A New Era In Ottawa

Wow, just wow. After months of rumors , the Senators have finally pulled it off. The Sens have finally acquired the services of Matt Duchene. On Sunday the sens sent Kyle Turris (to Nashville), Andrew Hammond, Shane Bowers, a 1st round pick (2018, top 10 protected), and a 3rd round pick (2019) as pieces in […]

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Ottawa Senators Weekly Review: Week 1

Warning, this following article will mention Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final. Viewer Discretion is advised This offseason has been especially tough for Sens fans. I don’t know about you, but during the summer, sometimes when I closed my eyes, I could see Chris Kunitz’s shot going over Anderson’s shoulder, and then the Penguins […]

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NHL Draft Dilemma

Captain of the Dallas Stars and the 2016 NHL point leader, Jamie Benn has had an illustrious career to date; however, would you believe he was barely drafted? Due to the NHL’s draft eligibility set at the young age of 18, slower developing players like Benn often fall through the cracks as they’re passed up […]

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Rebrand or Promotion?

  It has been a very busy and confusing offseason in the nation’s capital. This off-season the Ottawa Senators have been apparently rebranding their logo without actually acknowledging it to the fans. On the official website, the Sens changed their logo to the “O” everywhere, including the schedule and logo on the ice for the […]

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The Red and Black Plague

1-6-1. No these are not lottery numbers, this is the record of the defending Grey Cup Champions, your Ottawa Redblacks. With a record like this, you might think that the Redblacks have been atrocious, however that is not the case at all. In total the Redblacks aggregate this season is 215 – 229. That’s only […]

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