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The 6th Sens:
The glory. The legend. The mystique. In case you haven't heard, the Chris Neil Penalty FaceTM and his raise the roof but only in front of the home crowd as not to show up his opponent post-fight celebration are both returning to an arena/television near you so check your local listings. Yes, Chris Neil is back. For the first time since November 9th, the pugilistic forward will suit up and play against the Washington Capitals tonight and the timing couldn't be more meh. Don't get me wrong, it's nice to have him back in the lineup. He's effective at what he does - blending a modest offensive game with that steady dose of grit, sandpaper, lunchpail attitude, school of hard knocks, "he's good in the room", ham-fisted, blue-collar feistiness that resonates so well with Senators fans.So why meh? In the nine games that he's been out of the lineup, the Senators have gone 5-3-1. Erik Condra, the man who has replaced Neil on the line with Zack Smith and ...
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Chris Neil is hopeful he can return to action on Saturday night, when the Senators face off against the Washington Capitals. Neil has missed nine games with a sprained ankle (Jana Chy...
Now that the Senators have formally announced that they have sent defenceman Matt Carkner to Binghamton for a conditioning stint, with his return looking imminent, the Senators now have up to two weeks to resolve the number of bodies that they will have on the blueline.
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A late goal by Milan Michalek - his sixteenth of the season - stole at least one point for the visiting Ottawa Senators, but the Washington Capitals finished the game off quickly in overtime, with Brooks Laich beating Craig Anderson for the game-winning tally. Final score: Washington 3, Ottawa 2.
The Washington Capitals were reeling...
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After giving away a game they should've won against the Dallas Stars on Thursday night, the Ottawa Senators packed their bags and immediately headed for the capital of the United States. No trip to the Verizon Center is ever easy, but with a Capitals team that's just 2-7-1 in their L10, Ottawa...
Brooks Laich scored the game winning goal just 12 seconds in to overtime, Michal Neuvirth made 32 saves, and the Washington Capitals finally won a hockey game on Saturday night, knocking off the Ottawa Senators 3-2. Nicklas Backstrom and Troy Brouwer had the other goals for the Caps, who led twice and allowed the Senators to tie twice before finally putting the game away. Erik...
OTTAWA - In conjunction with Canadian Blood Services, the Ottawa Senators announced today that the two organizations will play host to Sens Big Save! – a community-wide effort to reach a goal of 1,200 units of blood during this year’s ...
OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators’ year-long commitment to community outreach programs throughout the National Capital Region continues. The following is a look at the club’s community schedule from Friday, Dec. 2, to Thursday, Dec. 8.
Their long and winding road has nearly reached its end.
And just in time for the holiday season, the Ottawa Senators are about to get the chance to enjoy the comforts of home for an extended period.
When the Senators face off against the Cap...
Excitement! A NHL transaction involving the Ottawa Senators actually happened! The Senators announced today that the club has acquired forward Rob Klinkhammer from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a conditional seventh round draft pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.So who the **** is Rob Klinkhammer?Besides rocking a ridiculously awesome hockey name, Wikipedia reveals that...
OTTAWA -The Ottawa Senators announced today that the club has acquired forward Rob Klinkhammer from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a conditional seventh round draft pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
Klinkhammer, 25, has recorded two goa...