As we regroup from last night’s blown lead that resulted in another loss for the Senators and brace ourselves for the possibility that this team may not be as close we hope to turning around their season, knowing that the Senators have put the month of October behind them and are moving on to an easier stretch of games.
For as painful as it has been to watch at times, the team’s 4-6-2 record hasn’t put them too far behind the eight ball. Under any other circumstances, I’d be concerned for the team’s awareness of how much easier the schedule gets – creating some letdown in this their effort level and play.
But hey, how much worse can this team possibly be?
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2013/14 Ottawa Senators!
Looking back, I don’t think any of the problems that we’re seeing now shouldn’t have been a surprise.
For as much success as the team had without the likes of Jason Spezza, Milan Michalek, Jared Cowen, and Erik Karlsson in the lineup, when the team not only put...