Found January 26, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- It's the second rendition of Hockey Night in Canada for the shortened 48-game season, but once again, the Ottawa Senators are out of action. In fact, Ottawa doesn't actually play a Saturday night game until they head up to the Air Canada Centre on February 16th. That said, I think Paul MacLean will be OK with today's off-day. Ottawa, for the first tim...
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