The light at the end of the tunnel for Ottawa Senators fans

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 11: Connor Brown #28 of the Ottawa Senators laughs before a face off during the second period against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center on March 11, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 11: Connor Brown #28 of the Ottawa Senators laughs before a face off during the second period against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center on March 11, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) /
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It sure hasn’t been easy so far with no hockey to be played at any level for the foreseeable future. Here at SenShot were going to do our best to keep Senators fans engaged in hockey articles throughout this (hopefully) short hiatus from our most beloved sport.

Trust me the SenShot team and myself are just as disappointed as you are with this horrible turn of events, we owe it to our readers to have, if not something to watch, at least something to read during the break in play.

Were going to be posting daily articles on this season as well as historical events in Ottawa Senators’ history. This should help keep Ottawa Senators fans from going completely insane from the lack of hockey.

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While we do not know when and if the season will return to play, and we do not know if the draft lottery will take place as usual. If they do cancel the season for good, will they do what they did in 2005 when every team in the league had an equal chance at drafting Sidney Crosby?

Or will the carry on with the lottery as always and Ottawa will still have the best odds to draft Alexis Lafreniere?

In the latter case were fine but if the NHL executives decide to make the draft lottery completely random at even odds per team, there will be a full-on riot in Senators’ town.

Either way, the future is indeed bright for Sens fans to be optimistic about, even though our owner is undoubtedly one of the worst in sports.

We have one of the best prospect pools in the NHL, and we have a plethora of draft picks.

With the long-term contracts of Colin White and Thomas Chabot, maybe just maybe better things are ahead for the Ottawa Senators to cheer for.

Maybe even a Stanley Cup parade in the next few years, who knows?

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