For teams, players and fans alike, the release of the National Hockey League schedule for the upcoming season is always highly anticipated. This season the Sens and their fansRead More
Articles by: Greg Brown
To sign or not to sign? That was the question facing the Ottawa Senators talented young defenseman Jared Cowen and a few other restricted free agents (RFA’s) around theRead More
With July 5th having come and gone and the flurry of free agent signings having quieted to less than a whisper, there are still some prominent names lookingRead More
When the National Hockey League’s 2013 free agency period opened at Noon on July 5th, the Ottawa Senators were expected to be involved and be an interesting watch forRead More
The legend of Jean-Gabriel Pageau is growing in Ottawa! Yes I said Jean-Gabriel Pageau! No, not Erik Karlsson, Daniel Alfredsson, or even Craig Anderson but rather the man I willRead More
The Ottawa Senators have received a major boost moving forward into the playoffs as their Norris Trophy winning defenceman, Erik Karlsson, has officially returned to the line-up and returned inRead More
If the Washington Capitals came into Thursday night’s game full on streaking then the Ottawa Senators came into it half-dressed, having won three straight themselves. The contest was a pivotal one for both teams in terms of playoff positioning as they continued their drive towards a postseason berth while trying to fend off the competition. It was also an obvious clash of styles between the high flying Caps and the defensively focused Sens and many wondered which team would be able to assert their game upon the other. When the horn sounded after 60 minutes at Scotia Bank Place the answer was clear.