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Jan 23, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Ottawa Senators left wing Clarke MacArthur skates with the puck against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the first period at Tampa Bay Times Forum.
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4 hrs ago | Sen Shot
Maybe there is some fight left in the Ottawa Senators after all. At least amongst each other, as defenseman and recent healthy scratch Jared Cowen exchanged punches with pugilist Chris Neil at practice in Alberta earlier today.
6 hrs ago | Silver Seven
The staff at Silver Seven Sens are very excited to announce that next week will be our Roman Week.
Acquired by the Ottawa Senators only hours before they dropped a 4-1 decision to the Calgary Flames Wednesday at the Saddledome, Hemsky must be wondering if his playoff chances have improved.
The 2014 NHL trade deadline has come and gone and all that's left is to pick apart the 20 trades made with 38 players changing addresses.
After a good amount of talk about some legit mid-pair defenseman on the Bruins shopping list and rumors of some absolute shit-shows in their sights, the dust has settled on trade deadline day.
Born in Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union in 1987, Zubov was drafted 98th overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2005.
Flames forward Mike Cammalleri gets a chance close in on Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson on Wednesday night.
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The Ottawa Senators got Ales Hemsky . The Florida Panthers brought in Roberto Luongo yesterday.
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Dallas Stars Alex Goligoski checks Edmonton Oilers Ales Hemsky during second period NHL hockey action in Edmonton, Alta., on Wednesday November 13, 2013.
Defenceman Chris Phillips will continue as a member of the Senators after striking a two-year deal worth a reported $2.5 million a season just hours before the NHL's trade deadline.
The Ottawa Senators aim to make up ground in the race for a wild card position on Wednesday night as they resume their road trip against the Calgary Flames.
Shane O'Brien, left, and Mark Borowieki scrap in a pre-season tilt played at Saskatoon's Credit Union Centre on Sept.
"> : Southwest's William Rodriguez, right, spikes the ball in front of Longwood Lyman's Kenny Lawrence in last year's state semifinals.
For a team that has been decent offensively but dreadful defensively this season, the Ottawa Senators coaching and management staff are surely making some strange decisions.