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The Hockey Writers Sep 14, 2019

Senators’ Roster Rebuild Reinforced with Anisimov Addition

On July 16, the Ottawa Senators traded veteran forward Zack Smith to the Chicago Blackhawks in return for another veteran forward, Artem Anisimov. The trade was fueled by salary cap implications for both teams, as the Blackhawks needed more cap space, and the Senators were aiming to stay above the cap floor. Both players are […] The post Senators’ Roster Rebuild Reinforced with Anisimov Addition appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
CBC News Sep 14, 2019
U.S. casino sues Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk for more than $900K

U.S. casino sues Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk for more than $900K

A casino in Connecticut is suing Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk for more than $900,000, saying he tried and failed to pay them with bank drafts over a winter weekend in 2017.
The Hockey Writers Sep 14, 2019

Senators Locker Room Features Plenty of Ex-Maple Leafs

OTTAWA — Connor Brown doesn't mind switching sides in the Battle of Ontario. Two months ago, the Ottawa Senators acquired the 25-year-old forward and defenceman Nikita Zaitsev from the Toronto Maple Leafs for blue-liners Cody Ceci and Ben Har... The post Senators Locker Room Features Plenty of Ex-Maple Leafs appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Silver Seven Sep 13, 2019
Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25, #1: Thomas Chabot

Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25, #1: Thomas Chabot

Photo by Andrea Cardin/NHLI via The King stays the King You all knew this is how the series would end. Thomas Chabot is the king of the proverbial castle, and there was no way he was going to be dethroned in this year’s edition of our Top 25 Under 25 rankings. Chabot was the Sens’ lone All-Star last year, and at age 22 he’s already firmly established himself as a top pairing defender in the NHL. He was the consensus best player at the World Junior Championships in 2017 and won the tournament MVP after playing a staggering 43:53 in a shoot-out loss to the USA in the gold medal...
The Hockey Writers Sep 12, 2019

Senators Name 3 Alternate Captains

OTTAWA — Defencemen Mark Borowiecki and Ron Hainsey and forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau will serve as alternate captains for the Ottawa Senators this season. The Senators made the announcement Thursday as players reported for medicals and testing at traini... The post Senators Name 3 Alternate Captains appeared first on The Hockey Writers.