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David Legwand to Senators: Predictions for Ottawa's New Star in 2014-15

Some might argue that center David Legwand has reached the twilight of his career, but the wily veteran has an opportunity to play a big role with the Ottawa Senators in 2014-15. Legwand hasn't had to do much moving over the course of...Show More Summary

Ales Hemsky to Stars: Predictions for Dallas' New Star in 2014-15

After a very short stint with the Ottawa Senators, Ales Hemsky decided to test the free-agent waters this offseason rather than sign a contract extension. That was the Dallas Stars' gain, as they signed the talented winger. Hemsky played...Show More Summary

Former Ducks coach, GM Bryan Murray diagnosed with cancer

Ottawa Senators general manager and president of hockey operations Bryan Murray has been diagnosed with cancer.

Ottawa Senators GM Murray diagnosed with cancer

The Ottawa Senators announced Monday morning that Bryan Murray, their general manager and president of hockey operations, has been diagnosed with cancer and will begin treatment immediately that could take him away from the team periodically.

Senators GM Bryan Murray Diagnosed with Cancer

The Ottawa Senators announced on Monday that team general manager and president of hockey operations Bryan Murray has been diagnosed with cancer. The team released a statement on its official website addressing the news: Mr. Murray is...Show More Summary

Senators re-sign Milan Michalek to 3-year, $12 million contract

After trading away one veteran forward, the Ottawa Senators made sure to keep another one. Less than one hour into the free agent signing period and it was already a busy day for the Ottawa Senators. After trading veteran forward Jason...Show More Summary

Jason Spezza Traded to Stars: Latest Details, Analysis and Reaction

The Jason Spezza trade saga has come to a close as the longtime Ottawa Senators star has been traded to the Dallas Stars as the centerpiece of a five-player trade. Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun broke word of the deal Tuesday: BobShow More Summary

Senators trade Jason Spezza to Dallas for 3 players

The Jason Spezza era in Ottawa has officially come to an end. After nixing a deal to the Nashville Predators during the NHL draft, the Ottawa Senators were finally able to find a team that pleased Jason Spezza. And it's the Dallas Stars. The...Show More Summary

Jason Spezza Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding Senators Star

NHL trade rumors have already started circulating surrounding Ottawa Senators center Jason Spezza with the 2014 free-agency period set to begin Tuesday. At 31 years old, Spezza is entering the final season of his current contract with Ottawa. Show More Summary

NHL trade rumors: Senators in talks with 4 teams for Jason Spezza

Jason Spezza's time with the Ottawa Senators could be coming to an end. It seems that trade talks involving Jason Spezza and the Ottawa Senators are starting to pick up. TSN's Bob McKenzie reports on Wednesday that the Senators are having...Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Landing Spots for Ottawa Senators Captain Jason Spezza

When dealing with hockey rumors, fans are typically forced to rely on a small handful of insiders for their dose of drama and intrigue. Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray took all of the guesswork out of the shaky Jason Spezza...Show More Summary

Jason Spezza requests trade out of Ottawa

Jason Spezza has told general manager Bryan Murray that he would like the opportunity to play somewhere else. It seems that the Jason Spezza era in Ottawa is on the verge of coming to an end. Senators general manager Bryan Murray confirmed...Show More Summary

Ottawa Senators Owner Eugene Melnyk -- Boycott 2018 World Cup ... 'Irresponsible to Let Russia Host Tourney

3 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

The billionaire owner of the Ottawa Senators is begging soccer fans to BOYCOTT sponsors of the 2018 World Cup in Russia... claiming it's a mistake to allow "Putin's army of war mongers" to host another global sporting event. Eugene Melnyk -- a…

Wholesale Roaming Caps Won’t Solve the Issue, Wind Mobile Co-Founder Says

Ottawa has plans to cap wholesale roaming rates, but this is only a start, say PIAC lawyers. And in a Senate hearing, Wind Mobile co-founder and chief regulatory officer Simon Lockie emphasized the same thing, adding that it doesn’t solve the issue (via The Wire Report). The company signed an agreement with Rogers Communications back [...]

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by The Editors Today's blog posts: Thank Canada's Archbishop Richard Smith; watch excellent EWTN coverage of Ottawa march Sat. - Steve Jalsevac My 2-hour flight next to the GOP senator who made the mistake of telling me he’s pro-choice - Bryan Kemper 70 physicians join pro-lifers to block new…

Penguins' Sidney Crosby Wins 2nd NHL Scoring Title

Despite being rested in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby secured the Art Ross Trophy, given annually to the player who leads the National Hockey League in scoring, per...Show More Summary

Islanders fall to Spezza, Senators

Jason Spezza scored twice and Ales Hemsky added an insurance goal as the Ottawa Senators topped the New York Islanders 4-1 on Tuesday night. Craig Anderson made 45 saves for the Senators, who will still miss the postseason for the first time since 2011 and just the third time since 1996.

Rangers a point away from clinching playoff berth

The Rangers can clinch a fourth consecutive playoff berth on Saturday night by earning a point against the Ottawa Senators at the Garden. Forget any other scenarios. It’s as simple as that.

Paul MacLean's Doppelganger Is Back

5 months agoSports : Deadspin

It's been almost a year, but the Senators fan who's a dead ringer for coach Paul MacLean—"Paul MacClone," he's been dubbed—made his triumphant return to behind the Ottawa bench. We missed you, big guy. Read more...

Bailey comes up big again as Isles edge Senators, 2-1

Josh Bailey had a goal and an assist for the second straight night, and the New York Islanders earned back-to-back victories with a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday.

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