The Ottawa Senators sent their fans home happy on Jan. 15, taking a 4-1 win away from their matchup with the Montreal Canadiens at the Canadian Tire Centre. However, for a team struggling to find its footing, the win provides lessons...Show More Summary
Kyle Turris was just along for the ride. Maybe the Ottawa Senators thought Steven Stamkos' greatness was mostly due to his cannon of a shot. If so, they know better now. Kyle Turris was no match as the Tampa Bay Lightning captain dragged him around the ice like water circling a sink drain. The goal evened the score at 2-2 at the end of two periods.
Yeah, that's not how you do it, Patrick Kaleta. On Monday night, the Buffalo Sabres right wing got into a punching match with Ottawa Senators defenseman Jared Cowen. Along the way, Kaleta apparently forgot how to fight, as he clocked himself right in the noggin before striking Cowen. Show More Summary
The legend of Gustav Nyquist continues to grow… The 25-year-old winger found himself on the highlight reel once again after he guided his Detroit Red Wings to a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators by scoring a remarkable game-winner in overtime. What made it so remarkable was the way Nyquist was able to hold onto the […]
There were many crutches to lean on in the Ducks’ 6-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Friday.
The linesman threw the best hit of the night. When the Ottawa Senators began their break into the offensive zone, it first appeared like the Anaheim Ducks had everything under control. The two forwards in the middle of the ice were covered,...Show More Summary
The Montreal Canadiens have three more games before their four-day holiday break. The Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa Senators and New York Islanders remain on the pre -Christmas schedule. Montreal enters its Dec. 18 tilt with Anaheim on a three-game winning streak. Show More Summary
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson felt he was playing well even if the results showed otherwise.
There were flashes of show-stopping brilliance -- OK, enough about the Senators’ Bobby Ryan and his bid for goal of the year. The Kings survived that, and more, to emerge with a rare road win, and, as always, there were a few takeaways from a wild one in Ottawa on Thursday night.
There was something for (nearly) everyone Thursday night as the Kings and Senators stayed in touch with that seasonal theme.
The Senators are in a bad way. Firing their coach doesn't change that, but it lets them pretend like it does. Paul MacLean was named the NHL's Coach of the Year in 2013, when he led the Ottawa Senators to a playoff berth and a first round triumph over the heavily-favored Montreal Canadiens. On Monday, he was fired. Show More Summary
On Monday, the Ottawa Senators relieved Paul MacLean of his duties as the team’s head coach. Two hours later, the team announced that his replacement for the top job was already on staff: It’s debatable to what degree MacLean should have been held responsible for the Sens’ problems. Show More Summary
Paul MacLean was but a rookie head coach for the Ottawa Senators in 2011-12 when came on the scene that offseason after Cory Clouston was fired and took a downtrodden squad to the playoffs. One season later, MacLean was named Coach of...Show More Summary
The Ottawa Senators dismissed head coach Paul MacLean from his position on Monday, according to the team’s official Twitter account: According to Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen, an interim coach has already been named: Scanlan also...Show More Summary
The Senators have fired head coach Paul MacLean and have promoted assistant coach Dave Cameron. Paul MacLean has been fired by the Ottawa Senators, the team announced on Monday afternoon. Assistant coach Dave Cameron has been named the...Show More Summary
Ottawa will have to defeat the upstart Islanders if they want to finish Daniel Alfredsson's retirement off right. Elsewhere the Canucks battle the Penguins in a matchup between two of the league's best teams. When the season began, nobody expected the Vancouver Canucks to be back among the NHL's elite. Show More Summary
You just knew a huge game of keepaway would break out. Ottawa Senators legend Daniel Alfredsson officially retired on Thursday, but he decided to take one final spin around the ice at the Canadian Tire Centre to say goodbye to his teammates...Show More Summary
Daniel Alfredsson will officially announce his retirement Thursday, ending an illustrious career that was spent almost entirely with the Ottawa Senators, save for his final season in 2013-14 with the Detroit Red Wings. Alfredsson finishes...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, St. Louis Blues starting goaltender Brian Elliott left midway through a game with Ottawa after a collision with Senators forward Erik Condra. The Blues wasted no time in addressing the loss and on Wednesday announced that...Show More Summary
St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott suffered a lower-body injury against the Ottawa Senators and missed the remainder of Tuesday night's matchup. The team's official Twitter account passed along the news: Elliott, 29, has been solid on the season through 13 starts prior to Tuesday. Show More Summary