The Ottawa Senators have a 4-1 lead over the NHL's best in Dallas after two periods of play. The Ottawa Senators were coming into Tuesday night's game against the Dallas Stars riding a two game shutout streak from their goaltender Craig Anderson. Show More Summary
Ottawa's goalie hadn't allowed a goal in almost 150 minutes. The Ottawa Senators were coming into Tuesday night's game against the Dallas Stars riding a two game shutout streak from their goaltender Craig Anderson. It's tough to imagine...Show More Summary
Not the goal Detroit wanted to give up there. Sticking with the play can be beneficial after all, even when you don't have the puck. The always opportunistic Bobby Ryan gave the Ottawa Senators life late in the third period, tying their...Show More Summary
It took three Red Wings to make this play happen. The Ottawa Senators got into trouble real quick against the Detroit Red Wings. Mere minutes after Dylan Larkin's opening goal, the Red Wings capitalized on a sequence of gorgeous passes that Ottawa was powerless to stop. That's a just a thing of beauty. Show More Summary
Oh my god this is so fun and I have two balloons and I could just FLIP OUT right now Read more...
BALLOONS. COTTON CANDY. COOKIES. You will never have as much fun as one young Ottawa Senators fan did on Saturday. This adorable toddler experienced the happiest sugar high anyone's ever experienced at a hockey game and even got a nap...Show More Summary
No one in the history of attending NHL games has had as much fun as this little hockey fan, who enjoyed the heck out of life at Saturday (...)
A tiny hockey fan was in for the time of his life when he attended a game between the Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers. This adorable little boy had so much fun at the game that the announcers shared the highlights of his day --Show More Summary
Canadian sports channel TSN spliced together this highlight reel of an adorable little boy at a recent NHL game between the New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators. We’re not sure he even watched any of the game, but he clearly was having the time of his life.
Everyone's scoring in Nashville! A Tuesday night non-conference matchup between the Nashville Predators and the Ottawa Senators normally would not be the most exciting game of a packed evening of hockey. However, think again folks, as...Show More Summary
Johnny Hockey at his best. There's a reason Johnny Gaudreau's nickname is "Johnny Hockey". The Calgary Flames winger can do some video game stuff with the puck sometimes, as one poor Ottawa Senators defender learned the hard way on Wednesday. Gaudreau...Show More Summary
Disney costumes seem to be a very popular choice for hockey players this season. The Ottawa Senators defenseman got into the Halloween (...)
Chris Neil is somewhat of an Ottawa Senators lifer, having played 13 seasons-long career with the team and notching his 900th game on Thursday. The Senators lost 5-4, but Neil had himself a game, scoring, assisting, and wrasslin’, all in a mere 6:17 of ice time. Read more...
Insert inappropriate joke here. Stephen Gionta could be facing supplemental discipline after this play against the Ottawa Senators. The New Jersey Devils forward went low on Senator Mark Borowiecki after the Ottawa defenseman went high...Show More Summary
On March 31, 2012, a Canadian MP (member of parliament) and senator faced off in a charity boxing match in the nation’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario. The senator, Conservative Patrick Brazeau, was a three-to-one favorite going into the ostensibly friendly match. Show More Summary
Columbus is in a bad way right now. The Columbus Blue Jackets may have gotten out to an 0-3 start, but even then it wasn't time to hit the panic button. It wasn't even time to panic when the Ottawa Senators roared back for a 4-3 lead...Show More Summary
Mark Stone has eyes in the back of his head. The Columbus Blue Jackets were 0-3 on the year heading into their game against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday. A lot of that had to do with their lackadaisical play in their own zone toShow More Summary
Buffalo Sabres goalie Robin Lehner left Thursday’s season opener—a 3-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators—with a lower-body injury and did not return. Continue for updates. Lehner Believed to Have Suffered Sprained Ankle Thursday, Oct. 8 Brent...Show More Summary
Have you ever signed up for a credit card because you thought the design on the card was really cool and you just needed to add that to your collection? I definitely have. This happened when I went to my very first live Ottawa Senators...Show More Summary