Category: NHL

The Loss Of A Legend

The hockey community lost a legend after the passing of Bryan Murray was announced Saturday afternoon. Murray passed away after an extended battle with cancer. Murray was an inspiration to many throughout his battle as he was more often than not sitting in the… Continue Reading “The Loss Of A Legend”

Prospect Pyramid

We’re at the point in the off-season where many fan bases compile their team’s prospect pyramid. For those of you unfamiliar with the concept, it is essentially a way to rank a team’s prospects into groups, without projecting what line or potential role the… Continue Reading “Prospect Pyramid”

Expansion Draft Reaction

Last night the NHL awards took place. The Las Vegas Golden Knights announced their team and some trades that were made. A brief recap from the Senator’s point of view: Erik Karlsson was nominated for the 4th time for the Norris Trophy, the award… Continue Reading “Expansion Draft Reaction”

End Of An Era

For the first time since the 1994/1995 season, none of Alfredsson, Phillips or Neil will be playing next season for the Sens. News broke Wednesday that Chris Neil would not be returning to play in an Ottawa jersey next season. The 37 year old… Continue Reading “End Of An Era”

Off-Season Plan: Expansion Draft Edition

The Senators came painfully close to their first Stanley Cup Final birth in a decade. They were one shot away and that game 7 double OT loss is going sting for years to come. However, if they follow my off-season plan it may help… Continue Reading “Off-Season Plan: Expansion Draft Edition”

A Senators Legend

Darren Dreger recently speculated that this season may be Mike Fisher’s final year in the NHL. Fisher recently turned 37 and isn’t getting any younger. Although Fisher’s skills may be diminishing no one can contest the great player he once was, as well as… Continue Reading “A Senators Legend”