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The 6th Sens:
Just as I was getting to ready to use some digital ink commenting on how Craig Anderson needs to keep up his recent play for the Senators to have any sustained success, he then let Dennis Seidenberg’s shot in from center ice. I think it’s in everyone’s best interests if I move on to something else.
B: Bibi’s 50-percent
At the conclusion of this weekend’s All-Star Game, Elliotte Friedman asked Daniel Alfredsson whether he would be open to returning for one more season. The captain’s response was, "Fifty percent yes, and my wife's going to have to decide the other 50."
Just say ‘ja’ Bibi. Just say ‘ja’.
C: Cue the Naysayers
For the first time this season, the Senators have now lost four consecutive games in regulation. Cue the insufferable open-mouth breathers who will chime in and say that the Senators are finally showing their true colours.
D: Discipline Or Lack Thereof…
With 211 instances of being shorthanded, the Ottawa Senators lead the N
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The big news from yesterday’s practice in Boston pertained to the health of two of Ottawa’s centers. After lengthy period of time in which there were very few and relevant updates on the Peter Regin, the Senators organization revealed that the Danish center underwent a successful surgical procedure on his left shoulder that will keep him out of action for the next four to six...
from Ian Mendes of Sportsnet, It has taken nearly a decade, but the Ottawa Senators have finally found the right coach for their star centre. But that’s not to say that the relationship between Spezza and MacLean is always rosy. In fact, both of them told me that they have passionate - and sometimes heated - debates about how the game should be played behind closed doors.
In his latest blog that has been posted over on TSN's website, former NHL referee Kerry Fraser responded to the concerns of the tinfoil hat wearing Senators fans who, for whatever reason, believed that a former league official would assure them that the fix was in. That in this case, two professional referees – Tim Peel and Dan O’Rourke – conspired and willingly ignored...
from Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen at Canada.com, The history between (Paul) MacLean and (Dan) O’Rourke goes back to Jan. 21, when the Senators lost 2-1 to the Anaheim Ducks. Immediately after that game, MacLean said O’Rourke told him that defenceman Erik Karlsson was “a diver,” which was the reason he didn’t call a penalty when Karlsson was knocked to the ice by Anaheim’s...
Did you think the All-Star game was fun, but probably could have used a little bit more... fighting? Well, you may be right. And you may be getting your wish on Tuesday with teams led by Zdeno Chara and Daniel Alfredsson doing battle once again. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette is noticing a couple of similarities and differences between this game and the last time the two captains...
Hey everyone, meaningful hockey is back! I'm so damn happy. Finally all the All-Star Game ******** is behind us. Skills competitions, fantastic bro hugs and the uselessness of the actual game itself are all a thing of the past. Now we can finally focused on the second half of the season and what the Bruins need to do to gear up for the playoffs. The first thing on that list...
While the Ottawa Senators are coming closer to falling out of playoff position, the New York Islanders are making a push to get into it.
Ottawa looks to avoid matching its longest losing streak of the season Friday night as it tries to prevent the visiting Islanders from continuing their recent surge.
The Senators have lost four straight - all in regulation - after going 13-2-2...
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The Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins engaged in another wild hockey game at TD Garden on Tuesday night, but lost in the 4-3 regulation victory for the hometown team was another questionable officiating performance, one that finally sent head coach Paul MacLean over the top.
Ottawa's bench boss has remained virtually...
When the Ottawa Senators find themselves a goaltender on whom they can rely, they're going to be a tough team beat.
Actually, they were pretty tough to beat tonight and, if not for ridiculously bad goal given up by Craig Anderson to Dennis ...
At long last, their long and winding road has reached the front doors of Scotiabank Place.
Now it's up to the Ottawa Senators to make the most of their longest homestand of the season. Good timing for that, too, given that they're carrying a fo...
Captain Daniel Alfredsson believes a strong start tonight will be imperative if the Senators are to knock off the defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins in their matchup tonight at TD ...
Check out this crazy goal by Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg as he takes a slap shot on net from center ice and beats Ottawa Senators' goalie Craig Anderson. If you're the goaltending coach from the Senators you can't be happy with this effort by Anderson. That was the game winning goal as well.
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