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Old wounds open as Ottawa Senators prepare for Alfie and Red Wings

Old wounds open as Ottawa Senators prepare for Alfie and Red Wings

Aisys Adona October 23, 2013 5

Gregory Shamus, Getty Images The Ottawa Senators have a date with a familiar face tonight and no one quite knows what to expect. In their first visit to the now-Eastern Conference Detroit Red Wings,

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Ottawa Senators – Captaincy suiting Spezza just fine

Ottawa Senators – Captaincy suiting Spezza just fine

Aisys Adona October 16, 2013 6

After a long road trip to start the season with plenty of ups and a few more downs, Jason Spezza and his Ottawa Senators are finally coming home to familiar territory. It has become

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Digesting wild Sens off-season and looking forward

Digesting wild Sens off-season and looking forward

Aisys Adona July 22, 2013 7

It’s safe to say that the summer of 2013 has been the most eventful in Ottawa Senators history with its impacts still being processed and accepted. The shocking departure of Daniel Alfredsson on the

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Sens looking to make adjustments before Game 2

Sens looking to make adjustments before Game 2

Aisys Adona May 16, 2013 6

There are a lot of obvious differences between the Ottawa Senators’ first and second round series in the playoffs and one of them is scheduling. Compared to starting with back-to-back games and playing every

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Oilers stumbling into another long off-season

Oilers stumbling into another long off-season

Aisys Adona April 25, 2013 6

It’s almost over for the Edmonton Oilers and mercifully so. With just two games left on their regular season schedule, the Oilers have yet another long summer ahead of them to find some answers

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Old faces in familiar places as Oilers shake things up

Old faces in familiar places as Oilers shake things up

Aisys Adona April 16, 2013 4

What’s old is new again in the perpetual carousel of the Edmonton Oilers as Steve Tambellini was relieved of his duties as general manager Monday morning and the reign of Craig MacTavish has officially

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Fifth straight loss all but sinks Oilers’ ship

Fifth straight loss all but sinks Oilers’ ship

Aisys Adona April 14, 2013 5

It’s gone from bad to worse to whatever’s worse than worse for the Edmonton Oilers in the span of a week and it’s gotten to the point where pulling the plug is a more

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On thin ice: Oilers head home looking for answers

On thin ice: Oilers head home looking for answers

Aisys Adona April 9, 2013 5

They always knew the fight for a playoff spot was going to be tough but after last night’s loss, the Edmonton Oilers are looking up at a mountain that they may not have enough

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Streaking Oilers win again with playoffs in reach

Streaking Oilers win again with playoffs in reach

Aisys Adona April 2, 2013 0

Don’t look now but the Edmonton Oilers are on a roll and close enough to the final playoff spot that they can smell it. With the Calgary Flames in town last night missing Jarome

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Hall’s well that ends well in Oilers shutout win

Hall’s well that ends well in Oilers shutout win

Aisys Adona March 31, 2013 5

A week can make a world of difference and for a team that has had a Jekyll and Hyde personality all season, it’s almost no surprise the tables turned in favour of the Edmonton

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