Wayne Scanlan
Senators have options with three first-round picks in deep NHL Draft
Wayne Scanlan
While it's taken a bit longer to get to this point, the 2020 NHL Draft will be one of the most important in Ottawa Senators history. With that in mind, Wayne Scanlan looks at some players the Senators could consider with their three first-round picks.
Senators look to past to set tone for future with logo rebrand
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Senators' Bobby Ryan dedicates 'family' Masterton win to wife Danielle
Wayne Scanlan
Rebounding from an alcohol dependance after walking away from hockey to seek help, thinking he'd played his last NHL game, Bobby Ryan earned the 2020 Masterton Trophy on Monday — a win he termed a "family award" given his support at home.
Senators launch new charity foundation, promise fans jersey rebrand
Wayne Scanlan
They haven’t played a game since March 11 and won’t play another until at least December, but the Ottawa Senators announced a new team foundation, headed by former Senators defenceman Chris Phillips. The team has also promised a "rebrand" in the weeks ahead.
Senators can celebrate bright future in missed playoff season
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Senators lose Lafreniere sweepstakes, but enticing draft options remain
Wayne Scanlan
The Ottawa Senators haven’t done a lot of winning in the past three years. And they couldn’t land the big one on Draft Lottery night, either, losing out to one of those pesky “placeholder” teams. But with two picks in the top five, several enticing options remain.
Alfredsson has earned his rightful place in the Hockey Hall of Fame
Wayne Scanlan
Daniel Alfredsson deserves to be part of Hockey Hall of Fame history, writes Wayne Scanlan.
Bobby Ryan's comeback from addiction earns him Senators' Masterton nod
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Senators GM Dorion sees brighter days ahead for his developing roster
Wayne Scanlan
Pierre Dorion was relaxed, excited about having two lottery picks in the upcoming draft, pleased with the growth of his program this season, bullish about the Senators next season -- whenever that might begin -- and decidedly zen about the uncertainty of scheduling during a pandemic.