Ottawa's loss to Pittsburgh feels oddly familiar. Where have we seen it before?
In the first round, we looked at how the Senators and Canadiens might match lines, so before we get to the second round, let's recap the first round to see how reality matched up with the...
A look at what went right and what went wrong for the Ottawa Senators in their 4-1 series win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Still not sure what to make of the Ottawa Senators' 3-1 series lead over the Montreal Canadiens? Here's what it's meant historically.
Let's get one thing out of the way. P.K. Subban is an extremely talented and a very dangerous player and the Ottawa Senators will have to figure out a way to contain him. Now is he as good as Erik...
One of the main advantages of playing hockey at home is that the coach gets the last line change. There is the home crowd, which is great for sure, and there is an advantage on face-offs, but being...
On Thursday night, Paul MacLean tried something... interesting. To match the size and physicality of the Philadelphia Flyers, he took Zack Smith and Chris Neil out of their typical shutdown roles and lined up little-used enforcer Matt Kassian on thei
Imagine the following hypothetical scenario: the Senators are tied in points with the New Jersey Devils for the final playoff spot. The Senators and Devils have an equal number of non-shootout wins...
If the Senators and Jason Spezza sign another contract, one side is going to walk away unhappy with the deal.
Luke Richardson's first season as bench boss of Binghamton's Senators is half-way done, with the team second in the league, sporting a record of 23-8-4. Yet, Richardson still has some work to do with this team, and some big challenges await.
The Senators don't have enough talent to make the playoffs on just talent. They need some players to excel. Who are they?
The Silver Seven staff are masterminds. A look back at what we thought would happen in 2011-12 versus what actually did.
Robin Lehner is apparently of the belief that his entry-level contract will be up after this season, even though most others think it'll carry forward for another year. Either way, Lehner's leaving no doubt about his desire to play for Ottawa.
Today you’ll get another chance to discuss all things blue line as we take a look at problems and possible options for the Sens to pursue before the season starts.
Given that Craig Anderson hasn't played a competitive game in nearly nine months and is a notoriously slow starter even at the best of times, the Ottawa Senators should start someone else in the all-important first game of the season: Robin Lehner.
They may have not been on your TV screens, but a good number of Ottawa Senators players have been playing hockey the past few months in Europe or in the American Hockey League. Here's a look at where they were, and how they fared.
Robin Lehner is tearing up the AHL for the Binghamton Senators, after sludging it up the past two seasons. Despite his ineffective AHL career so far, there were plenty of signs this kind of season was coming.
The Senators heritage jersey took to the ice for the first time in 2011-2012. We look at the instances in which the team put on the new sweater and how they fared.
Comparing the impact of revenue growth on the latest NHL and NHLPA proposals in the CBA negotiations.