9:32 AM EDT, Wed October 21, 2020
Silver Seven 21 hours ago
Five Potential Reclamation Projects

Five Potential Reclamation Projects

Photo by David Becker/NHLI via With Jayce Haryluk off the board, who can the Sens target? Over the last couple of seasons, I’ve learned to appreciate that an NHL team rebuilding from scratch has some opportunities to experiment with the roster in ways we don’t see from a team with playoff aspirations. While we didn’t have much to get excited about in the short-term while the Senators sold off the core of the 2017 team for future assets, Anthony Duclair provided some immediate intrigue during a couple of seasons that we largely wrote off entertainment-wise. Because of Ottawa’s...
Ottawa Sun 22 hours ago

GARRIOCH: The Ottawa Senators and Connor Brown have wide gap to bridge before arbitration

The Ottawa Senators and Connor Brown have a lot of work ahead of them to avoid arbitration. In the briefs exchanged Tuesday morning before the arbitration hearing scheduled for Thursday, Postmedia has learned the Senators have offered a salary of $2.25 million on a one-year deal for 2020-21 while winger Brown’s camp is asking for $4.8 million. Naturally, there’s a lot of work to be done to get a contract...
Silver Seven 23 hours ago
FHM Ottawa Senators Historical Challenge, ‘99 Playoffs: Round 1

FHM Ottawa Senators Historical Challenge, ‘99 Playoffs: Round 1

Can the Sens win their first ever playoff series? Franchise Hockey Manager 6 is a text-based hockey management simulation game by Out of the Park Developments. It’s a lot of fun, and I find it super realistic. I recommend checking it out if you’re looking for a good way to kill time while social distancing. In the game, you take over as GM and/or head coach of pretty much any hockey team on the planet, and make roster moves to bring your team a championship. The CPU plays the games for you, but you craft the team. One of the coolest game modes is the Historical Challenges, wherein you...
Ottawa Sun Oct 19, 2020

GARRIOCH: Evgenii Dadonov is ready to make himself at home with the Ottawa Senators

Evgenii Dadonov sees better days ahead for the Ottawa Senators. And, that’s why he decided to accept the club’s offer to sign a three-year, $15 million deal with the Senators as a unrestricted free agent last Thursday. The 31-year-old Dadonov was on a conference call with the Ottawa media from his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Monday and he noted before he decided to leave the Panthers to join the...
Ottawa Sun Oct 19, 2020

Rudolfs Balcers joins Senators' prospects playing overseas as J.C. Beaudin agrees to a one-year deal

Not long after putting pen to paper on a new contract with the Ottawa Senators, Rudolfs Balcers resumed his playing career overseas. A restricted free agent who signed a one year, two-way deal with the club Saturday, the 23-year-old Balcers, who suited up for 15 games with the club last season, was loaned to the Stavanger Oilers in the Norweigen league. ...