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”

Senators: Slumping Ottawa Steals One Against Oilers

The Ottawa Senators picked up a much-needed win Wednesday night, polishing off the Edmonton Oilers by a final score of 5-2. The victory came after losing 5-2 to the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, so it was an interesting and rare look at how the Senators could bounce back. They’ve swallowed a pile of tough lossesContinue reading “Senators: Slumping Ottawa Steals One Against Oilers”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Ottawa Senators

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”

What Went Wrong: Ottawa Senators

In 2018-2019, the Ottawa Senators finished dead last in the NHL. When processing what went wrong with the year, it’s almost a futile effort because just about everything went wrong. The Senators closed 2018-2019 with a 29-47-9 record, good for just 64 points. That put them eight points behind the New Jersey Devils in theContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Ottawa Senators”