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How Much Trouble Are The Sens In?

  Well, folks. There it is. Karlsson is out for the season after lacerating his left Achilles. So the question now is; just how well will the Sens do without the reigning Norris trophy winner? The loss of Karlsson will hurt the Sens the most at even-strength. It’s one thing to eat up a lot of […]

Today In Sens History: Bochenski’s Hat-Trick

After scoring 47 goals in 55 games with the Lincoln Starts of the USHL, Brandon Bochenski was selected by the Ottawa Senators in the 7th round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, along with future NHLers Jason Spezza, Tim Gleason, Brooks Laich, Christoph Scubert, Ray Emery and Brian Elliott. Over the next three years Bochenski […]

The Sens And Undisciplined Play

  Being on the power-play is a big advantage – teams obviously create scoring chances at a much higher rate than at even-strength. Even if you're not scoring, opponents rarely ever get a goal, or even a quality chance. Every team would tell you they're aiming to draw more than they take… Last season the […]

Protesting The NHL: Not So Hard After All

Over the weekend I was checking out some Sens merchandise at NHL.com, when I noticed a common theme among the items; a lot of them are really bad. From men’s clothes to home/office décor, there is just a lot of stuff I have a hard time believing is flying off the shelves. Since there’s no […]

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