Anderson Starts, Michalek Returns

SensChirp March 25, 2011

The 28th place Ottawa Senators return home tonight to take on the Washington Capitals.  Craig Anderson, who was excellent last night, makes his second straight start and Milan Michalek returns to the Ottawa line

Karlsson, Anderson Shine on Broadway

SensChirp March 25, 2011

The Rangers didn’t exactly play like a team battling for playoff positioning but perhaps a lot of that had to do with the Sens playing a nearly air tight road game. The Sens made

Karlsson’s Winner

SensChirp March 25, 2011

Anderson Starts at MSG

SensChirp March 24, 2011

Fresh off signing a four year/$12.75 million extension with the team, Craig Anderson will make the start in goal tonight at Madison Square Garden. The combination of McElhinney playing well and a minor injury

Colin Greening Interview From SensTV

SensChirp March 23, 2011

In Praise of Colin Greening

SensChirp March 23, 2011

Down the NHL’s stretch run, the Ottawa Senators have gone through a number of call ups. The goal is obviously to give a number of young guys a taste of the NHL. Bobby Butler,

Clouston Post Game

SensChirp March 23, 2011

Greening Opens the Scoring

SensChirp March 23, 2011

Sens Fall in Carolina

SensChirp March 23, 2011

It’s pretty easy being an Ottawa Senators fan these days. They win, it’s a good thing. They lose, and you can still find reason to be positive.This team is putting in an honest effort

McElhinney Starts in Carolina

SensChirp March 22, 2011

The Ottawa Senators continue their role as playoff spoilers tonight when they visit the Carolina Hurricanes in what has to be described as a must-win game for the home side. Curtis McElhinney gets the