The Ottawa Senators find themselves halfway through reconstruction and things are as difficult to pin down as ever.
We could talk about whether or not a goal should’ve been a goal, but the bottom line is that the Ottawa Senators felled the Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night thanks to a 5-4 shootout win.
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”
We made it. It’s the end of a year and the beginning of another. With that in mind, it’s as good a time as any to remember that this puts us one year closer to Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk’s proclamation that 2021 will be the beginning of a “five-year run of unparalleled success.” It’sContinue reading “Senators: Can Ottawa Get It Done in 2020?”
The Ottawa Senators find themselves in rebuild mode as the 2019-2020 season gets underway, with a new head coach in D.J. Smith. The bench boss receives a much different NHL team than the one presented just a year ago, with Thomas Chabot and Brady Tkachuk now among the top draws. The old guard, including theContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Ottawa Senators”