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Carrie Underwood Marries Hockey Beau

Country star ties the knot with Ottawa Senators' Mike Fisher

(Newser) - Carrie Underwood will be dividing her time between Nashville and not-so-sultry Ottawa these days, after marrying NHL star Mike Fisher yesterday in what their wedding planner likes to call "a spiritual expression of their love." Blech. The ceremony took place at a secluded resort in Georgia and featured... More »

Hockey Thug Suspended for ... Biting?

(Newser) - Turns out the NHL has a bigger bite than Ottawa's Jarkko Ruutu. The league suspended Ruutu two games without pay for biting the gloved hand of Buffalo's Andrew Peters in a game Tuesday. "It's weird to even think that that goes on in hockey," said Peters, known more... More »

Penguins Top Senators 3-1, Complete Series Sweep

Pittsburgh wins first playoff series since 2001

(Newser) - The Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 3-1 and completed a four-game sweep of their NHL first-round playoff series on Wednesday. Evgeni Malkin and Jarko Ruutu scored second-period goals, Sidney Crosby scored into an empty net with 7.5 seconds remaining and had an assist, and Marc-Andre Fleury made 21... More »

Crosby Leads Pens Over Sens

Pittsburgh takes 3-0 series lead against last year's East champs

(Newser) - Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal and Marian Hossa scored in the third period to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Monday night, taking a 3-0 lead in their first-round series. Maxime Talbot scored in the second period and Hossa also had two assists to... More »

Late Goals Carry Penguins Past Senators

Malone's tally is the difference after Pens blow three-goal lead

(Newser) - Ryan Malone scored Pittsburgh's third power-play goal of the game with only 1:02 remaining and the Penguins squandered a three-goal lead against Ottawa, then rallied for a 5-3 victory Friday over the Senators and a sweep of their first two home games in the Eastern Conference playoff series. Pittsburgh’... More »

Fleury, Penguins Blank Sens 4-0

Pittsburgh takes 1-0 series lead

(Newser) - The Ottawa Senators must be wondering how many more times this can happen. They get to the playoffs, yet Gary Roberts finds a way to beat them. Again. And again. Roberts and Petr Sykora scored in the first period and the favored Penguins, determined not to duplicate their awful postseason... More »

Thomas Solid As Bruins Edge Senators 2-1

Both teams clinch playoff berths in Eastern Conference

(Newser) - Tim Thomas came within 8:14 of recording his third straight shutout against Ottawa and Zdeno Chara scored against his former team, leading the Boston Bruins to a 2-1 win over the Senators as both teams clinched playoff berths tonight. Phil Kessel also scored for Boston, which drew even with... More »

Senators Get Much-Needed Win

Antoine Vermette's hat trick lifts Sens over Leafs

(Newser) - Antoine Vermette scored three goals and the Ottawa Senators moved within a point of wrapping up a playoff berth with an 8-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight. The Senators, who scored three short-handed goals, can clinch a playoff spot with at least one point Friday night when they... More »

Senators Can't Stop Bruins

Boston moved into seventh in East as Thomas shutouts Ottawa

(Newser) - The Boston Bruins and the Ottawa Senators are teams going in opposite directions as the NHL playoffs approach, as the Bruins beat the Senators 4-0 this afternoon to move into seventh place in the East, reports the Associated Press. The Senators, meanwhile, have only won once in five games to... More »

Caps Grab OT Win, Remain in Playoff Chase

Thrashers edge Panthers; Sabres outshoot Sens

(Newser) - The Capitals got the two points they needed tonight, but the Lightning didn’t give them up without a fight. Alexander Semin got Washington through regulation and Tomas Fleischmann won it for them in overtime, reports the AP. The victory puts the Caps just two points out of the eighth... More »

Five-Goal 3rd Pushes Sens Past Sabres

Bruins tighten grip on last playoff spot, Panthers lose

(Newser) - Anton Volchenkov’s first goal of the season came with less than two minutes remaining in regulation and propelled the Senators to a 6-3 win over the Sabres. Seven goals were scored in a wild third period, five of them by Ottawa. Daniel Alfredsson had two of the Senators’ five... More »

Habs Slam Sens, Clinch First East Playoff Berth

Ottawa continues its poor defensive play down the stretch

(Newser) - Montreal scored seven times in the first two periods against a shoddy Ottawa defense and then killed a two-man disadvantage midway through the third when things got closer in a 7-5 win over Ottawa. The Canadiens clinched a playoff spot and gained some confidence against a team that had beaten... More »

Striving for Playoff Berth, Leafs Edge Sens

Panthers send Bolts to the NHL cellar, Ducks outfox Coyotes

(Newser) - Struggling to reach the playoffs, the Maple Leafs were determined to wrest two points from the Senators, and battled accordingly. The 5-4 Toronto victory was decided early in the third period with two quick goals, and secured when the Leafs killed a power play with 87 seconds remaining, reports the... More »

Flames Stay Ahead of Avalanche

Canucks win third straight, O'Sullivan lifts Kings in shootout

(Newser) - The Calgary Flames moved two points ahead of the Colorado Avalanche for sixth place in the West with a 2-1 win last night , reports the Associated Press. Daymond Langkow and Craig Conroy both scored power-play goals in the first period as the Flames moved within a point of Minnesota for... More »

Kovalev Lifts Canadiens Past Bruins

Ottawa edges St. Louis, Penguins on top of Atlantic Division

(Newser) - The Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins for the 10th straight time and took over the top spot in East tonight with a 4-2 win, reports the Associated Press. Alex Kovalev had two goals and an assist and Carey Price made 34 saves. The win moved the Canadiens one point... More »

Penguins Without Crosby Crush Flyers

Flames beat Blackhawks, Hurricanes over Sens

(Newser) - It was four points apiece for Evgeni Malkin and Petr Sykora as the Penguins dominated the Flyers today, 7-1. The win was Pittsburgh’s second-consecutive game with seven goals, and comes two days after the team learned they’d be without Sidney Crosby for another three games, reports the Associated... More »

Wings Come From Behind to Soar Over Stars

Sens prevail over Habs; Kovalchuk, Thrashers douse Flames

(Newser) - Detroit's offense shone in the third period, scoring three goals to beat the Stars, 5-3. Pavel Datsyuk had a big night with two goals and an assist, helping the Wings reach 100 points for the eighth straight year, tying a league record set by Montreal in 1982. Chris Osgood got... More »

Avalanche Stays Sharp on the Road

Price, Habs shu tout Devils, Heatley's hat trick leads Senators past Bruins

(Newser) - The Colorado Avalanche got two goals from Andrew Brunette en route to 5-2 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers. The win moves Colorado into a first place tie with Calgary atop the Northwest Division. Joe Sakic and rookie David Jones each had a goal and two assists for the Avalanche. Colorado... More »

Fisher Gets Ottawa Back on Winning Track

Parise, Brodeur lift Devils, Panthers win fourth straight

(Newser) - The Ottawa Senators snapped a three-game winless streak and handed the Phoenix Coyotes a third straight home loss in a 4-2 win last night, reports the Associated Press. