Ottawa Senators

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There’s a lot to be positive about in Ottawa these days if you’re an Ottawa Senators fan: Erik Karlsson is in his prime and tearing up the league, on one leg, at times; the team is coming off a trip to the Eastern Conference Final against the Pittsburgh Penguins where they finished just a goal
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As the saying goes, sometimes the best moves are the ones you don’t make. For the Ottawa Senators, it couldn’t be more relevant. Rather than overpay for players like Kevin Shattenkirk, Karl Alzner or Martin Hanzal in a bid to keep pace with or artificially widen the gap between their divisional opponents, the Sens have
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It was never going to be anybody else. With all due respect to Andrew Cogliano and Derek Ryan, there was simply no chance that Craig Anderson was going to be leaving Las Vegas without the 2017 Masterton Trophy, the award given to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey.
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“This was not supposed to happen,” NHL on TSN host James Duthie declared on behalf of the hockey world. The target of his statement? The Ottawa Senators, aka the NHL’s forgotten team. The only squad to qualify for the 2017 postseason with a negative goal differential – albeit just a minus-two – playing an entirely
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Craig Anderson has been steady to varying for the Ottawa Senators since the team acquired him seven seasons ago. This season, despite his personal challenges, he posted strong numbers and is standing tall in the playoffs. Although he occasionally allows a bad goal, he often makes important saves at key moments to give the Senators the