Senators update: MacLean shuffles lineup, no T.V. broadcast in Ottawa

The Ottawa Senators will have a new look when they take the ice Monday night in Saskatoon.

The Ottawa Senators will have a new look when they take the ice Monday night in Saskatoon.

Many of the big-name players who skated Sunday against the Winnipeg Jets — including Jason Spezza, Bobby Ryan, Milan Michalek, Erik Karlsson and Robin Lehner – will have the night off against the Calgary Flames.

Here’s how the lines shook out at the morning skate:

MacArthur-Turris-Hoffman
Grant-Smith-Condra
Conacher-Da Costa-Robinson
Kramer-Hamilton-O’Brien

Phillips-Ceci
Borowiecki-Rutkowski
Sdao-Corvo

Nathan Lawson and Andrew Hammond will share goaltending duties.

Hometown boy Jared Cowen, who missed the first five days of training camp as contract negotiations lagged, skated with his teammates in the morning but won’t play.

Meanwhile, fans won’t be able to see the game on television after all. The original schedule had Rogers 22 carrying a broadcast, but that was scrapped after a mix-up. As of the afternoon, there were no plans to stream the game on the Internet.

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