The Marian Hossa for Dany Heatley Trade, Revisited
Fifteen years ago, the Ottawa Senators and Atlanta Thrashers shocked the hockey world in a superstar for superstar (plus Greg de Vries) trade. Let’s take a look back at the players involved, the trade itself, and the aftermath. Marian Hossa as a Senator Drafted 12th overall in 1997, some were disappointed that the Senators opted […]
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Senators Have Examples for What They Need to Do
While Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion is focused on who to select in the upcoming NHL Draft, he would be wise to also take a look at successful non-draft acquisitions made by Stanley Cup-winning teams. For example, in the lead-up to the 2009 NHL trade deadline, the Pittsburgh Penguins acquired Chris Kunitz. At the […]
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Ottawa Senators’ Goalie Options for 2020-21
Earlier, I wrote about the Ottawa Senators’ young goalies. While there is plenty of hope for the long term future with that young group, the short term is much more of a question mark. While Craig Anderson has yet to make an announcement about his future, his last few seasons were mediocre and at the […]
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Ottawa Senators’ History of Game 7 Struggles
The two best words in sports: Game 7. That is unless you’re an Ottawa Senators fan. Not once has the fanbase been able to revel in post-Game 7 pandamonium following a win. The Senators are one of three active NHL teams to have played at least one series-deciding game without a win. The Arizona Coyotes […]
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Senators: Colin White’s NHL Outlook
Colin White’s time with the Ottawa Senators has been interesting, to say the least. Let’s take a look at the White years. The Beginning White was selected 21st overall in the 2015 NHL Draft. There was nothing strange about him being chosen in that range, but unfortunately, Ottawa 67’s star Travis Konecny was still available, […]
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Senators’ All-Time One and Done Goalies
My last article took a look at the 10 Ottawa Senators’ skaters who had played just one NHL game with the organization. As for the goalies, it’s a much smaller list – only 38 goalies have played at the NHL level for the Senators. Of those guys, there are five who were one and done. […]
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Senators’ All-Time One and Done Skaters
In the history of the Ottawa Senators, 346 skaters have played for them. Of those skaters, 10 played just one game. I’d like to introduce you to the Ottawa One and Done Senators’ Skaters: 1992-93: Martin St. Amour A former 2nd round pick of the Montreal Canadiens, St. Amour played his one game towards the […]
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Focusing in on the Senators’ Promising Forward Prospects
If you’ve been following along, I first wrote about the young Ottawa Senators’ goalies. Next, it was their defensemen. Now, time for the forwards. Coming into the 2019-20 season, the Senators’ young forward prospects were looked at by many as a rather mediocre group. However, with big-time performances from a number of their players up […]
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A Look at the Senators’ Young Defensemen
My last article focused on the Ottawa Senators’ young group of goalies. Now, it’s time for the defensemen. Senators fans know by now that young defensemen are difficult to project. At one point, the franchise thought they had a future top-four locked and loaded. It was a group that included Erik Karlsson, David Rundblad, Jared […]
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Diving into the Senators’ Deep Group of Young Goalies
The voodoo position. Goalies are sometimes as tough to figure out as the Bermuda Triangle. One minute you have a great goalie and the next, he’s chopped liver. The opposite can be true as well, as a goalie like Jordan Binnington came out of seemingly nowhere to become a Stanley Cup champion. Regardless of how […]
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