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OTTAWA -- As much as Canadians like to go south at this time of year, the Ottawa Senators always welcome a visit by the Florida Panthers. Kyle Turris scored twice and Craig Anderson kicked aside 31 shots for the shutout as the Senators dumped the Panthers 4-0 on Monday night at Scotiabank Place. The Senators have sent the Panthers away disappointed six times in row and also have won 10 of the last 11 meetings between the two clubs north of the border. The Senators, who are off to a 2-0 start, next take on the Panthers (1-1) Thursday in Florida. Fourth-line center Jim O’Brien and rookie winger Jakob Silfverberg had the other Senators goals. It was O'Brien's first of the season and the first of Silfverberg's career. Turris now has three in two games. Ottawa had a strong start in its home opener, outshooting the visitors 18-4 in the first period but managing only a 1-0 lead. The goal came on a power play, with Turris one-timing a tough-angle shot by Panthers goali...
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This was absolutely bizarre. When I first saw it I thought I was just seeing things, but Ottawa Senators Head Coach Paul MacLean definitely had his doppleganger in attendance at their game against Florida on Monday night.Seriously, it looks like some bizarre reflection, but it’s actually some random guy that could 100% be his clone/twin.I hope someone finds out where this guy...
Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean was so focused on the game that he may have had no idea that a lookalike fan was sitting in the front row seat right behind the Senators bench.
SportsNet cameras perfectly captured MacLean with an impersonator sitting right behind him, and viewers and broadcasters got a good chuckle out of it. However, apparently a Senators team executive...
OTTAWA (AP) -- Kyle Turris scored twice and Craig Anderson made 31 saves as the Ottawa Senators shut out the Florida Panthers 4-0 in their home opener Monday night.
Anderson, making his second straight start to open the season, picked up his 20th career shutout. Jim O'Brien and Jakob Silfverberg, with his first NHL goal, also scored for the Senators.
Jose Theodore was strong...
Sometimes a photo speaks more than words and this post contains an image from last night's Florida Panthers/Ottawa Senators that needs to be seen to be believed.
The image shows Ottawa Senators head coach Paul McLean and his possible twin sitting behind him at the Scotiabank Center:
Add an assist on the #Sens fourth goal to Erik Karlsson. He finishes game with 1 goal, 2 assists. #Sensareback
— Ottawa Senators (@NHL_Sens) January 19, 2013
To the video...
I'm not sure if this should be placed in group D, or if this qualifies as a new group entirely - play where Karlsson doesn't touch the puck.
Great scorers they got working there at MTS.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Sports Writer Alex Kovalev's first NHL appearance came before Jonathan Huberdeau was born. For that matter, it even predates the first game in Florida Panthers' history.
He's a tad experienced, to put it mildly.
At 39, with his name already etched on the Stanley Cup and with 429 goals - and counting - to his credit, there isn...
From Belly'sGo Sens Go to the more recent Peter Joynt CapCity track, the Ottawa Senators have become a popular source of material for local musicians and artists. With the conclusion of the lockout, it was only a matter of time before we could add another song to the stable of Senators inspired songs.
Reader Ken A. sent us an email alerting us to a new Sens-themed sing...
"And the fact I am criticized … There are different journalists. My opinion of Ottawa journalists is that they don 't watch hockey at all. When they fly with the team and go through the [metal detector] at an airport, their bags are filled with beer. You realize right away what these people do when they write about the NHL." ~ Alexei Kovalev, scapegoat – August...
The kids were all right during the first weekend of the NHL season. Rookie forwards made their mark as teams got back to work.Here are some young gunners who could do some real damage this season:Jonathan Huberdeau, C, Florida Panthers: He scored twice in the season opener, setting aside doubts about his ability to function as a 19-year-old in a big boy league. Huberneau toyed with...
The Tampa Bay Lightning acquired forward Jean-Francois Jacques from the Florida Panthers for future considerations, the Lightning announced Monday. Jacques, 27, scored five goals, and two assists and 37 penalty minutes in 24 games this season with the San Antonio Rampage of the American Hockey League. The left winger tied for first on the Rampage with three power play goals. ...
Game time: 7:30 p.m. ET
TV: FOX Sports Florida
The Florida Panthers and Ottawa Senators made noteworthy turnarounds last season and enter this campaign looking for more following first-round playoff defeats.
Each team opened this season with a victory but the Senators might have a better chance at another one Monday night, judging by their recent home dominance of the Panthers...
Game time: Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
TV: FOX Sports Florida
The Ottawa Senators' hopes of building on their surprising success from last season likely hinge on the scoring depth that develops beyond their first line.
While it's only two games into the season, Kyle Turris appears ready to be a key player in those plans.
Turris tries to build on his two-goal effort and help...