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The only thing better than a three-game winning streak? A four-game winning streak.
On Thursday night, the Ottawa Senators will get a golden opportunity to knock off their fourth consecutive opponent in the form of the Florida Panthers at Scotiabank Place. With a win, the team will move to a .500 record on the season, a stunning achievement for a rost...
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Tis’ the season -- not quite Christmas, but Halloween. Like every year, kids aren’t the only ones dressing up -- NHL players are as well. Senators teammates David Rundblad, Erik Karlsson and Mika Zibanejad dressed up as members of the band KISS for a Halloween party as discovered by The 6th Sens. Rundblad also blogged about the party and he made sure to mention that the Senators...
Nick Foligno scored with 2.5 seconds left in the third period and the Ottawa Senators extended their winning streak to four games with a 4-3 victory over the Florida Panthers on Thursday night Foligno put away a rebound of Daniel Alfredsson's slap shot for the winner after Florida's Kris Versteeg scored with 47.1 seconds left to tie it at 3.
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Forget what the pundits have said about this hockey team. They're an incredibly exciting team to watch when they put forth the effort, and for the second time during this now four-game winning streak, they finished off the opposition with mere seconds left on the clock.
Flashback to last Saturday night, when Milan Michalek's...
Pulled from David Rundblad's blog (hat tip to @e_doty and @ldots13 for the link): Here are David Rundblad, Erik Karlsson and Mika Zibanejad rocking the Kiss costumes. It's a solid effort by the trio. Even though Karlsson half-asses the Gene Simmons tongue protrusion and Rundblad erred in the colouring of Ace Frehley's 'Spaceman' makeup. (It should be silver damnit...
Stephane Da Costa would rather that it didn't happen this way.
When the Ottawa Senators face off against the Florida Panthers tonight at Scotiabank Place (7:30 p.m., Sportsnet Sens, Team 1200), the 22-year-old Frenchman will find himself centri...
OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators’ year-long commitment to community outreach programs throughout the National Capital Region continues. The following is a look at the club’s community schedule from Friday, Oct. 28, to Thursday, Nov. 3.
Panthers rookie defenseman Erik Gudbranson received the word in practice today that he will be staying with Florida.
OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators announced today the return of the fan-friendly Sens Skills competition, presented by Metro, which is set to take place at Scotiabank Place on Wednesday, Dec. 28, at 1 p.m. Doors will open at noon.
Sens Skills presen...
It's been nearly a year since the Ottawa Senators enjoyed a four-game winning streak.
Facing the Florida Panthers could help them recapture those positive feelings again.
Surging Ottawa looks to match its longest win streak from last season and make it seven consecutive victories over the Panthers on Thursday night at Scotiabank Place.
It came as no surprise when the young...
The Panthers must officially decide whether to keep the rookie Erik Gudbranson after the teams ninth game Thursday night against Ottawa.
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The Rangers will face-off against the Ottawa Senators today at Madison Square Garden (3:00 p.m.), in the second game of their six...
By Bill Whitehead
“Playoffs?…You kidding me? Playoffs!” Those, of course, are the immortal words of an astounded Jim Mora during a legendary NFL press conference in 2001, but with a strong start to the season, many in Pantherland are thinking about the postseason. And the actions of Florida general manager Dale Tallon, like last Saturday afternoon when he made a major alteration...
The Panthers rallied to tie it with 47.1 seconds left, and then gave up the winning tally with only 2.5 seconds remaining.
The Ottawa Senators had to deliver a second knockout blow just before the bell to finish off the Florida Panthers.
What a ride it continues to be for the capital's cardiac kids.
Even if they'd sooner do without the heart-stopping drama that has made the Ottawa Senators one of the National Hockey League's most exciting acts in the last week.