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Silver Nuggets: The return of Foligno! Oh, and Campoli

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Here are all of the Senators stories fit to print for today:

  • Nick Foligno and Chris Campoli will return to action tonight after both being out since before the Olympic break with injuries. Mike Fisher, however, is doubtful for tonight's game due to a nagging upper-body injury.(Score Twitter)
  • Brian Elliott starts in net. (Score Twitter)
  • Brian Lee has been sent back to the AHL. (Score Twitter)
  • Forward lines tonight: Kelly-Cullen-Alfredsson, Michalek-Spezza-Foligno, Shannon-Regin-Kovalev, Ruutu-Winchester-Neil (Sens Twitter)
  • Nichols reminds us that Alex Kovalev is not the only unproductive Ottawa Senator as of late, and shows us the pitiful stats of a handful of players. (6th Sens)
  • The Globe looks at the Senators' current slump. (Globe & Mail)
  • As the Senators face the Leafs tonight, many media outlets are pointing out that the Senators were hard after Tyler Bozak last season. (National Post)
  • The struggles of Jonathan Cheechoo, who refuses to accept his injury history as the reason for his poor play this season. (Mercury News)
  • Josh Hennessy of the Binghamton Senators was named AHL Player of the Week. (Hockey's Future)
  • The Prediction Panel guesses at the outcome for tonight's game, and it's a unanimous vote for a Senators victory. (Citizen)
  • Goalie prospect Robin Lehner has lead his Soo Greyhounds to the OHL playoffs, where he will have a nice test in the first round while facing Tyler Seguin and the Plymouth Whalers. (Greyhounds)
  • Lehner was recently the co-recipient of regular season Team MVP, and when accepting the award he dropped this bomb: "Right before the NHL draft, I was going to quit hockey. [...] This organization, the players and the coaches, have changed me and my point of view on life." (Sault Star)