All is good within the Senators family — including the relationship between the coach and his best offensive player.

Paul MacLean had Jason Spezza stapled to the bench for part of the third period with Ottawa trying to come from behind against the Rangers Monday and, while it wasn't the first time the two haven't seen eye-to-eye, the disagreement was magnified by the situation.

"He felt the power play wasn't going good, and it's his prerogative to put who he wants on the ice," Spezza, who met with MacLean Tuesday, said afterwards. "He's just trying to make a change. We're all trying to figure out how to win."

Spezza added that he has no "issue" whatsoever with the coach.