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Mark Stone may make his first 2013 playoff appearance with the Ottawa Senators tonight, and if he does, it's a smart move by coach Paul MacLean
Still not sure what to make of the Ottawa Senators' 3-1 series lead over the Montreal Canadiens? Here's what it's meant historically.
Hot on the heels of another recent lawsuit, Ottawa Senators forward Matt Kassian has filed a lawsuit with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, saying he was defamed in online comments on...
The Senators may have outshot a depleted Penguins lineup, but they never had control of the game as they fell 3-1 and took a hit to their playoff chances in the process.
The Ottawa Senators lost their fifth straight game in regulation, this time to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
You might not have guessed it at the start of the season, but Mika Zibanejad is fifth in team scoring in the midst of an impressive rookie campaign.
Kaspars Daugavins will be placed on waivers today, potentially ending nearly 7 years in the Ottawa Senators organization
The Senators blew a 2-0 lead and lost 3-2 to the Bruins in the shootout, but the talk of the game was Kaspars Daugavins' innovative (yet unsuccessful) shootout attempt.
The Montreal Canadiens were the better team, but the Senators walked out with a 2-1 shootout win thanks to a big effort from Ben Bishop.
Andre Benoit and David Dziuzynski both scored their first NHL goals as the Ottawa Senators beat the New York Islanders 3-1.
The Ottawa Senators lost the game to the Pittsburgh Penguins, but more importantly lost Erik Karlsson indefinitely to injury.
The Senators scored three goals in under four minutes in the second period to help lead them to a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens.
Kyle Turris had two goals and Jakob Silfverberg scored his first NHL goal as the Ottawa Senators beat the Florida Panthers 4-0.
They may have not been on your TV screens, but a good number of Ottawa Senators players have been playing hockey the past few months in Europe or in the American Hockey League. Here's a look at where they were, and how they fared.
With Ottawa Senators players currently scattered across the globe, it can be hard to keep up with them. Here's a quick run-down on what the players are up to.
The Ottawa Senators announced today that they've signed goaltender Nathan Lawson to a one-year, two-way deal.
Not every NHL free agent has teams lining up for their services. Some are still waiting by their phone anxiously to see if they can keep the dream alive.
Ottawa Senators GM Bryan Murray has stated he doesn't expect to make any other moves, meaning the roster is set. How does it look?
The Ottawa Senators made a couple of minor moves today, signing Shane Prince to an entry level deal and Andre Benoit to a one-year contract.
The Ottawa Senators announced today that they have re-signed Peter Regin to a one-year, one-way deal worth $800,000.
It looks as though former 6th round draft pick Mark Stone will make his NHL debut tonight for the Ottawa Senators in their first round playoff matchup with the New York Rangers.
With the Ottawa Senators' 5-1 win over the New York Islanders, the Sens have clinched a spot in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. No, this is not an April Fools Day prank.