Ottawa - Mar. 22, 2020: A second Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for COVID-19. The player was part of the recent away trip that included games in San Jose, Anaheim and Los Angeles.
The total number of people that travelled with the club is 52, including players, staff, media, guests and flight crew. Of those on the trip, 44 have shown no symptoms, eight people have been tested, and two positive results were received. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Mar. 18, 2020: An Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The player has had mild symptoms and is in isolation. The Ottawa Senators are in the process of notifying anyone who has had known close contact with the athlete and are working with our team doctors and public health officials. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Feb. 28, 2020: In his first home game since returning to the Ottawa Senators line-up on Tuesday, Bobby Ryan scored the fifth hat trick of his NHL career. Late in the game, Ottawa fans provided Ryan with a standing ovation. An emotional Ryan is seen on the bench. This has been an amazing week for "feel good" stories for the NHL with David Ayres, Jay Bouwmeester and now Bobby Ryan. FULL STORY
Chicago - Jun. 6, 2019: The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have named Marc Crawford as an assistant coach, completing the 2019-20 season coaching staff. Head Coach Jeremy Colliton's staff also includes Assistant Coaches Sheldon Brookbank and Tomas Mitell, Goaltending Coach Jimmy Waite, Video Coach Matt Meacham and Marc's son, Dylan Crawford, who serves as assistant video coach.
Ottawa - May. 28, 2019: Josh Norris signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Ottawa Senators on Monday.
Norris, selected by the San Jose Sharks with the No. 19 pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, was acquired by Ottawa in the trade that sent defenseman Erik Karlsson to the Sharks on Sept. 13, 2018. FULL STORY
Ottawa - May. 23, 2019: The Ottawa Senators (@Senators) today announced D.J. Smith would join the club as the teams' new head coach. Smith has agreed to terms on a three-year agreement with the Senators.
Smith, 42, becomes the 14th head coach in the team's history. FULL STORY
Ottawa - May. 20, 2019: Patrick Roy is expected to interview for coach of the Ottawa Senators next week, according to the Ottawa Sun.
The 53-year-old was 130-92-24 in three seasons as coach and vice president of hockey operations for the Colorado Avalanche before resigning abruptly on Aug. 11, 2016. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Mar. 22, 2019: Ottawa Senators forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau has been suspended for one game, without pay, for boarding Vancouver Canucks defenseman Ashton Sautner during NHL Game No. 1134 in Vancouver on Wednesday, March 20, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Mar. 1, 2019: Guy Boucher was fired as coach of the Ottawa Senators on Friday and replaced by Marc Crawford. Crawford was in his third season as associate coach of the Senators. He previously has coached the Quebec Nordiques, Colorado Avalanche, Vancouver Canucks, Los Angeles Kings and Dallas Stars. In 1,151 games, he has a record of 549-421-78 with 103 ties. He coached the Avalanche to the Stanley Cup in 1996 in their first season in Denver and won the Jack Adams Award in 1995 with Quebec in his first season as an NHL coach. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Aug. 21, 2016: Ottawa Senators (@Senators) general manager Pierre Dorion announced today that the club has signed forward Logan Brown to a three-year entry-level contract.
Brown, 18, was the Senators’ first-round pick (11th overall) at June’s NHL Draft in Buffalo. He established new major junior career highs with 74 points (including new highs of 21 goals and 53 assists) and 40 penalty minutes while appearing in 59 regular-season games in his second full campaign with the Ontario Hockey League’s Windsor Spitfires in 2015-16. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Aug. 21, 2015: CFRA Radio in Ottawa is reporting a source tells TSN 1200 that former Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson could be returning to the club in the hockey operations department.
He is reportedly just working out the final details and an official announcement is expected before the start of training camp FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jul. 8, 2015: On this date in NHL history, at the NHL Draft in Edmonton, the Ottawa Senators made Bryan Berard the third American born player to be selected first overall in the Entry Draft. In a major trade during the 1995 NHL Draft in Edmonton, the Vancouver Canucks obtained Alexander Mogilny from Buffalo, in exchange for Mike Peca, Mike Wilson, and their #1 pick (Jay McKee) in the draft held that day. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Mar. 23, 2015: The National Hockey League is now in the home stretch heading towards the Stanley Cup Playoffs. While fans in Edmonton and Toronto, have little to cheer about these days - there is still very meaningful hockey being played in a number of Canadian cities. The Montreal Canadiens under the stellar play of Carey Price have a good shot to be the top seeded team in the Eastern Conference. Andrew Hammond and the Ottawa Senators have been the Cinderella story of the league with a great push for a playoff spot. It is hard not to want to see them make it in. FULL STORY
Toronto - Mar. 22, 2015: Just after it was announced that the Leafs had signed NCAA standout Casey Bailey, they took on the Ottawa Senators. The Leafs would fall 5-3 to the Sens despite a push for a comeback from players like Leo Komarov. The Leafs' continue their race to the bottom as their top line of Kessel, Bozak and van Reimsdyk continue to be invisible on the ice. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Feb. 16, 2015: Defenseman Marc Methot signed a four-year, $19.6 million contract extension Monday with the Ottawa Senators.
Methot's contract includes a modified 10-team no-trade clause, the Senators announced via Twitter.
Methot, a nine-year veteran, has 15 goals and 90 points in 414 games with the Columbus Blue Jackets and Senators. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Feb. 15, 2015: After stringing together three consecutive solid outings in the midst of a season-high six game road trip, the Edmonton Oilers proceeded to lay an egg against the Ottawa Senators during Hockey Day in Canada. As ugly as yesterday's 7-2 drubbing was, yesterday's loss was yet another game in which their netminding let them down. FULL STORY