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Senators forward Stone says wrist is fully healed

Senators forward Stone says wrist is fully healed

NHL.com Updated Aug 27
Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone said Thursday the wrist he fractured during the Stanley Cup Playoffs is fully healed. "It's felt great out there the last couple of skates," Stone told the Ottawa Sun at Bell Sensplex in Ottawa. "The shot feel...
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  • AHL Logo Ranking: No. 20 – Binghamton Senators

    AHL Logo Ranking: No. 20 – Binghamton Senators

    (The AHL has undergone a season of change and one-third of the league has changed locations or logos for the 2015-16 season. Leading up to the new season, The Hockey News will be ranking the logos of the league’s teams and offering a brief look at the h…
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  • Daniel Alfredsson returning to Senators, joining front office: …

    Daniel Alfredsson returning to Senators, joining front office: Report

    yahoo.com Aug 21
    There was a time when Daniel Alfredsson’s return to the Ottawa Senators looking like it might take several years, as wounds healed. They low-balled him, he got bitter, they met his price, he said ‘nah, I’m going to the Detroit Red Wings because unlike S…
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  • Puck Daddy's Summer Series: The Ottawa Senators from A to Zed

    Puck Daddy's Summer Series: The Ottawa Senators from A to Zed

    yahoo.com Aug 21
    (Ed. Note: August is known to be a very quiet month in the hockey world. As we wait for September to arrive and training camps to begin, let’s learn a little history about all 30 teams. Behold, our summer A-Z(ed) series, in which we ask fans of all 30 t…
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  • Senators to hire Alfredsson for front-office role: report

    Senators to hire Alfredsson for front-office role: report

    NHL.com Aug 21
    Former Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is close to accepting a position in their hockey operations department, TSN reported Friday. Alfredsson spent 17 seasons with the Senators before playing the last season of his career (2013-14) w...
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  • Veterans Havlat, Kennedy, Antropov looking for deals; Ehlers to…

    Veterans Havlat, Kennedy, Antropov looking for deals; Ehlers to Switzerland?

    With a tight salary cap and uncertainty about where the upper limit will be heading in the future, this off-season hasn’t been an easy one for veteran free agents. Top UFAs such as Cody Franson and Christian Ehrhoff remain unsigned, useful veterans such…
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  • Andrew Hammond pays tribute to ‘Butterfly Child’ on new mask

    Andrew Hammond pays tribute to ‘Butterfly Child’ on new mask

    With a nickname like ‘Hamburglar,’ it was pretty obvious what was going to be the main focus of Andrew Hammond’s new mask. But it’s the tribute on the back that really stands out. Hammond unveiled his brand new lid for the upcoming campaign through his …
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  • Senators' Methot putting difficult season behind him

    Senators' Methot putting difficult season behind him

    NHL.com Aug 16
    Ottawa Senators defenseman Marc Methot had a difficult season last year, sustaining an upper-body injury and scoring 11 points in 45 games while also worrying about his future in Ottawa. But once Methot, who was in the final year of a four-year...
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  • Which Canadian team will reign supreme in 2015-16?

    Which Canadian team will reign supreme in 2015-16?

    While there’s no award given for finishing as the best Canadian team in the NHL, it’s always a point of pride for the seven clubs north of the border. In 2014-15, the Montreal Canadiens were practically carried by the incredible play of Carey Price, fin…
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  • Sami Salo officially announces retirement, needs another wrist …

    Sami Salo officially announces retirement, needs another wrist surgery

    In early July, rumors surfaced that Sami Salo had played his final game in the NHL. Now, the 40-year-old defenseman has confirmed those rumors, adding that his nagging wrist injury is what has cost him a final season. Salo last played in the 2013-14 sea…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Senators still shopping Greening

    Rumor Roundup: Senators still shopping Greening

    Following the recent completion of the NHL’s 2015 salary-arbitration period, Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston observed the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators and Minnesota Wild had a second buyout window open for a 48-hour period commencing on Aug. 5. None …
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  • Senators’ Hoffman awarded one-year, $2 million contract in arbi…

