Sens Host Habs in Final Home Game

SensChirp April 7, 2011

The Ottawa Senators close out their home schedule tonight when they play host to the playoff-bound Montreal Canadiens at Scotiabank Place. Not much on the line tonight but it should be a good atmosphere

Sens Sign Pat Cannone- Recall Five

SensChirp April 7, 2011

The Ottawa Senators have dipped into the NCAA free agent pool again, as they are expected to ink Miami University forward Pat Cannone. Cannone had 14 goals and 37 points this season with Miami

Binghamton Playoff Bound

SensChirp April 7, 2011

With tonight’s OT winner by Jim O’Brien, the Binghamton Senators have clinched a spot in the Calder Cup playoffs. The team should get significant reinforcements when the NHL season ends and could be a

Five Players to Bingo, Sens Like Landeskog

SensChirp April 6, 2011

This morning the Sens announced that they have demoted five players to Binghamton of the AHL. Among the names on the way to help out the AHL team are Erik Condra, Roman Wick, David

Butler’s Breakaway Beauty

SensChirp April 6, 2011

Sens Host Flyers- Anderson Starts

SensChirp April 5, 2011

The Ottawa Senators play their second to last home game of the season tonight when the Eastern Conference leading Philadelphia Flyers roll into town for a 7:30 start. The Sens will have a few

Wiercioch, Benoit, Wick Recalled

SensChirp April 5, 2011

As expected, the Sens have announced a handful of call ups ahead of tonight’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers. According to NHL.com, Patrick Wiercioch and Andre Benoit have been called up to replace the

Alfie Done for the Year

SensChirp April 5, 2011

In typical Daniel Alfredsson style, the Captain gave it one more chance. There was little left for the Sens to play for but Alfie just had to be sure. And now with just three

Wiser’s Week on SensChirp

SensChirp April 5, 2011

The Final Week

SensChirp April 4, 2011

Just three games to go. That’s it. It has been a long and painful season for Sens fans but by this time next week, it will be all wrapped up. The Senators have just