Senate Reform: The Finale

Your Ottawa Senators have completed their four-part mini series called “Senate Reform” which followed the team and Sens management through this year’s NHL Entry Draft. Here is the finale. The video is courtesy of  SensTV.

The video follows Ottawa’s management team and scouting staff to Minnesota (where the draft was being held) and gives us a behind the scenes look at the draft and the draft floor. We are introduced to all the newest Sens and get to watch them meet the Sens front office team.

I would like to say that I really enjoyed the series and commend Ottawa for taking a step forward and giving fans more. Fans love more information and access and this series gave us that.

On the negative side, I think the series did not reach its full potential; especially with the finale. The three previous sections teased us on which prospects the Sens were discussing. They left little hints and crumbs for us to ponder who Ottawa would take. But in the finale, when the series covered the draft from the draft floor, they did not give us any insight as to what Ottawa discussed and how they made their final selections.

I think most Sens fans would have liked to hear the discussion that went on at the draft when Sean Couturier was falling in the draft and was available at sixth for Ottawa to draft. Where were the cameras then to catch someone to say that ‘Couturier sucks and Mika Zibanejad will be ten times the player he will ever be!” The series was great, but I think fans want more.

What did you think of the series?

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