Suspension video for Hagelin. I gotta say, 3 games is harsher than I expected, and it makes me wonder what this would have been worth for the regular season. Now, it's up to the Sens to try to make sure Hagelin doesn't see any more time these playoffs; 3 games is enough to send NY packing.
The only difference between making history and being history--the only thing you can count on at any given moment--is you. You versus them. You versus no. You versus can't. You versus next year, last year, statistics, excuses. You versus history. Let's see what you've got.
I don't know what's funnier, the premise of this video and it's playful reflection on Tim Thomas--or the fact that the speeches of the American president have been co-opted as a rallying cry for the team based in Canada's capital.
A marriage proposal at the Sens/Leafs game on March 17th, 2012. It's notable because it's between two women. Hopefully through encouraging acts like this and the You Can Play project, the NHL can help combat homophobia. Congratulations to both of them! :)
A touching talk by ex-Sen Brian McGrattan, talking about dealing with alcoholism and his journey. Via On The Forecheck: http://www.ontheforecheck.com/2012/3/3/2843317/brian-mcgrattan-video-alcoholism-speech
At the intersection of the Ottawa Senators and the Backstreet Boys, hilarity reigns. Absolutely amazing, once again.
I've seen this a few times, but it still gives me chills. The crowd blew the roof off the place for Alfie :)
The Swedish call of Mika Zibanejad's golden goal at the 2012 World Junior Championships might be the best thing ever.