Jason Spezza had two goals vs. the Wings Wednesday. He was named the eighth captain in franchise history on Sept. 14. He has 6-2-8 points in his last four games and is tied for second in the NHL with seven goals this season.
Jason Spezza served notice to his teammates, to himself and maybe even the guy behind the Red Wings bench at the Joe Louis Arena Wednesday he is a force to be reckoned with.
The Senators were back home at the Bell Sensplex Thursday after putting the Detroit Red Wings in their place with a 6-1 victory and if there was any question about Spezza's new role as captain they can stop anytime.
His two-goal performance against Daniel Alfredsson and the Wings declared loud and clear Spezza, 30, is embracing the challenge of wearing the 'C' and it might make Team Canada coach Mike Babcock take a second look for Sochi.
"(Spezza's) had a few of them lately," said winger Bobby Ryan following a 45-minute skate.
"I think he certainly has had a few games where he's made st...