You'll be reading a lot about Chris Phillips' 1000th NHL game with the Ottawa Senators and Mike Fisher's return to this town over the course of the day, so I'll steer clear of those stories and talk about something else that could be pretty cool: The Ottawa 67s joining the Senators at Scotiabank Place for the next two seasons, while Lansdowne Park (and the Civic Centre) undergo some pretty major renovations.
For 67s fans, this might not be the best news, because these games are usually a cheaper option than Senators games, and an easier one to get to. Hopefully, with parking lot improvements aimed at improving OC Transpo service to SBP, it will be easier for 67s fans to get there.
As a Senators fan, though, I'm just hoping we get to see some double-headers. That would be awesome.
Links after the jump...
- Tonight's prediction panel: Pretty well split. (Senators Extra)
- Bobby Butler draws back into the lineup tonight, and steps right onto the top line. (Senators)
- Brian Lee will also play tonight. (@NHL_Sens)
- Alex Auld gets the start. (@NHL_Sens)
- Mike Fisher (and Carrie Underwood) is back in town. (Sun, Citizen, Globe and Mail)
- With his team in the midst of a seven-game losing streak, Paul MacLean's patience is running short. (Sun)
- This article about Chris Phillips' 1000th game is worth reading, if just for the photo. (Citizen)
- A rundown of the Senators at the trade deadline. Looks familiar. (CBC)