The 2021 OHL Priority Selection has come and gone once again, and for the Ottawa 67’s, it serves as another step towards getting back to their championship-contending level they spent the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons at.
The Thursday edition of Links, News, and Notes! Here are some of the more noteworthy links, news, and notes from Thursday: Ian Mendes of The Athletic goes over his most recent edition of what the Ottawa Senators protection list could/should look like.
Now that the offseason for the Ottawa Senators is in full effect, the news might be a little slow for the next few months. However, there are still some Senators making headlines outside of the NHL, and it’s giving fans jitters to drop the puck for the 2021-22 season.
It was around 10:45 pm in Riga, Latvia, but in Ottawa, Ontario, it was around 3:45 pm on Sunday when Nick Paul tapped in the overtime and gold medal-winning goal on a feed from Connor Brown to end the 2021 International Ice Hockey Federation’s (IIHF) Men’s World Hockey Championship.
This one was a two-horse race, between two players with vastly different sample sizes at the NHL level. After tabulating over 400(!) submitted ballots, today we’re kicking off the unveiling of the 2021 Prospect Awards!
As the Ottawa Senators forge ahead with their rebuild, many of their young stars of the future are products of the NCAA college hockey system. Defenceman Thomas Chabot was a junior hockey star, and there are many European players on the roster and in their system.
It’s the Monday Edition of Links, News, and Notes Let’s take a spin through some of the news that made headlines in the hockey world this weekend: (Some members of) The Ottawa Senators are World Hockey Champions!
The Senators own the 10th pick in the draft. Should they trade or, or if they keep it, which kind of player should they target? On Wednesday night, the NHL Draft Lottery revealed that the Ottawa Senators are going to be picking 10th in the 2021 Draft.
It’s the Thursday edition of Links, News and Notes! Let’s take a look at some of the storylines from around the NHL and the hockey world! On Tuesday, the Sens signed Viktor Lodin to a two-year entry-level contract.
The Sens stay put at 10. This year’s NHL Draft Lottery didn’t come with the freight train of hype that last year’s did for Ottawa Senators fans, but they were no less engaged in the draw as it took place.
Throughout the 28 seasons of the current iteration of the Ottawa Senators, the team has made the playoffs 16 times for a 57 percent regular season success rate (as defined by making the playoffs in this case).
Perhaps not at the top of the ol’ off-season To Do list but an important item just the same. This afternoon, the Ottawa Senators announced that they have signed forward Viktor Lodin to a two-year entry-level contract.
Both the Ottawa Senators and Philadelphia Flyers will be looking at offseason changes. For the Senators, they’ll be continuing their rebuild and seeking out players who can add to and accentuate their core, working towards the day they are a consistently competitive team.
According to Artem Anisimov’s agent, don’t believe everything you hear and/or read, at least when it comes to his client. Todd Diamond is denying rumors that the Ottawa Senators forward may be making plans to leave the NHL att the end of the season and bolt for the KHL.