Author Archive | Ken Warren

While Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson says a long NHL lockout could mean the end of his career, defenceman Chris Phillips isn’t buying what NHL commissioner Gary Bettman is selling. “I know it’s possible I have played my last game in the NHL,” Alfredsson told reporters in New York, where he served as a right [...]

Ottawa Senators defenceman Chris Phillips has joined former Senators winger Dany Heatley in suing his former agent. Phillips filed a $7.5 million lawsuit in connection with alleged shoddy investments and unauthorized real estate deals by Stacey McAlpine. Speaking before stepping on the ice for an informal skate at the Bell Sensplex Thursday morning, Phillips said [...]

John Chabot is about to add another item to his overloaded hockey resume — training Ottawa Senators players once the NHL lockout kicks in at midnight Saturday. He’s enthusiastic about the challenge, but after being around the hockey world a time or two as a player and coach, he also believes the NHL is on the verge of losing a healthy share of its audience in the United States due to the pending work stoppage.

Coming soon to a TV near you: a public service announcement from rugged Senators winger Chris Neil about the plight of starving children in West Africa. Neil, former Senators centre Mike Fisher and Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa will be featured in TV spots produced by World Vision Canada. “It’s such a great cause,” Neil [...]

  As Jason Spezza returned to the ice in Ottawa Tuesday for the first time since April, he couldn’t help but remark about the great summer that was everywhere in the province. It wasn’t all fun and games in the off-season, though. Spezza was, at times, a poster child for the players’ association during on-going [...]