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ICE FOLLIES THE ONCE BUMBLING OTTAWA SENATORS EARNED A PLACE IN HOCKEY HISTORY AS THE WORST EXPANSION TEAM EVER
It sounded like a joke. Did you hear the one about the Ottawa Senators offering their fans a money-back guarantee? The proposal, though, was for real.
Winning by Losing
It's clear after revelations that the Ottawa Senators considered tanking a game to clinch the No. 1 draft pick that the NHL needs a lottery
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Coach Bryan Murray believes that a little grit can lead to some long-awaited playoff glory
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The Senators, a team that each spring races the ice on theRideau Canal to see which melts first, addressed their perenniallack of grit this ...
Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
Cold Russian Winner Despite a nasty public dispute over a $1 million arts donation, the Senators' Alexei Yashin remains a fan favorite in Ottawa and a strong MVP candidate
In a blow to Ottawa's white wine-sipping, Volvo-drivingculturati, the ... Zukermanand Ottawa Senators center Alexei Yashin, a 25-year-old ...
Gone but Not Forgotten
The still-unsettled Dallas Stars played a return engagement before Minnesota's sadder but wiser fans
Dyed And Gone To Heaven Goaltender Damian Rhodes, a.k.a. the Peroxide Kid, has put color into the once gray Senators, who left the Devils feeling blue
This is the story of Damian Rhodes, the Ottawa Senators goaltender who caught lightening in a bottle--of Wella Blondor. The color is "lightest ...
The Big Picture At 6'9", Zdeno Chara is not only the tallest NHL player ever but also the key to Ottawa's Stanley Cup hopes
Ottawa Senators defenseman Zdeno Chara despises tall tales, solet's set the record straight. He is 6'9", not 6'10" or even 6'11", as was ...
Battle Stations The war for NHL supremacy is beginning, and even though the loaded Red Wings appear primed for their third straight Stanley Cup, we're seeing Stars
that neither the New Jersey Devils nor the Ottawa Senators look as if they have a ... If Ottawa wins the Stanley Cup, will hockey as we know it end? Absolutely.