After an outstanding playoff run in 2016-17, there is plenty for Ottawa Senators fans to look forward to in 2017-18. Last season, the Senators made an unlikely run to the Conference Finals, where they were lost in seven games to the eventual Cup-winning Pittsburgh Penguins. It was a remarkable team effort led by an outstanding
If there was ever a time to support the Ottawa Senators in their unlikely quest to the Stanley Cup Finals, it’s now. Up 2-0 in their second-round series against the New York Rangers, the Sens made headlines not for their striking victories but for the lack of fan support or, more precisely, low attendance numbers
The division-rival Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators square-off for the second time this season on Tuesday, November 22 in Montreal. This is the Senators’ first visit of the season to the Bell Centre, where the Habs are essentially unbeatable. Game one of the regular season series between the two took place at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire
The L.A. Kings defeated the Calgary Flames 5-0 on Saturday to kick off their road trip through most of Canada. Saturday’s shutout victory at the Scotiabank Saddledome was the first of five games that will be played against teams north of the US border, with visits to the Air Canada Centre to face the Leafs
Most hockey fans had their eye on the Ottawa Senators this week. With the recent announcement that goaltender Craig Anderson’s wife, Nicholle, was diagnosed with cancer, Senators management gave their starter a leave of absence and as much time as he needed to be with his family. As luck would have it, backup goalie Andrew
As many expected, the Ottawa Senators are trucking along, virtually unnoticed in the early goings of 2014-2015 NHL season. In fact, recently Sens fans have made a bigger splash in the headlines than the team itself: The lack of media attention is likely due to the fact that the team has yet to figure out its identity.
With everyone but the Boston Bruins having played at least 24 of the 48 games in this shortened NHL season, it’s time to take a look at who is leading their respective packs when it comes to the NHL awards. While individual awards are by no means the epitome of hockey, as the Stanley Cup