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Regina Pats have big plans for rookie import Filip Ahl

Filip Ahl definitely stood out in his first practice with the Regina Pats.

At 6-foot-4 and 224 pounds, the 19-year-old import was the largest player on the ice during Saturday’s on-ice session at the Co-operators Centre. 473 more words

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Former Sens goalie Robin Lehner out of World Cup

Throughout his career with the Ottawa Senators, goaltender Robin Lehner served as a never-ending soap opera due to his assorted controversial comments and injuries.

Now comes word that Lehner, traded to Buffalo following the 2015-16 season, won’t be joining Senators captain Erik Karlsson on Sweden’s World Cup team. 627 more words

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Diving In to the Capitals 2016-17 Schedule: Toughest Stretches and Big-Stage Games

As the 2016-17 NHL season quickly approaches, the Capitals will look to defend their Metropolitan Division crown, and they will attempt to remain one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference. 580 more words


Fanning The Heat-er

Come October 2016 it will have been a decade since the beginning of Dany Heatley’s back to back 50 goal campaigns.

Today, the 35 year old “Heater” as he was once called amongst his teammates, is a member of the Nurnberg Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. 1,037 more words


Newly signed Ceci looks to return to playoffs with Senators

Soft spoken at the best of times, Cody Ceci sounded a tad under the weather Wednesday as he discussed the new two-year, $5.6-million extension he signed with the Ottawa Senators. 789 more words

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Erik Karlsson reports for World Cup of Hockey duty in tip-top shape: 'It has been a good summer'

OTTAWA — Remember all the public criticism of Erik Karlsson last August, when the Senators captain was pushing 200 pounds, perfectly content to gradually work his way back into peak form as training camp approached? 968 more words


Cody Ceci Signs with the Senators

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Restricted free agent defenseman Cody Ceci has agreed to terms with the Ottawa Senators. The contract is for 2 seasons with an average annual value of around $2.8 million. 85 more words