What lessons the Sens can learn from the semifinalists

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 (l-r) Ryan Dzingel #18 , Brady Tkachuk #7 and Mark Stone #61 of the Ottawa Senators (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Since making a trip to the semifinals in 2017, the Sens have missed the playoffs in four straight seasons. While one could argue this proves that making the third round alone does not indicate future success, I prefer to ignore that lesson in favour of today’s post.

Today, let’s look at the four teams left in this year’s playoffs and try to figure out what lessons the Sens, and by extension the whole league, could take away from them and what it means for the near and distant future.

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Some lessons will be clearer than others, and some will require squinting to try to find a pattern that may or may not exist, but one thing’s for sure: they all will certainly be written about by me.

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