As your Ottawa Senators cleaned out their lockers last week, it marked the beginning of a very long off-season. Now having missed the playoffs two out of the last three years, Ottawa has begun a rebuild in hopes of turning the Sens back into a Stanley Cup contender. A few of the players had a chance to speak to the media before they left for the summer.
Here’s your captain, Daniel Alfredsson speaking to the media about his injury, the Clouston firing, Craig Anderson, and about his role on the team going forward.
Here’s Jason Spezza speaking about the Clouston firing, what kind of coach Ottawa needs, how he has matured and about his leadership role. He also speaks about the World Championships, the Sens struggles this year and about the rebuilding process.
Here’s Erik Karlsson speaking about his injury, the Clouston firing, about his off-season plans, on whether or not he’ll go to the World Championships and about prospect David Rundblad.
Here’s Craig Anderson speaking about his 25 games in an Ottawa jersey, his summer plans, and about adding to the Anderson family.
Here’s Chris Phillips speaking about the Clouston firing, about the optimism going into next year, and about the next coach the team will hire.
Here’s Chris Neil speaking about Clouston’s coaching, the future Sens that played this year, the next coach of the team, and the maturation of Jason Spezza.
Here’s Nick Foligno speaking about the Clouston firing, Clouston’s coaching style, and the reputation Ottawa has a “coach killers.”
All video’s are courtesy of SensTV.
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