Author Archive | Ken Warren

Maple Leafs 3, Senators 1 Well, at least it was a fine St. Patrick’s Day party for the thousands of Toronto Maple Leafs fans in the house Saturday. Ottawa Senators fans, on the other hand, were left crying in their green beer. The Maple Leafs parlayed a pair of power-play goals and some luck of [...]

Craig Anderson could be back in action by next weekend. While Anderson appears to be making steady progress in his recovery from right baby finger surgery — he was on the ice again Saturday morning during the Ottawa Senators’ optional morning skate — General manager Bryan Murray said the organization won’t risk bringing him back [...]

The Ottawa Senators will be looking to cement their hold on top spot in the Northeast Division and second spot in the Eastern Conference tonight when the Battle of Ontario resumes tonight. While many previous Senators-Leafs games have been physical and featured numerous fights, Senators coach Paul MacLean has opted not to add either centre [...]

Senators 2, Canadiens 1 (OT) It took extra time and plenty of extra effort, but the Ottawa Senators now lead the Northeast Division and sit in second spot in the Eastern Conference standings. Filip Kuba ended what had been a long Friday night of frustration, taking a pass from Daniel Alfredsson and beating Montreal Canadiens [...]

Home Sweet…er, never mind. Despite playing consecutive games at Scotiabank Place this weekend, Ottawa Senators players can’t help but feel like visitors in their own building. As if home games on consecutive nights wasn’t odd enough, the appearance of a pair of arch-rivals with generations of support behind them makes it an altogether bizarre couple [...]

The last time Daniel Alfredsson was nominated for a major National Hockey League award, he was a 23-year old rookie, who went on to win the Calder Trophy as the league’s top rookie. Sixteen years later, Alfredsson is in the running for the Masterton Trophy, an award that pays tribute to his career. The Ottawa [...]