When the Ottawa Senators traded the seventh-overall pick at the 2021 draft along with two other picks to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Alex DeBrincat, many assumed that the Senators were making the trade with the idea of signing DeBrincat to a long-term extension.
It was a busy weekend for the Ottawa Senators, who played twice versus the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday [Sept. 24]. Head coach D.J. Smith’s team left Scotiabank Arena with one win and one loss, showcasing their offseason additions for the first time.
The Ottawa Senators hosted Sens Fan Fest yesterday, with not a lot of action to report from training camp. After a busy day on Saturday which featured two games against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Senators spent the majority of the day on Sunday focused on the fans at their annual Fan Fest, hosted at the Canadian Tire Centre.
It Has to Be Truly Unique The NHL is always looking for way to grow, both in its popularity and revenue. Ticket sales suffered through COVID-19, especially in Canadian cities where restrictions were in place for a longer period of time.
We. Are. Back. Three simple words that perfectly capture what has been a summer for the ages in the Nation’s Capital. The Ottawa Senators have been making big moves on multiple fronts this off-season and today we get our first look at the finished product.
Jakob Chychrun is still unhappy and the Ottawa Senators are still on the lookout for reinforcements on the blue line. Evidently, there is a deal to be made between general manager Pierre Dorion and the Arizona Coyotes — both parties should cut the bluster and find a way to strike a trade at the earliest opportunity.
Some notes on yesterday’s scrimmage as well as various media availability. Yesterday, the Ottawa Senators’ training camp featured an intra-squad scrimmage and routine media availability from several players and staff.
The Chicago Blackhawks went through a makeover this offseason, on and off the ice. Luke Richardson is the new man behind the bench, and Blackhawks' general manager Kyle Davidson enters his first full season after being hired last fall.
Heading into the offseason, the Ottawa Senators had several things they needed to get done. First on the list was signing burgeoning star Josh Norris to a long-term contract, followed closely by shoring up their goaltending and acquiring players to help them win now.
It’s time for training camp at the Canadian Tire Centre after the Ottawa Senators named their 59-player roster for the first phase of the preseason. In the aftermath of a positive summer, head coach D.J.
The Ottawa Senators announced on Monday morning that they have re-signed defenseman Erik Brannstrom to a one-year, $900,000 contract. Brannstrom, 23, was once viewed as not only a top prospect for the Senators, but the entire league.
The Ottawa Senators re-signed defenseman Erik Brannstrom to a one-year, $900,000 contract for the 2022-23 season on Monday. Brannstrom, 23, registered 14 assists and 30 penalty minutes in 53 games in his fourth season with the Senators in 2021-22.