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Silver Seven Mar 28, 2020
Rewatch: Stone Continues Sens’ Miracle Run in OT

Rewatch: Stone Continues Sens’ Miracle Run in OT

Photo by Andre Ringuette/NHLI via The rookie comes through again, the Sens are still alive. April 7, 2015 In their final home game of the 2014-2015 season, it was once again do or die for the Ottawa Senators. With just three contests remaining in the regular season, and two points out of the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot, every game is Game 7 for the Sens. The magic was still in the air tonight, and this team is not done yet. Andrew Hammond settled down after a rocky start, finishing the game in his usual magnificent fashion, and Mark Stone capped off the epic 4-3 comeback...
Silver Seven Mar 28, 2020
Re-Watch: 07/05/15, Game 80: Pens @ Sens Game Hub

Re-Watch: 07/05/15, Game 80: Pens @ Sens Game Hub

Photo by Jana Chytilova/NHLI via The inaugural edition takes you back to the Hamburglar run! Welcome to Sens Re-Watch! In this new segment, we’ll go back in time to watch a classic Ottawa Senators game together. After the game, we’ll post a full recap as if it were happening in real time! Be sure to tune into to the YouTube link below at 7:30pm ET, and come back here to chat with the rest of our readers! Special thanks to former Staff Writer Adnan, the one who did the original preview and saved me a lot of painstaking research! With three games remaining in the 2014-2015 regular...
CBC News Mar 28, 2020
Senators broadcaster Gord Wilson tests positive for COVID-19 after 2 players

Senators broadcaster Gord Wilson tests positive for COVID-19 after 2 players

Longtime Ottawa Senators broadcaster Gord Wilson has tested positive for COVID-19. He is currently recovering at home while his wife, Patricia Boal, has not tested positive for the coronavirus.
Los Angeles Times Mar 28, 2020

Third member of Ottawa Senators' traveling party tests positive for COVID-19

Ottawa Senators radio analyst Gord Wilson has tested positive for COVID-19. He is the third member of the NHL team's traveling party to have done so.
Sportsnet.ca Mar 27, 2020
Senators all-time Dream Team for Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final

Senators all-time Dream Team for Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final

Memo to all the armchair general managers out there. Try this on for size: assemble your all-time Ottawa Senators team, for one game only. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Silver Seven Mar 27, 2020
Five Thoughts for a Friday

Five Thoughts for a Friday

Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Bongarts/ Just pretend the Senators played the Bruins last night It goes without saying, at this point, but I reiterate as a formality, hockey couldn’t be farther from a priority for most folks right now so by all means, stay informed and stay safe above all else. We’re here as a distraction from the difficulties many are living through right now so if you need some hockey content to get your mind clear of the harsh realities of the twenty-first century then indulge in these five thoughts. International Free Agents As Shaan noted in his article yesterday,...
Silver Seven Mar 26, 2020
Thursday LNN: Pinto is “Reaching” New Heights

Thursday LNN: Pinto is “Reaching” New Heights

Photo by Richard A. Whittaker/Icon Sportswire via Plus the latest on Artyom Zub, Olle Alsing and Viktor Lodin! I hope all of you are reading this Thursday edition of Links, News and Notes while in good health, and staying as safe as the Senators during the 1st round of a draft! Updates around the league continue to flow in due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It was announced yesterday that the Scouting Combine, NHL draft, and NHL Awards have been postponed until further notice. I would expect these events to be rescheduled based on the conclusion of the 2019-20 season, which could extend...
The Hockey Writers Mar 25, 2020

Revisiting the Senators’ Brassard Trade to Pittsburgh

When the New York Rangers traded Derick Brassard to the Ottawa Senators for Mika Zibanajad on July 18, 2016, the questionable move was deemed an early success when the Senators reached the Eastern Conference Final in 2017. After the Sens lost that series in seven games to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the team went into a […] The post Revisiting the Senators’ Brassard Trade to Pittsburgh appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Mar 25, 2020

Senators Who Need Jerseys Retired After Phillips

With only two jerseys retired in the history of the revived Ottawa Senators, there could stand to be some new additions. It could take some time, though. Defenseman Chris Phillips’ No. 4 jersey just got retired alongside long-time captain Daniel Alfredsson’s (No. 11). Admittedly few others come close to matching their contributions to the team, […] The post Senators Who Need Jerseys Retired After Phillips appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Mar 24, 2020
Five intriguing Senators prospects to watch: Josh Norris developing fast

Five intriguing Senators prospects to watch: Josh Norris developing fast

From centres to goalies, a look at the five most interesting prospects in the Ottawa Senators’ pipeline. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Mar 23, 2020

Senators Showdown: Patrick Lalime vs. Craig Anderson

Since their first season in the NHL in 1992-93, the Ottawa Senators have struggled to find an uncontested number one goalie. The team has seen some great performances, such as Ray Emery’s trip to the Stanley Cup Final or Andrew Hammond’s 20-1-2 rookie season, but neither goalie followed up their feats with sustained success and […] The post Senators Showdown: Patrick Lalime vs. Craig Anderson appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Mar 22, 2020

Ottawa Senators: State of the Franchise

As the fate of the NHL season hangs in the balance due to the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is now time to evaluate the Ottawa Senators organization. When the season was “paused” on March 13, the Sens had a record of 25-34-12 through 71 games. This had them on pace for 72 points, […] The post Ottawa Senators: State of the Franchise appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Los Angeles Times Mar 21, 2020

Second Ottawa Senators player tests positive for the coronavirus

The second Ottawa Senators player who tested positive for the coronavirus was with the team when it played the Kings, Ducks and Sharks in California.
Silver Seven Mar 21, 2020
Second Senators Player Tests Positive For COVID-19

Second Senators Player Tests Positive For COVID-19

Photo by Phillip MacCallum/ The player was on the California road trip. With the Ottawa Senators already having a player test positive for COVID-19, the infectious nature of the disease made it nearly a foregone conclusion that other cases would be confirmed. So when the team announced, today, that a second player has the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, it came as little surprise to most. A second #Sens player has tested positive for COVID-19. The player was part of the recent away trip that included games in San Jose, Anaheim and Los Angeles.MORE: https://t.co/XWSkUJK1nd...
Sportsnet.ca Mar 21, 2020
Second Senators player tests positive for COVID-19

Second Senators player tests positive for COVID-19

The Ottawa Senators announced Saturday that a second player from the team has tested positive for COVID-19. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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