2:07 PM EDT, Tue March 31, 2015

Cameron waiting to see who will be the healthy choice to play goal in Detroit

DETROIT — The last time Andrew Hammond played at the legendary Joe Louis Arena, he made 54 saves. The last time Craig Anderson played in the old barn, full of cherry red seats and cherished Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup memories, he stopped 39 shots.
Litter Box Cats Mar 29, 2015

Recat: Jagtacular

Jaromir Jagr scored twice as the Panthers kept pace at the bottom of the Eastern Conference playoff picture. Florida collected two points in Ottawa, defeating the Senators, 4-2 late Sunday afternoon. Jaromir Jagr had two goals for the playoff cause. After a scoreless first period which saw the Panthers outshoot Ottawa 14-to-9, Florida finally got on the board when  Jagr slid a power play marker past former Panther Craig Anderson at the 7:46 mark of the middle frame. It was Jagr's 14th of the campaign, and came with assists for Dmitry Kulikov and Jonathan Huberdeau. Eight minutes later, the...

Senators goalie Craig Anderson talks about his start against Maple Leafs

TORONTO – Against the Senators’ most hated rival, in a huge game, Craig Anderson is getting his first start since March 10. Anderson, who has dealt with a deep bone bruise in his right hand for more than two months, is making just his third start since the Jan. 21 game against the Maple Leafs […]

Anderson sidelined again; Hammond starts against 'Canes

RALEIGH, North Carolina • Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson has re-injured his hand forcing the team to recall Chris Driedger from the minors to back-stop Andrew Hammond Tuesday night against the Carolina Hurricanes. Anderson has been plagued by the injury since late January and it has kept him out of the line-up for all but […]

Flames erupt in third, but Senators, Anderson avoid disaster with shootout win

Welcome back, Craig Anderson. The Ottawa Senators' No. 1 goaltender joined the winning party Sunday, but it was far from easy in a 5-4 shootout win over the Calgary Flames.

Anderson returns against Calgary, The Hamburglar sits out

Craig Anderson will return to the Ottawa Senators net Sunday night against the Calgary Flames, replacing the red-hot Andrew Hammond, who has posted a 7-0-1 record in his first eight NHL starts.
Silver Seven Mar 3, 2015

Full Coverage, Game 61: Senators @ Wild

The Senators come in with two notable stats: they are on a five-game win streak, and they did nothing at the trade deadline. In fact, the Sens didn't make a single move all season, unless you count terminating Jakub Culek's contract and signing Brad Mills to a two-way deal. Craig Anderson returns from IR to back up Andrew Hammond. Besides that, Curtis Lazar looks to draw back in for Colin Greening. Here are the projected lines: Hoffman - Zibanejad - Ryan Michalek - Turris - Stone Condra - Pageau - LazarPuempel - Legwand - Chiasson Methot - Karlsson Wiercioch - Ceci Borowiecki - Gryba...

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