Senators Need to Target These Mid-Tier Free Agents
The National Hockey League offseason is a time for reflection, ample rest, and the ability to look back and wonder what could have been (or what was) for 31 teams. Heading into the 2020-21 season amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ottawa Senators are a club looking to upgrade in several areas. They would greatly benefit […]
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Senators’ Logan Brown an Important Piece if He Can Stay Healthy
The Ottawa Senators are one of seven teams that didn’t qualify for the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Instead, they have their sights set on the future and the plethora of talented youngsters who may be ready to join the lineup. Raleigh, North Carolina native, Logan Brown fits the description, as a key cog in the […]
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Barrie Colts Alumni: Where Are They Now?
The Barrie Colts of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) have a long and storied history of producing and developing top-tier NHL talent. Their “barn” which is now called Sadlon Arena, has seen artistry don the infamous Colts crest. Related: Quebec Nordiques – A History of Beer, Brawls, and Van Halen Passion for hockey runs deep […]
Colin White Still Key Despite Senators’ Down Season
At the end of the 2018-19 campaign, Ottawa Senators forward Colin White had his first full year in the NHL under his belt. His production was impressive scoring 14 goals and 41 points in 71 games. A year later, White’s production, on-ice performance, and ice-time decreased for seven goals and 23 points in 61 games […]
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Senators’ Connor Brown Had a Solid First Season in Ottawa
The Ottawa Senators’ last few seasons have seen many new faces. Rugged veterans and established NHL players such as Mika Zibanejad, Erik Karlsson, Mike Hoffman, Dion Phaneuf, Mark Stone, Derick Brassard, Matt Duchene, Kyle Turris, Marc Methot, and Robin Lehner have departed and made way for younger players and prospects as the Senators continue their […]
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Senators’ Batherson Ready for 2020-21 Roster Spot
In the past few seasons, the Ottawa Senators have stockpiled significant talent. The days of Mark Stone, Matt Duchene, Derick Brassard, Erik Karlsson, Daniel Alfredsson, and Jean-Gabriel Pageau, have given way to talented youngsters. One of those players is Drake Batherson. Related: Revisiting the Mika Zibanejad Trade In just a few days’ time, 24 NHL […]
Coyotes’ 2020 Playoffs Difference-Makers: Hjalmarsson, Schmaltz & Chychrun
Is there anything better than the National Hockey League Playoffs? After a four-and-a-half month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it looks as though the puck will drop on an expanded, 24-team postseason in just under two weeks’ time. The Arizona Coyotes are among the teams vying for a shot at Lord Stanley’s mug. Standing […]
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Senators 2020-21 Defense: Who’s In & Who’s Out?
On Monday, training camp 2.0 kicked off for 24 teams across the National Hockey League. The Ottawa Senators were not one of those teams. Despite being eliminated from postseason contention, the Senators and their passionate fanbase have a lot to look forward to. Related: Ottawa Senators’ Coaching History One area of growth has been on […]
Coyotes’ Tocchet Deserves Serious Jack Adams Consideration
Besides a Stanley Cup, the Jack Adams Award is the most coveted trophy a head coach can win in the National Hockey League. By definition, the Jack Adams is awarded annually to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team’s success. The 2019-20 campaign, like in many past seasons, has seen […]
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Barrie Colts Land Stanislav Vrhel in CHL Import Draft
Each year, the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) Import Draft presents exciting and intriguing opportunities for all Canadian junior teams. This annual event allows clubs from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Western Hockey League (WHL) to select draft-eligible players who do not hold residency status in either Canada or […]
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Senators’ Paul Poised for 20-Goal Season
Over the past few seasons, the major talking points regarding the Ottawa Senators have revolved around their owner, Eugene Melnyk, and their plethora of talented youngsters. Some of these young guns currently hold roster sports, while others are flexed between the NHL and Ottawa’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Binghamton Senators. With Ottawa granted […]
Blue Jackets Will Miss Anderson’s Size and Physicality Against Maple Leafs
It’s been a whirlwind season for the Columbus Blue Jackets. From high-profile offseason subtractions, a vast plethora of injuries, the COVID-19 pandemic, and their surprising play, fans will certainly remember the 2019-20 campaign. With the NHL’s 24-team, return-to-play playoff format finalized, the Blue Jackets are slated to face-off against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Given the […]
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Senators Have Strong History With French-Canadian Players
On December 6, 1990, the city of Ottawa was officially awarded an NHL franchise. Twenty-two months later, the Ottawa Senators kicked off their inaugural season. Over their 28-year history, the Senators have had many recognizable faces. Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza, Erik Karlsson, Dany Heatley, Marian Hossa, and Chris Phillips are just some of the all-time […]
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Pick One Blue Jacket: Pierre-Luc Dubois or Zach Werenski
The National Hockey League is renowned for parity. Commissioner Gary Bettman and deputy commissioner Bill Daly wouldn’t have it any other way. This parity comes with the fact that each and every season sees the emergence of new clubs vying for a legitimate shot at Lord Stanley. Parity also appears in the form of elite-level […]
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Spezza’s Consistency and Skill Make Him a Senators Legend
Since its inception into the National Hockey League during the 1992-93 season, many greats have donned the famous black, red, white, and gold of the Ottawa Senators. The past 28 seasons have seen like likes of Daniel Alfredsson, Chris Phillips, Dany Heatley, Erik Karlsson, and Alexei Yashin all make significant names for themselves in Canada’s […]
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Blue Jackets Can Expect Reinforcements When NHL Season Resumes
When the 2019-20 season kicked off in October, many across the NHL landscape didn’t think much of the Columbus Blue Jackets. In fact, some experts wrote them off as a potential playoff team. After shocking the hockey world last spring with their four-game sweep of the Presidents’ Trophy-winning, Tampa Bay Lightning, the Jackets were the […]
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Pick One Senator: Brady Tkachuk or Thomas Chabot
Everyone involved in the NHL possesses varying opinions on how to build a team capable of competing for and ultimately winning the Stanley Cup. If granted the opportunity, how would you construct an NHL franchise? Would you start in goal? Behind the bench? Down the middle? A horse on the blue line? Or would you […]
Blue Jackets’ All-Time Worst First-Round Draft Picks
The NHL Entry Draft. For many owners, general managers, presidents, scouts, coaches, players, and prospects, the annual NHL Draft is one of the most exciting days on the calendar. It provides hope, a fresh start, and the chance to land the next great talent. If history is any indication, many of these great talents are […]
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Senators’ Bernard-Docker Poised for a Bright Future
When you look at the NHL landscape, all 31 teams emphasize drafting and development in today’s salary cap era. Perhaps more than ever, we see franchises accumulate and stockpile first, second, third, and even late-round picks in hopes of finding the next great talent, the “diamond in the rough”, or any who might fall through […]
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Karlsson and the 2017 Playoffs: A Performance for the Ages
Every NHL season is filled with “feel-good” stories. From individual moments of sheer brilliance to tear-jerking fan interactions or simply a team having a mesmerizing season, these moments make up the dynamic and beautiful game of hockey. During his tenure with the Ottawa Senators, Erik Karlsson’s moment came during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Let’s […]
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