Draft Lottery Tonight

SensChirp April 12, 2011

8.1% That is the chance the Ottawa Senators end up with the first overall selection when the NHL holds its annual draft lottery tonight at 8:00 PM. All the action can be seen live

Sens Clean Out Their Lockers

SensChirp April 11, 2011

As the Sens came together for the last time before departing on what will be a long summer, there seemed to be a general sense of hope for the future. The team was much

Thoughts on Clouston- Website Update

SensChirp April 10, 2011

All year we heard about tension between Clouston and the players. It was mentioned on this site a few times actually. The way he handled some of the guys in the room was an

Sens Clean House

SensChirp April 10, 2011

The Ottawa Senators have done the expected and fired head coach Cory Clouston along with his assistants Greg Carvel and Brad Lauer. This was a move we have been talking about for quite some

Fight of the Year

SensChirp April 9, 2011

Season Finale- McElhinney Starts

SensChirp April 9, 2011

It has been a long and often unpleasant ride for fans of the Ottawa Senators. But today, the season comes to an end with an afternoon affair against the Bruins in Boston. Curtis McElhinney

Cody Bass Recalled

SensChirp April 9, 2011

Extremely classy move by the Sens organization as they have recalled forward and AHL man of the year Cody Bass for this afternoon’s finale against the Bruins. Bass will be making his first appearance

Murray Extended for 3 Years

SensChirp April 8, 2011

At this morning’s press conference, Melnyk indicated that he would talk with Murray about his future with the organization. That conversation did not take long at all. Bryan Murray is staying on as the

Melnyk to Meet with Media at 10:00 AM

SensChirp April 8, 2011

(UPDATE 10:07 AM)- Melnyk would not provide comment on the future of Cory Clouston although according to most, that decision has already been made. (UPDATE 10:01 AM)- Eugene Melnyk indicated that he has not

Kuba a Hero in Home Finale

SensChirp April 8, 2011

Why not Filip Kuba?! Not much has gone right for Kuba this year but tonight he played the role of hero. A harmless looking wrister found its way past Alex Auld and the Ottawa