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SensChirp December 11, 2011 0

After an ugly loss at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks, the Ottawa Senators have now lost five of their last six and have slipped to 11th in the East. At the thirty game

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Game Day- Carkner, Regin Return

SensChirp December 10, 2011 0

After a disappointing shootout loss in New Jersey on Thursday night, the Ottawa Senators will try to rebound when they host the surging Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks have won 8 of their last 10

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All Star Draft to be Held on Jan. 26

SensChirp December 9, 2011 0

It was an off day for the Sens today but the organization did hold a news conference with some information on the NHL All Star Game. For the second straight season, a draft will

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Sens/Devils Highlights

SensChirp December 9, 2011 0

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Sens Steal a Point

SensChirp December 9, 2011 0

The Ottawa Senators stormed out to a 3-0 lead and it looked like this would be a cake walk for the visiting squad. The Sens were in control but a three goal lead was

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Hunt4Chirp Contest Today!

SensChirp December 8, 2011 0

Perhaps from now on the Ottawa Senators would be better off heading into the third period down by a goal. As was the case in Dallas a couple games ago, the Sens were unable

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Caps/Sens Highlights

SensChirp December 8, 2011 0

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Game Day- Anderson Starts, Kuba on IR

SensChirp December 7, 2011 0

On Saturday night, Brooks Laich scored an overtime winner that sent the Sens to a disappointing overtime loss. Tonight, Ottawa has a chance to get some revenge. The Sens continue a busy December on

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Versatile Foligno Filling the Void

SensChirp December 6, 2011 0

After another strong performance by Nick Foligno last night, which included the game winning goal, the Ottawa Senators search for a second line centre seems to be cooling a little. When Stephane Da Costa

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Alfie, Smith Lead Sens Rally

SensChirp December 6, 2011 0

On a night where the NHL announced the league would switch to a new four conference format, the Sens welcomed their expansion cousins and new conference rival with a comeback win at Scotiabank Place.

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