Senators: Excitement Builds as Stuetzle Makes Camp Debut

The Ottawa Senators finally got an up-close look at the third overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft as Tim Stuetzle took the ice for camp on Sunday. The 18-year-old is fresh from a stellar stint with Germany at the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship, where he was named the best player in theContinue reading “Senators: Excitement Builds as Stuetzle Makes Camp Debut”

Senators: Ottawa Announces Rebranding, New Foundation

With the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs rolling on, the Ottawa Senators are trying to stay in the conversation. On Wednesday, the franchise announced the creation of the Senators Community Foundation. The group will be headed by Chris Phillips, who’ll serve as the executive director. The new foundation replaces the old one and was announced alongsideContinue reading “Senators: Ottawa Announces Rebranding, New Foundation”

Senators: Dorion Ready for What’s Next

With the regular season over, the conversation has shifted to what’s next and what was. For the Ottawa Senators, it’s the latter. General manager Pierre Dorion “met with reporters” via Zoom Thursday and provided a hopeful glimpse into the future of his franchise. It must be interesting to be on the outside looking in asContinue reading “Senators: Dorion Ready for What’s Next”

Senators: Options Abound at Deadline, But Will Ottawa Make Noise?

With the trade deadline approaching, speculation is rampant. The Ottawa Senators are among the teams with a tremendous amount of roster give, which has opened up a fair bit of grist for the ol’ rumour mill. Consider that the Sens have 10 pending unrestricted free agents. The balance, with the exception of four players, isContinue reading “Senators: Options Abound at Deadline, But Will Ottawa Make Noise?”

Senators: Ottawa Collects Feel-good Win Over Sabres, Ends Road Losing Streak

The Ottawa Senators finally swung a win on the road, knocking off the Buffalo Sabres by a final score of 5-2 on Tuesday night. Ottawa entered the game with a 0-4-3 record away from home, having last won on the road against the Edmonton Oilers in early December. The victory did little to assuage theContinue reading “Senators: Ottawa Collects Feel-good Win Over Sabres, Ends Road Losing Streak”