12:16 AM EST, Sat December 14, 2019
Eyes On The Prize

Recap: Ben Chiarot’s sure shot secures two points for Montreal

Photo by Vincent Ethier/Icon Sportswire via The unlikeliest of overtime heroes emerged for the Habs in a third straight win. The Montreal Canadiens were rolling into Wednesday night’s showdown with Ottawa Senators riding high, but wounded. Matthew Peca joined the list of injured players after being on the rough end of a collision with Evgeni Malkin on Tuesday night. Ryan Poehling and Christian Folin rejoined the team however, Folin after his conditioning stint and Poehling to replace Peca after one recall earlier in the season. Despite the injuries, the Canadiens are playing some of...

Broad Street Hockey

Preview: Flyers hope to cool off Avalanche in first meeting of the season

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via No Teeks, hopefully no problem vs. Avalanche. Hello folks, it’s been a little while! The Flyers hit the ice for the first time since Saturday’s win over the Ottawa Senators, as they take on the Colorado Avalanche. They’ll do so however without leading point scorer, Travis Konecny. The Flyers’ forward suffered a concussion in the win over Ottawa, and is out indefinitely. Tonight, the Flyers look to survive without Konecny, against the Avalanche with one of the most lethal offenses in the league. The Avs are second in the league in goals, but also...

Sportsnet.ca

Senators goaltending depth tested by Craig Anderson’s injuries

When a veteran goalie gets injured at this time of year, it can impact a team in different ways. The Ottawa Senators are experiencing it all with Craig Anderson right now. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Broad Street Hockey

Tuesday Morning Fly By: Everything is bad!

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *Well, as we all feared, Travis Konecny suffered a concussion in Saturday’s game against the Senators. We just can’t have nice things. It’s a big deal, so here are all the relevant links. [BSH] [Inquirer] [Courier-Post] [NBC Sports Philly] [Sportsnet] [ProHockeyTalk] *Joel Farabee will also be sidelined for some amount of time, but he’s just getting is wisdom teeth out, so hopefully that’s like one game tops. *ANYWAY let’s talk about something good,...

Sportsnet.ca

Senators’ Craig Anderson to miss a week with knee injury

The Ottawa Senators have placed goalie Craig Anderson on injured reserve with a lower-body injury for the second time in less than a month. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

Ottawa Senators Craig Anderson Out With Injury

The Ottawa Senators have lost goaltender Craig Anderson for a time. The 38-year-old left early in Saturday's game with Philadelphia Flyers with an apparent lower-body injury and did not return. Anders Nilsson completed the game in his stead. The team announced the full injury. Craig Anderson Out Anderson was certainly not having an ideal season through early December. He had a record of 5-8 in 13 starts with a .905 save percentage and 2.89 goals-against-average. Both metrics are below his career averages of .913 and 2.82, respectively. He is also struggling in what could be his final year as...

Broad Street Hockey

Flyers 4, Senators 3: Revenge?

Photo by Nicole Fridling/Icon Sportswire via Some observations for your morning... We were very, very close to having to come in here and talk about the Flyers falling for another trap game and losing to the Ottawa Senators, but a late-game push saw the Flyers grabbing some momentum and being able to pull ahead for the win, just as we came in expecting them to do. It might have been closer than we expected, but they got the win in the end. It was a weird one, with an injury early and quite a bit of chipiness throughout, but so it goes. Let’s talk about it. All stats via NHL.com and...

CBC News

Canucks storm out of the gates to bag win against sliding Senators

Forward Antoine Roussel scored in his first game back after being sidelined for eight months with an injury as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-2 Tuesday night.

Sportsnet.ca

Roussel scores in return, Canucks hand Senators fifth-straight loss

Forward Antoine Roussel scored in his first game back after being sidelined for eight months with an injury as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-2 Tuesday night. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

The Hockey Writers

Roussel Scores in Return, as Canucks Hand Senators Their 5th Straight Loss

VANCOUVER — Forward Antoine Roussel scored in his first game back after being sidelined for eight months with an injury as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-2 Tuesday night. Zack MacEwen also collected his first NHL goal in his 11th ... The post Roussel Scores in Return, as Canucks Hand Senators Their 5th Straight Loss appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

Edmonton Journal

Watch: Oilers happy to be at home for four games

The Oilers will be without some of their regulars as they begin a four-game homestand at Rogers Place. No. 2 centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, who is recovering from surgery on his hand, and first-line RW Zack Kassian, who is dealing with a back ailment, will both be out for the game against the Ottawa Senators on […]

Sportsnet.ca

Canucks’ Roussel to make season debut vs. Senators on Tuesday

Antoine Roussel will make his season debut in his return from reconstructive knee surgery as the Vancouver Canucks host the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

Ottawa Senators Rookie Logan Brown Finally Settling In

Injuries. Time consuming. Patience. Those three words are probably what Ottawa Senators rookie Logan Brown would tell you if you asked him to sum up his career up until recently. Brown, a former first-rounder for the Ottawa Senators, has had his fair share of ups and downs. Now 21-years-old, it's finally looking like he's settling into the NHL life. The Beginning of a Long Road for Logan Brown Logan Brown was selected by the Ottawa Senators 11th overall in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. A day he'll never forget, along with an OHL season of dominance he had just completed. While some analysts were...

