Found May 24, 2013 on The Pensblog:
Oh hey look Alfie said he his statements about "probably not coming coming back," were taken out of context. [ NESN ] Alfredsson did say, however, that he wasn’t ready to give up on the team. He reiterated that Thursday, just a few hours after making the postgame comments. “There’s no denying we’re in tough,” Alfredsson said, according to’s Arpon Basu via Twitter. “Was it taken out of context? Probably, but that’s fine. I can handle that.” this video around the 1:01 minute mark. Check out the reporters face on the far left:   In GIF form: There is nothing better than a shocked canadian reporter. Great leadership by Alfie. Idiot.        

Daniel Alfredsson Says ‘Probably Not’ Comments Taken Out of Context Somewhat

Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn’t giving up hope just yet, but he certainly knows it won’t be tough for his team to come back in their series with the Penguins. Alfredsson made news following Game 4 on Wednesday night when he replied with “probably not” after being asked whether or not he thought the Senators could come back and win after being down 3-1 with a 7-3...

Daniel Alfredsson: Senators ‘probably’ can’t come back against Penguins

Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is one of the most well-respected veterans in the NHL. The 40-year-old has more than 400 goals and 1,000 points in his 16-year career. When Alfredsson talks, people listen. That’s what makes his most recent comments such a major concern for Senators fans. Ottawa dug itself into a 3-1 hole against the Pittsburgh Penguins with an embarrassing...

Daniel Alfredsson Says Senators Will ‘Probably Not’ Come Back to Beat Penguins

The Ottawa Senators had the opportunity to pull even with the top-seeded Penguins on Wednesday, but they were instead handed a demoralizing 7-3 loss on their home ice. The rout gave Pittsburgh a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinals, raising the question of whether or not the Sens have a chance to come back against a high-flying Penguins squad led by the NHL’s...

Daniel Alfredsson's post-game comments decidedly inappropriate

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Daniel Alfredsson loses skate blade, hops on one leg to bench

Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson was forechecking in the Pittsburgh Penguins zone when he collided with defenseman Mark Eaton and his foot slammed into the boards.  The force caused the steel of his skate to pop out and resulted in some comical video of Alfredsson falling on the ice and then hopping to the bench.  Alfredsson had no clue the steel had popped out of his...

Daniel Alfredsson’s Post-Game Comments Are Getting Blown Way Out Of Proportion

I really hope Daniel “Probably Not” Alfredsson wins the Mark Messier Leadership award so we can all laugh at that dumb award. — Bower Power (@So_Truculent) May 23, 2013   The Pittsburgh Penguins are a solid hockey team. They became even more solid when they stopped playing the sieve known as Marc-Andre Fleury after an abysmal first round against the New York Islanders. The...

The Sound Of Inevitability by @LCJS

Do you know what that sound is, Mr. Alfredsson? That is the sound of inevitability.Daniel Alfredsson had seemingly given up.When asked if the Senators had a chance to win three straight games versus this Penguins team, Alfie responded,“Probably not.” While this refreshingly brutal honesty may come as a surprise, it’s not really that surprising. The question had been asked...

Daniel Alfredsson is either playing mind games or he just basically gave up

So top ten things you don't want to hear from your captain after a tough loss? This is all ten:   Alfie when asked if they can come back. "Probably not. They have too much depth." #Sens — Erin Nicks (@erinnicks) May 23, 2013   Yikes.

Daniel Alfredsson loses a skate blade during Game 4 versus Pittsburgh (VIDEO)

YouTube You hear of hockey players losing “an edge” all the time.  Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson lost both edges Wednesday night in Ottawa as his skate blade fell off during Game 4 against the Penguins. Alfredsson hit Pittsburgh’s Mark Eaton behind the net when the heel of his skate got wedged between the ice and the boards.  The blade was knocked right out of his skate...

Senators-Penguins Preview

Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn't quite ready for the traditional season-ending handshake. Yet he knows if the Senators can't find a way to slow down slow down the Pittsburgh Penguins, it's coming soon. The Penguins grabbed a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinals with a 7-3 rout on Wednesday night, leading Alfredsson to offer Ottawa...

Penguins Playoffs: Senators Wounded Animal, or Lame Duck?

Following the Pittsburgh Penguins convincing win over Ottawa Senators in game 4, the Senators looked defeated. Daniel Alfredsson’s comments aside, the overall demeanor and body language spoke of a team ready to wave the white flag. My question to you is can the Sens come back against the Penguins, or have they already given up? [...]

Penguins Advance To Eastern Conference Finals

With a 6-2 win over the Ottawa Senators, the Pittsburgh Penguins move on to the Eastern Conference Finals.  The Senators had a tough time finding any momentum and now many will ask if Daniel Alfredsson has played his last NHL game. 

Sens Implode But The Focus Is Only On Alfie

A 7-3 loss at home, and most of the attention over the next 24 to 48 hours will focus on the post-game reactions from captain Daniel Alfredsson and head coach Paul MacLean. For those who don’t feel inclined to watch the video, Alfredsson was asked by a reporter whether the Senators could come back from a three games to one series deficit. “Probably not. With their...

Coach’s Corner Last Night Plus Senators/Penguins

After the 1st period of last night's Pens/Sens game, Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed the Morrow goal, how to defend 2-on-1 breaks, Daniel Alfredsson, what the Blackhawks need to start doing and a few other topics.     Also, if you missed the end of the game last night, watch below the last minute of play, the handshakes and a Crosby interview. Continue reading...

SERIES RECAP: ROUND 2. A bump along the way.

Ottawa's claim to fame coming into this series was that they were pesky. So are mosquitoes. The only difference between the two is one was willing to get blood.  All series, the Sens just didn't seem like a team willing to sacrifice to get anything. Their downfall was how badly outmatched they were against the Penguins.   A team will usually heap praise on their...
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