Found November 02, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
  If you were to ask any Senators fan to draw a connection and recall some history between the city of Hartford and the Senators, most would probably answer that it's the place where Wade Redden's career went to die.  While very true, Hartford is also the place where, seventeen years ago today, Daniel Alfredsson scored the first of his ten career NHL hat-tricks (this number includes two postseason hat-tricks).   With Alexei Yashin staging his own contract holdout, a recurring them in these "On this Day in Senators History" pieces that I've been writing, Alfredsson tallied three goals on four shots against Sean Burke and the Hartford Whalers; leading the Senators to a 5-0 win over their Northeast Division rivals.  The hat-trick broke an eight-game goalless drought for Alfie; although with one goal and eight points in his first ten games that season, it was not like he was being held off of the scoresheet regularly. If anything, in retrospect, thi...
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