Latest 2007–08 Ottawa Senators season Stories

2006-01-21 23:55:15

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Dominik Hasek posted his 67th career shutout and Ottawa's high-powered offense kicked into gear to crush the struggling Toronto Maple Leafs 7-0 on Saturday. Hasek, who turns 41 on January 29, made 23 saves for his fourth shutout of the season, moving him into 12th place ahead of Patrick Roy on the NHL's all-time list. Daniel Alfredsson and Mike Fisher each scored twice for the Senators in front of a record 20,093 crowd at the newly named Scotiabank Place. Ottawa...

2005-12-31 01:20:47

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bryan Smolinski scored with 1:46 left in the third period to rally the Ottawa Senators to a 4-3 win over the New York Islanders on Friday in a National Hockey League game in Ottawa. A franchise-record crowd of 20,055 at the Corel Center saw the Senators come back from a 3-1 deficit with a late second period goal by Dany Heatley and an early third period goal by Peter Schaefer to set up Smolinski's game-winner. It was Ottawa's fourth straight win, but it came at a...

2005-10-30 00:19:19

TORONTO (Reuters) - Dany Heatley blasted four goals in a row as the Ottawa Senators hammered the Toronto Maple Leafs 8-0 in the National Hockey League on Saturday. Daniel Alfredsson fired a goal and had two assists, while Dominik Hasek made 27 saves for his 65th career shutout as the Senators beat their provincial rivals for the third time in as many times this season. Ottawa led 3-0 after the first period and 5-0 after two periods, with Heatley scoring the last goal of the first...

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