Chill, knuckledragger, it's not all about you. Some of it's about the Ottawa Senators:
- Cory Clouston was called up to Ottawa a year ago today. His record so far is a very impressive 50-32-8 since then, and he's getting lots of love--Jack Adams-type love? Maybe. (Citizen, Sens)
- Sounds like Jesse Winchester is back, so either he or Shean Donovan will be a healthy scratch tomorrow in Buffalo against the Sabres.
- Apparently the Senators are going to make a bid for the 2012 NHL All-Star Game, which would coincide with Ottawa's 20th anniversary. Hockey fans from all over the USA have already reserved a flight to Ohio. (Citizen)
- Erik Karlsson is awesome. (Sun)
- The Senators are hitting their stride at a pretty good time. Or what would be a pretty good time most seasons, if not for the momentum-killing two week Olympic break. (THN)
- Did Ottawa miss out on Dion Phaneuf, or was Bryan Murray wise to avoid the risk? SenSay thinks it's the latter. (SenSay)
- UPDATE: For the second time this season, Senators' prospect Mike Hoffman has been named the QMJHL's Offensive Player of the Month. In ten games, he had 7G-12A-19P. He's second in the league with 33 goals on the season, and leads the league in game winning goals with 11. In case you missed it, you can read our exclusive interview with Hoffman right here. (OurSports)