Senators Alphabet

Senators Alphabet: Z is for Zdeno

Z is for Zdeno, as in Zdeno Chara, the tallest-ever Senator. I wasn't sure I was going to write about Chara as the Sens have options at "Z" (Mika Zibanejad and Zack Smith), but six years after...

Senators Alphabet: Y is for Yashin

Y is for Yashin, as in Alexei Yashin, Ottawa's talented and controversial first-ever draft pick. Yashin came to Ottawa in time for the 1993-1994 season, joining the highly-touted Alexandre Daigle...

Senators Alphabet: X is for x-Ottawa

X is for x - Ottawa, as in the "x" which appears beside your team's name when they clinch a playoff spot. Sure having a "y" next to your team's name means they've won the division, a "z" means...

Senators Alphabet: W is for Wade

W is for Wade, as in Wade Redden, Ottawa's former #6. Unfortunately, Redden's time in Ottawa is now defined by the Chara/Redden debate of 2006 and his quick decline from NHL All-Star and Canadian...

Senators Alphabet: V is for Volchenkov

V is for Volchenkov, as in Anton Volchenkov, Ottawa's former #24. Volchenkov was drafted 24th overall by the Ottawa Senators in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. Anton first made the Sens roster in...

Senators Alphabet: U is for Underdogs

A look at the success of the underdog Ottawa Senators

Senators Alphabet: T is for Teammates

The importance of good teammates for the Ottawa Senators

Senators Alphabet: S is for Spezza

A look at Jason's Spezza's improved defensive play

Senators Alphabet: R is for Ray

Senators Alphabet: a look at former Ottawa goalie Ray Emery

Senators Alphabet: Q is for Queensway

Senators Alphabet: A look at the Queensway and the location of Scotiabank Place

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Senators Alphabet: P is for Peter

A look at the "Peters" who have helped shape the Ottawa Senators.

Senators Alphabet: O is for Oleg

Senators Alphabet: a look at Oleg Saprykin's playoff game-winner

Senators Alphabet: N is for Neil

Senators Alphabet, a look at Ottawa's Chris Neil.

Senators Alphabet: M is for Martin, Murray, and MacLean

A look at Senators coaches Jacques Martin, Bryan Murray, and Paul MacLean

Senators Alphabet: L is for Lyndon

A look at anthem singer Lyndon Slewidge.

Senators Alphabet: K is for Karlsson

How well will Erik Karlsson perform in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs? An examination of the playoff performances of top offensive defensemen.

Senators Alphabet: J is for Jared

A look at the career potential of Jared Cowen

Senators Alphabet: I is for Ian

I is for Ian, as in Ian Mendes, Sportsnet's Ottawa correspondent. Mendes has been working the Ottawa sports scene since the mid-1990s, when he became a co-host for a sports show on a Carleton...

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Senators Alphabet: H is for Heatley

H is for Heatley, as in Dany Heatley. His decline and bitter break-up with the team is well leaves me wondering: what Heatley's legacy with the Senators will ultimately be? He is a player who still...

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Senators Alphabet: G is Greening

G is for Greening, as in Colin Greening, Ottawa’s #14. Greening, who will be 26 years old on Friday, is currently in the middle of his first full season in the NHL and has spent time on all of...

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Senators Alphabet: F is for Fisher

F is for Fisher, as in Mike Fisher, Ottawa's former #12. Few players have been more beloved in the history of the Ottawa Senators than Mike Fisher. Drafted in the second round, 44th overall by the...

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Senators Alphabet: E is for Erik

A terrific FanPost about Erik Karlsson's impressive 2011-12 season.

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Senators Alphabet: D is for Dean and Denis

D is for Dean and Denis, as in Dean Brown and Denis Potvin. For many of us, our primary experience of our team is mediated by the play-by-play personnel and the colour commentators. For better or...

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Senators Alphabet: C is for Chris

C is for Chris, as in Chris Luongo, a defenseman wearing #23 for the 1992-93 Ottawa Senators. Chris played in 76 games, had 3 goals, 9 assists for 12 points, and was a minus 47, tied for worst on...

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Senators Alphabet: B is for Bryden

B is for Bryden, as in Rod Bryden, owner of the Ottawa Senators from 1993 to 2003, replacing Bruce Firestone. While many fans have nothing but bad memories of his time as owner, from the poor...

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Senators Alphabet: A is for Alfie

This FanPost was written by a member of the Silver Seven community, and does not necessarily reflect the beliefs or opinions of the site managers, editors, or Sports Blogs Nation, Inc. In what I...

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