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Hockey analyst says Sens will miss playoffs

An advanced hockey statistician is predicting that the Ottawa Senators will finish the season with 86 points, just shy of a trip to the NHL playoffs. 393 more words


Hockey Fights Cancer has a local focus

The Ottawa Senators will host Hockey Fights Cancer on Wednesday night, with a focus that is close to home.

Prior to the start of the Maple Leafs-Senators game at the Canadian Tire Centre, Senators wives and girlfriends, along with team president Cyril Leeder and Senators Foundation president Danielle Robinson will hand out Hockey Fights Cancer cards to fans. 247 more words

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The 'Old Paul' MacLean is back in charge as Senators flourish

Just a couple of weeks ago, Paul MacLean was high on a list of NHL head coaches on the so-called “hot seat.”

That is, coaches whose jobs would be at risk if the Senators got off to a slow start. 750 more words

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Blue Jackets' McElhinney expected to miss a week

Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Curtis McElhinney is expected to miss a week with an upper body injury after teammate Nick Foligno collided with him during the second period of Saturday’s 3-2 loss in Ottawa. 85 more words

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Mike Hoffman pushes for full time spot with Senators

Once upon a time, nobody in the Ontario Hockey League wanted Mike Hoffman. The Gatineau Olympiques kicked him to the curb. And before he tasted any success with the Binghamton Senators of the American Hockey League, Hoffman spent time in the ECHL. 497 more words

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Confident Karlsson excited about Senators start

Two weeks into the new season with the new captain, the Ottawa Senators look — and sound — like a new team.

“We feel good about ourselves,” says Erik Karlsson of the Senators squad that scratched out a 3-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets Saturday, on the strength of Mike Hoffman’s offence and Robin Lehner’s goaltending. 615 more words

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Senators' Curtis Lazar proves he belongs in Ottawa

After three games of regular season action, it is clear Curtis Lazar is an NHL player.

During a 5-3 win in the Ottawa Senators home opener on Thursday, the 19-year-old was one of the most active and hard-working players as part of a newly-formed line with Zack Smith and Milan Michalek. 431 more words