Several key players and Senators head coach Paul MacLean talk about the need to keep up the presssure and stick to their game plan to prevail against the determined New York Rangers, and to be prepared to do it without Daniel Alfredsson.
The Ottawa Senators head into tonight’s fourth game down 2-1 in their best-of-seven series. With the likely absence of Daniel Alfredsson for the second straight game, the team is probably looking for its own hero to match the New York Rangers’ scoring hotshot Brian Boyle.
It was all there for all to see in the opening 20 minutes. Everything the New York Rangers missed about Ryan Callahan from last year’s brief, unsuccessful playoff stay. Everything Ryan Callahan brings to the table. No surprise, then, that Callahan, who embodies the Rangers more than anyone else, set the tone for New York’s 4-2 victory over Ottawa in Game 1 on Thursday night.
Day 1 Winners Stuart and David Konyer Ottawa Murray and Irene Greenwood London, ON Day 2 Winners Rob Bechard Ottawa Gregory Choo Ottawa Day 3 Winners Kathleeen Houseman Ottawa Sandra Goffin Ottawa Day 4 Winners Gerald O’Brien Ottawa Jeff Goyette Ottawa Day 5 Winners Winners will be announced shortly
As the Senators gear up for game 1, defenceman Chris Phillips talks about sticking with a tried-and-true strategy and not getting too caught up in playoff hype. The team is looking at this prospective starting lineup: Karlsson alongside Filip Kuba, Phillips with Gonchar and Jared Cowen with either Matt Gilroy or Matt Carkner. Gilroy is [...]