Category Archives: Ottawa Senators
On Wednesday April 15th, 2015, the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens will square off in the first game of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal matchup. There is not a better story in the NHL this season than the improbable comeback of the Senators. It is not exactly a David vs. Goliath matchup, but is stands to be a real fire cracker of a series. (more…)
As it comes with every NHL season, the trade deadline leads to mass quantities of rumors, speculation, and the occasional false report. This year, many felt it would be a quiet deadline with the amount of activity teams were involved in before March 2nd. But that was anything but the case, and there was a flurry of activity right until the 3 PM deadline. Some teams made moves for the present, others for the future, but regardless there were winners and losers on both sides. (more…)
The Ottawa Senators have been on a tear as of late, opening their season 4-0-1. They’re on a four-game winning streak after losing their first road game on Oct. 9 to the Nashville Predators. (more…)
It seems like it’s going to be a new era for the Ottawa Senators with so many veteran players gone. Hopefully the new era comes with a Stanley Cup. First it was Dany Heatley who requested a trade back in 2009 because he wasn’t getting enough playing time under young coach Cory Clouston. He frustrated fans of both the Senators and the Edmonton Oilers when he wouldn’t simply waive his no trade clause. Instead he wanted to go to the San Jose Sharks, which cost the Senators $4.5 million to get rid of the no trade clause. (more…)
As the 2014-15 season creeps near us it’s time to take a look at the teams around the league and predict where they may finish.
The Los Angeles Kings come out in victorious fashion as they end a horrible four-game road trip through the southwest. Hockey in the southwest…insert jokes here. And before you go on about LA having a hockey team, remember this! The Kings were a part of the 1967 expansion double the league from the Original Six. With that being said, LA comes out of the south with a 3-1-0 record. (more…)
The first three games of the Los Angeles Kings are in the books and seeing that they are 1-2-0, things may be shook up sooner than later. Aside from some shuffling of the lines, we have seen this basic depth chart (now with goal totals!): (more…)