Toews Lifts Blackhawks to 3-2 Overtime Win vs. Senators

Toews Lifts Blackhawks to 3-2 Overtime Win vs. Senators

January 15th, 2020 OTTAWA — Jonathan Toews scored in overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks rallied past the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on Tuesday night. A pair of goals by Dominik Kubalik, who now has seven in his last five games, tied the game 2-2 early in the third after the Blackhawks (21-20-6) trailed 2-0...
Ottawa Senators' Brady Tkachuk: Building Block for the Future

Ottawa Senators' Brady Tkachuk: Building Block for the Future

January 14th, 2020 In the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, the Ottawa Senators chose Brady Tkachuk as the team’s first pick, and the fourth overall pick of the draft. It was a wise choice - in his two seasons in the NHL, Tkachuk has proven to be the kind of player a team could build a future around. Related: Senators’...

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January 7th, 2020
Washington Capitals

WASHINGTON — T.J. Oshie and Alex Ovechkin each scored two goals as the Washington Capitals beat the Ottawa Senators 6-1 on Tuesday night. Oshie, who scored the tying goal in Sunday's wild comeback win over San Jose, tied the game at one as Washington, which has won three straight, scored six unanswered goals after Artem Anisimov gave the Senators a 1-0 lead at 5:40 of the first period. Ottawa has lost five straight, its second five-game skid of the season. Ilya Samsonov stopped 26 shots to bring his record to 12-2-1. Craig Anderson allowed five goals in 30 shots before he was pulled after Lars Eller's goal at 2:08 of the third period. DALLAS, TX - DECEMBER 19: Lars Eller #20 of the Washington Capitals (Photo by Glenn James/NHLI via Getty Images) Marcus Hogberg replaced him and allowed Ovechkin's second goal while stopping 10 shots. Oshie's tying goal came at 1:19 of the second. Radko Gudas gave Washington a 2-1 lead at 18:32 and Ovechkin's 25th goal of the...
January 6th, 2020
Ottawa Senators

In today's NHL rumor rundown, there is buzz surrounding the New York Rangers and what they're doing with their goaltending situation, the Pittsburgh Penguins have a decision to make in net and is literally every contending team in the market for the same Ottawa Senators' forward? Rangers Catch Attention With Goaltending Moves The New York Rangers recalled goaltender Igor Shesterkin from their American Hockey League affiliate team, the Hartford Wolf Pack which has caught some attention around the NHL. Many consider Shesterkin to be the eventual started in New York and this will likely see Shesterkin and current backup Alexander Georgiev competing for similar minutes. Igor Shesterkin during a 2015 KHL game (www.dinamoriga.eu) Larry Brooks of the New York Post tweeted that the call up of Shesterkin could indicate the Rangers plan moving forward is to deal one of their goaltenders. He also adds that Shesterkin has a clause in his contract that would allow him to...
January 5th, 2020
Senators History

Long before he became one of the biggest and most disappointing contracts in New York Islanders franchise history, Alexei Yashin was traded to the Islanders from the Ottawa Senators back on June 23, 2001. At the time, Yashin was a talented forward with a high-skill level and offensive upside that was clearly appealing to the Islanders and their general manager at the time, Mike Milbury. So much so, that Milbury moved a budding defenceman, a frisky forward and a first-round pick in 2001. While Yashin spent the first seven seasons of his NHL career with the Senators, the team shipped the forward to the Islanders following two 85-plus point seasons for Bill Muckalt, Zdeno Chara and a first-round pick that turned into Jason Spezza at second overall in 2001. But how did the trade play out for both teams? Let’s have a look. Over Yashin Yet? In seven years with the Senators, Yashin was nearly a point-per-game player. He had 218 goals and 491 points in 504 regular season...
January 5th, 2020
Tampa Bay Lightning

OTTAWA — Tyler Johnson scored with 1:30 left in regulation as the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Saturday to extend their winning streak to six games. The final minute of play had fans on their feet as many believed the Senators had tied the game, but the goal was called off because Colin White deliberately head-butted the puck past Curtis McElhinney, who made 25 saves. The Lightning (23-13-4) got second-period goals from Carter Verhaeghe and Kevin Shattenkirk, before Brayden Point tied the game 3-3 in the third period. Alex Killorn added an empty-net goal with just seven second remaining in the game. Point showed some patience to handcuff Mark Borowiecki and wristed a shot past Anderson to tie the game 3-3 at the eight-minute mark of the third. Tampa Bay Lightning center Brayden Point (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File) Chris Tierney, Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Borowiecki scored second-period...