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Op-Ed: Multiple teams of NHL's Atlantic division are on the upswing

Over the last few years, numerous Atlantic division teams have populated the bottom of the NHL's standings. Let's take a look at the summer moves they made to change that.

NHL rumor mill: Leafs shopping Dion Phaneuf, Sens Jason Spezza

If you're a captain of an NHL team in the province of Ontario then it may be time to start packing your bags. That's because the rumor mill in the NHL, this time led by the in-the-know Nick Kypreos, is suggesting you're on the trading block.

Toronto Maple Leafs go out on a whimper, lose to Senators 1-0

The Toronto Maple Leafs ended a disastrous run — they lost 12 of their final 14 — and a disastrous season, going out with hardly a whimper in Ottawa against the Senators Saturday night. The Leafs were again outshot, this time 37-29.

Maple Leafs win third straight with shootout victory over Ottawa

Toronto - The Toronto Maple Leafs have started the 2013-14 NHL season 3-0 after a thrilling 5-4 shootout victory over Ottawa on Saturday night.

Daniel Alfredsson back in Ottawa Senators jersey - for workout

Ottawa - Detroit Red Wing Daniel Alfredsson took part in an informal skate with teammates on — whoops, make that former teammates — on Monday in Ottawa. The former captain of the Ottawa Senators didn't look out of place — he wore a Senators jersey.

Op-Ed: Alfredsson departure best for Senators

Ottawa - Hockey fans in Ottawa are coming to grips with a situation they never saw coming as their hero gets ready to suit up for another team.

Jason Spezza now skating with team as Senators expect him back

First there was news out of Ottawa that center Jason Spezza skated twice with the Black Aces, the call-ups that skate separate from the regular team. However, today, Sunday, May 12, Spezza skated with his teammates for the first time since his injury.

Jason Spezza back skating for Ottawa Senators, may return Round 2

Despite their first round win over the second seed Montreal Canadiens, pundits may not now consider the Ottawa Senators a legitimate threat for the Stanley Cup. But if they get back star center Jason Spezza that may change, and it looks as if they will.

Op-Ed: NHL's nasty Matt Cooke can fool some of the people, but not me

Matt Cooke may have fooled many people by contritely telling cameras that raising his foot and jamming it down onto the back of Erik Karlsson's lower leg was an accident. But if you believe him, I'd like to talk to you about buying an ice-rink on Mars.

NHL: Senators end Canadiens streak

The Ottawa Senators improved their record to 5-1-1 after handing the Montreal Canadiens their first loss since the opening night of the season, 5-1 at Scotiabank Place.

Op-Ed: Canadian NHL playoff-bound teams in 2013 may again be just 2

Right from the get-go this 2013 NHL season will be a sprint. The absence of 34 games will naturally make the 48 games each team plays, all in some 99 days, all the more meaningful and that could lead to surprises, in standings and in individual races.

Op-Ed: Why are Canadian NHL teams struggling so much to win the cup?

It has been almost 19 years since a Canadian team last won the Stanley Cup. The Montreal Canadiens were the most recent Canadian team to bring Lord Stanley's trophy on Canadian soil. Why does this slump seem never ending?

Op-Ed: NHL Playoffs Eastern Conference Preview

The NHL season is finally over and the playoffs are set. The Eastern Conference lineup features a few perennial favorites as well as a resurgent New York Rangers team.

Video: Lesbian proposes to her girlfriend at ice hockey game

Ottawa - A lesbian woman proposed on St. Patrick's Day to her girlfriend during a break in the game between the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs at the National Hockey League contest. The venue was the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa.

Is Craig Anderson injury the good goalie news Maple Leafs need?

When it comes to goalie news for the Toronto Maple Leafs it's been bad of late. James Reimer had a run of poor outings, including being pulled in Vancouver, and then there was that over time blunder by Jonas Gustavsson against the Devils.

Canada could support nine National Hockey League teams

Ottawa - The future of the National Hockey League in Canada could easily include another two franchises, according to a study released on Thursday.

NHL: Leafs shutout by Rangers at home Special

Toronto - After sweeping a four-game home stand and reeling off consecutive victories the Toronto Maple Leafs lost back-to-back games to New York state rivals in as many nights.

NHL: Leafs hang on for 6-5 win against Sens Special

Toronto - The wheels didn't quite fall off but the nuts and bolts came loose as the Toronto Maple Leafs barely hung on for a 6-5 win over the Ottawa Senators.

NHL: Leafs kick off preseason with win over Senators Special

Toronto - While most people are coming to terms with adjusting to fall weather and going back to school, there are many who are excited that hockey is back – yes that’s right – the NHL preseason kicked off on Monday.

NHL: Senators hire Paul MacLean as head coach

The Ottawa Senators have found their replacement for former head coach Cory Clouston, officially hiring Paul MacLean as the teams new bench boss.

How fans can win tickets toToronto Maple Leafs pre-season opener

Toronto - You know it's fall in Toronto when the Leafs return. The Toronto Maple Leafs open their pre-season schedule on Tuesday September 21, and Coca-Cola Zero is giving the opportunity for die-hard fans to attend the game free.

Op-Ed: Dany Heatley traded for Milan Michalek and Jonathan Cheechoo

This weekend, the NHL team Ottawa Senators dealt disgruntled Dany Heatley to the San Jose Sharks for Milan Michalek and Jonathan Cheechoo.

Dany who? Senators Pick up Alexei Kovalev

After a relatively quiet front on the free agency market for the Ottawa Senators, the team has picked up forward Alexei Kovalev.

Update: Heatley to Edmonton Oilers - Nixed by Heatley? Not Yet.

According to a number of sources, the Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers had agreed in principle on a trade that would see Heatley become the newest Oiler. Heatley, however, has put the trade on hold.

Trading Heatley: Bryan Murray Speaks and New Possible Trades

More news has emerged about the Dany Heatley sweepstakes. Today Ottawa General Manager Bryan Murray spoke saying Heatley's decision left him "shocked and disappointed". Meanwhile, trade rumours continue to swirl.

Trading Heatley: Senators' Reaction and Possible Trades

There's no doubt Dany Heatley is on his way out of Ottawa. This past week his to-be former teammates reacted to the news of his imminent departure and speculation has been rampant as to where he will be traded for, and for whom.

Op-Ed: Dany Heatley wants out of Ottawa?

It has been leaked to the media recently that Ottawa Senators winger Dany Heatley is unhappy and has requested a trade via his agent.

Ottawa Senators' Dany Heatley Demands Trade

According to various sources, Ottawa Senators' superstar Dany Heatley has asked the team to trade him to another team. Heatley approached Ottawa General Manager Bryan Murray with the request yesterday.

Toronto Maple Leafs Beat Ottawa Senators 3-1

Ottawa Senators drop a 3-1 decision to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Saturday NHL action. Could this be the point where the team throws in the towel for the season and starts to rebuild?

Op-Ed: Do or Die Road Trip Begins for the Ottawa Senators

The Ottawa Senators are facing an uphill battle to make the NHL Playoffs. Their upcoming western road trip will go a long way to determining the teams success this year and even the make-up of the team come next season. This is Do or Die.
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It looks like Senators center Jason Spezza is getting ready for a return after missing all but 5 gam...
It looks like Senators center Jason Spezza is getting ready for a return after missing all but 5 games in the regular season.
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Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson when he was with the Colorado Avalanche.
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson when he was with the Colorado Avalanche.
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