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The 6th Sens:
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This morning on Twitter, Brian Costello from The Hockey News (@bcostellothn) pimped the upcoming 2012 issue of their much ballyhooed Future Watch.Â
The premise of Future Watch is simple: the staff at THN ranks the 75 best prospects who are under the age of 21 and have already been drafted by a NHL team. It also gives a letter grade to each NHL organization on the strength of their system.
Per Costello's tweets:Â
As an organization, only the Edmonton Oilers received a higher letter grade (A+), despite the fact that they only have one prospect on the 75 player list. With their A- grade, the Senators tied the Panthers, Avalanche and Ducks but with five players on the list, they also have more quantity than any of these respective teams. For what it's worth, Minnesota led the league with six prospects but for whatever reason, the Wild only received a B+ grade.
Now by no means is this list some authoritative guide nor d...
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This afternoon the Ottawa Senators announced that they had returned Robin Lehner to their AHL affiliate in Binghamton and recalled Ben Bishop to take his place. Despite last night's unimpressive totals and a modest 2-2-0 record, Lehner has posted some brilliant peripheral numbers in his four game stint -- a 2.01 GAA, a .938 save percentage and a shutout of the defending Stanley...
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After an impressive stretch in which they were playing well both offensively and defensively, the Ottawa Senators are in a bit of a rut.
A matchup with the Tampa Bay Lightning may help them get back on track.
Ottawa looks to sweep the season series from the Lightning...
All-Star Milan Michalek netted a natural hat trick and added an assist as the Ottawa Senators skated to a 7-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday.
Michalek scored two empty net goals late in the game for his second career hat trick and help the Senators snap a two-game slide.
Lightning goaltender Mathieu Garon was injured while making a save early in the first period...
This past Friday the Ottawa Senators organization reached out to this blog to âacknowledge the online/blogging communityâs work and development in social media.â
In an email, an Ottawa Senators representative invited me -- and Iâm assuming that a few other Senators bloggers received a similar email -- to attend a game in the coming month so that I can âexperience a day...
NEW YORK (March 6, 2012) â Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson has been fined $2,500, the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for slashing Florida Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim in NHL Game No. 977 on Sunday, March 4, in Sunrise, Fla., the National Hockey Leagueâs Department of Player Safety announced today.
The incident occurred at 14:06 of the...
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On Monday, the Ottawa Senators announced the call-up of highly-touted prospect and recent acquisition G Ben Bishop from the Binghamton Senators, sending another young phenom - G Robin Lehner - back down to the AHL affiliate in the process.
The move on the surface level shouldn't surprise many, as the Ottawa Senators...
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Milan Michalek scored three third-period goals, helping the Ottawa Senators withstand a Tampa Bay comeback attempt and beat the Lightning 7-3 on Tuesday night.
Ottawa, which took a three-goal lead early on, went up 5-3 when Michalek scored a power-play goal at 12:12 of third. The left wing added two empty-goals, including a short-handed effort with 7 seconds...
Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson has been fined $2,500 for slashing Florida Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim on Sunday.Karlsson unleashed a two-handed slash at 14:06 of the third period in a 4-2 loss to the Panthers and was assessed a minor penalty for slashing.The fine money goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.Karlsson leads all defenseman with 66 points this season.
If I were to ask you, the reader, who you believed to be Ottawa's second most productive player proportionate to their even-strength ice-time, I'd imagine that you would not have a hard time coming up some familiar names. Jason Spezza? Nope, he's first. Erik Karlsson? No(rris). Ottawa's newest member of the 30-goals in one season club, Milan Michalek? No. Alfie? Wrong...
Milan Michalek scored three third-period goals, helping the Ottawa Senators withstand a Tampa Bay comeback attempt and beat the Lightning 7-3 on Tuesday night.
Ottawa, which took a three-goal lead early on, went up 5-3 when Michalek scored a power-play goal at 12:12 of third. The left wing added two empty-goals, including a short-handed effort with 7 seconds left to give him 32...
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The Ottawa Senators have been a volatile club all season long, but their dominance of the Tampa Bay Lightning has been one mainstay for first-year head coach Paul MacLean. On Tuesday night, the Senators knocked off the Bolts by a final score of 6-3, moving their goal differential in the series to a stunning 19-6.
The SEL regular season came to a close Tuesday in dramatic fashion. As mentioned in my post from the weekend speculating about the possibility of Mika Zibanejad returning; his team DjurgĂ„rden had matters in their own hands today. Unfortunatley a DjurgĂ„rden loss combined with a late equalizing goal for LinkĂ¶ping to earn them a point (who'd eventually lose in a shootout in...
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, the New York Jets are definitely interested in Peyton Manning once heâs released on Wednesday by the Colts.
Before the Jets determine exactly how interested they are in Manning, they want to see exactly how healthy he is.