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The Ottawa Senators And New York Rangers Have History

It’s easy to forget that the Senators have won 11 Stanley Cups, most recently in 1927, when the New York Rangers were just entering the league as an expansion team. These were the original Senators, who after 1933-34 moved to

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Fans Slow To Get Behind The Sens This Play Off Year

The Senators overtime victory last Sunday over the Boston Bruins moved them into the second round of the NHL playoffs. The best of 7 series against the New York Rangers, who beat the Montreal Canadiens in round 1, begins on Thursday night. Surprisingly,

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Sens, Habs, Leafs, Oilers & Flames Are In – NHL Play-Offs Start Wednesday!

Stompin Tom said it best… “OH! The good ol’ Hockey game, is the best game you can name. And the best game you can name, is the good ol’ Hockey game.” The NHL Hockey play-off season starts Wednesday! Five Canadian

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Breaking News – NHL Won’t Participate At 2018 Winter Olympics

Shocker! For the first time since 1994, NHL players will not be playing in the Winter Olympics. The league has released a statement saying it will not participate at the 2018 Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and that it “considers

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Habs Captain Max Pacioretty Says NHL Players Want To Participate At The 2018 Olympics

According to a Sportsnet report, Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty is one of a growing number of hockey players speaking out against the possibility of the National Hockey League not participating in the 2018 Olympics. “People want to see us go,

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NHL Legends Celebrating 125th With Anniversary Tribute Concert

Some of hockey’s finest Mike Bossy, Dave Keon, Guy Lafleur and more share the stage on March 17th with the likes of Metric, Bobby Bazini and more to celebrate Canada’s 125th with a Tribute Concert at Canadian Tire Centre. The

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Celebrating The Great One Today

Growing up, I would say I was Daddy’s girl and my Daddy used to watch Hockey Night In Canada every single Saturday night, he never drank but that was the one time he would have his beer, his weekly one…..when

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Number 99 Officially Back In The NHL!

Wayne Gretzky returns to the NHL in an official capacity for the first time since 2009, when he served as part-owner, coach and head of hockey operations with the Phoenix Coyotes. “I’ve always said this thousands of times: it’s the

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NHL Lands in Las Vegas!

A person with direct knowledge of the NHL’s decision says the league has settled on Las Vegas as its choice for expansion, provided organizers can come up with a US$500 million fee. The person spoke Tuesday on condition of anonymity

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New Coach For The Ottawa Senators!

Will he have the magic touch with the team?  Only time will tell. Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has announced the hiring of Guy Boucher as the club’s new head coach. Boucher has agreed to terms on a three-year

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