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Nicholle Anderson counting the days until the end of her treatment and a return to Canada

Nicholle Anderson is counting the days — Ottawa Senators style — until she can return to Canada.

On her blog Monday, Anderson, the wife of Senators goalie Craig Anderson, wrote that they have only three days left until her final radiation treatment Thursday. 258 more words

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Scanlan: Senators take aim at a top three spot in the Atlantic

Head coach Mike Babcock is asking Toronto media to dial back the hype on his burgeoning Leafs.

“Just chill,” Babcock said. Good luck with that one, Mike. 782 more words

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Mike Condon makes his 10th straight start for Senators

Mike Condon won’t be getting a break any time soon.

As the Senators prepare to open the second half against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at the Scottrade Center, coach Guy Boucher confirmed Condon will make his 19th straight appearance and 10th straight start for Ottawa. 520 more words

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Senators must look ahead to clinch playoff spot

The Senators arrived at the mid-point of the season sitting in a playoff spot.

The key now is to stay there.

A loss to the Maple Leafs in the Battle of Ontario on a Saturday night is a never a pleasant experience and the 4-2 defeat on the weekend in front of 19,572 at the Canadian Tire Centre was huge because it left both teams tied for third spot in the Atlantic Division, with Toronto holding the tiebreaker. 864 more words

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Battle of Ontario is back: Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators will meet in meaningful games for years to come

The sights and sounds were familiar.

Full stands at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre, buoyed by a deep sea of blue-and-white sweaters. Chants running back and forth between the Maple Leafs forces and the hometown Senators before the game was minutes old. 732 more words


Curtis McElhinney makes 35 saves in his Toronto debut, Maple Leafs edge past Ottawa Senators 4-2

OTTAWA — The Toronto Maple Leafs finished the first half of the 2016-17 season the same way they they started it — with a star performance from a player making his Maple Leafs debut. 766 more words


Facing Maple Leafs always very special for Senators' Kelly

Raised in Toronto, Chris Kelly’s first favourite team was naturally the Maple Leafs.

He liked Doug Gilmour, Wendel Clark, Sergei Berezen … “and Nik Borschevsky, when he scored that big (playoff) goal in Detroit,” said Kelly. 399 more words

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