    Senators’ Hoffman awarded one-year, $2 million contract in arbitration

    The Ottawa Senators will have their leading goal scorer back in the lineup next season for a mere $2 million. Monday afternoon, Senators winger Mike Hoffman was awarded a $2 million salary through arbitration, which is $1.4 million less than his $3.4 mi…
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  • Senators forward Mike Hoffman awarded US$2 million in salary ar…

    Senators forward Mike Hoffman awarded US$2 million in salary arbitration

    NHL.com Aug 3
    OTTAWA - Ottawa Senators forward Mike Hoffman was awarded a US$2-million, one-year deal by an arbitrator. Hoffman asked for $1.75 million and the Senators $3.4 million in player-elected salary arbitration. The 25-year-old finished sixth in...
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  • The Top 10 moments for 2014-15

    The Top 10 moments for 2014-15

    1. Hawks win the Stanley Cup – June 15, 2015 Thanks to the (literally) tireless efforts of Conn Smythe winner Duncan Keith, the Chicago Blackhawks claimed their third Stanley Cup in six seasons, dusting off the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games. Keith, w…
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  • Hoffman, Senators far apart in arbitration: report

    Hoffman, Senators far apart in arbitration: report

    NHL.com Jul 28
    Left wing Mike Hoffman, a restricted free agent who is scheduled to go to arbitration Thursday, has submitted a request for $3.4 million per year, while the Ottawa Senators have offered a one-year, $1.7 million contract, according to Sportsnet. ...
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  • Five players headed for salary arbitration

    Five players headed for salary arbitration

    NHL.com Jul 5
    Five NHL players remain headed for salary arbitration. Hearings will be held in Toronto through July 31. The players are listed below: Minnesota Wild: Erik Haula (July 31) Nashville Predators: Colin Wilson (July 28) Ottawa Senators:...
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  • Senators’ Chiasson awarded one-year, $1.2 million deal through …

    Senators’ Chiasson awarded one-year, $1.2 million deal through arbitration

    Alex Chiasson and the Ottawa Senators failed to come to terms on a new contract before or after his arbitration hearing, so a league-appointed arbitrator decided the fate of Chiasson’s next deal. Following a July 23 arbitration, Chiasson was handed a on…
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  • Why hasn’t your team done anything this off-season?

    Why hasn’t your team done anything this off-season?

    We’ve seen plenty of turnover on NHL rosters so far this summer, setting up what appears to be even crazier parity than normal in each division. The Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and San Jose Sharks made major moves in the Pacific. The Washington Capi…
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  • 10 players facing make or break seasons in 2015-16

    10 players facing make or break seasons in 2015-16

    The Edmonton Oilers avoided arbitration with Justin Schultz Wednesday by inking the 25-year-old blueliner to a one-year, $3.9 million deal. But the arbitration wasn’t Schultz’s choice. Rather, it was the Oilers who wanted to plead their case for a lower…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Red Wings, Senators trade buzz

    Rumor Roundup: Red Wings, Senators trade buzz

    The Detroit Red Wings made a couple of recent notable additions via free agency, signing defenseman Mike Green and center Brad Richards. Still, one Detroit sports talk show host believes there’s more to be done. Writing for the Detroit Free Press, Jamie…
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  • Luke Richardson agrees to one-year deal to coach AHL Senators

    Luke Richardson agrees to one-year deal to coach AHL Senators

    In late-May, it was reported that the Ottawa Senators had tabled an offer to free agent bench boss Luke Richardson in hopes that he would come back for at least one more season to coach the AHL’s Binghamton Senators. That became a reality Tuesday, as th…
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  • Video - Big Third Period Lifts Senators Past Bruins 00:44

    Big Third Period Lifts Senators Past Bruins

    Mar 19
    Kyle Turris scored twice in the Senators' 6-4 win over the Bruins.
  • Video - Senators Edge Flyers In Shootout 01:05

    Senators Edge Flyers In Shootout

    Mar 15
    Bobby Ryan's goal in the shootout was the difference in the Senators' 2-1 win over the Flyers.
  • Video - Big Third Period Lifts Senators Past Canadiens 01:00

    Big Third Period Lifts Senators Past Canadiens

    Mar 12
    The Senators scored three goals in the third period in their 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
  • Video - Wild Win In Shootout 01:25

    Wild Win In Shootout

    Mar 3
    Matt Dumba scored twice in the Wild's 3-2 shootout win against the Senators.

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