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Acrobatic toe-save by Clemmenssen as the Florida Panthers defeated the Ottawa Senators 2-1. The Senators had a 41-17 advantage in shots for the game.
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from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun,
People were stunned that the Senators would use a first-round pick to draft a 150-lb. defenceman from Sweden in the first place, never mind that, two years later and only a few meatballs heavier, the same kid would score 45 points in his rookie NHL season.
Nobody dreamed that, the very next October, at the tender age of 21, he would begin...
LOVE: There's an old saying in sports about speed being the great equalizer. In an otherwise sloppy game last night in Buffalo, I thought the trio of Mika Zibanejad, Jakob Silfverberg, and Cory Conacher had a strong night. The "Calder Line" was on ice for both goals, creating scoring opportunities for both Marc Methot and Eric Gryba. The Methot goal was particularly...
Ottawa coach Paul MacLean called this meeting with the Florida Panthers a "must win."
His team doesn't usually have much trouble winning against them anyway.
The Senators look to continue their dominance of the last-place Panthers in order to avoid matching their longest losing streak of the season.
Ottawa (19-12-6) has lost three in a row in regulation for the first...
Boarding is a very simple call to make in the NHL. It is also one of the easiest penalties to avoid, along with one of the more dangerous. When the Florida Panthers’ Erik Gudbranson checked newly acquired Washington Capital Martin Erat between the numbers last night, you can only ask yourself “why?”
I understand players are playing hard and not always thinking straight, but...
Cory Conacher is excited to face his former team so quickly after being dealt - especially with his new club desperately needing a victory.
Conacher and the Ottawa Senators continue their seven-game road trip Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning trying to avoid a season-worst fifth consecutive defeat.
Dealing with injuries that have deprived the Senators of their top offensive...
Dmitry Kulikov scored a power-play goal 10:46 into the third period to lift the Florida Panthers to a 2-1 victory over Ottawa on Sunday night that sent the Senators to their fourth straight loss.
Kulikov's wrist shot from top of the left circle beat Craig Anderson at 10:26 with Sergei Gonchar serving a holding penalty.
Scott Clemmensen had 40 saves and Marcel Goc also scored...
Now’s not the time to pani…. OH MY GOD THE SENATORS HAVE LOST FOUR GAMES IN A ROW!!!!
Of course the ensuing outpouring of sensationalistic drivel that flows naturally in any hockey mad city. Sports radio exploits it and in many cases, encourages it. blogs, forums, and Twitter thrive on the discussion and dialogue.
Everyone either wants to know what’s wrong with the...
Gudbranson received a five minute major for boarding, a ten and game misconduct.
Erat was questionable for a return.
First the Washington broadcast and below watch the Florida broadcast...
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A daunting seven-game road-trip late in the Ottawa Senators schedule was expected to provide a challenge of sorts for Paul MacLean's team.
So far, it's been all bad.
Ottawa's latest debacle came down in Florida, losing to an undermanned Panthers team playing on the second-half of a back-to-back. Back-up goaltender Scott...