Found January 11, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
  With the number of third period comebacks that the Senators have mounted when trailing after two periods, I thought the only people in Ottawa who fretted a deadline were the team’s beat writers. I was wrong. According to Pierre Lebrun, after having a conversation with Bryan Murray this morning, the Senators’ GM indicated that he would be willing to make additions to his team. Per ESPN: "Yes, if we continue to get wins over the next month or so, you want to give your players the best chance you can," Murray said. The overall plan hasn’t changed, this is still about long-term stability and building through youth. The Senators have more young players that will push for jobs next season, including world junior championship hero Mike Zibanejad. But, if there’s something that can help the team that won’t cost too much before Feb. 27, the Senators might jump at it. "I'd be wrong if I didn't think that some of these older guys on our team didn't dese...
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