via the Situation Room Blog at NHL.com,
At 15:30 of the second period in the Senators/Sabres game, the Situation Room initiated a video review because the puck entered the Ottawa net. The referee informed the Situation Room that he had a delayed hi-sticking penalty against Ottawa's Jason Spezza therefore the play was stopped as soon as any Ottawa player gained possession...
Billy Daly was on the Fan 590’s Hockey Central yesterday, speaking from the NHL’s Board of Governors meeting wherein he would be briefing the organizations on the impacts of the Canadian rights agreement with Rogers.
Speaking to on the projections of where the cap ceiling would be next season, Daly refused to provide a specific figure.
“I won’t disclose to you before...
Jason Spezza always believed he could score in the shootout. The Ottawa Senators star then proved it to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Spezza scored the winning goal in the tiebreaker to lift the Senators over the Flyers 5-4 on Monday night.
Ottawa earned its first shootout win of the season after dropping its first four in the tiebreaker. The Senators snapped a five-game skid at home...
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Jason Spezza scored the winning goal in the shootout to lift the Ottawa Senators over the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 on Monday night.
Ottawa earned its first shootout win of the season after dropping its first four in the tiebreaker. The Senators snapped a five-game skid at home,
Clarke MacArthur had two regulation goals for the Senators (12-14-5), and Patrick Wiercioch and Kyle Turris...
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Mike Hoffman, the AHL's second-leading scorer at the time of his promotion, was purposefully recalled to provide a spark to a stagnant Senators offence.
After receiving 13:37 and 13:55 in ice-time in his first two games - playing mostly on a line with Kyle Turris and Bobby Ryan, Hoffman was subsequently bumped to the fourth line and received a paltry 4:57 of ice-time during...
The Ottawa Senators feel like they're playing well, but it isn't translating in terms of results.
The only way the Senators can avoid their longest home losing streak in nearly three years is by knocking off a Philadelphia Flyers team that has already defeated them twice this season on Monday night.
The Senators (11-14-5) have lost their last five at home, something they...
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I was reading James Gordon's intereresting post over at SenatorsExtra.com that Ottawa, despite their lack of movement up the standings, is improving from a puck possession point of view and should that trend continue, the results will begin to favour the Senators.
This logic is simply an extension of the well documented expecation that the Toronto Maple Leafs' place in...
The Maple Leafs endured a second straight 50 shot barrage from the struggling Ottawa Senators and blew a two-goal third period lead, but held on through the latter part of the third period and overtime to win a 4-3 shootout victory the latest edition of the Battle of Ontario.
James van Riemsdyk, Phil Kessel and Jake Gardiner scored for Toronto, Clarke MacArthur, Erik Condra and...
I think the plight of the Ottawa Senators in the defensive zone has been written about to mere exhaustion at this point. I know I've hammered the point home; I know other writers have, too. The data is also a bit more readily-available for the numbers crowd, which is fantastic (unless you're an Ottawa Senators fan still in a round of denial). As always, I think establishing...
Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson grossed out a woman in the front row of the stands when he spit out some Gatorade during a recent game.Video via Reddit / JumpedAShark. She must prefer Powerade. H/T FTW. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
As we all know, when you’re talking hotbeds of NHL hockey, where the fans are as rabid about hockey as they are nicely tanned, you’re of course talking about Florida. Specifically, the lovely town of Sunrise, where the Florida Panthers play their home games at BB&T Center. On Tuesday night, the Panthers (7-15-5 heading into […]The post Plenty* of good seats were available...
There weren’t very many Panthers fans in attendance at last night’s game against the Senators, but one female who was sitting just behind Ottawa’s net was quite disgusted by Craig Anderson’s Gatorade drinking routine. I guess she must swallow.
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Drafted in the fifth round of the 2009 NHL entry draft by the Ottawa Senators after going undrafted the first time around, Mike Hoffman has since enjoyed success at every level he’s played. He is now set to play his fourth career game, and the opportunity to succeed has never been bigger. Since being drafted by the Senators 130th overall, Hoffman has continued to prove doubters...
With just two wins in their last eight games, the Ottawa Senators shook things up on Monday by recalling Mike Hoffman — the AHL’s second-leading scorer — from Binghamton.
In related moves, Ottawa sent defenseman Mark Borowiecki and forward Derek Grant to the B-Sens.
Hoffman, 24, was Ottawa’s fifth-round pick at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft and has appeared in four NHL contests...
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We aren’t just talking hockey, either. This is easily the most beautiful pass you will see all year in sports that leads to a score (not counting football). Watch as Ottawa Senators winger Clark MacArthur goes between his own legs,…Read more →