Colin White wasn't in the NHL for very long before he decided to fight the power. After the Ottawa Senators took the 18-year-old forward with the 21st overall pick, he—for some reason we might never know—totally left NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman hanging high and dry. Show More Summary
Each year the NHL awards the James Norris Trophy to the league's best defenseman, and this year Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings, Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators and P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens are the finalists. Both...Show More Summary
Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced Thursday that the organization signed head coach Dave Cameron to a two-year contract extension, according to a release on the team's website. Cameron has been with the Senators since 2011, initially serving as an assistant coach. Show More Summary
Aaron Ekblad of the Florida Panthers, Johnny Gaudreau of the Calgary Flames and Mark Stone of the Ottawa Senators are the three finalists for the Calder Trophy that is awarded to the NHL's top rookie, reported by the league's official...Show More Summary
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Eugene Melnyk isn't well-known in the United States. But he's a household name in Canada, where he's been the owner of the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League since 2003. Since earlier this month, he's also been at the center of a remarkable and much-debated medical and ethical saga.
As the NHL universe enjoys a wildly compelling conference finals round, the league's 26 other teams have turned their attention to the roster-building portion of the offseason. The July 1 commencement of free agency is still over one...Show More Summary
A statement issued today on the Ottawa Senators’ official web page announced that team owner Eugene Melnyk is in urgent need of a live liver donor, with links for fans to investigate if they might be a match. Melnyk had been conspicuously...Show More Summary
The Ottawa Senators lost Sunday's series-ending Game 6 to the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 2-0, marking the first time Ottawa has been shut out in the past 130 games, per Sportsnet Stats. Despite struggling last season and throughout...Show More Summary
The 2014-15 season came to an end for St. Louis and Ottawa, while Montreal and Minnesota advanced to the second round. Two NHL games were played on Sunday, and two teams were eliminated from the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. First, the St. Show More Summary
The Sens couldn't solve Carey Price and were eliminated from the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Montreal Canadiens eliminated the Ottawa Senators from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by winning Game 6 of their first round series, 2-0. Brendan...Show More Summary
The Ottawa Senators will look to complete their comeback and force a winner-take-all seventh game in their Stanley Cup playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens when the two teams face off at the Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday night. After...Show More Summary
Ottawa tries to complete a remarkable comeback. So far all but one team in the Stanley Cup Playoffs trying to force a Game 7 has failed. The Ottawa Senators will try to become the second on Sunday. To do so, they will have to win Game 6 against the Montreal Canadiens at home. Show More Summary
All three of Friday night's winners in the Stanley Cup playoffs find themselves in different situations. The Ottawa Senators' 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens helped to stave off elimination and force a Game 6. The Sens are still...Show More Summary
After the third game of their first-round series against the Montreal Canadiens, the Ottawa Senators were a little like an action star from a Hollywood blockbuster dangling off a cliff, hanging on to a suspended rope by one hand. They...Show More Summary
The Senators stay alive again. The Ottawa Senators seem to have a knack for staving off elimination. Goalie Craig Anderson led the Senators in a 5-1 Game 5 win in Montreal that kept Ottawa's season alive for one more game. The series...Show More Summary
After extending the series and avoiding a sweep, the Ottawa Senators will try to get a win on the road when they face the Montreal Canadiens in the Game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. The match is on April 24, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET.
Ottawa continues its comeback attempt in Montreal. The Ottawa Senators have an extremely tough hill to climb if they want to keep their season alive. If that sounds familiar, it is. Ottawa heads into Game 5 facing a 3-1 series deficit to the Montreal Canadiens after a win in Game 4 that must have instilled some confidence in the team. Show More Summary
First, the good news. The Ottawa Senators staved off elimination at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night with a 1-0 victory in Game 4 of their first-round series. The Senators avoided a sweep and will again play for...Show More Summary
The Senators avoided elimination and sent the series back to Montreal. The Ottawa Senators will live to see another day. Down 0-3 in their first round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens, the Sens came away with a 1-0 victory...Show More Summary