Ottawa Senators

1st Atlantic | 1-0
  • Goals For
    230 GF
  • Goals Against
    241 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    75.8 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    892 PIM
  • Byfuglien ‘didn’t enjoy’ his World Cup experience
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    Byfuglien ‘didn’t enjoy’ his World Cup experience

    It’s getting harder and harder to find positives in the aftermath of Team USA’s poor performance at the World Cup of Hockey. On Monday, Winnipeg d-man Dustin Byfuglien weighed in on his time at the tourney, telling Sportsnet it wasn’t much fun. “The experience and everything that went on, it is what it is,” Byfuglien said. “You know, I didn’t enjoy it.” That revelation is hardly a surprise. Head coach John Tortorella made Byfuglien a healthy scratch for the tournament opener against Europe — a dismal 3-0 loss — then played Big Buff just 10:50 in a 4-2 defeat to Canada. Byfuglien did get a healthy chunk of ice time in America’s final game — 21:18 in a loss to the Czechs — but by that point, the

  • Bernier back with Isles on training camp PTO
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    Bernier back with Isles on training camp PTO

    New York liked enough of what it saw from Steve Bernier last season to offer him another kick at the can. On Monday, the Isles announced that — for the second year in a row — Bernier would be coming to training camp on a PTO. Last fall, Bernier parlayed his tryout into a one-year, $750,000 deal but only saw a limited body of work. The former first-round pick scored six points in 24 regular season games, then dressed for six playoff contests. Bernier isn’t the only veteran forward attending Isles camp on a PTO, as longtime Devils winger Stephen Gionta is also there (Gionta and Bernier were once teammates in New Jersey). There are holes to fill up front. The Isles lost three key forwards in free

  • ‘We are who we are’ — Stars stay committed to ‘high-octane’ hockey
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    ‘We are who we are’ — Stars stay committed to ‘high-octane’ hockey

    The Dallas Stars had the best offense in the NHL last season, but only the 19th-best goals-against. It was a combination that made them arguably the most exciting team to watch, but also one that ended with a second-round defeat to the St. Louis Blues. In the Stars’ four losses to the Blues, they surrendered 20 goals combined. When it was over, much of the blame was assigned to their two goalies, and by extension to their general manager. Just don’t expect the Stars to dramatically change their ways in 2016-17. They are who they are, and they don’t want to be anything else. “Everybody is raving about Team North America (at the World Cup), and that’s the way we play hockey,” GM Jim Nill said,