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Sens Talk / Sens can shift attention elsewhere
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:46:21 AM »
The cap room is looking mighty good..
I'd say Bobby Ryan would be a very good choice :)
"Though sniper Alexander Semin remains readily available on the open market, the Sens are reportedly focusing on talks with the Anaheim Ducks for right wing Bobby Ryan, who has been on the trade block for the past several weeks.
However, the Ducks appears to be asking for a hefty return for the young winger and the Senators remain unenthusiastic in moving Zibanejad to just any team".

General Hockey Discussions / 2012/13 NHL general chat
« on: July 19, 2012, 11:43:25 AM »
Apperantly worth 100+ million US$$ for 14 years.
I honestly wish Sens could have picked him up. Imagine Karlsson/Weber ? :shock:

Sens Talk / Sens in hunt for Nash- Just another rumour?
« on: June 20, 2012, 01:48:24 PM »

Multiple solid sources have confirmed rumblings of Ottawa’s interest, saying GM Bryan Murray has indeed talked with the Columbus Blue Jackets about acquiring the two-time 40-goal scorer.


Brandon Wheat Kings’ general manager Kelly McCrimmon has announced that Cory Clouston will not be returning to the Western Hockey League club for the 2012-13 season.

I guess good old Clouston is finished as a coach?

Polls, Polls, Polls, What Sayeth You / Who'll win the WHC 2012?
« on: May 14, 2012, 09:06:27 AM »
Obviously my vote goes to Sweden.

GO SWEDEN GO!! :ccclapping: :happy dance:

Sens Talk / Alfie may not resign after all
« on: May 09, 2012, 02:02:49 PM »
Translated this article from swedish news paper. Some is google translation had to polish it off some..
When I see Daniel Alfredsson's smile, I think of two things:

1.Team Swedens  captain will lift the World Cup trophy this year.

2.Ottawa Senators captain will NOT quit after this season.

The kids want me to continue he says with a smile.

The first thing I said when I met Daniel Alfredsson here at the World Championships were:

Thank you for being the best that you are - you make me feel young.

- Many have said that I do. That's funny that I can help you with that, haha.

All of us who have become old men think it's cool that 39-year-old Daniel Alfredsson is still absolutely a top notch world-class hockey player.

- I had surgery on my back last summer and I feel great. I have been able to skate better, and I have not been in pain anymore. I have played in all situations and it's been a really fun season.

Do you like Like Per Mårts as a coach?
- I met Mårts (Par) after a game in New York earlier this season. I said, I feel like playing the World Cup, t
So its because of him you are here now?

- It is a part of it, absolutely. I like the type of hockey  Mårts stands for.
The eternally young Alfredsson is the perfect captain for Team Sweden.

I thought first that Henrik Zetterberg should  wear  the C , but he will wear it in  Sochi Olympics in two years.

This World Cup team will be Alfredsson's team. His intense longing for his first world championship gold medal and his happy mood is contagious, and of course, smittens of on the rest of the squad.

His joy when  playing  with "little boys" Calle Jarnkrok and Jacob Silfverberg is almost touching to see.

Could it be that Pär Mårts makes Ottawa a favor when he lets you and Silfverberg play together?
The reason I am asking is  because Silfverberg will  play in Ottawa next season and thought it might make you want to continue?

It was great to see Daniel Alfredsson's reaction when I asked him that.
- Hehe. I do not know. It's very fun to play with Silfverberg. He will be great in Ottawa next year and he's better  than I was when I came to the NHL.
It's very fun to play with the younger players coming up. As I did with Erik Karlsson, since he came to the NHL.

My kids want nothing more than that the old man continue he says..
When I asked  Erik Karlsson, later on I said  "No way Alfie is quitting"?
- No, he can’t. And watch  how much he likes it here. He smiles all the time, said Karlsson.

- We nag all the time  in Ottawa. Of course we want him to continue.

Daniel is the father of four boys and the eldest, Hugo, has said that the father will continue  to play until the youngest one, William, knows what Dad is doing.

- William is just one year old. So we'll see. I will decide this summer. I’ll need some time for  myself after the season to think about it. I still think hockey is fun, but I don’t know about yet another  summer  camp, all trips and nights at the hotel? I do not know.

- Also  I want to spend more time with my family. I miss a lot going on at home, says Alfredsson to himself

But after he  said the above,  he said again that "the kids want me to continue."

So I think we can all be hopeful.

Hopefully we’ll see  Alfredsson and Silfverberg   in the same lineup next season.

But first, they have to win the World Championship gold medal  together.


Sens Talk / Sign Petition to make Alfie stay for 1 more year
« on: May 03, 2012, 01:54:28 PM »
This was from todays metro and they refered to this website for signing petitions

Sens Talk / Awesome dude from Britain- Huge Sens Fan (Watch This)
« on: April 27, 2012, 07:32:03 PM »
This guy is just awesome traveled all the way from Britain to Ottawa for game 4 in the playoff race...
For you folks who haven't seen this, enjoy...

Sens Talk / Alfie's Condition
« on: April 14, 2012, 10:56:20 PM »
Just worried about Hagelins dirty hit on Alfie, and he never came back after either.
Anyone who knows his status?

Sens Talk / Are we ready to celebrate yet? - No! says Maclean
« on: March 08, 2012, 12:53:18 PM »
The Ottawa Senators insist they're looking no further ahead than Thursday night's game against the New York Rangers, but their odds of making the playoffs are quickly becoming a sure bet.
Also i found this page quite interesting:
So let's at least win those 6 games :happy dance: :ccclapping:

For all you rock and rollers out there, these are good news :o)

General Hockey Discussions / Bruins signs Marty Turco
« on: March 06, 2012, 09:21:02 AM »
Tuukka Rask is out 4-6 weeks, so the Boston Bruins have signed veteran goalie Marty Turco to a shorter term contract up untill the playoff.
Same deal as with Nabakov, he will not be able to play in the playoffs since he was signed after trade deadline.
Will he stay a Bruin, or will some other team like Leafs or Lightning pick him up?
Ok Im not insinuating anything here but maybe Murray should consider Marty.
I dunno, any thoughts?

This is just outrageously crazy!!!
Breast feeding activists in New Zealand raised so much of a stink over an ad featuring a dad bottle-feeding his baby that the New Zealand government actually decided to edit the image above out of the ad.

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