The NHL coaching carousel made some unusual stops this summer, with Bruce Boudreau moving from the Anaheim Ducks to the Minnesota Wild. Now, new names coach Calgary Flames and the Ottawa Senators, while the Colorado Avalanche have aShow More Summary
As the NHL's offseason winds deeper into July, things get quieter on both the free-agent and trade fronts. The New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators did add a spark to the transaction wire when Derick Brassard and a 2018 seventh-round...Show More Summary
In attempting to name a winner in Monday's trade between the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators, let's start with this: Neither the Rangers nor the Senators were going to win the Stanley Cup this coming season. That said, the Rangers...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers boosted their offense Monday, acquiring Mika Zibanejad from the Ottawa Senators. Per the Rangers' official Twitter account, New York received Zibanejad and a second-round draft pick in 2018 in exchange for Derick Brassard and a seventh-rounder in 2018. More to follow. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
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The Ottawa Senators announced Sunday they agreed to a three-year deal with Guy Boucher to be the team's head coach. Boucher coached the Tampa Bay Lightning for two-and-a-half years from 2010 to 2013. He compiled a 97-78-20 record in 195 games. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
Shortly after being fired by the Anaheim Ducks, Bruce Boudreau is reportedly set to become the head coach of the Minnesota Wild. On Saturday, TSN's Darren Dreger reported Boudreau chose the Wild over the Ottawa Senators. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
Former Washington Capitals and Anaheim Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau is reportedly set to interview for the same role with the Ottawa Senators this week. Darren Dreger of TSN reported Wednesday that Boudreau has already met with Minnesota Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher about his team's opening. Show More Summary
There are 16 teams in the NHL playoffs and 14 teams in meetings designed to help get them there next season. Although only one of the non-playoff teams shuffled management and released its coaching staff—the Ottawa Senators wasted no...Show More Summary
The Ottawa Senators got started on their offseason this week by firing head coach Dave Cameron and most of his staff. The release—via the team site—reveals new general manager Pierre Dorion is off to a quick start to what will likely...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the Ottawa Senators parted ways with their head coach, Dave Cameron, following a disappointing season that saw the Sens out of the...
The NHL's firing season is here. Following an unsuccessful 2015-16 season, the Ottawa Senators have fired head coach Dave Cameron after two seasons with the team. In the NHL's first coach's firing of the offseason, the Senators relieved Cameron and assistant coaches Andre Tourigny and Rick Wamsley of their duties from the organization on Tuesday. Show More Summary
After just two seasons as head coach of the Ottawa Senators, Dave Cameron was relieved of his duties Tuesday. The team announced that assistants Andre Tourigny, Rick Wamsley and Jason Smith were also dismissed, although Smith has been offered another position within the organization. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
The pursuit of the Stanley Cup begins without a Canada-based team for the first time since 1970. Canada went 0 for 7 this season, with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks missing the playoffs.The Detroit...
Bryan Murray stepped down as the Ottawa Senators general manager, but will remain in an advisory role, and Pierre Dorion—previously the team's assistant general manager—will assume Murray's previous post, the team announced on Sunday. Randy...Show More Summary
Even though the Detroit Red Wings lost 3-2 to the New York Rangers on Saturday afternoon, they clinched their 25th consecutive playoff appearance because of the Boston Bruins' 6-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators. The 25-year streak is the longest active streak in North American professional sports, according to NHL Public Relations. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
Following the team’s 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday, fans tying to leave the Wells Fargo Center found their escape interrupted when the escalator malfunctioned.
The Philadelphia Flyers got two power-play goals from Wayne Simmonds, a strong effort from goaltender Steve Mason, and continued their surge toward the playoffs with a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
Mark Stone is going to feel that one tomorrow. The Ottawa Senators forward was skating along in the neutral zone during Wednesday’s (...)
And everyone was okay! We saw Dustin Byfuglien before Mark Stone did on Wednesday. The Ottawa Senators winger was trying to chase down a puck in the neutral zone along the boards when he looked up and saw a very large human bearing down on him. Show More Summary