Found March 01, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson said he has no idea when he will be able to return to the lineup. Anderson has been sidelined since severing a tendon in his pinky last week while cooking dinner at home last week. He underwent surgery to repair the tendon and still is not able to grip his stick. "Obviously the timeline is wide open right now," Anderson said Thursday. "All I can do right now is make sure I stay in shape. I'm able to go out there and skate with my gear on. The main thing right now is keeping my legs, keeping everything strong, so when I do have a chance to come back, I'm physically ready to go." The 30-year-old Anderson has a 29-19-6 record and 2.85 goals-against average to put Ottawa in the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference entering play Thursday. Robin Lehner has won both his starts since he was called up from Binghamtom, including his first career shutout in Tuesday's 1-0 win over Boston.

Craig Anderson Doesn't Tip His Hand

* Thans to @SensForLife11 for the Photoshopped image. For the first time since suffering a cut to his right pinky finger that severed a tendon, the Senators' number one goaltender addressed the media for the first time but refused to comment or elaborate on how he sustained the injury itself. In concealing his right hand with his jacket, it aroused the interest and suspicions...

Anderson Avoids Talking About His Cut Hand

from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun, If there still exists any suspicions over how exactly the right-handed Craig Anderson sliced a tendon in his right hand, the Senators’ No. 1 goalie did nothing to squelch them when facing the media for the first time one week after the incident. “I really don’t care to talk about the details of it all,” Anderson said Thursday at Scotiabank...

Who On Earth Is Robin Lehner?

I would like to say that I knew two weeks ago exactly who goalie Robin Lehner was.  That he was a second round draft pick for the Ottawa Senators who won the Butterfield Trophy as the AHL Calder Playoffs MVP in 2011.  Also, that he was now minding the net in Ottawa due to an injury to starter Craig Anderson.  Furthermore, his father Michael coached New York Rangers super goalie...

Sens' Anderson has no timetable set for return

Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson says he's not sure when he'll return to the ice after badly cutting his finger while preparing a meal last week.

What To Pay RFA-To-Be Erik Karlsson?

from Ken Warren of Senators Extra, Erik Karlsson is going to strike it rich this summer, whether he wins the Norris Trophy as the National Hockey League’s top defenceman or not. Here are a few words of caution, though, for those asking Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray to lock him up to a contract for the next decade or so: Alexei Yashin, Rick DiPietro, Vincent Lecavalier...

One More Thought on Karlsson's Norris Candidacy

Earlier today I had some conversations with Scott about the Norris Trophy debate and how it is an exercise in futility trying to convince people in outside markets who don't have the luxury of being able to watch Erik Karlsson on a game-by-game basis that despite his offense overshadowing whatever defensive capabilities on the ice, he is far removed from being a defensive liability...

Bulletin: Senators extend season-seat renewal early-bird deadline to Friday, March 9

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators announced today that they have extended their early-bird deadline for fans to renew their season seats to noon eastern time (ET) on Friday, March 9. Due to an ongoing technical problem with the online renewal system, s...

Blackhawks-Senators Preview

The Ottawa Senators and Chicago Blackhawks have nearly identical records with 17 games remaining, though the makeup of their respective division and conference races has one team riding high and the other feeling desperate. Ottawa seeks its seventh victory in eight tries Friday night when it hosts Chicago, which is fighting to keep its grasp on a playoff spot in the Western Conference...

Thursday Thoughts

1) After watching Erik Karlsson race back to his end to get an icing call in the second period of Tuesday’s game in Boston, I’ll be the first to acknowledge that a potential Bruins versus Senators first round matchup will take years off my life. Had Karlsson been racing against any other Bruins forward not named Tyler Seguin, liberties would have been taken. I cannot imagine...
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