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The NHL Trade Deadline came and went in St. Louis rather quietly at 2 p.m. Monday. The Blues’ only deadline deal came Sunday, when the team acquired a second-round draft choice in 2013 from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for goaltend...

Ottawa Senators Addressed Big Need With Goalie at Trade Deadline, Setting Team Up Well for Future (Video)

At this week's NHL trade deadline, the Ottawa Senators addressed a big need for the team by adding an overwhelming presence in net. Ben Bishop, a 6-foot-7 goaltender, comes over from the St. Louis Blue in a deal that was announced early on Sunday. Bishop didn't get the start against the Bruins on Tuesday, but the big netminder does have a legitimate shot at becoming the Senators...

No Action Will Be Taken Against Turris For Hit Delivered Last Night

NEW YORK (February 26, 2012) – Following a telephone hearing conducted this afternoon, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety has decided that no supplemental discipline is merited for a hit by Ottawa Senators forward Kyle Turris against Boston Bruins defenseman Joe Corvo in NHL Game No. 919 on Saturday, Feb. 25, in Ottawa. “Because there was enough head...

Senators' Lehner blanks Bruins, nets first career shutout

Robin Lehner turned aside 32 shots for his first career shutout and visiting the Ottawa Senators ended a long hex against the Boston Bruins with a 1-0 triumph on Tuesday. Red-hot defenseman Erik Karlsson scored the only goal Lehner would need as the Senators ended a streak of eight consecutive losses to the Bruins and won for the first time in five meetings this season. Lehner...

Senators' Turris avoids suspension

Ottawa Senators center Kyle Turris avoided a suspension for a crushing hit on Boston Bruins defenseman Joe Corvo Saturday night. Turris left his feet when he rocked Corvo in the third period of the Bruins’ 5-3 win. He was given two minutes for boarding. While the hit wasn’t from behind, Turris did make contact with Corvo’s head – deeming the hit a possible head shot. NHL...

Bishop to Ottawa—first move in the goalie market?

Ben Bishop went to the Ottawa Senators, who signed him to a one year, on-way contract, ending any speculation that Bishop would become a Group VI UFA on July 1 this year. The 6ft 7 Bishop spent most of the season with the Peoria Rivermen of the AHL, after losing out a starting role with the St Louis Blues. This settles the Blues immediate goaltending future, and give Ottawa a...

NHL Notebook: Senators make trade for goaltender help

The Ottawa Senators moved quickly to add insurance with their top goalie out of the lineup.

Sens' Lehner earns first shutout in win over Bruins

Robin Lehner stopped 32 shots for his first career shutout and Erik Karlsson scored the lone goal, lifting surging Ottawa to a 1-0 win over Boston on Tuesday night.

Senators beat Bruins 1-0 behind Lehner (AP)

Robin Lehner stopped 32 shots for his first career shutout and Erik Karlsson scored the lone goal, lifting surging Ottawa to a 1-0 win over Boston on Tuesday night. It was the Senators' first victory in five games against the Bruins this season. With the win, the Senators moved one point behind the Northeast Division-leading Bruins, who have played four fewer games than Ottawa.

Senators add puck-moving Matt Gilroy, send Brian Lee to Lightning

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Getting to know: Brian Lee

MORE COVERAGE RELATED: Lightning acquire D Brian Lee from Senators in exchange for Matt Gilroy WATCH: Craig Button talks about the two young defensive acquisitions by Tampa Bay All 167 of his NHL games have come for ...

AHL's top stopper gives Senators a big net gain

After toiling in the AHL for four seasons, Ben Bishop is looking forward to a new opportunity with the Ottawa Senators, who obtained him from the St. Louis Blues earlier today (Mark B...
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