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Ottawa Senators winger Chris Neil recorded two shots on goal against the Bruins on Thursday night, but perhaps what is more surprising is the fact that he was able to stay out of the penalty box.
After all, Neil is the NHL’s active leader in penalty minutes with 1,929 to his name over the course of an 11-year NHL career.
The 6-foot-1, 285-pound enforcer’s 68 PIMs so far puts his fourth in the NHL this year, but his longevity and toughness puts him 59th all-time in total time spent in the sin bin.
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The Ottawa Senators have seen plenty of their players go down to injury this season, but they’ve just kept trucking along.
The latest stop for the Sens was Boston on Thursday night, where they made things pretty difficult for the Bruins. With no Erik Karlsson or Craig Anderson in tow, the Senators are still embracing their role as the gritty underdog — and using social media...
Let’s face it, most NHL teams would have a tough time surviving the loss of their No. 1 goalie. However, despite an ankle injury for Craig Anderson capping what’s been a season filled with visits to the infirmary for the Ottawa Senators, the team is thriving.
The latest hero for the Sens has been backup netminder Ben Bishop, but he’s just the latest player to step in and fill...
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Oh how time flies.
It was just a couple days more than exactly five years ago that David Krejci broke onto the scene. The now-26-year-old forward scored his first-career goal against the team that, coincidentally enough, the Bruins were playing Thursday night — the Ottawa Senators.
Relive the goal in Thursday’s edition of the Captain Morgan Legendary Moment.
The Bruins are back home, but they shouldn’t expect much of a welcome party from the Ottawa Senators.
After wrapping up their longest road trip of the season, the B’s now have to deal with a red-hot team in the Senators that has won five games in a row and keeps rolling without its biggest stars. While it’s nice to be back at home, it’s never easy playing a divisional rival...
Man, the Ottawa Senators are the best at impersonating The Walking Dead. Outside of Anze Kopitar's lovely zombie-like exterior, the Senators are in the running for "Oft Injured NHL Team" this season. It's surprising, given how many people they have on the IR right now, that they're playing as well as they are. Since the Erik Karlsson injury at the hands of Matt...
Game: Ottawa Senators (12-6-3) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (10-11-1) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) Time: 12:00PM TV: NHL Network, Comcast SportsNet Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic Previous Game: On Wednesday, the Flyers defeated the struggling Washington Capitals in front of the hometown fans. Claude Giroux started the scoring early in the game, and Simon Gagne commenced...
Down go the Senators
If you needed one word to sum up tonight's overtime win that would be it. The Bruins and Senators put on a nerve racking show for the fans tonight as both teams tried to continue their win streaks and climb up the Eastern Conference.
Nathan Horton would add his seventh of the year, Patrice Bergeron would close the coffin in overtime and Tuukka...