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The 6th Sens:
Besides a one-way ticket to North America, the only other thing that Senators prospect Jakob Silfverberg will buying soon is a bigger cabinet to house his Swedish Elite League (SEL) hardware. After being recognized as the SEL's most valuable player and youngest since Peter Forsberg, you can now add SEL playoff MVP and champion to his resume. It's quite the list of accomplishments and it makes his decision to ignore the best efforts of the Murray management team to convince him to remain in Ottawa and return to the SEL for one more season the right one.
Dating back to the organization’s development camp last June, it’s been quite the wooing process. When asked at the time what he could say to change Silfverberg’s mind about returning to Sweden, general manager Bryan Murray simply said, “I’m just going to tell him I think he’s ready.”
Well, now that he’s finally ready, the question becomes: when is he going to play? Since winning their SEL championship last night...
BEST OF MAXIM
If today's morning skate is any indication, Senators fans will probably get a chance to watch uber prospect Mark Stone to play in his first National Hockey League game tonight. Since the 1987-88 season, only 40 teenagers have played in the postseason. Should Stone play, he will be the first teeanage player to make his NHL debut in the playoffs since Jarome Iginla did it back...
Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson skated Saturday and is making "progress," according to team head coach Paul MacLean.
Alfredsson has been sidelined for the past two games of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the New York Rangers due to a mild concussion. He did not accompany his team to New York for Saturday's Game 5.
Rangers rookie Carl Hagelin...
No matter how the rest of the Ottawa Senators series plays out vs. the New York Rangers the time is right for the hockey world to both recognize and thank the Senators for what has been one of their most amazing seasons.Let’s begin with the most telling statement of what was expected from the Ottawa Senators by hockey experts in their 2011-2012 pre-season rankings: “Ottawa has...
With their injured captain out and the team down two goals less than six minutes into Game 4, the Ottawa Senators looked to be in serious danger of falling behind 3-games-to-1 while on the verge of being a first-round casualty vs. the top-seeded New York Rangers.A few hours later, that all changed.Kyle Turris’ game-winner 2:42 into overtime completed the improbable comeback on...
Kyle Turris scored at 2:42 of overtime to give the Ottawa Senators a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night, tying the Eastern Conference series at two games apiece.
Milan Michalek and Sergei Gonchar scored in the second period for the Senators to erase a 2-0 deficit, and Craig Anderson stopped 31 shots.
Anton Stralman and Ryan Callahan had power-plays goals early...
Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson did not accompany his team to New York for Saturday's Game 5 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series verus the Rangers.
Alfredsson, who has missed the last two contests with a mild concussion, did not participate in practice on Friday.
Rangers rookie Carl Hagelin will serve the final contest of his three-game suspension after...
Kyle Turris scored 2:42 into overtime as the Ottawa Senators beat the visiting New York Rangers 3-2 to level their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at two games apiece.
Turris accepted a drop pass from rookie Jim O'Brien and wristed a shot from the left faceoff circle which beat Henrik Lundqvist under the crossbar for the Senators' first home playoff victory since...
Former Wisconsin Badger (2007-08) forward Kyle Turris scored the game winning goal 2:42 into the first overtime to give the Ottawa Senators a 3-2 victory against the New York Rangers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Turris has been pretty good during the series against the Rangers and he has (1g-2a-3pts).
During the second period last night, Marc Staal nailed Jason Spezza with an unpenalized high hit that forced the Senators center to leave the game for a short while...
To watch on YouTube, click here.Here's Staal on the hit (via ESPN NY)..."My read was that he had the puck pulled to the outside. I kind of bit on it and he pulls right back into me and his head...
Kyle Turris scored in OT to give the Senators a 3-2 victory over the Rangers.
The series is now tied 2-2.
Watch the Turris goal with Bob Cole making the call…
That is exactly what the first round Stanley Cup Playoff series is between the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators after last night’s 3-2 overtime victory for the Senators.
The Rangers let an early 2-0 lead slip away as well as a 2-1 series lead and now, they will head back to Madison Square Garden for Game 5 tied up thanks to Senators’ forward Kyle Turris, who scored the game...