6 hrs ago
'O' is for one: Ottawa last Canadian team Senators carrying weight of Canada
Singer Lyndon Slewidge belted out "O Canada" in a deep syrupy baritone Sunday night, as white towels were spun by a tightly coiled crowd awaiting the Penguins-Senators game at Scotiabank Place.
8 hrs ago
Never-say-die Senators pull out double-overtime win
When Matt Cooke's skate came down on Erik Karlsson's Achilles tendon on Feb. 13, Ottawa's season was truly thrust into its underdog, ragtag phase, all replacements and duct tape.
Sun May 19, 2013
Senators outlast Penguins, win 2-1 in double OT
The first period was scoreless but hardly boring, with multiple scoring chances within the first couple minutes.
Sat May 18, 2013
Paul MacLean: - It gives you a stamp of approval'
Last season, Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean was a finalist for the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year because his young team of largely unproven NHL players earned a surprising playoff berth.This time around, MacLean is a Jack Adams finalist for his ability to lead his injury-depleted roster to a surprising playoff berth.
Tue May 14, 2013
Mendes: Cup curse a cautionary tale
By dispatching the Montreal Canadiens in five games last week, the Ottawa Senators broke a long-standing curse on Canadian NHL teams: It marked the first time a Canadian squad has won a playoff series after reaching the Stanley Cup final in the new millennium.
NHL playoffs: Senators says focus has shifted from Matt Cooke-Erik Karlsson
Before Game 1 of their Stanley Cup series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Senators said any attempts to make Matt Cooke pay for a play that injured star defenseman Erik Karlsson are over and done with.
Mon May 13, 2013
Did Ottawa Senators Boss Bryan Murray Get Snubbed In The GM of The Year Voting?
The voting for the NHL's General Manager of the Year has been completed and the nominees were released today.
Silver Nuggets: The Spezza Questions
Now that the Senators season has been wonderfully extended into the second round of the playoffs , it has breathed life into the hope that top centre Jason Spezza will return to the lineup sometime soon.
Sun May 12, 2013
Spezza joins Senators teammates for practice
Ottawa Senators forward Jason Spezza was on the ice with teammates at practice on Sunday morning for the first time since having back surgery.
Fri May 10, 2013
Senators' Spezza, out since Jan., nearing return
It's pretty incredible what the Ottawa Senators have been able to accomplish this season having lost so many key players to injury.
Tue May 07, 2013
Ranking the 10 Savviest General Managers in the NHL
The role of an NHL general manager is one of the toughest in sports, but savvy executives like Ray Shero, Glen Sather, Dean Lombardi and Ken Holland appear to handle the job with ease.
Mon May 06, 2013
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Binghamton Senators coaches pushed to keep Jean-Gabriel Pageau in pros during training camp
The Binghamton Senators coach and assistant Steve Stirling pushed to keep Pageau in the pros when Ottawa discussed sending him back to his junior team.
Fri May 03, 2013
Sens, Habs renew hostilities day after Gryba hit
The Senators and Canadiens will hit the ice again Friday night for Game 2 less than 24 hours after an eventful 4-2 win for Ottawa, which could force each team to fill a void in their lineup.
Wed May 01, 2013
The Epoch Times
Canadiens and Senators Feature in Unlikely All-Canadian NHL Playoffs Matchup
Montreal's Josh Gorges and Raphael Diaz battle against Ottawa's Colin Greening and Chris Neil at the Bell Centre in Montreal on Feb.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Erik Karlsson elated to return to Senators' lineup
Not even Ottawa's general manager believed that Erik Karlsson would be back in time for the end of the regular season.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Pens try to extend win streak against Senators
The mighty Pittsburgh Penguins secured the East's top playoff seed in their last trip to the ice and they'll aim for a seventh straight win when they visit the Ottawa Senators on Monday.