5:15 AM EST, Mon December 17, 2018
Ottawa Sun 9 hours ago

Snapshots: Mike McKenna did his job Saturday, but he needed some help

Give Mike McKenna credit for giving the Ottawa Senators a chance to win Saturday night. That’s all the Senators want from their backup goalie, but in the end he could have used a little help from his teammates. No, McKenna couldn’t stop them all in the club’s 5-2 loss to the Montreal Canadiens at the […]
Ottawa Sun 10 hours ago

Gameday: Nashville Predators at Ottawa Senators

Nashville (22-10-1) at Ottawa (14-16-4) Monday, 7:30 p.m. Canadian Tire Centre TSN5, TSN 1200 AM, Unique 94.5 FM SPECIAL TEAMS OTT: PP 21.7% (12th); PK 74.5% (28th) NAS: PP 14.4% (26th); PK 82.2% (11th)   THE BIG MATCHUP Mark Stone vs. Kyle Turris The Senators winger has helped lead the way during this difficult season […]
Ottawa Sun 12 hours ago

Max McCormick likely headed for Belleville

Max McCormick will find out where his next stop will be Monday at noon. But, he can likely start packing up for a trip to Belleville. The decision by the Ottawa Senators to place the little-used winger on waivers Sunday didn’t come as a surprise, however, he’ll still earning his one-way $650,000 salary if he […]
Ottawa Sun 12 hours ago

Help could be on the way for the Ottawa Senators

The Ottawa Senators could have a new look Monday night. As the Senators licked their wounds following a 5-2 loss to the Montreal Canadiens Saturday night at the Bell Centre, general manager Pierre Dorion was busy making changes to the club’s roster in anticipation of the possible return of more injured players. After being scratched […]
The Hockey Writers 23 hours ago

Canadiens Bury Senators With Four Goals in Third

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens scored four third-period goals to come from behind and beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday night. Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Shea Weber, Paul Byron and Jonathan Drouin, into the empty net, scored in the third for the Can... The post Canadiens Bury Senators With Four Goals in Third appeared first on The Hockey Writers.