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The 6th Sens:
Having led his teammates through the morning stretch at practice today, Senators sophomore defenseman Jared Cowen announced to the media that he would be in the lineup versus Carolina.
Cowen, if you'll remember started the the locked out season playing in Binghamton. His stint with the B-Sens only lasted three games before a tear in his hip labrum necessitated surgery. With recovery pegged at 6-9 months the common belief was that his season was done.
Cowen: "From the time they told me I wasn’t going to play this year, I always had in the back of my mind, ‘Screw that – I want to play.’"
— Ian Mendes (@ian_mendes) March 27, 2013
As awesome as it is to see Cowen back in the lineup ahead of schedule, one wonders and hopes that he hasn't rushed things and is 100%, or close to it.
Ottawa is fortunate to have Cowen back with seven games left in the regular season. Though he had been skating on his own and with the team these past few weeks, this nu...
BEST OF MAXIM
Cowen went after the head. Pretty cheap move. Sens fans approved of course.
— Chip Alexander (@ice_chip) April 17, 2013
The fact Cowen is still in this game is mindboggling.
— Chip Alexander (@ice_chip) April 17, 2013
Penalties listed below... Continue reading "Video- Jeff Skinner Feels The Hit From Jared Cowen"
The Ottawa Senators are getting healthy and they're getting nasty.
Craig Anderson made 32 saves as the Senators beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 on Tuesday night for their third straight win.
Defenseman Jared Cowen was playing his first game since undergoing hip surgery in November that was expected to end his season. He finished the game with a little under 17 minutes of ice...
Sometimes there are things much more important than sports. The City of Boston got that harsh, cruel reminder Monday afternoon.
The NHL announced Monday afternoon that they have postponed their scheduled game with the Ottawa Senators originally scheduled for Monday night at 7 p.m. in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. The game will be rescheduled, but there is no makeup date...
The NHL says Monday night's game between the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins at TD Garden has been postponed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
No makeup date has been scheduled.
The league says it ''wishes to express its sympathy to all affected by the tragic events that took place in Boston earlier this afternoon.''
Two bombs exploded near...
While the Ottawa Senators' final position in the Eastern Conference standings is still to be determined, it's looking more and more like they'll be playing past the end of the regular season.
The Senators will try to get back to the business of hockey Tuesday night against the visiting Carolina Hurricanes, one day after tragic events in Boston forced the postponement...
On a night that will mostly be remembered for the five fights that occurred, Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson stacked the pads and made a filthy glove save on Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Joe Corvo. Corvo had half the net open and Anderson just absolutely robbed him. The save kept the Senators two goal lead alive en route to their 3-2 victory.
The postponed game originally scheduled for Monday between the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins has been rescheduled.
According to the team, the game will now be played at the TD Garden on Sunday, April 28, with puck drop scheduled for 7 p.m. The team also reiterated that Wednesday’s Bruins-Sabres game will proceed as planned, with that game starting at 7:30 p.m.
Following the two explosions at the Boston Marathon, the Monday night game between the Bruins and Ottawa Senators will not be played.
In my recap of last night's game, I mentioned that the result and the stats of last night's game were probably an afterthought to many fans because the one thing on their mind is the health of Hurricanes star forward Jeff Skinner, who left the game after taking a huge hit from Senators defenseman Jared Cowen. No specifics of the injury have been released but it's very...
The Ottawa Senators and the Carolina Hurricanes had some serious issues with each other on Tuesday night. The two teams combined for five fights and 76 penalty minutes. What started off the whole ordeal was Ottawa Senators defenseman Jared Cowen utterly destroyed Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner. Chad LaRose stepped up to Skinner’s defense and this was just the start...