2:21 AM EST, Mon March 02, 2015
Rotoworld Feb 7, 2015

Phillips to sit out Saturday v Jackets - Chris Phillips (D) Ottawa Senators

Chris Phillips, who set a Senators' franchise record for games played on Thursday, will sit in the pressbox Saturday against the Blue Jackets.
Silver Seven Feb 5, 2015

Senators lose 2-1 to Capitals in Phillips' 1179th game

The Ottawa Senators started the game on a high note with a celebration of Chris Phillips setting the team record for games played, but they couldn't keep the good times rolling and lost 2-1 to the Washington Capitals If you stopped watching the broadcast of this one after the pre-game ceremony to honour Chris Phillips setting a franchise record for most games played, don't fret: You didn't miss much. Although it wasn't as boring as the loss to the New Jersey Devils earlier in the week, it wasn't far off either. In the first period, both the teams traded possession and generated an...

Sens vs. Capitals

Capitals 2, Senators 1 In the good old days of Chris Phillips’ career with the Ottawa Senators, an Ottawa lead was as good as gold, almost a sure-fire victory. The glory days are, well, history. On the night when Phillips broke former captain Daniel Alfredsson’s record for most games played in franchise history, the Senators […]

Scanlan: For Senators' Chris Phillips, loyalty means as much as longevity

For 18 years, Chris Phillips has been a fixture on the Senators blueline. In his own words, not a “superstar,” but an honest player, a loyal soldier. Loyalty has its privileges, as Phillips learned on Thursday, when he took a dignified bow for playing game No. 1,179 in a Senators uniform. On hand to honour […]

Phillips on 'cloud nine' when Sens won first playoff series

Chris Phillips says he’s often wondered how many players have come and gone during his 18 years in Ottawa. We’re here to help. As near as we can figure, relying on team media guides and online rosters, a total of 212 players have been teammates of Phillips since he first joined the Senators in the […]

Ovechkin opens up on Phillips, Capitals … and himself

Some days, Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin can be a tough nut to crack. At other times, like Thursday morning, he can be a pretty talkative and engaging guy. Told that Senators defenceman Chris Phillips was playing in career game 1,179, Ovechkin certainly seemed impressed. “That’s a lot of games,” he said, praising Phillips and […]
Silver Seven Feb 5, 2015

1179: Chris Phillips and Legacies

A reflection on Chris Phillips and the sense of ambivalence pervading the Senators fan base as he breaks Daniel Alfredsson's franchise record for games played. This is the way it ends. When the Senators face the Washington Capitals tonight, Chris Phillips will play his 1179th game as an Ottawa Senator, surpassing Daniel Alfredsson's mark with the team and establishing a new franchise record. Baring a trade to a future Cup winner, this is likely the last significant achievement of Phillips' career and yet there's an ambivalence about the achievement that has pervaded the season. It was...

Scanlan: Record-setting Phillips greeted by surprise house guest

After arriving late from New Jersey the night before, Chris Phillips woke up Wednesday morning to an unexpected house guest. His own mother. That other house guest, rookie Senators forward Curtis Lazar, who is staying with the Phillips clan this season, enjoyed the commotion. “I could hear a couple of cheers upstairs when he was […]

Young teammates rave about Phillips' career

In the latest event in a three-month stretch of nostalgia, defenceman Chris Phillips will play career game 1,179 Thursday against the Washington Capitals, breaking former captain Daniel Alfredsson’s record for most games played in a Senators uniform.
Silver Seven Feb 3, 2015

Full coverage, Game 49: Ottawa Senators @ New Jersey Devils

Full coverage of the game between the Ottawa Senators and New Jersey Devils on 3 February 2015. The Ottawa Senators will look to win consecutive games for the first time since 29 December and 3 January when they visit the New Jersey Devils tonight. Ottawa has also alternated wins and losses in the last nine games. The Devils are two points behind Ottawa and both teams are heading for an early spring barring a miraculous run. Robin Lehner will start again with Chris Phillips and Eric Gryba the healthy scratches. Here are the lines from Sylvain St-Laurent. MacArthur - Zibanejad - RyanHoffman...

Chris Phillips Photos

Senators Player News