Sportsnet.ca

Senators place Craig Anderson on injured reserve with lower body injury

The Ottawa Senators have placed goaltender Craig Anderson on injured reserve with a lower-body injury. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Last Word on Hockey

NHL Rumours: St. Louis Blues, Ottawa Senators and Vancouver Canucks

It’s time for the Sunday edition of our NHL Rumours. Today is the start of a big holiday week in the United States and teams are tweaking their lineups. Injuries might be forcing the hand of some general managers and some are trying to stir things up. Today’s NHL Rumours will focus on the St. Louis Blues, Ottawa Senators and Vancouver Canucks.  All NHL rumours come from the original source and are subject to change.  NHL Rumours  St. Louis Blues  Rumour: In Saturday’s Hockey Night in Canada Headlines segment, Chris Johnston said the Blues senior staff was at the Leafs game vs. the...

Silver Seven

Sens Recall Lajoie, Beaudin

Photo by Bruce Bennett/ Vladislav Namestnikov has been placed on IR. In what is somewhat short notice ahead of tonight’s contest against the New York Rangers, the Ottawa Senators have recalled defenceman Max Lajoie, and centre J.C. Beaudin from the Belleville Senators. The team also placed Vladislav Namestnikov on injured reserve, after the forward suffered a lower-body injury on a punishing hit by Montreal’s Cale Fleury. Lajoie played 50 games in Ottawa last season, cooling off after a hot start to post 15 points. He’s looked good in BelleVegas so far this year, though the stats...

Sportsnet.ca

Senators’ Namestnikov suffers lower-body injury vs. Canadiens

Ottawa Senators forward Vladislav Namestnikov left the team’s game against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday with a lower-body injury and will not return, the team announced. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

The Hockey Writers

Sabres: Okposo’s Latest Concussion Could Be His Last

The play seemed innocent enough. With roughly five minutes left in the second period, Buffalo Sabres Kyle Okposo jumped over the boards to replace his man and took a single stride into the action. Hopefully, it won’t be the last stride of his NHL career. Unfortunately, Okposo skated directly into the path of Ottawa Senators […] The post Sabres: Okposo’s Latest Concussion Could Be His Last appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

The Hockey Writers

Sabres Fortunate Eichel Is in the Fold

Things are looking good on the farm. As injuries continue to mount, the Buffalo Sabres’ organizational depth has been tested. With injuries to Marcus Johansson, Johan Larsson, Vladimir Sobotka and Kyle Okposo, opportunities have been offered to two Rochester Americans – Tage Thompson and Rasmus Asplund. Asplund appeared in games against the Ottawa Senators and […] The post Sabres Fortunate Eichel Is in the Fold appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

The Hockey Writers

Sabres’ Okposo out with 4th Concussion in Less Than 3 Years

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo is out indefinitely after being diagnosed with his fourth concussion in a little more than 2 1/2 years. The Sabres provided the update in posting their weekly injury report Monday, two days after Okposo was hurt in a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. It happened with […] The post Sabres’ Okposo out with 4th Concussion in Less Than 3 Years appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

All About The Jersey

DitD & Open Post - 11/15/19: Once Again Edition

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 11/15/19 Here are your links for today: Devils Links Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Devils held a third-period lead … and did not hold it through the end of the game. This one was bad. The Devils lost to the Senators 4-2 on Wednesday night. [All About the Jersey] [NorthJersey.com] [NJ.com] Could a more aggressive, offensive approach work for the Devils? [The Athletic ($)] Hockey Links After dealing with a sports hernia since the beginning of the season, Sidney Crosby underwent surgery and will miss at least six weeks....

Last Word on Hockey

New Jersey Devils Kevin Rooney Listed Day-To-Day

The New Jersey Devils announced that forward Kevin Rooney is dealing with an upper-body and is day-to-day. ⚠️ #NJDevils Kevin Rooney is out from practice with an upper body injury — Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) November 14, 2019 Kevin Rooney Injured As the Devils took to the ice for practice on Thursday at Prudential Center, Rooney was not among the participants. The Devils made it known before practice that Rooney sustained the injury during the disappointing 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night. It is unclear when the occurred, but Rooney was able to finish the game....

Tim and Sid: Senators' Karlsson not looking 100% recently and record is showing it

Stephen Brunt and Sid Seixeiro discuss the problems with the Ottawa Senators and wonder if captain Erik Karlsson is still feeling the off-season surgery at this point in the season.

No. 9/100: MacArthur plays hero in OT, Senators eliminate Bruins and advance to 2nd round

After such a injury plagued couple of years, Clark MacArthur becomes the Game 6 hero scoring the overtime winner to eliminate the Boston Bruins, and advance the Ottawa Senators to Round 2. ----------------------------------------------

Karlsson back on the ice, runs drills at Senators practice

Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson attends practice and runs some drills despite trying to get back to health after off-season surgery on his foot.