5:05 AM EDT, Mon July 16, 2018
Silver Seven 13 hours ago
Ray Emery Dead at 35

Ray Emery Dead at 35

Former Senators’ Goalie Drowns in Hamilton, ON Former Ottawa Senators’ goaltender Ray Emery has died. The 35 year-old Cayuga, Ontario native was confirmed by authorities to be the man who tragically drowned while swimming in Hamilton, Ontario on Sunday morning. CP24 first reported that a man visiting the Leander Boating Club decided to go for an early-morning swim with a group of friends, and that he did not re-emerge upon entry into the water. Toronto-based photographer Andrew Collins was the first to report that Emery was the victim, via Twitter. Friends and first responders have...
Ottawa Sun 13 hours ago

Former Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns

Former Ottawa Senators goalie Ray Emery drowned while swimming with friends near the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club around 6 a.m. Sunday, authorities have confirmed. He was 35. “They went out for a swim and unfortunately he did not emerge after diving in,” police Inspector Marty Schulenberg told The Hamilton Spectator. “We responded along with Hamilton […]
The Hockey Writers Jul 14, 2018

Senators’ Tkachuk Has a Tough Decision

With the fourth overall pick in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, the Ottawa Senators selected Brady Tkachuk from Boston University. The son of NHL legend Keith and brother of the Calgary Flames’ Matthew, the youngest Tkachuk has an extremely difficult decision to make this offseason. Tkachuk can choose to head back to BU or try […] The post Senators’ Tkachuk Has a Tough Decision appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Ottawa Sun Jul 10, 2018

Cheapseats: Any interest Tampa has in Karlsson shouldn’t be affected by Kucherov deal

Sometimes it really is hard to believe the Ottawa Senators and Tampa Bay Lightning were born at the same time. They are absolutely nothing alike now. While the Senators are shopping their top player because he wouldn’t accept what’s believed to be a lowball extension offer a year before he is eligible to become an […]
Silver Seven Jul 10, 2018
Karlsson trade front fairly quiet

Karlsson trade front fairly quiet

On July 5th, TSN 1200 personality Shawn Simpson sent the entire Ottawa Senators fanbase into a frenzy: My NHL sources tell me a Karlsson deal to Tampa is done, pending a call with the league office. @TSN1200— Shawn Simpson (@TSNSimmer) July 6, 2018 However, others on Twitter dialed that back, and now five days later, we’re still waiting on any other concrete news. Depending on the day, hour, or even minute, any one of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Dallas Stars, or Vegas Golden Knights can be reported as the favourites to land star defenceman Erik Karlsson: Hearing the rumblings and...
Ottawa Sun Jul 9, 2018

Burrows blames himself for not “doing something” about problems in Senators room

Alex Burrows says multiple factors left the Senators overcome by “negative energy” in their plunge to 30th place last season. In an interview with TSN1200 on Monday afternoon, the retiring veteran of 13 NHL seasons admitted he had never before experienced anything like it. “Uh, never,” said Burrows, who joined the team for the run […]
Sportsnet.ca Jul 9, 2018
Finding right Karlsson trade could be long process for Senators

Finding right Karlsson trade could be long process for Senators

Brian Lawton explains why the Ottawa Senators have to find a trade for Erik Karlsson sooner rather than later. The post Finding right Karlsson trade could be long process for Senators appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Jul 8, 2018

Senators and Karlsson Repeating History

On July 5, 2013, Sens Nation was shocked when their long-time captain and face of the franchise signed with the Detroit Red Wings. One year later, on July 1, 2014, the Ottawa Senators lost their new captain in a blockbuster trade with the Dallas Stars. Only four short years later, it seems that once again […] The post Senators and Karlsson Repeating History appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Ottawa Sun Jul 6, 2018

Erik Karlsson’s still with the Ottawa Senators … for now

Erik Karlsson hasn’t bolted for the Tampa Bay Lightning or anywhere else for that matter. While there was speculation Thursday night that Karlsson had been dealt to the Lightning, the 28-year-old remained the captain of the Ottawa Senators on Friday, so trade talk will continue until a deal is actually made. Though many have tabbed the […]
Silver Seven Jul 6, 2018
Alex Burrows Retires From The NHL

Alex Burrows Retires From The NHL

After 13 seasons, the pest has hung up the skates A player who was never drafted, Alex Burrows had to fight for his spot in the NHL. He didn’t stop fighting for his spot once he got there and spent the majority of his career playing on the edge to stay relevant on the Canucks roster. After spending 11+ season with the Vancouver Canucks, Pierre Dorion pulled one of the most illogical trades (after the one to come later today ;)) to bring him to the Ottawa Senators in February 2017 for one of the Sens top prospects. I will say that at the time of the trade, most Sens fan were furious with...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 6, 2018
Where did it all go wrong for Ottawa Senators?

Where did it all go wrong for Ottawa Senators?

Senators fans hate their owner, the feeling appears to be mutual, and internal dysfunction keeps producing HR messes. How did it get this bad? The post Where did it all go wrong for Ottawa Senators? appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Jul 6, 2018
Senators assistant GM seeks dismissal of ‘baseless’ charge

Senators assistant GM seeks dismissal of ‘baseless’ charge

The lawyer for Ottawa Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee is now seeking dismissal for questionable harassment charges against Lee. The post Senators assistant GM seeks dismissal of ‘baseless’ charge appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Jul 6, 2018
Senators know parting ways with Karlsson is only solution

Senators know parting ways with Karlsson is only solution

TVA Sports insider Renaud Lavoie joins The Jeff Blair Show to discuss how he believes the Ottawa Senators are approaching Erik Karlsson trade talks. The post Maple Leafs’ Hyman thrilled to have Tavares as teammate appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Ottawa Sun Jul 5, 2018

Senators’ Stone and Ceci file for arbitration at the deadline

Mark Stone and Cody Ceci have taken the next step in getting contracts completed with the Ottawa Senators, filing for arbitration at the league-imposed deadline of 5 p.m. Thursday. With no new deals in place, the moves were expected by the restricted free agent winger and defenceman, but nobody should be alarmed by this news […]
Sportsnet.ca Jul 5, 2018
Is trading Karlsson a no-win situation for Senators?

Is trading Karlsson a no-win situation for Senators?

NHL Analyst Gary Galley joins Tim and Caroline to breakdown the future of Erik Karlsson and whether the Ottawa Senators will benefit from the aftermath. The post Is trading Karlsson a no-win situation for Senators? appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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