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Columbus Blue Jackets dampen playoff hopes for slumping Ottawa Senators by posting 4-2 win

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ottawa Senators took one on the chin Saturday night and it may end being the knockout punch to their slim playoff hopes. 1,277 more words

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Ottawa Senators lose their third straight; Borowiecki leaves with injury

Blue Jackets 4, Senators 2

COLUMBUS — The Senators took one on the chin Saturday night, and it may end being the knockout punch to their slim playoff hopes. 865 more words

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For the 950th time, Senators' Chris Neil puts in new laces before the game

COLUMBUS — The significance of the moment wasn’t lost on Chris Neil Saturday morning at the Nationwide Arena.

After the morning skate on Saturday — in advance of a contest against the Columbus Blue Jackets — he cut off a perfectly good set of skate laces and started putting on a new set, just like he has before the other 949 games he’s suited up for as an Ottawa Senator. 845 more words

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Sens shuffle line: Wideman and Anderson in, Wiercioch and Hammond out

COLUMBUS — Senators’ coach Dave Cameron will shuffle the deck on defence Saturday night.

And, it will stay that way until somebody grabs the job. 166 more words

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Senators 'can't have any passengers' moving forward

COLUMBUS — Bryan Murray was trying to show the Senators he still believes this club can make the playoffs when he acquired defenceman Dion Phaneuf on Tuesday. 1,169 more words

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Oh captain, my captain…see you later

The NHL trade deadline isn’t until Feb. 29, but that didn’t stop the Toronto Maple Leafs from pulling the trigger on a huge deal this week. 514 more words

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Iginla Tallies Three Points, Avalanche Knock Off Sens

(Source: nhl.com)

The offensive catalyst for the Avs tonight was 38 year old Jarome Iginla as the Avalanche knock off the Senators 4-3.

He scored twice on the power play and added a helper along with 26 save performance from Semyon Varlamov gave the Avalanche another two points in the Central Division playoff race. 271 more words

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