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Senators' Bobby Ryan nets 7-year, $50.25 million extension

Senators left winger Bobby Ryan has signed a seven-year, $50.25 million contract extension with the team, the team announced. Ryan, the second overall pick in the 2005 NHL Draft, tallied 23 goals and 25 assists in 2013-14, a season in which Ottawa missed the playoffs for the first time since 2010-11. Ryan came to the Senators in July 2013, when Anaheim shipped him to Ottawa in exchange...
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Senators sign Ryan to seven-year, $50.75 million contract extension

The Ottawa Senators have called a news conference at Canadian Tire Centre for 9:15am et where the team will announce the signing of winger Bobby Ryan to a seven-year, $50.75 million contract extension. Ryan scored 23 goals and added 25 assists in 70 games with the Senators last season, his first with the club.
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Bobby Ryan With A Seven-Year Contract Extension In Ottawa

via Elliotte Friedman tweets, Hearing OTT signs Bobby Ryan to a 7-year extension. AAV just over $7m per. Ryan extension: 7 years, $50.75M Watch the announcement live below... Continue reading "Bobby Ryan With A Seven-Year Contract Extension In Ottawa"
Via Kukla's Korner
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Sens to Make Significant Announcement at 9:15 am ET: Sign Bobby Ryan?

The Senators announced a press conference for this morning at 9:15 am in which Bryan Murray and Eugene Melnyk would be in attendance. With news that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was also in town — Bettman reportedly was speaking with Parliamentarians about the NHL’s deal with Rogers — rumours have abounded that the Senators may announce some kind of announcement on an outdoor...
Via The 6th Sens
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Senators face uncertainties after key departures

On the final day of Ottawa's season, coach Paul MacLean stood before the assembled media and acknowledged the obvious: Almost everything that could go wrong did, and across-the-board improvements were imperative. ''I think in the National Hockey League you have to play well enough, long enough to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs,'' MacLean said. ''...
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A Thought on Power Play Units

From Senators practice today: Ryan is working on a pp unit with Michalek and Zibanejad, but before you think that could be No. 1 combo, Karlsson is on the other pp #sens — Don Brennan (@SunDoniB) October 1, 2014 On the Karlsson pp unit is Turris (at the point), MacArthur, Legwand and Stone #sens — Don Brennan (@SunDoniB) October 1, 2014 Interesting pp combinations … Turris...
Via The 6th Sens
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'C' decision looming for Ottawa Senators

The clock is ticking on the Senators' captaincy debate. By this time next week, the Senators will be on the ice in Nashville preparing for their first game of the regular season against the Predators next Thursday at the Bridgestone Arena. You'd think by then, the Senators will have made a choice one way or another on whether they're going to award the 'C' worn...
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NCC Looking to Redevelop LeBreton Flats

In case you did not hear the big news yesterday, the National Capital Commission (NCC) is inviting and encouraging the private sector to submit plans to develop land at LeBreton Flats for the purpose of putting a signature attraction in the area adjacent to the Canadian War Museum. Via the NCC’s website: The National Capital Commission (NCC) is seeking innovative proposals for...
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Paul MacLean Speaks: training camp, prospects, internal competition

As training camp continues and fans restlessly dwell on the latest happenings and tweaks to the Senators’ line combinations, “What do you mean Colin Greening was getting a regular turn on the team’s top line with Kyle Turris and Clarke MacArthur yesterday in practice?!?!”, a surprisingly sober (no seriously, why was Greening getting a turn on the top line?) Senators head...
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Injured Ottawa Senators players hopeful for quick return

The walking wounded are closing in on a return. While J.G. Pageau was back on the ice Saturday at the Canadian Tire Centre, forwards Erik Condra and Milan Michalek along with defencemen Marc Methot and Eric Gryba were still missing in action. Coach Paul MacLean said he is hopeful Michalek, Condra and Gryba will resume skating Monday with the Senators. There is no timetable for...
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Methot, Gryba and Michalek to miss Sens’ practice Saturday

Forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau is expected to return to the ice Saturday after missing Friday to nurse an injury. The same can’t be said for Marc Methot, Eric Gryba or Milan Michalek – all three are expected to miss Saturday’s practices at the team’s Fan Fest nursing various injuries. “It’s purely (the organization’s) decision to keep them out,” coach Paul MacLean...
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Listening to this afternoon’s edition of TSN 1200’s ‘In the Box’, hosts Jason York and Steve Lloyd played up the pairing of Jared Cowen and Cody Ceci – going so far as to say that this duo is unquestionably the one that the Senators want to open the season with as their second defensive pairing. If true, it puts an interesting, but uncomfortable position. Given the state...
Via The 6th Sens
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Marc Methot Dealing With A Bad Back

from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun, Methot couldn't participate in Friday's skate test, but practised Saturday and played in Sunday's intra-squad game. He has not participated in any of the team's four exhibitions since, nor was he able to take part in Thursday's practice. While negotiations on a contract extension for Methot have hit a standstill, there...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Senators beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in shootout

