In a prelude to the Stanley Cup Finals between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins, former Ottawa Senators forward and former 6th Sens Podcast guest Kaspars Daugavins made an appearance on Boston sports radio's Gresh & Zo program.
He hits on a number of B-Sens related points, including how his infamous roll call started and how he got the nickname 'the Rooster'. While it's definitely worth the listen, Daugavins' contrasting the differences between the dressing rooms of the Senators and Bruins is something that has the potential turn some heads in Ottawa.
"Well, the first thing probably was that the guys are really serious. There is a lot on the line on this team; they want to win. I saw that right away when I came in. I knew these guys are in for a job and were more serious than Ottawa maybe. I know these guys can win. They work hard in practice. The work hard after practice in June. I knew this would be a good team to play for."