Well, Craig Anderson lasted all of 11 minutes, 41 seconds Thursday as he got a taste of what Connor McDavid and the all-of-a-sudden red-hot Edmonton Oilers are capable of.
The Ottawa Senators netminder allowed three goals on 10 shots as his team fell behind 3-0 early at home.
Mark Fayne opened the scoring with a shot from the point and then the McDavid show began. Just 41 seconds after the opening goal, McDavid earned an assist on a nifty Jordan Eberle marker.
Several shifts later, on an Oilers power play, McDavid set Eberle up for his second of the period.
Heading into Thursday, Anderson was 20-16-4 with a 2.89 goals-against average and .913 save percentage.