Turris/Stone Continue Excellence, Subban Over Karlsson For Norris?



Ottawa Sun “Ottawa Senators proving they have no quit” – Tim Baines

A nice piece up on the Ottawa Sun today that captures accurately how incredible Ottawa’s current run has been.

Also a focus is the Senators first playoff appearance in which Jason York recounts the run Ottawa went on in the 96-97 season, where it came down to a final 82nd “win and you’re in” style of game vs Buffalo. Will the Senators make it this year? It would be the end to an incredible run and perhaps the greatest in the franchise’s history.

Silver Seven “Ups and Downs: Week 26″ – nkb

Submission: Trevor Shackles

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This week Silver Seven Sens looks at the recent trends, and Mark Stone is going up, while Craig Anderson is going down.

It’s weird to see that now Andrew Hammond is being given the reigns, but it’s hard not to. Anderson hasn’t been as sharp lately, and Ottawa just needs a hot goalie.

ESPN “Senators GM Bryan Murray inspired by teams improbable run” – Pierre LeBrun

Submission: Jay Nowak

A great piece on the inspiration the Senators improbable run has given GM Bryan Murray off the ice with his battle with Stage 4 colon cancer , and how Bryan Murray’s faith in the team he constructed has transformed into one of the best stories of the NHL season.

Habs Eye On The Prize “The Case For P.K. Subban To Win The Norris Trophy” – Andrew Berkshire

Submission: Zachary Prenner

Habs Eyes on the Prize has an interesting look at 3 main Norris hopefuls: PK Subban, Erik Karlsson, and Drew Doughty. Of course they say Subban deserves it, but nonetheless it is interesting to take note of the in depth statistical comparisons of all 3 elite D-men.

The Player’s Tribune “Elite Defenseman 101: Part One” – Kevin Shattenkirk

Submission: Eldrinson Vado

Elite Defensemen 101: Part One

Kevin Shattenkirk, a defensemen on the St.Louis Blues and arguably one of the league’s best, writes what makes for an elite defensemen. Similar to Logan Couture’s article at the Players Tribune, Kevin Shattenkirk does the same, this time focusing on defensemen he plays against the most in the Western conference.

A really great article coming from a top notch player in the NHL today.



What to do, oh what to do? Jay looks at the Ottawa Senators’ goaltending situation, as questions have arisen mainly since Andrew Hammond has burst onto the scene. Jay – Goaltending.

The Ottawa Senators Have Two Legitmate NHL Award Winners. Senators – Award Nominees. 

Kyle Turris Has Picked Up His Game, And Are The Hockey Gods Against Us? Trevor – Who’s Hot. 

Is Mark Stone the best Senators Rookie Of All-Time? Mark Stone – Rookie. 

Hey Dave Cameron, Mike Hoffman is not a 4th line player. Mike Hoffman – 4th Line. 

Trevor sets up the rest of Ottawa’s schedule. Trevor – Schedule, Opponents.

Jean-Gabriel Pageau has Landed, and that 3rd line has been great. Pageau – 3rd Line Is Awesome. 


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