The Ottawa Senators are currently a young team with potential. Who could break out in 2020-21 and lead the team?
by: Wayne Scanlan — Sportsnet 16h
As the Ottawa Senators prepare to welcome young additions from the 2020 NHL Draft, they say goodbye to two cherished veterans in Craig Anderson and Mark Borowiecki.
by: email@example.com (Éric Leblanc) — RDS 17h
Ce n’est pas véritablement une surprise, mais Craig Anderson ne sera pas de retour avec les Sénateurs d’Ottawa. Le directeur général Pierre Dorion a confirmé mercredi qu’il n’offrira pas de nouveau contrat au gardien de 39 ans.
by: Derek Lee — Fansided: SenShot 21h
It's 2020, the world is literally crumbling beneath our feet and the state of our beloved, Ottawa Senators is quite possibly more in jeopardy now than ever...
by: Frank Seravalli — TSN 1h
With the Seattle Kraken coming to the NHL in 2021-22, TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli takes a cursory look at the Canadian teams’ protected lists.
by: Wayne Scanlan — Sportsnet 21 Sep
While it's taken a bit longer to get to this point, the 2020 NHL Draft will be one of the most important in Ottawa Senators history. With that in mind, Wayne Scanlan looks at some players the Senators could consider with their three first-round picks.
by: Wayne Scanlan — Sportsnet 18 Sep
The business of sport demands fresh looks and new takes on the old way of doing business. Sometimes, what worked in the past gets reworked as part of an exciting new future. With that in mind, the Ottawa Senators' logo rebrand was revealed Friday.
by: Mark Scheig — The Hockey Writers 18 Sep
We continue our Blue Jackets trading partner series by looking at the Ottawa Senators. Is there a player available in the midst of a rebuild?
by: Dan Mount, Site Manager — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Hockey 16 Sep
We continue our trek through hockey history as we look back at the 1991 Canada Cup where Team Canada completes a two-game sweep of Team USA.