Wayne Scanlan
Who might be the Senators' next owner? A look at the potential buyers.
Wayne Scanlan
There's lots of jockeying for position by financial heavyweights and a wide range of potential suitors in the mix to buy the Ottawa Senators. Here's a look at some of the known interested parties.
As Tkachuk and Dorion stand by Smith, Senators fans begin to lose patience
Wayne Scanlan
Senators notebook: Sanderson may not be flashy, but few rookies are as reliable
Wayne Scanlan
The most remarkable aspects of Sanderson’s play as a first-year defenceman – his sense of calm and ability to make the right decision. Every. Single. Time. There have been flashier rookies. Think Erik Karlsson back in the day, or Cale Makar when he broke in. But there have been few defenders so unbelievably reliable.
Gracious Alfredsson gives thanks to family, everyone who shaped his HOF career
Wayne Scanlan
On Monday evening, a gracious Daniel Alfredsson gave an elegant speech that was overflowing with gratitude as he joined the all-time greats of the game – inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
More November heartbreak for the Senators as they fall in OT to the Devils
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Frustrated Senators remain confident in ability to pull out of losing streak
Wayne Scanlan
The Ottawa Senators feel they will find some semblance of confidence again and come out of this slump that has them 4-8 to start the season following their 6-4 loss to the Vancouver Canucks.
Senators Notebook: Dorion backs Smith, has faith in team despite record
Wayne Scanlan
Amid a five-game losing streak, Senators GM Pierre Dorion affirmed the job of head coach D.J. Smith is safe and believes the team will start playing to the level shown by underlying analytics
Senators' season nearing a tipping point after falling short against Golden Knights
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LeBreton Flats project holds the key to Senators' future in the nation's capital
Wayne Scanlan
Once a deal to sell the Senators goes through, the vision of new ownership will kick in and we can’t know exactly what direction that will take, except that the LeBreton Flats arena holds the key to the future of hockey in Ottawa.