7:39 AM EDT, Sat April 18, 2015
Habs Eyes On The Prize 9 hours ago

Canadiens vs Senators Top Six Minutes: How you doin', Habs nation?

After a frenzied 48 hours of Slashgate, the Habs met the Senators in Montreal again in Round 1 to see if there would be a two-game advantage or tie coming out of it. I'm just watching Hockey Central on Sportsnet and two things come to mind: my GOD that was such a theatrical display by Mark Stone after he got shot slashed Wednesday night. I mean, and we all know that no one ever in the history of hockey has been slashed or delivered a slash before, right? Surprise! The victim is suiting up tonight. Mark "very questionable" Stone is good to go! Whaddaya know about that. The second thing is:...
Silver Seven 21 hours ago

Move On

After a controversy-filled game one the Senators - and the fans - can only do one thing: move on. After game one was predictably filled with talking points both on and off the ice there's only one way the team can respond: Move on. P.K. Subban got away with an inadvertent swing at J.G. Pageau's head in game one while attempting to play the puck. He was correctly assessed a five minute penalty and game misconduct for his two-handed chop at Mark Stone's wrist. He wasn't, however, suspended. Whether or not Subban threatened Stone before the slash doesn't really matter either at this point....

Murray says his piece about Subban decision

Murray is also not one to bite his tongue, especially on the hot button topic of how the NHL dealt – or, rather, didn’t deal with --with Subban’s vicious slash on Stone.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Apr 16, 2015

P.K. Subban says he never threatened Mark Stone

After Bryan Murray accused Subban of threatening to injure Mark Stone, Subban says it never happened. This afternoon Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray held an impromptu press conference to elaborate on the injuries suffer by Mark Stone at the hands of a slash by Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban, which you can see here. Murray said that aside from the previously announced microfracture, Stone also has ligament damage in his wrist. However the main thrust of the press conference was clearly to lobby the NHL to reverse their decision to suspend Subban, as Murray...
Senators claim Habs’ Subban threated Stone before slashing him

Senators claim Habs’ Subban threated Stone before slashing him

CHRISTOPHER CURTIS MONTREAL GAZETTE The Senators claim P.K. Subban explicitly threatened Ottawa forward Mark Stone before slashing him midway through Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final series Wednesday night at the Bell Centre. Subban, according to Sens general manager Bryan […]
Silver Seven Apr 16, 2015

Mark Stone Injury Confirmed

After much speculation in broadcast and among fans of both teams, Stone's wrist injury was confirmed by team officials this morning. The first round series between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens got heated early when midway through the second period of game 1, P.K. Subban slashed Mark Stone on the wrist. Subban was assessed a five minute penalty and game misconduct, and Mark Stone was in and out of the game for the remainder of the night favouring his wrist. The Senators have updated his injury status and it's not good. Bryan Murray: "Obviously, Mark Stone is very questionable...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Apr 15, 2015

P.K. Subban thrown out of Game 1 after slashing Mark Stone

Subban received five & a game misconduct in the second period P.K. Subban's Game 1 in Montreal came to an abrupt end on Wednesday night when he received a game misconduct after slashing Ottawa's Mark Stone. With the Canadiens already on the penalty kill, Subban delivered a big slash to the arm of Stone in front of the Habs' net, sending Stone to the ice (and, ultimately, to the locker room) in very apparent agony. The referees reviewed the play and decided to stick with their decision for five and a game, leaving the Canadiens without their best defenseman for the latter...
Silver Seven Apr 13, 2015

Ups and Downs: Week 27

It's still up-and-down, even as the Sens qualified for the playoffs. The Senators went 3-0-0 this week to clinch their playoff spot, setting up a first-round matchup with the Canadiens. Bring it on! Biggest gains: Mark Stone As much as I hate to pick the same guy two weeks in a row, he had four goals and an assist in three games. His second goal against the Flyers was magical. He worked himself into the rookie lead for points, tied with Johnny Gaudreau. I'm all kinds of fired up to watch this guy in the playoffs. Biggest losses: Zack Smith A couple weeks ago, Smith was being tried on the...

Senators benefiting from a hot Stone treatment

NEW YORK • Mark Stone is not the coolest looking hockey player. On the bench, the Senators winger will lift off his helmet and wipe a big mop of hair, or “big loaf” as he terms it. On the ice, between whistles, Stone is constantly bobbing his head like a rooster, flicking the helmet forward […]
Beaver County Times Apr 7, 2015
Stone scores winner in OT to lift Senators past Penguins

Stone scores winner in OT to lift Senators past Penguins

Mark Stone scored 2:43 into overtime to cap Ottawa's comeback from three goals down in a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night to preserve the Senators' playoff hopes.

After latest improbable victory, no one can count the Senators out

Senators 4, Penguins 3 (OT) The Ottawa Senators impossible dream isn’t over just yet. In a season full of remarkable comebacks, the Ottawa Senators saved their best comeback for their last regular season game at Canadian Tire Centre Tuesday – keeping alive their faint hopes of making the Stanley Cup playoffs. Mark Stone’s overtime goal […]

As Miller returns for Detroit, Stone breathes easier

Miller, the Detroit Red Wings winger, required 60 stitches to close a ghastly cut above and below his right eye when the skate of Ottawa Senators winger Mark Stone accidently clipped him Tuesday. Remarkably, he returned to the Red Wings lineup Thursday against the Boston Bruins.

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