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Craig Anderson was not in the lineup for the Senators on Saturday night against the Bruins, reportedly because he hurt himself while making dinner. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette has learned not to be too surprised whenever an athlete ends up injuring himself in a unique or bizarre way. After all, haven't there been enough of them that we should learn not to be fazed by them any more? Our Twitter followers chimed in with their most memorable injuries from over the years. Check them out in the video above. Join NESN Nation: In-game home page | Twitter | Facebook
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Chris Neil is no stranger to delivering big hits, but his collision with Johnny Boychuk in Ottawa on Saturday night was downright brutal. Neil's hit appears to be clean, but the veteran tough guy absolutely unloaded on the Bruins defenseman. The play was about as hard an impact as you'll see, and both players were shaken up as a result of it. It was the first of two big hits...
Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson will be sidelined indefinitely with a hand injury.
Anderson was hurt in a mishap at his home and treated at an area hospital.
He has a 29-19-6 record and 2.85 goals-against average to put Ottawa in the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference entering play Thursday.
The 30-year-old Anderson has been on a roll, winning his last four starts...
It's official. Doug Armstrong has made his first deadline season move.
Prospect netminder Ben Bishop has been traded to the Ottawa Senators for a 2nd round draft pick in the 2013 draft.
To complete the deal reports suggested Ottawa sought permission to speak to Bishop regarding a contract extension. Clearly to ensure they could retain him because if he fails to appear...
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Led by a twenty-one year old blue liner and twenty year old goalie, the Ottawa Senators took care of business against the visiting New York Islanders on Sunday afternoon, beating their Eastern Conference foe by a final score of 5-2.
As per the usual with this team, the big guns showed up and delivered in an even bigger way...
Ben Bishop went to the Ottawa Senators, who signed him to a one year, on-way contract, ending any speculation that Bishop would become a Group VI UFA on July 1 this year. The 6ft 7 Bishop spent most of the season with the Peoria Rivermen of the AHL, after losing out a starting role with the St Louis Blues.
This settles the Blues immediate goaltending future, and give Ottawa a...
Kyle Turris' phone should be blowing up with a call from Brendan Shanahan very soon. That's because the Senators center delivered a very questionable hit during the Bruins' 5-3 win in Ottawa on Saturday night. Turris lined up Joe Corvo before leaving his feet to deliver a blow to the Boston defenseman. The play briefly shook up Corvo, led to a two-minute boarding call...
The Ottawa Senators moved quickly to add insurance with their top goalie out of the lineup.
Robin Lehner, making his first start since being recalled from the minor to replace the injured Craig Anderson, made 28 saves as the Ottawa Senators beat the New York Islanders 3-2 on Sunday.
OTTAWA - Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced today the club has acquired goaltender Ben Bishop from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Ottawa’s second-round draft pick in the 2013 National Hockey League Entry Draft.
OTTAWA (AP) Robin Lehner, making his first start since being recalled from the minor to replace the injured Craig Anderson,
made 28 saves as the Ottawa Senators beat the New York Islanders 5-2 on Sunday.
Just about 10 days ago, the Lightning hit what was thought to be a tipping point in their season following a shutout loss to the Ottawa Senators.
The struggling Boston Bruins will try to create some breathing room atop the Northeast Division when they visit the streaking Ottawa Senators tonight at Scotiabank Place.