The Ottawa Senators, the last Canadian team left in the NHL playoffs, are welcoming all aboard the bandwagon.
''Lots of room. We've got a big one,'' forward Jason Spezza said Monday before facing the Rangers in Game 6.
The Senators haven't found themselves in this position since 2007, when they advanced to the Stanley Cup final and were beaten by Anaheim in five games.
Few would have guessed they'd be in this spot. But a surprisingly good run coupled with Vancouver's shocking first-round exit Sunday night left the spotlight shining solely on the Senators. The other five Canadian teams missed the playoffs.
''When you set your goals you don't say 'We want to be the last Canadian team around,''' Spezza said. ''You just want to be the last team standing period. That's all we want to do, is focus on winning our series and keep moving on.''
The Senators entered Monday night's Game 6 with a chance to complete an upset of the Rangers, the top team in the Eastern Conference. In the West...