Ottawa Senators

In today’s Rumor Rundown we look at a couple veteran defensemen who are likely gone from their current organizations as well as an organization who might move a number of players. Paul Martin on the Move A number of insiders who follow the San Jose Sharks have relayed details on the status of defenseman Paul
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In today’s Rumor Rundown we take a look at some teams rumored to be active as the trade deadline approaches. Are teams like the Detroit Red Wings, Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres ready to start pulling the trigger on some of the trade most insiders are expecting will happen? If so,
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The Ottawa Senators’ annual skills competition couldn’t have come at a better time. It looked like the Senators’ ugly 5-0 loss to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night was going to spoil the team’s fortuitous three-day break between New Year’s Eve and Jan. 2, but the skills competition the next day gave the team a
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The Ottawa Senators are far from where they expected to be by the end of December. Sitting at seventh place in the Atlantic Division, any hopes of a playoff spot are quickly starting to fade. The math certainly isn’t in their favour, as the Senators are 15 points back of the final playoff spot in
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What’s happening around the NHL when it comes to trade rumors and speculation? We’ve got news on Tyler Seguin, Evander Kane, Ian Cole, and a number of pieces from the Ottawa Senators. Tyler Seguin Not in Dallas Come 2019? In a recent mailbag segment, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News was asked if Dallas
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When the Ottawa Senators lost top-pair defenceman Marc Methot over the summer, they knew they’d have to rely on younger players to replace him. So far, rookie defencemen like Thomas Chabot and Ben Harpur have been given a chance to contribute, and both players have shown some promise. Chabot, a first-round pick in 2015, has
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The NHL is nothing if not chock full of trade rumors and speculation at just about every possible turn. When Elliotte Friedman mentioned that Ottawa Senators’ superstar defenseman and captain Erik Karlsson was asked for his no-trade list by the team, however, it opened the door for what could be a swirl of trade rumors
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It’s been nearly two weeks since the Ottawa Senators, Colorado Avalanche and Nashville Predators hooked up on the trade market for a three-way deal that included the likes of Matt Duchene and Kyle Turris. By all accounts, the Senators got a player they’d been after for quite some time in Duchene, the Preds received a
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After over a year of rumours and speculation, Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion finally landed coveted centre Matt Duchene by completing a blockbuster three-way trade with the Nashville Predators and Colorado Avalanche. The deal, which sent Kyle Turris to the Predators and an assortment of picks and prospects to the Avalanche, has been the
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In a move that shook up the landscape of the NHL, a rare three-way trade took place Sunday night that saw the Matt Duchene-saga in Colorado end. Duchene was traded mid-game to the Ottawa Senators. The Senators in turn traded away Kyle Turris to the Nashville Predators as well as their first and third-round draft
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September is almost here and that can only mean one thing: the hockey season, at long last, is almost upon us. For the Ottawa Senators, the 2017-18 season can’t come soon enough after a tremendous 2016-17 run that saw them take the Pittsburgh Penguins to a Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Final. With few
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The hockey world lost a true icon Saturday with the passing of long-time executive Bryan Murray. The 74-year-old succumbed to the Stage 4 colon cancer he had been fighting for the last three years. Murray began his NHL executive career in 1981-82 with the Washington Capitals, the start of what would be an illustrious career
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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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Whether you want to be able to play a hard-hitting, ‘heavy’ game, a strangling defensive system or a fast-paced skill game, championship teams still need timely scoring, shutdown defense, and a hot goalie, all traits of a Stanley Cup-winning team. Pekka Rinne and Ryan Kesler (Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports) Different teams find different solutions, each according
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