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NHL logo rankings No. 22: Ottawa Senators

NHL logo rankings No. 22: Ottawa Senators

thehockeynews.com Updated Jul 24 (5 days ago)
The Ottawa Senators check in at No. 22 in THN’s logo rankings. This franchise has never fielded a truly winning crest, and maybe the name deserves the blame. When you’re called the Senators, your logo is doomed to be boring or innaccurate – or both. The…
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  • The five most evil hockey photoshops we could come up with

    The five most evil hockey photoshops we could come up with

    thehockeynews.com Jul 24 (5 days ago)
    Summer is a time for fun in the hockey world. But sometimes that fun can be a little dark. One of my favorite THN issues every year comes before the trade deadline, when we often take a player likely on the move and photoshop him into another team’s uni…
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  • Which franchise will be the next to win its first-ever Stanley …

    Which franchise will be the next to win its first-ever Stanley Cup?

    We recently sorted out our Yearbook predictions for 2014-15, which included projected standings and which team will win the Stanley Cup. Without giving it away, our anticipated winner has been to the promised land before. Which mathematically, should no…
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  • The NHL’s weakest division? Um, “congratulations”, Metro

    The NHL’s weakest division? Um, “congratulations”, Metro

    When the NHL made its most recent realignment, last season, it reemphasized the importance of divisional play by also restructuring its playoff format. The wild card element throws a bit of a wrench into it from year-to-year, but for the most part, team…
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  • Senators re-sign forward Grant

    Senators re-sign forward Grant

    Forward Derek Grant signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Ottawa Senators, the club announced Thursday. Financial details of the contract were not revealed. Grant, 24, was drafted by Ottawa in the fourth round (No. 119) of the 2008 NHL D...
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  • Senators sign defenceman Alex Grant to one-year, two-way contra…

    Senators sign defenceman Alex Grant to one-year, two-way contract

    OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators have re-signed defenceman Alex Grant to a one-year, two-way contract. Grant, 25, was acquired by Ottawa from the Ducks in exchange for forward Andre Petersson on March 5. Following the trade, he was assigned to Bi...
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  • These 23 players can go to arbitration, if they’re not signed t…

    These 23 players can go to arbitration, if they’re not signed to extensions first

    The NHL’s arbitration process is scheduled to begin later this month. Twenty NHL players have filed for arbitration, while three players were taken to arbitration by their teams. Usually, these contracts are settled before the team and player have to fa…
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  • Senators GM Murray diagnosed with cancer

    Senators GM Murray diagnosed with cancer

    Ottawa Senators general manager and president of hockey operations Bryan Murray was recently diagnosed with cancer, the team announced Monday.
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  • The top 10 undrafted players at NHL development camps

    The top 10 undrafted players at NHL development camps

    Many NHL teams have prospect development camps going on this week, with some already underway. These sessions are a great way to teach new draft picks how the organization works and get them familiar with their peers from past draft classes who are also…
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  • Top 5 controversies of the 2013-14 season

    Top 5 controversies of the 2013-14 season

    1. TORTORELLA CHARGES FLAMES DRESSING ROOM Every NHL team has its best-and-worst-case scenarios laid out before each season begins, but there’s no way the Vancouver Canucks could have envisioned the nightmare that was to unfold. The franchise stumbled a…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Lecavalier, Kane & Gonchar buzz

    Rumor Roundup: Lecavalier, Kane & Gonchar buzz

    The Philadelphia Flyers recent signings (defenseman Nick Schultz, backup goalie Ray Emery and winger Jason Akeson) pushes them above the $69-million salary cap by just more than $3 million. That’s the most of any NHL team this summer, putting pressure o…
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  • Legwand saw 'good fit' with Senators after trade

    Legwand saw 'good fit' with Senators after trade

    The Ottawa Senators and center David Legwand have agreed to a two-year, $6 million contract, the team announced Friday. He will make $2.5 million in 2014-15 and $3.5 million in 2015-16. His NHL salary-cap charge will be $3 million per season. ...
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  • Five things we’ll never forget about Alex Kovalev

    Five things we’ll never forget about Alex Kovalev

    Drafted 15th overall in 1991 – right after Pat Peake – Alex Kovalev became a prolific, if somewhat mercurial, NHL scorer. He had the size and the skill to take over NHL games, but at times he also left you expecting more. Kovalev retired from profession…
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  • Chiasson welcomes expectations with Senators that come after Sp…

    Chiasson welcomes expectations with Senators that come after Spezza trade

    Chiasson welcomes expectations with Senators that come after Spezza trade
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  • Video - Jason Spezza Sent To Stars 02:18

    Jason Spezza Sent To Stars

    Jul 1
    Craig Custance discusses the Stars' trade with the Senators for Jason Spezza.
  • Video - Trades Dominate Day 1 Of NHL Draft 05:52

    Trades Dominate Day 1 Of NHL Draft

    Jun 27
    Scott Burnside, Pierre LeBrun and Craig Custance recap the action from Day 1 of the NHL draft.
  • Video - Senators Top Penguins In Shootout 00:41

    Senators Top Penguins In Shootout

    Apr 13
    Jason Spezza and Kyle Turris scored goals in the shootout period to lead the Senators past the Penguins 3-2.
  • Video - The Disappointing Teams This Season 02:39

    The Disappointing Teams This Season

    Apr 10
    The Capitals, Maple Leafs and Senators top the list of the most disappointing teams this season in the NHL.

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