Ottawa Senators

5th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    230 GF
  • Goals Against
    241 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    75.8 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    892 PIM
  • With Lehner injured, Enroth will be in Sweden’s goalie mix at World Cup
    ProHockeyTalk3 hours ago

    With Lehner injured, Enroth will be in Sweden’s goalie mix at World Cup

    NEW YORK (AP) Sweden has selected Jhonas Enroth to replace injured goaltender Robin Lehner on its World Cup of Hockey roster. Lehner was bothered by an ankle injury last season while playing for the Buffalo Sabres. Sweden coach Rikard Gronborg said Lehner had not recovered 100 percent. Enroth, who signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs, joins Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers and Jacob Markstrom of the Vancouver Canucks as the goalies on Sweden’s roster. The 28-year-old has a 2.80 goals-against average and .911 save percentage in 147 career NHL games. Enroth was on the Swedish team that earned a silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, though he never appeared in a game. Enroth started for

  • Poll: Where will the Canadiens finish in the East this year?
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    Poll: Where will the Canadiens finish in the East this year?

    Expectations were high for the Montreal Canadiens going into last season. In the first month of the 2015-16 season, it seemed like the high expectations were justified, as the Canadiens jumped out to a 9-0-0 start. They continued their strong play through the month of November. In November, the Canadiens lost both Carey Price (knee) and Brendan Gallagher (hand) to injury. The Price injury, in particular, really hurt the Canadiens. Price was initially supposed to be out for 6-to-8 weeks, but he never ended up returning. Without him, the Canadiens just weren’t the same team. “It’s been hard mentally,” Price said last April, per NHL.com. “This has been the most trying year of my career. I feel more

  • Cody Ceci’s New Contract is Just Right
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    Cody Ceci’s New Contract is Just Right

    The last RFA signing for the Ottawa Senators is out of the way, with Cody Ceci inking a two-year deal on Tuesday. It came in at two years and a cap hit of $2.8M, which is entirely... fine. Seriously, there’s not a lot to say about it. I’ve noticed the blogosphere has been pretty quiet when it comes to analysis of the signing. SensChirp has only put up a news piece, and with all respect to Ian Smith of SenShot, I don’t know if I agree that Sens top-four is “really solid”. The truth is I have my reservations with Ceci. As I said a couple months ago, Ceci has NHL-level offensive skills, but it remains to be seen if he can be an all-around defenceman (in the Erik Karlsson mould) or an offensive specialist