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Penguins vs. Sens Post-game Haiku

[Check out The Breakout Pass for extra commentary, discussion and other related analysis.] Score a bloody goal No run support for Leclaire Afternoon games blow

The 6th Sens Ottawa Senators 2010/11 Preview

Well Sens fans, we made it. We finally made it. That acrid smell that sweeps over ScotiaBank Place from the Carp Dump can only mean one thing: the NHL regular season is back. It’s about time too. One year after enduring the Dany Heatley fiasco, we had an opportunity to sit through four bland summer […]

FJM’ing a Bleacher Report Article

As the clock winds down on the 2010 offseason, for better or worse, there’s going to be an influx of content on the internet. Here’s an article written by a Mr. H. Joseph, pulled from one of my favorite websites, Bleacher Report. As always, my comments are in bold. Enjoy. The Ottawa Senators are looking […]

Filler Alert! Filler Alert! Senators Roundtable

Considering how well the Ottawa Sun’s Digital Rountable has gone, it’s with a tepid enthusiasm that I welcome you to the first of  monthly Senators blog roundtables featuring Bobby Zijiac (Alabama Panda) from SenShot, Peter Raaymakers from the Silver Seven, SLC from Five for Smiting and myself. Each month, one of these aforementioned people will choose five […]

Re-Stocking Bingo

When news broke that Roman Wick was likely coming into training camp next season to try and earn a spot on the roster, it was apparently just the tip of the iceberg. (Ed. note: Here’s our link with a Jay Grossman’s explanation of why Wick would still be classified as Senators property.) Now that the […]

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Senators Hair Pieces

With the Olympic break now upon us, we at The 6th Sens figured that it’d be an opportune time to placate you readers with some lists. Here’s the first of a few lists that we’ll be throwing up on the website over the course of the next two weeks. Hope you enjoy. Without further ado… […]

Overcoming the Odds

Yesterday was supposed to be a good day. I woke up knowing that the Senators were looking to extend their eleven game win streak in Toronto, home of the 29th ranked team in the NHL that had just dealt away 40-percent of its offence earlier in the week. On paper, it looked like an easy […]

Saturday Night Grab Bag

After that stretch of Tim Thomas dominance, it’s refreshingly awesome to see the Senators string two wins together against a Boston Bruins team and see Spezza roof a shot into the top corner past the second most famous (and fat!) Flint, Michigan product. Perhaps more impressive than the win tonight was the fact that Chris […]

Monday Morning Fun

The Hockey News‘ Ryan Dixon has penned an article detailing the Ottawa Senators’ situation. For the purposes of this website, I’ve posted the original column below and my thoughts will be in bold. It’s easy to dump on a team that has lost five straight games – by a combined score of 22-5, no less […]

Game Day Thread — Senators Vs Rangers

Ottawa Senators (22-21-4) vs If Wade Redden Scores Tonight I May Cry Myself To Sleep (22-17-7) @ 7pm ET, MSG; Television: Rogers Sportsnet Like Cory Clouston said after a loss earlier in the week, anything that can go wrong, is going wrong. If you haven’t heard, Pascal Leclaire will not be able to make his scheduled […]

Game Day Thread — Ottawa Vs Capitals

Ottawa Senators (22-17-4) Vs Washington Capitals (25-11-6) @ Verizon Center, 7pm ET ; Television: TSN Since the Washington Capitals have traded Chris Clark to the Columbus Blue Jackets, there are an inordinate number of people who are lauding Alex Ovechkin’s recent appointment to the team’s captaincy. While hockey fans will assuredly enjoy debating the merits […]

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