Ottawa’s Marc Methot knocks the puck off the stick of Bruin forward Milan Lucic Friday night.	AP PHOTOSun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our
Ottawa's Marc Methot knocks the puck off the stick of Bruin forward Milan Lucic Friday night. AP PHOTO

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OTTAWA (AP) -- Jason Spezza, Jared Cowen and Bobby Ryan scored third-period goals and the Ottawa Senators earned a 4-2 comeback victory over the Boston Bruins on Friday night.

With the victory, the Senators ended the Bruins' 11-game winning streak in Ottawa.

Chris Neil also scored for the Senators (8-7-4), who were coming off a 5-0 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers. Craig Anderson was solid in stopping 30 shots.

Loui Eriksson and Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins (12-6-1), as Tuukka Rask faced 31 shots.

After a rough start, the Senators turned the game around with a solid third-period effort that was led by their captain.

Spezza tied the game 2-2 at 1:32 of the third, scoring from the side of the net off a pass from Erik Karlsson at the point. It was Spezza's first goal in five games.

The goal seemed to energize the Senators. Anderson then made a great save on Carl Soderberg. Soderberg had a second chance and kept shoving at the puck until it crossed the line, but upon review it was clear the whistle had blown.

The Senators took their first lead of the game at 5:42 on Cowen's third of the season. Ryan's goal at 10:11 sealed the victory.