Pageau Demoted and Shane Prince to Make NHL Debut Monday

  Demoted in the aftermath of yesterday afternoon’s 7-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers, it was not really clear if Jean-Gabriel Pageau’s stay with Binghamton would be a short one. Thanks to injuries to Chris Phillips (wear and tear) and Chris Neil (fractured thumb), it’s not like the Senators had to demote Pageau to clear room […]

Breaking: Chris Neil’s Thumb

With all of the reported interest surrounding Chris Neil leading up to this year’s NHL trade deadline, the Senators pugilist suffered an injury in a fight this afternoon versus Edmonton’s Luke Gazdic. According to the Senators, Neil is out indefinitely with a fractured thumb injury. Injury update:

Report: Luke Richardson will be pursued by Sabres to be next head coach

According to a report out of the Buffalo News by Mike Harrington, the Buffalo Sabres will try and persuade Luke Richardson to be their next head coach. Writes Harrington: “Repeating what I said in this space when I returned home from Vancouver 11 days ago: Nolan is toast and Murray is likely to pursue longtime former […]

Senators Meeting with Methot’s Agent Today… Actually, They’re Not

  Update: 1:40 PM Bryan Murray addressed the media (re: today’s reported meeting with Methot’s representatives) and indicated that he would in fact not be meeting Mike Liut face-to-face. Instead, Murray will be exchanging figures with Methot’s representation via email. Everything written below this bolded part was written before this announcement. Today is the day […]

Tuesday Notes and Ramblings: Hoffman Contract, Ceci Scratched, Power Play Woes

  Speaking with reporters on the weekend, Mike Hoffman displayed an unusual sense of self-awareness for someone who’s in the final year of his entry-level contract after having cleared waivers at the beginning of the 2013-14 season. One year removed from a season in which Hoffman put some excellent underlying numbers in which he demonstrated […]

Stick Fits

The Ottawa Senators’ may have lost 4-1 to the Columbus Blue Jackets, but the story of the game had to Robin Lehner’s antics in the game’s waning minutes. After allowing the game’s fourth goal, Lehner nonchalantly flipped his stick onto the ice in disgust. At the conclusion of the game, Lehner’s frustrations materialized while skating […]

Randy Lee Speaks: Binghamton, Prospects, NHL Trade Deadline

Missed an opportunity to post this yesterday, but Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee made an appearance on TSN 1200‘s ‘In the Box’ to promote the Binghamton Senators’ game at the Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday, February 15th at 3:00 pm. You can listen to the full interview here or by streaming the embedded audio at […]

Lebrun Update on Neil: “(A trade) certainly sounds very possible”

Remember the reports from yesterday indicating Bryan Murray had spoken to veterans like Chris Phillips and Chris Neil on their respective situations and that neither player really seemed too interested in moving on? Yeah, well apparently there’s more to it than that. ESPN‘s Pierre Lebrun updated the situation in his latest ‘Lebrun’s Rumblings’ blog. “It appears more […]

Insider Trading: Sens “Getting a Ton of Interest on Chris Neil”

After publishing his ‘Lebrun’s Rumblings‘ blog over at ESPN, Pierre Lebrun appeared on TSN‘s ‘Insider Trading‘ segment and elaborated on the level of interest in the Ottawa Senators’ Chris Neil. When host James Duthie discussed an incident in which he bumped into a couple of Senators fans at the Super Bowl who had not given up […]

Chris Phillips and Chris Neil Wish to Remain Senators

A few weeks after Bryan Murray acknowledged to the Ottawa Citizen‘s Wayne Scanlan that he was receiving calls on some of his veteran players like Chris Phillips and Chris Neil and that the organization would be open to moving either player, it turns out neither player has any interest in moving on at this time. Murray, […]