Silver Nuggets: Moonlighting Edition

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Sadly, this post isn't in honour of the classic 80s dramedy starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd. Happily, it is in honour of Mika Zibanejad, Ottawa's 20-year-old hope for the future and his second career as a DJ. He'll be performing Friday night at the Junxion on George Street in Ottawa and it's for a good cause - proceeds go the Boys & Girls Club of Ottawa!

So in honour of DJ Z-Bad, a look at some other Senators who have moonlighted over the years:


  • Eugene Melnyk: producer, Law & Order
  • Jared Cowen: Comedian, see stand-up and sitcom work
  • Robin Lehner: motivational speaker/threatener
  • Erik Condra: Defense Attorney
  • Colin Greening: Hip Hop back-up dancer
  • Chris Kelly/Erik Condra: SWAT sharpshooters
  • Pascal Leclaire: Contortionist
  • Anton Volchenkov: Crash Test Dummy

Sens Links:

  • Again, Mika [Senators Extra]
  • Getting to know Chris Driedger [Inside the Senate]
  • Ottawa city council and the casino question [The Citizen] Sad times for Euge [6th Sens]
  • Bobby Ryan has no hard feelings [Puck Daddy]
  • Corey Pronman reveals his Ottawa prospect rankings for 2013, he likes Cody Ceci a lot more than we do [Hockey Prospectus] Nichols looks at Pronman's picks [6th Sens] So does Yost [Yost]
  • Celebrating 10 years of Melnyk in charge of our days and our lives [Inside the Senate] Varada has a nice read on 10 years of Eugene Melnyk [WTYKY]
  • Jared Cowen's contract [Yost]
  • Who are the Wings' new rivals in the East? Perhaps the Sens? [Octopus Thrower]
  • Reader Sheer_Craziness has written some nice satire pieces recently, check them out if you haven't already

NHL Links:

  • Explaining Steve Tambellini's tenure in charge of the Oilers with a picture of the Hindenburg Disaster and you know, analysis [Copper & Blue]
  • Sean McIndoe looks at the NHL's one-hit wonders; my boy Jonathan Cheechoo makes the cut [Grantland]
  • Adam Henrique signed for 6 years and $24 million [In Lou We Trust] Mike Stromberg wonders if the Devils' new core is good enough [In Lou We Trust]
  • Jack Capuano: unexpectedly long-serving [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Marc Staal has no limitations; good news after a scary injury [Blueshirt Banter]
  • Ranking all 30 GM/coach combos; Ottawa's duo came in at #6; I feel the Penguins are a little high at #4 (Bylsma's great, Ray Shero not so much) [CSN Philly]
  • Cam Charron looks at Nazem Kadri and the value of a team-friendly second contract [The Leafs Nation]
  • Looking at cap payrolls in the Metropolitan Division [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • This is a fantastic read from Sean Hathaway about how the Boston Bruins have helped him cope with cancer [Sean Hathaway]
  • Pietrangelo isn't thinking about holding out, how about a sign-and-trade to the Sens? [TSN]
  • Normal Goaltender Development, part 2: Juniors vs. NCAA vs. pros [Raw Charge]
  • Developing more skill [Oilers Nation]
  • One captain question seems to be resolved; Sam Gagner set to be named the next captain of the Edmonton Oilers [Oilers Nation]
  • Dirk Hoag can see for miles and miles: the NHL Super Travel Schedule [On the Forecheck]
  • Daniel Wagner shows some love for hits and blocked shots, advanced stats be damned [Backhand Shelf]

Sochi Links:

  • Decisions, decisions for Steve Yzerman [The Citizen]
  • Success is a given! Team Canada's plans were hatched during a ball hockey game [The Citizen]
  • Can three Staal brothers make Team Canada? Probably not (Sorry Jordan) [The Citizen]
  • Snub? What snub? Jason Spezza has moved on, have you? [Senators Extra]
  • Brian Burke speaks out on Russia's anti-gay laws [SB Nation]
  • Canada is the only team with questions in goal; Travis Hughes looks at the Americans between the pipes [SB Nation] Also, stop worrying about Canada's goaltending [The Globe and Mail]
  • The USA has half its roster locked in [SB Nation]
  • Team Canada projections [SB Nation] [TSN] [Backhand Shelf]
  • Team USA jerseys: Revealed [Icethetics] The reveal led to some awkward head shots; Craig Anderson and Bobby Ryan managed to avoid the list [Puck Daddy] Phil Kessel didn't [PPP] A history of USA jerseys [The United States of Hockey]
  • Craig Anderson talks Team USA [Inside the Senate]
  • Meanwhile, Canada's women's hockey team was on the ice in Calgary this week, because insuring women isn't nearly so expensive [CBC] The team has begun its prep for Sochi [Canoe.ca]

Silver Seven Game Night - Home opener

Another shout out for our Silver Seven game nights, specifically the home opener. Email Adnan at the address on his profile if you are interested. Payment is with Interac E-transfer.

For the home opener, we will be seated in Section 323, Rows J, K and L. The seating for other games is not finalised but will be in 307, 308, 309, 321, 322, 323 (Centre Ice) between Rows H to S. All games will be $40 (about $20 cheaper than if you buy the same tickets yourself).

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