Wayne Scanlan
Concern for latest Josh Norris injury overshadows Senators' skid
Wayne Scanlan
Senators centre Josh Norris, who has a history of major shoulder injury and repair, left Tuesday's game in the second period with what looked like a damaged shoulder. When it rains, it often pours, writes Wayne Scanlan.
Senators' Chabot, last link to 2017 run, focused on reaching playoffs
Wayne Scanlan
Senators' complete win over Stars leaves fans wondering what could have been
Wayne Scanlan
Occasionally, a team will play a game so pure it has everyone imagining the possibilities if they did that more often. That was the case with the Ottawa Senators commanding win over the Dallas Stars, writes Wayne Scanlan.
'We believe in what we're doing': Senators banking moral victories these days
Wayne Scanlan
Ottawa Senators fans know it’s not enough to refrain from getting too high or too low with the usual ups and downs of a season, writes Wayne Scanlan.
How the NHL schedule maker laid a 'trap' for the Sens — and they jumped right in
Wayne Scanlan
Q&A: Ottawa Senators exec Cyril Leeder on his return, new arena timeline and location
Wayne Scanlan
On the same day last fall that fans of the Ottawa Senators got to meet their new team owner, Michael Andlauer, they welcomed home a familiar face: Cyril Leeder. Wayne Scanlan sat down to talk through the highs and lows with the returned Senators executive.
Ridly Greig is now a pesky Sen for Maple Leafs fans. That won't change
Wayne Scanlan
Ridly Greig’s cover is blown now. The Senators forward won’t be sneaking up on anyone. If Maple Leafs fans think they dislike Greig at the moment, give it a few years. 
Battle's Back: Greig, Rielly reignite Senators-Maple Leafs rivalry
Wayne Scanlan
Senators return from long break with rivarly game vs. Leafs in their sights
Wayne Scanlan
For a variety of reasons, including a quirky schedule, the Ottawa Senators have lagged behind other teams when it comes to games played and points earned. Wayne Scanlan tells us why that matters coming out of the All-Star break.