The Ottawa Senators will play seven pre-season games leading up to the 2012-13 NHL season.
Milan Michalek and Nick Foligno of the Ottawa Senators each have four empty-net goals this season. That's greater than or equal to the total empty-netter total of nine NHL teams.
Zero - The number of openly gay hockey players in the history of the National Hockey League. Don't confuse that number, however, with the number of gay hockey players that have been in the NHL....
Craig Anderson's dismaying injury aside, the Senators have thus far been fairly fortunate when it comes to injuries this season.
Small in stature but not skill, Erik Karlsson is having an incredible offensive season this year--especially considering his age.
Jason Spezza has finally bumped Alexei Yashin down the list of all-time goal scorers for the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa Senators are getting more than their fair share of offence from the defence, as the blueliners have combined to score 154 points so far this season.
Jason Spezza gets a lot of shots, but if he didn't miss the net so often he'd have a lot more of them--and, by extension, a good number more goals.
Erik Karlsson's an assisting-machine this season for the Ottawa Senators, but he's still got a way to go to catch up to the franchise leader in assists-per-game.
The Ottawa Senators have outshot the opposition in 26 games so far this season, and have a 12-12-2 record in them. It's a sub-50 winning percentage, but exactly 50 per cent in terms of points-earned.
Kaspars Daugavins has played 48 games already this season, despite little to no expectations coming into the year.
Thanks to a win last night, the chances of the Ottawa Senators making the playoffs this season are up to 45.8 per cent.
2.4 - The difference between the points-earned percentages of Paul MacLean and Cory Clouston during their respective spans as head coach of the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa Senators are struggling, and a their struggles stem from an inability to convert powerplay opportunities.
The Binghamton Senators are on a four-game winning streak, but the team is a long way from making up the ground they lost early in the season.
Craig Anderson has 36 career wins (so far) with the modern-day Ottawa Senators. Clint Benedict, who Anderson honoured on his heritage mask, had 98 career wins with the original Senators franchise.