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...
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Bobby Ryan helps Senators beat Maple Leafs 3-2

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Bobby Ryan scored twice and Craig Anderson stopped 20 shots in the Ottawa Senators' 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in a split-squad game Wednesday night. Matt Puempel added a power-play goal for Ottawa. Sam Carrick and Morgan Rielly scored for Toronto. Antoine Bibeau and Cal Heeter split time in goal for Toronto. Bibeau allowed two goals on 18...
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Senators Injury Update: Bobby Ryan makes preseason debut

The Ottawa Senators were playing it safe when it came to the health of Bobby Ryan. Ryan collided with Kyle Turris on Sunday and hit his head. He was held out for the rest of the scrimmage and did not play in Monday's split preseason game. #480673297 / gettyimages.comRyan was kept off the ice after it appeared he had his 'bell rung' and he is not suffering from any...
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Thoughts on Thoughts: Friedman Discusses Methot/Ryan

Sportnet‘s Elliotte Friedman (and boy does it still feel weird to write that) published his latest ’30 Thoughts’ article and for the benefit of hockey fans in the nation’s capital, there were four thoughts pertaining to the Ottawa Senators. Shockingly, all of them had to do with the situations involving the uncertain futures of Marc Methot and Bobby Ryan. So let’s just...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

All That Has Transpired: Ottawa Senators

We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects. Today, we take a look at the Ottawa Senators. By: Andy Hughes (@PensNation_Andy) Ottawa Senators 2013-14 Season: 37-31-14  88 points – (5th Atlantic Division; 11th Eastern Conference) RW Alex Chiasson, one of the key components in the Jason Spezza trade...
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Islanders beat Senators 3-2 in preseason

ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland (AP) Jack Skille scored the winning goal with 1:27 to play, and the New York Islanders beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on Monday in the opener of a preseason split-squad doubleheader. Sebastian Collberg and Brock Nelson also scored for the Islanders. Alex Chiasson, part of the offseason trade that sent former Senators captain Jason Spezza to Dallas, and...
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Bobby Ryan Under Observation For Possible Concussion

from Don Brennan of the OTtawa Sun, Top scoring right winger Bobby Ryan was held out of the last half of Sunday's red-white match after he had his "bell rung" in a collision with his centre, Kyle Turris. Ryan won't play in either of Monday's pre-season games against the New York Islanders, as doctors want to make sure he doesn't experience any concussion...
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Sens play it safe with Ryan after he collides with Turris

As with the many miscellaneous injuries that crop up during training camp and exhibition games, it’s important to note that NHL teams are especially cautious when the contests mean little to a big chunk of players involved. Even so, it’s worth noting that the Ottawa Senators are keeping an eye on Bobby Ryan‘s condition. He was held out the remainder of Sunday’s scrimmage...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Chiasson anxious for fresh start with Ottawa Senators

It was only a practice, a split-squad practice at that, but Alex Chiasson says he felt some jitters before stepping on the ice Saturday with his new Ottawa Senators teammates for the first time. “To be honest, I did have a little bit of butterflies coming into this,” said Chiasson, the one NHL player included in the trade which sent Jason Spezza to the Dallas Stars on Canada...
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Senators' Cody Ceci ready to prove he deserves a spot

- Cody Ceci is taking nothing for granted. Despite playing 49 games for Ottawa last season as a rookie, the former first rounder knows there are some numbers working against him. Seven other defenceman have one-way contracts while Ceci is still on his entry level deal. That means he can be sent to Binghamton without having to clear waivers. "It's no secret I'm the...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Eastern Conference Preview: Ottawa Senators

As we continue our 2014-15 season previews, we’ve already looked at the Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers. Now, let’s look at the Ottawa Senators. With a couple veteran leaders now gone, the Sens will look to their young leaders to … Continue reading → The post Eastern Conference Preview: Ottawa Senators appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Elliotte Friedman Speaks: Bobby Ryan issue, Melnyk approached by prospective buyers,

Last night I received an interesting tweet from a reader who happened to listen to Elliotte Friedman’s interview on the Fan 960. @6thSens http://t.co/2eNQpHKjjz from 4:25 to 9:20 Friedman hits on a lot of Sens issues…not a lot of positivity there. — LeDoweski (@C_LeDoweski) September 20, 2014 Given the very public spat between Marc Methot, his agent and the organization...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss
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