Tag Archives: Kaspars Daugavins

Congratulations, National Hockey League owners and players. You did it. You’ve taken yourself out of big-league arenas and you’ve taken yourself off TV. Opening night of the NHL passed Thursday without any action. The people in charge of broadcasting the Major League Baseball playoffs and the National Football League on Thursday thank you very much. [...]

  Kaspars Daugavins’s arbitration case will be heard July 24, but if the Ottawa Senators don’t like the ruling, Daugavins could be finished as a member of the organization. Daugavins, a winger who scored five goals and six assists in 65 games with the team last season, is seeking a guaranteed one-way NHL contract. Last [...]

The beat goes on for several Ottawa Senators players overseas at the world championships. Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson scored once and Erik Karlsson had five shots on goal as Sweden survived a third period rally to defeat lightly-regarded Denmark 6-4. Sweden outshot Denmark 42-18 and at one point held a 6-1 lead. Meanwhile, Kaspars Daugavins [...]