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Game 21 Hub: Sens @ Wings

Game 21 Hub: Sens @ Wings

Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports The road trip rolls into the motor city After being run over a little by the Sabres and Jack Eichel in the second game of the weekend’s back to back, the Senators look to rebound in Detroit. They face a Wings team that points in each of their last five games, but is still tied with Ottawa at 17 points. Max Veronneau was called up yesterday, though the reasons for the recall aren’t fully clear. The best clue came from Bobby Ryan leaving practice yesterday, but that happened after Verroneau had been recalled. We might get some more insight when DJ Smith...
Silver Seven Nov 18, 2019
Three Stars: Pageau, Ennis, Duclair

Three Stars: Pageau, Ennis, Duclair

Photo by Andy Marlin/NHLI via We are Brady Tkachuk weeks into the season. After starting the week by being on the wrong end of an 8-2 beating, courtesy of the Carolina Hurricanes, the Ottawa Senators answered back with three solid performances. At week’s end, they were 2-2, and realistically could have been 3-1. Wins 4-2 and 2-1 over the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers, respectively, followed by a 4-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres that was closer than the score indicated, yielded some really nice performances from the Senators. So, let’s get down to it. Here are the Ottawa...
Silver Seven Nov 18, 2019
Coach’s Corner, OTTHAC, and More

Coach’s Corner, OTTHAC, and More

Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NHLI via We’ve got your Monday Links, News and Notes We had ourselves a week here in Ottawa, didn’t we? The Carolina Hurricanes globetrotted on the Senators Monday night to the tune of an 8-2 stomping. The Sens regained composure in time to defeat the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers [still sic] and then lost said composure in time to lose to the Buffalo Sabres [slightly less sic]. I have said it before and I will say it again, in this era, Jack Eichel will assume the role previously played by Jaromir Jagr and average over a point per game...
Silver Seven Nov 17, 2019
Should Erik Brännström play more?

Should Erik Brännström play more?

In our (belated) weekly question, we ask: should the Sens’ young prospect be given more ice-time? My apologies, friends, for the tardiness of this week’s edition of our Weekly Question. It will return to its regular Saturday posting next week. This week we ask: should Erik Brännström be playing more? Despite making the team out of camp, the young defenseman has failed to really earn DJ Smith’s trust. Brännström’s averaging a meager 13:46 a night, by far the lowest total among the regular defensemen (Mark Borowiecki is next lowest at 16:31). He hasn’t been spectacular, but...
The Hockey Writers Nov 17, 2019

Eichel Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Sabres Top Senators 4-2

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jack Eichel scored four goals to lead the Buffalo Sabres to a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday night. It was the first four-goal performance of Eichel’s five-year NHL career, and the first by a Sabres player since Thomas Vanek in April 2010. It was Eichel’s second hat trick, with […] The post Eichel Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Sabres Top Senators 4-2 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Silver Seven Nov 16, 2019
Eichel’s Four-Goal Night Downs Sens

Eichel’s Four-Goal Night Downs Sens

Photo by Nicholas T. LoVerde/ The Buffalo captain did it all to beat the Sens 4-2. In the midst of a two-game winning streak, the Ottawa Senators put forth another good effort in the second game of a back-to-back. Alas, twas not to be. Jack Eichel took care of all the scoring himself, despite retaliation from Anthony Duclair and Tyler Ennis, and the Buffalo Sabres skated to a 4-2 victory. The Sabres snapped a six-game losing skid, and the Senators saw their streak come to an end, falling to 8-11-1 on the season. After a scoreless first period, Eichel opened the scoring 1:28 into the...
Silver Seven Nov 16, 2019
Game 20 Hub: Sens @ Sabres

Game 20 Hub: Sens @ Sabres

Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports The Sens hit the road for the second half of their back-to-back. “The Ottawa Senators are winning games” isn’t the sentence I was expecting to open this preview with, but here we are. The Sens have won four of their last five games, including last night’s 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. Playoffs are still a massive long shot after their expectedly treacherous start, but the team has been rolling as of late. There’s no morning skate today due to the team’s travel schedule, meaning the lines and pairings will likely stay the same from...
The Hockey Writers Nov 15, 2019

