Rumours Swirl Around Senators, Sabres

SensChirp February 28, 2014

Tim Murray has officially put his stamp on the Buffalo Sabres.  And based on the rumours that are swirling around tonight, there may be lots more to come. Ryan Miller is a member of

End of the Line for Big Rig?

SensChirp February 28, 2014

The NHL Trade Deadline is less than a week away and rumours continue to swirl around the future of veteran defenceman Chris Phillips. As the team departs for the West Coast, there is a

Senators Embarrassed on Home Ice- Highlights

SensChirp February 28, 2014

- A little bit surprised by the moral outrage over the seemingly harmless incident between Chris Neil and Johan Franzen late in last night’s game.  Franzen was the best player on the ice for

Game Day- Senators Host Alfredsson and the Wings

SensChirp February 27, 2014

It has been nearly three weeks since the Ottawa Senators last played a hockey game. After an extended Olympic break, the Sens finally return to the ice at the Canadian Tire Centre.  And there

Deadline Day Looms for Milan Michalek

SensChirp February 26, 2014

He has played 291 games in a Sens uniform. Acquired as the centre piece in a deal that sent Dany Heatley packing, Milan Michalek has been a solid player here in the Nation’s Capital.

Shane Prince Wants Out?

SensChirp February 25, 2014

With the NHL trade deadline just over a week away, you can expect that rumours will begin to heat up around the National Hockey League.  And that includes here in the Nation’s Capital where

Back to Reality- Hoffman Recalled

SensChirp February 24, 2014

As an entire Nation attempts to shake the cobwebs of an Olympic Gold Medal hangover, NHL fans will begin to reshift their focus to the stretch drive that lays ahead.  With just over 20 games

Canada Goes for Gold in Sochi

SensChirp February 23, 2014

60 minutes. Team Sweden. Erik Karlsson.  That’s what stands in between Canada and another Gold Medal in Olympic hockey. After a nail biter of a performance against the Americans Friday afternoon, Team Canada now

Canada/USA in Sochi Semifinal

SensChirp February 21, 2014

Talk about a tough act to follow. Yesterday, the women’s team played one of the most entertaining games of the tournament.  Two goals in the last four minutes to tie it, and then a

Canada vs. Latvia in Sochi

SensChirp February 19, 2014

After a nail biter against the feisty team from Finland, Canada earned a bye to the Quarterfinal round and theoretically, a slightly easier route to the Gold medal game. But standing in their way