1:45 AM EST, Mon November 19, 2018
Ken Warren / Ottawa Sun 7 hours ago

Senators game day vs. Florida

Florida at Ottawa Senators, Monday, 7:30 p.m., Canadian Tire Centre, TV: TSN5, RDS2. Radio: TSN 1200-FM, Unique 94,5-FM   Five Keys To The Game: 1. Withstanding the emotions: The Senators are riding high while winning three of their past four games, but must avoid the letdown that came against the Panthers in Florida on their […]
Ken Warren / Ottawa Sun 7 hours ago

Rapid rise of young stars pushing Senators

The question, a few days back, was specifically about whether Ottawa Senators coach Guy Boucher had seen an improvement in Thomas Chabot’s play without the puck. The answer covered a lot more ground, providing an indication of how the young and dynamic club has managed to stay within breathing room of a playoff spot. “We’re […]
Sportsnet.ca 15 hours ago
Senators Uber driver: ‘It has brought great shame to my family’

Senators Uber driver: ‘It has brought great shame to my family’

An Uber driver who posted footage of Ottawa Senators players disparaging one of their coaches and their team’s performance says he is sorry for sharing the video and has destroyed a second, unpublished clip. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Silver Seven Nov 17, 2018
Stone Scores 2 In 6-4 Win Over Pittsburgh

Stone Scores 2 In 6-4 Win Over Pittsburgh

The good players were good, and the youth made things exciting Tonight’s game against the Pittsburgh Penguins was a fun one. It struck that perfect balance between being a comfortable Sens win - and over one of our most hated rivals, as well! - but also being close enough at times to still be interesting. Most importantly, we embarrassed the Pittsburgh Penguins, and that feels really good. Ottawa kicked off the game on a good note, with a nice scoring chance from none other than Tom Pyatt. They kept the momentum going, getting the first 4 shots on net of the game and generally looking...
The Hockey Writers Nov 17, 2018

Senators Beat Penguins – Stone & Duchene Score Twice

OTTAWA — Mark Stone and Matt Duchene had two goals apiece to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 6-4 win over the struggling Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday night. Brady Tkachuk and Cody Ceci also scored for the Senators (9-8-3), who won their second strai... The post Senators Beat Penguins – Stone & Duchene Score Twice appeared first on The Hockey Writers.