Senators Score Twice in Second Period en Route to Win over Flyers

OTTAWA — Filip Chlapik’s second-period goal stood as the winner, Anders Nilsson made 26 saves and the Ottawa Senators killed off a late four-minute power play to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 Friday night. Colin White took a double minor for high sticking Claude Giroux with just over four minutes remaining in the game to leave the Senators shorthanded. […] The post Senators Score Twice in Second Period en Route to Win over Flyers appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Silver Seven Nov 15, 2019
Hard work prevails as Sens battle past Flyers, 2-1

Hard work prevails as Sens battle past Flyers, 2-1

MY TWO SONS | Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports Tyler Ennis and Filip Chlapik score, while Anders Nilsson stands tall (figuratively, and literally) In D.J. Smith’s first press conference with the Ottawa Senators, he communicated that he wanted the team’s identity to be a physical, hard-working team that others hate to play against. Well, a quarter of the way into his first season with the team, and you’re starting to see those effects. This timeline makes sense. Recall when Guy Boucher started with the Sens, his first game was a run-and-gun victory against the up-and-coming Toronto...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 15, 2019
Preview: Flyers look to extend point streak vs. Senators

Preview: Flyers look to extend point streak vs. Senators

Photo by Drew Hallowell/ I mean, they gotta beat Ottawa, right? The Flyers started their last game poorly vs. Washington, and it may have kept them from two points. Although they fought back to tie the game, force overtime and get a point out of it, their win streak was broken at four. They’ll hope to get back to their winning ways against arguably the worst team in the NHL, on paper, in the Ottawa Senators. In full rebuild mode, the Senators are a team hoping to build around young stars like Brady Tkachuk, and Thomas Chabot. Despite the obvious concerns with the skill level on the...
Silver Seven Nov 15, 2019
Game 19 Hub: Flyers @ Senators

Game 19 Hub: Flyers @ Senators

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports A quick pit-stop back home The Senators are back in Ottawa for just their third home game in the month of Roadvember, fresh off a well earned comeback win in New Jersey. Logan Brown is off injured reserve and ready to draw back in, while Bobby Ryan has earned his way out of the press box. J.C. Beaudin and Jonathan Davidsson were sent down to Belleville yesterday. Anders Nilsson gets the start, while Craig Anderson presumably gets the nod tomorrow night in Buffalo. Tkachuk - L.Brown - Duclair Paul - Pageau - C.Brown Ennis - White - Namestnikov Chlapik -...
Silver Seven Nov 15, 2019
Cost Per Pointcast: JG Pageau for MVP

Cost Per Pointcast: JG Pageau for MVP

Talking about Pageau’s incredible start, Nick Paul’s emergence, pending UFAs and more! With the Sens having a winning record in their last ten games, Colin and Trevor look at the Sens’ recent performance in the latest episode of the Cost Per Pointcast. Is Pageau’s hot streak sustainable, or should he be a trade trip at the deadline? What have we learned from the emergence of Nick Paul? What ice cream flavour best describes Anders Nilsson? All that are more are discussed in episode 57. Time stamps are below: 0:00 — Intro 1:19 — Pageau’s fantastic start 10:40 — Which...
The Hockey Writers Nov 14, 2019

Senators Vets Lead the Way in Road Triumph

The Ottawa Senators haven’t had the start they wanted this season but things may not be as bad as they appear on the surface of their 7-10-1 record. Led by the first hat trick of Jean-Gabriel Pageau’s career (regular season) and Craig Anderson’s 21 saves the Senators picked up their second road win of the […] The post Senators Vets Lead the Way in Road Triumph appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Nov 14, 2019
Fantasy Update: Jean-Gabriel Pageau is valuable for Senators

Fantasy Update: Jean-Gabriel Pageau is valuable for Senators

Andy McNamara breaks down some underrated fantasy options in Jean-Gabriel Pageau of the Ottawa Senators, and Duncan Keith on defence for the Chicago Blackhawks, among other fantasy advice. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Silver Seven Nov 14, 2019
Women in Sports, Gretzky’s Coaching Invite and Future GM Luongo?

Women in Sports, Gretzky’s Coaching Invite and Future GM Luongo?

Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Your Thursday links, news and notes The Senators showed some true resilience as they answered back with an in impressive win against the New Jersey Devils after being crushed by the New York Islanders a few nights ago. The JG Pageau surge continues with a hat trick that further increases his trade value, should the Senators decide to part ways with him at the deadline. Now, let’s delve into this Thursday’s news and links the hockey world. Women in Sports: a reality worth supporting Nina Kolundzija is probably not a name many have heard of. She is a...

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