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The Ottawa Senators made the most of a goal in the waning moments in Buffalo to secure the regular season opener. They'll need a better effort on the second-half of a back-to-back if they want to best their provincial rival on Hockey Night in Canada.
Friday night's game, highlighted by two outstanding goaltending performances courtesy Craig Anderson and Ryan Miller, featured just one goal throu...
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Ryan Collins is the CCHL’s Leading scorer this season. (Photo/Peter Lapinskie/The Daily Observer)
As the UMass Lowell River Hawks’ season gets underway this month, the junior levels have been in regular season play for nearly a month now. Over the month of September, a few UMass Lowell commitments have made their mark, but none have as big as Ryan Collins.
Senators goalie Craig Anderson knew there was no room for error with the way Buffalo's Ryan Miller was stopping everything directed his way at the other end of the ice.
It took nearly all three periods for one to falter in a stellar goaltending matchup, which Anderson won by stopping 35 shots in Ottawa's season-opening 1-0 win on Friday night.
Erik Karlsson scored the lone...
Tonight could be the beginning of something special for Ottawa Senators’ new sniper, Bobby Ryan. The Sens open their 2013-14 NHL season on the road, in Buffalo against the Sabres. Ryan will make his debut on a line with captain…Read more →The post The Ottawa Senators Starring Bobby Ryan appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Erik Karlsson scored with 1:35 remaining in the third period and Craig Anderson stopped 35 shots in leading the Ottawa Senators to a season-opening 1-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.
Former Sabres forward Clarke MacArthur set up the goal to spoil the Sabres' home opener.
Driving up the left wing, MacArthur slipped a pass through the middle to set up Karlsson alone...
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It may have taken a few extra days, but hockey in the nation's capital is officially back. The Ottawa Senators begin their six-game road-trip in Buffalo tonight, with some rather daunting match-ups on the horizon.
The season opener at the First Niagara Center is an exciting one for the organization. The team made a lot of noise...
Ryan Miller's made 45 saves, however, lost to Craig Anderson and the Ottawa Senators 1-0 on Friday night in Buffalo.
Miller's 45 saves tied him for the 2nd-most in his career. The 45 shots were the most since he made a career high 48 saves on 50 shots in a game played on January 8, 2010 against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Despote the heart-breaking loss to one of his...
Gary Bettman and his people finally allowed the Senators to start the regular season like everyone else on Friday night.
Not only were the Senators the Columbus Blue Jackets Carolina Hurricanes and New York Islanders the last teams to play Game 1 but with six on the road (including a gruelling four-game trip to California and Arizona) before Ottawa's first on home ice it'...
Thanks to an offseason riddled with more distractions than customary Dustin Byfuglien weight jokes, Senators fans have been begging for the real games to begin.
And really, who could blame them?
From the organization’s stalled contract negotiations that eventually led to Daniel Alfredsson’s unforeseen departure, to Eugene Melnyk’s public relations battle with the City...
The Toronto Maple Leafs had their share of struggles in the season opener against the Ottawa Senators, but rallied from a 4-2 second period deficit to win a 5-4 shootout victory at Air Canada Center Saturday night.
Mason Raymond scored a goal and two assists in regulation and a spin-o-rama goal in the shootout to lead the Leafs to their third victory of the season. Nazem Kadri...
Always quick with a quip former Buffalo broadcaster Harry Neale had some kind words for his old friend Rick Wamsley in the elevator during the second intermission at First Niagara Center Friday night.
"Obviously" Neale said with a smile "you've coached both those goalies."
Wamsley of course is just the mentor of Senators puck stoppers not those in Buffalo...