Another Tough Loss at SBP

SensChirp October 19, 2011

Scotiabank Place has not been all that friendly to the Ottawa Senators the last couple games. The Flyers are expected to be one of the best team's in the Eastern Conference this year and

GAME DAY- Sens Host Flyers

SensChirp October 18, 2011

It will be another tough test for the Ottawa Senators, as they play host to an Eastern Conference powerhouse, in the form of the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers come into this one with a

On Sens/Oilers Rumours- Update From Practice

SensChirp October 17, 2011

Over the weekend, we have seen a number of rumours popping up that connect the Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers.  One team has strong defensive prospects, the other is stacked up front so naturally

Sens Fall to 1-4-0

SensChirp October 16, 2011

The effort was certainly better than what we saw against the Avalanche. But in the end the result was the same, as the Ottawa Senators dropped a 2-1 decision in Washington last night.  Peter

Auld Gets the Start in Washington

SensChirp October 15, 2011

Coming off an ugly loss on home ice on Thursday night, the Ottawa Senators travel to Washington to take on the undefeated Capitals. With Craig Anderson struggling through the first four games of the

Sens Lose Big on Home Ice

SensChirp October 14, 2011

(UPDATE 1:37 PM)- Bobby Butler suffered a pulled groin muscle last night and was not at practice this afternoon.  He is not expected to make the trip to Washington.  Alex Auld will get his

GAME DAY- Filatov to Binghamton of AHL

SensChirp October 13, 2011

(UPDATE 4:03 PM)- Bit of a surprise move this afternoon as the Ottawa Senators have announced they are sending forward Nikita Filatov to Binghamton of the AHL.  Better to have him playing down there

Alfie Wins It

SensChirp October 12, 2011

Home Opener- Rundblad/Regin In, Lee/Filatov Out

SensChirp October 11, 2011

After a couple of rough outings to start the 2011/2012 NHL season, the Ottawa Senators return home to friendly confines of Scotiabank Place to play their home opener. It will be the first of

Neil, Alfie Lead Sens to Home Opener Win

SensChirp October 11, 2011

Paul Maclean has said it on a couple of occasions. If the Senators are going to be successful they are going to need contributions from the veteran players and tonight they got exactly that.