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Karlsson Trade Talk

Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has insisted he won’t trade captain Erik Karlsson. But Dorion finally acknowledged last night before his team’s 4-1 loss to St. Louis that Ottawa might miss the playoffs and that he’s had conversations with rival

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Score Your Way To Help Out A Great Cause

Your Ottawa Senators and The Canadian Guide Dog For The Blind, your hockey team and a great cause….definitely a Win-Win.  And let’s hope it also leads to a Win on Thursday February 15th against the Buffalo Sabres at Canadian Tire

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Chris Neil Retires From Hockey After 15 Years With The Ottawa Senators

Longtime Ottawa Senators tough guy Chris Neil announced his NHL retirement this morning at a news conference. Chris made his debut with the Senators in 2001 as a 22-year-old. He played his entire 15-year NHL career in Ottawa, playing in

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Yash Is Back :)

Say what you will about Alexei Yashin but I was always a fan of him professionally and personally.  Truth be told, I don’t even remember all the politics and stories that went on behind the man but I do remember

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Jerseys for Upcoming NHL 100 Classic Game Unveiled

The Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators will wear their traditional colors with design enhancements when they play in the NHL 100 Classic outdoor game at Lansdowne Park on Saturday Dec. 16th. Each uniform simultaneously pays homage to the history of

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Battle Of Ontario Anyone

Want to win tickets to see the Ottawa Senators host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at CTC….yes 2018 🙂 You can win two 100 level tickets and parking to the “Battle of Ontario” by purchasing a

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Sens In Sweden

The Ottawa Senators are now in Stockholm and didn’t waste any time hitting the ice just after landing there. After taking a seven-hour overnight flight last night, the Senators took a one-hour skate Tuesday afternoon to try to get accustomed

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Karlsson Will Start Against Vancouver

The Ottawa Senators say defenceman Erik Karlsson will make his season debut tomorrow night when the Senators host the Vancouver Canucks. Karlsson missed Ottawa’s first five games of the season while recovering from foot surgery. Photo source:  twitter.com/Senators    

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Outdoor Rink Still Planned For Parliament Hill

The NHL’s bid to play hockey on Parliament Hill won’t be happening for a variety of reasons, but come December, you might still be able to perform a triple lutz on the ice-covered lawn facing the Peace Tower. Canadian Heritage

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Former Ottawa Sens Coach & GM Bryan Murray Honoured With A Helmet Decal

The Ottawa Senators will honour the late Bryan Murray with a special helmet decal. Bryan Murray’s initials are at the centre of the design with “family man, friend, coach and mentor” written around the circle. Bryan passed away in August

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No More Sens Jersey For Me :(

Being a hockey fan since I was a little girl watching it with my Dad, you tend to get that jersey or t-shirt of the team or player you love most.  That is a practice that has never grown old

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We’re A Win Away From Going To The Cup Final!!!

Sens fans are ecstatic after a nailbiter of a win in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final!! The victory staves off elimination and puts the Senators a game away from punching their ticket to the Stanley Cup final, The

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Sens Offense Explodes in 5-1 Win Over Pens

That was one amazing game!!  The Ottawa Senators now have a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven NHL Eastern Conference final against Pittsburgh. Ottawa got four goals past Marc-Andre Fleury in the first 12 minutes and 52 seconds — including the

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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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