Yesterday, Bob McKenzie sat down with Senators GM Bryan Murray for a 1-on-1 interview at the Rookie Tournament in London, Ontario. For some reason, Mckenzie always seems to get the […]
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For the second straight year, the Ottawa Senators have parted ways with their captain and are set to name a new one before the season starts. As last year’s captain, […]
The London Knights have churned out some great defenders who are playing in the NHL. Names like Dan Girardi, Michael Del Zotto, Kyle Quincey, Dennis Wideman, Jarred Tinordi, and Marc […]
Marc Methot has come a long way since his Junior A days playing for the Kanata Valley Lasers. A steady stay-at-home defenseman for the Lasers, he transitioned perfectly to major junior and continued to play his hardnosed style.
The Ottawa Senators got their preferred playoff match-up as they will face the struggling Montréal Canadiens in the first round. It is the first ever series between the two rivals […]
The season of injury woes continues for the Ottawa Senators. Despite a come-from-behind 5-3 win over the Islanders Tuesday night, the Sens came out worse for the wear as defenseman […]
Fact: the reigning Norris Trophy winner is not only picking up where he left off in 2012, but is only getting better. At only 23 years of age, Erik Karlsson […]
After Saturday’s 4-1 season opening win over the Winnipeg Jets, and in advance of tonight’s home opener against the Florida Panthers, here are a few key bits of Senators information […]
In order for the 2013 Ottawa Senators to succeed, their key, core players will have to demonstrate that they are just that; Jason Spezza & Erik Karlsson will need to […]
Rejoice, oh hockey fan. The lockout is over, a new season will soon be upon us, and with it, an opportunity for the Ottawa Senators to prove that their 2012 […]
I posted the following tweet this morning, and the more I think about it, the more the idea makes sense: if there's a season and I'm the #Senators, I make […]
With the salary cap presenting financial challenges for general managers everywhere, although they do attempt to circumvent the rules at times (ahem, Mr. Lamoriello), building a championship-caliber squad has become a very inexact science…