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When asked what it is about Madison Square Garden that endears itself to the Ottawa Senators, captain Daniel Alfredsson simply replied, "New York City."
On Friday night, Ottawa headed to the World's Most Famous Arena and did what they always do -- handed the New York Rangers a tough home-loss. With the 3-2 victory, Ottawa is now 12-1-1 in their last...
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Craig Custance revealed his rankings for ESPN Insider (behind a paywall) for the top 20 potential rental players for this year’s NHL Trade Deadline.
He prefaced the rankings list by acknowledging that the congested NHL standings means a greater likelihood that there will be less trade activity this season.
From an Ottawa Senators perspective, two players made the...
Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- TSN's Bob McKenzie spoke Wednesday evening during Insider Trading on Ottawa's front office actively searching for an upgrade to their ranks. The upgrade, however, is absolutely hilarious. McKenzie: OTT looking for a physical player, preferably one who can drop the gloves with some authority. Lloyd: @TSNBobMcKenzie just said #Sens are in the...
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The Ottawa Senators rookie David Dziurzynski finally got his
chance to fight Wednesday night when he dropped his gloves against Toronto
Maple Leafs enforcer Frazer McLaren.
It's a shame that the ensuing concussion he got from being knocked out means he likely will not remember it.
Then again, it might be best if he doesn't remember...
Binghamton, NY, March 8, 2013 – Nathan Lawson made 34 saves for his first shutout of the season, and Fredrik Claesson’s goal only 56 seconds into the game turned out to be the winner, as the Binghamton Senators defeated the Connecticut Whale 3-0 Friday night at the Broome County Arena.
The loss dropped the Whale (27-24-5-3, 62 pts.) into a tie with the Manchester Monarchs...
Earlier this week, Pierre LeBrun provided a few trade possibilities in a multi-part blog post on ESPN.com. The two hot names on the trade market right now are a couple elder statesmen who desperately want to win a ring: Jarome … Continue reading →The post Should The Chicago Blackhawks Pursue Daniel Alfredsson? appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Senators played the Rangers tough, as per usual. After the Sens opened up a 2-0 lead, the Rangers showed their grittiness and their willingness to fight back as they tied the game before the first period ended. But in the end, the Sens showed why they are still a playoff team despite being without three of their top players. On to the goals:
Lady luck is mean sometimes.
With the April 3 trade deadline approaching, it’s time to brainstorm some names that could help the Bruins during the last month of the season and into the playoffs.
NESN’s Gord Kluzak thinks the Bruins could target Jarome Iginla of the Flames or Daniel Alfredsson of the Senators before the trade deadline. Kluzak thinks either player could help the Bruins on the power play...
All but five periods in the second quarter of the season were played without Erik Karlsson, and if you've been watching the games you don't need me to tell you the team looks different now. Shots against have gone up, and the Senators have struggled to create offensive chances for long stretches. Nevertheless the team has stayed in games and picked up points in ones they...
TONIGHT’S GAME The Rangers will face-off against the Ottawa Senators tonight at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m. — TV: MSG Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), to complete their back-to-back set. The Blueshirts currently rank third in the Atlantic Division standings, and rank eighth in the Eastern Conference, with a record of 12-8-2 (26 pts). The Rangers [...]
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The Ottawa Senators haven't exactly fared well on the current road trip, winless (0-2-2) in four chances against Eastern Conference foes. They'll have a chance to salvage what's left on Friday night, taking on John Tortorella's New York Rangers club at Madison Square Garden.
Ottawa and New York will meet for the second...
In a rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference quarterfinals, won by the New York Rangers in seven hard fought games, the Rangers and Ottawa Senators met up at Madison Square Garden, where the Sens have dominated in recent years. Ottawa came in having won five straight regular season games at the Garden with an astounding 11-1-1 [...]
The New York Rangers (12-8-2) host the Ottawa Senators (12-8-4) at Madison Square Garden starting at 7:00 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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I think a lot of credit needs to be given to the Ottawa Senators, who have played very well despite a slew of injuries and continued that trend tonight. They have enough young talent to step in and play a competitive game.
Of course, the Rangers still have superior talent and should be on the right end of a result at home against a young, injured team like this. Still, I don...