Peter Raaymakers

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Market set for Ben Bishop


The asking price for Ben Bishop has been set by the Ottawa Senators: A second-round pick as well as a player or prospect.

Game 36 preview: Ottawa Senators @ Boston Bruins

Tonight the Sens head to Boston to take on the slumping Bruins.

Sens hold on for 5-3 win over Bolts

The Ottawa Senators nearly wasted a four-goal first period, but they were (just barely) able to hold the Tampa Bay Lightning at bay and take a 5-3 win.

Sens blow lead, lose 2-1 to Bruins

Although the Ottawa Senators took a lead early in the second period, momentary lapses cost them big time and the Boston Bruins notched a 2-1 victory.


Open Thread: Senators vs. Bruins

Game 31

Game 31 preview: Sens vs. Bruins

A preview of tonight's matchup between the Ottawa Senators and the Boston Bruins at Scotiabank Place at 7:30 p.m.

Pesky Sens do it again, beat Isles 5-3

Although they didn't play well all game and suffered yet another significant injury, the pesky Ottawa Senators somehow managed to fight back from a two-goal deficit to beat the New York Islanders by a 5-3 score.

Sens lose 4-3 in shootout to Habs

The Ottawa Senators hung on tight, but ultimately fell to the Canadiens in a shootout and lost by a 4-3 margin.

Sens pick up fighter Kassian


The Senators addressed a need on Tuesday by acquiring Matt Kassian from the Minnesota Wild.

Do the Sens need a fighter?

The Ottawa Senators roster is pretty green right now, and the Northeast Division is pretty intimidating. It may be time for the Sens to get an enforcer.

NHL realignment plan goes to BOG


The NHL's recent realignment plan is on the verge of approval, awaiting only approval by the League's Board of Governors.

Silver Nuggets: Don't pin your hopes on Stone

The guy is still a 20-year-old and he's making his regular-season NHL debut. Don't expect miracles from Mark Stone.

Dreams and trade speculation

If I was GM and these things were possible...

Stone called up, Michalek may play against Leafs

The Senators called up Mark Stone on Tuesday, and Milan Michalek might be ready to return from his injury in time to play against the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.

Sens fall 2-1 in OT to Bruins


The Ottawa Senators lost a hard-fought battle against the Boston Bruins by mere inches--literally.

Karlsson says Cooke tried to hurt him

In his first press conference after suffering a season-ending Achilles' tendon laceration after he was hit by Matt Cooke, Erik Karlsson suggested that even though Cooke wasn't likely trying to, Cooke "[knew] exactly what he's doing out there."

With goals come wins: Sens 2, Devils 1 (SO)

The Ottawa Senators ended a 137:17 goalless drought and notched a hard-earned win over the New Jersey Devils on Monday afternoon.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 1: Erik Karlsson

Erik Karlsson is the best player on the Ottawa Senators. That's all that matters.

When will Karlsson be back?


It was painful to watch Erik Karlsson's injury take place last night, but the good news is that many NHLers have suffered from the same injury and returned to full productivity afterwards.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 2: Kyle Turris

Kyle Turris is going to be a very important part of the Senators organization for years to come. The magnitude of his importance, though, remains to be seen.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 4: Jakob Silfverberg


Jakob Silfverberg looked like he was ready for NHL action last season, but elected to return to Sweden for another year. It looks to have been a wise decision.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Cody Ceci


Cody Ceci was the first-round draft choice of the Ottawa Senators last summer, and he shot up the prospect depth chart and stands at the seventh spot.

Ward steals game in Sens' 3-2 OT loss to Canes


The Ottawa Senators dominated the game, but Cam Ward stole the show and earned an overtime victory for the Carolina Hurricanes.

Disallowed goal costs Sens in 2-1 loss to Habs


Despite a very strong effort and some terrific goaltending, the Ottawa Senators fell short and lost 2-1 to the Montreal Canadiens on the back of a very questionable goaltender-interference penalty.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 12: Stephane Da Costa


When Stephane Da Costa was signed as a free agent by Ottawa a few summers ago, he seemed like a potential solution to Ottawa's then-longstanding need for a second-line centreman. Since then, the Sens have gone out and acquired a bunch of other young

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