TORONTO (AP) Milan Michalek scored the winning shootout goal in the Ottawa Senators' 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night in a split-squad exhibition game.
Shane Prince, Alex Chiasson and Ryan Dzingel scored in regulation for Ottawa, and Robin Lehner made 24 saves. Nazem Kadri, Jake Gardiner and James van Riemsdyk scored for Toronto.
James Reimer stopped all...
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September 24, 2014
Having missed out on signing Benoit Pouliot, who ultimately signed a five-year deal worth $4 million per season with Edmonton, the Senators announced that Milan Michalek was re-signed.
Milan Michalek has agreed to a three-year extension at $4 million per-season. #Sens
— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) July 1, 2014
I’ve already made my feelings on Michalek be known. Here’s a snippet...
It didn’t take long for Milan Michalek. After deciding to test the waters, Michalek found it best to return to Ottawa on a three-year deal worth $4 million per season. Michalek, 29, was drafted sixth overall in 2003 by the San Jose Sharks. He played four seasons with the Sharks with his best season being 2006-07 where he had 66 [...]
When news broke this afternoon that Milan Michalek was listening to other offers, as is his right under the parameters of the CBA leading up to the start of unrestricted free agency on July 1st, it affirmed what Senators fans already knew – the Senators were always in a realistic position to lose their most productive line.
Having spurned Ottawa’s three-year, $10 million offer...
There were lots of interesting bits of information relayed over the airwaves by prominent NHL insiders in the past two days. Darren Dreger appeared on “The Nielson & Fraser Show” on Edmonton’s TSN 1260 this morning and Elliotte Friedman was interviewed on Calgary’s Fan 960.
I’ve transcribed the important parts of the interviews that pertain to the Senators below, but...
Dallas Stars winger Antoine Roussel should have been credited with an assist on an Ottawa Senators line change Sunday night.
Early in the first period of the Stars’ eventual 3-1 win, Roussel sent Senators winger Milan Michalek tumbling into his own bench with a big check at the blue line. Michalek disappeared behind the boards momentarily but quickly popped up, smiling from ear...
Dallas Stars forward Antoine Roussel helped Ottawa Senators forward Milan Michalek with his line change by knocking him head over heels into his own bench with a huge hit during the first period of Saturday's game at the American Airlines Center.Michalek sat up on the bench and couldn't help but laugh at himself. Even he had to agree that it was hilarious.Video via NHL.
Milan Michalek scored his second goal of the game with 23 second left as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 on Thursday.
The Sabres had fought back to tie the game with two third-period goals, but Senators captain Jason Spezza found Michalek in the slot and he beat Jhonas Enroth over the shoulder for the winner.
Erik Karlsson also scored for the Senators and Craig...
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February 06, 2014