objectives in the third to connect the game.

Craig Smith, Rocco Grimaldi, Ryan Johansen and Roman Josi scored for the Predators (16-12-6) and Juuse Saros made 19 conserves.

"With 2 two-goal leads they were able to come back, however certainly we wished to win that a person for [Hogberg]," said Jean-Gabriel Pageau. "He's been solid every time he's turned up here. He's worked hard each time and finally he got his first win."

SEE "I stated to myself to simply be client and try to play my video game and focus on the next save," stated Hogberg. "The only thing I desired stats-wise was 82 video games. Nashville scored a power-play goal midway through the third to make it a one-goal video game, with Johansen tipping house a pass from Ellis. The Predators scored the video game's very first objective on a Smith backhand midway through the very first duration. Notes: Mark Borowiecki set a brand-new profession high for points (12) with a help on White's goal.