Meanwhile, Senators defenceman Cody Ceci, who had a strong end to the 2015-16 season and joined Stone on Canada's world championship team, was hoping to get noticed for the under-23 North American squad.
Bryan Murray, Ottawa Senators' executive, speaks during a breakfast to launch a fundraising drive, Changing How We Live With Cancer, an Ottawa Integrated Cancer Centre campaign sponsored by the Ottawa Senators Foundation at the Canadian Tire ...
“For a couple of days, I sat there and said 'did I do the right thing?,” Murray, who moved aside for Pierre Dorion early last month, said in a one-on-one conversation at the Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday.
As we push that much closer to determining the Stanley Cup finalists - kudos to the NHL and its broadcasting partners for giving us our weekend afternoons - the time is ticking for new Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion to put together his ...
But Dorion watched what his father did, then learned the craft first hand while scouting for the CJHL's Ottawa Jr. Senators and the OHL's Niagara Falls Thunder as a student at the University of Ottawa. He determined quickly this was the life he wanted.
Yup, the same Jacques Martin who emotionlessly guided the Senators to respectability in the 90s. While with Ottawa, I remember Jacques once rolling his eyes in a playoff game against Toronto - no wait, that's right, he was “lookin' at the damn clock.
“I've been watching him the last three years, and I think I could be the same type of player he is,” said Perron, a seventh-round pick (190th overall) of the Senators who has captained the QMJHL's Rouyn-Noranda Huskies to a berth in the Memorial Cup.
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Erkamps, who was a teammate of Curtis Lazar's on B.C.'s under-16 team and and remains good friends with the Senators centre, started his major junior career with Lethbridge. Aside from attending the Senators development camp as a 17-year-old, it was ...
The Ottawa Senators very clearly needed a staff overhaul after a mediocre 2015-16 campaign. The team did not perform as expected and, as a result, finished 11 points out of the final wild-card playoff spot in the 2016 postseason.
Obviously this is a move to shore up some depth, add experience to the AHL roster and maybe fill in on the bottom 6 in Ottawa if needed. Ottawa has a number of those types of players already, and he won't be a factor in the search for top 6 depth ...
Most of the Ottawa Senators have been idle for the past six weeks, but Mark Stone, Cody Ceci and Chris Wideman continue to raise some eyebrows at the World Hockey Championship in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal: Jamie Benn will get between $9 and $10 million on his next contract. Patrick Sharp and Ales Hemsky's contracts expire after next season, so the Stars will be okay when Benn's deal kicks in.
The Ottawa Senators were a tough nut to crack heading into the 2015-16 season and they're no easier to figure out now. That's what happens after a young team with promise finishes just outside the playoff picture.