With the changes made this week, the Senators are well into their most important offseason yet at a hockey operations level. The team has stagnated, rife with inconsistency that has plagued the fanbase over the last four seasons. After deciding to tear down the remaining legacy of the late 00s-era
Going into a month where nine of their 13 opponents are non-playoff teams, there's a chance for the Senators to go on a bit of a run yet again. Is rewarding a poor process worth the short-term success, though? There are clearly problems with the Senators, and although
With the rookie tournament just on the horizon, and players starting to arrive in Ottawa, the sweet smell of summer is starting to smell a little like the gym. That's right, NHL hockey is almost back! Given that, I thought I'd quickly examine the Sens roster
Ah, the hot topic. What else did you think I was going to write about today? The must-win game? The goaltender debacle? The lineup decisions are so prevalent that there's been a ton of criticism, not only by the fans, but by members of the mainstream media as
Alex Chiasson has found himself walking on thin ice recently, with his ice time per game on a pretty linear decline if you look at his ice-time per month (below). If you think that March average looks bad, here's his ice-time for the Senators last five games: v.
On Friday we looked at the right-handed defensemen in the system so today we'll look at the (many) left-handed defensemen in the Senators organization. As like the previous entries in this series, players on strictly AHL contracts (Aaron Johnson, Daniel New, etc.) won't be considered here.
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