Found March 14, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
The Ottawa Senators may have stolen a road point at the always-raucous Bell Centre on Wednesday night, but Paul MacLean's team - as they were on Saturday night - has to feel a bit disappointed with their second-consecutive shootout loss. Ottawa's 4-3 SOL to Buffalo on Saturday night wasn't anything to sour over, especially with the way the team played in every zone. The Senators were flying aro...

Ottawa Chapter of the PHWA Selects Alfie As the Senators' Masterton Nominee

This afternoon Bruce Garrioch announced that the Ottawa chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) had selected Daniel Alfredsson as the Senators' nominee for the NHL's Masterton Trophy. The Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication...

Erik Karlsson Appears on Hockey Central

This afternoon on the Fan 590's Hockey Central with Doug MacLean and Darren Millard, Erik Karlsson hit the airwaves to campaign for a Norris Trophy. Below is a transcript of what was said, as always my comments are in bold. To listen to the interview, you can access it by following this link.   Q: Have you heard much on this hybrid icing rule that they’ve been talking...

Senators Travel In Style

from Matt Mariani of the Ottawa Citizen, Train travel has long been a part of the past for the National Hockey League, although the modern-day Senators, decked out in fedoras, custom plaid suits, silk ties and highly polished black shoes, did their best to evoke the romance of that era Tuesday by taking the train to Montreal for Wednesday night’s game against the Canadiens. ...

Can Boston Hold Off Ottawa to Win the Northeast Division?

The Bruins haven't been playing well lately, but they've still been able to hold onto an increasingly slim lead in the Northeast Division. However, the Ottawa Senators are charging hard and playing with plenty of confidence down the stretch. At this time, the Bruins aren't in any real danger of missing the playoffs, but should Ottawa pass them for the divisional lead...

Senator Erik Karlsson's DWTS tryout with HAB David Desharnais

Ottawa's Erik Karlsson pins Montreal Canadien David Desharnais horizontally on the boards before gently placing him back on his skates. Yeah David Desharnais only weighs 177 pounds but,... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Canadiens-Senators Preview

Currently seventh in the Eastern Conference, the Ottawa Senators have held their own against most teams in the league. The Montreal Canadiens, however, have surprisingly had their number. Ottawa tries to avoid a fourth loss in five meetings with Montreal this season as the teams conclude a home-and-home set Friday night at Scotiabank Place. While most teams in the Senators'...

Senators-Canadiens Preview

The Ottawa Senators seem to have a good chance of picking up a quick four points with their next two games against the Montreal Canadiens, who are last in the Eastern Conference. The Senators, however, know better than to overlook their Northeast Division rivals. Ottawa, which has lost two of three to the Canadiens this season, tries to avoid a letdown Wednesday night when it visits...

Translating Silver Mountain

In light of his recent comments in local Gävle (home of the Brynäs hockey team) paper Arbetarbladet, the following is a topic worthy of discussion. How will Jakob Silfverberg translate? The translating friend that is the Google Machine would probably tell us it's "Yescob Silfvr Mountain", but as experienced last year with top prospect David Roundleaf, translating...
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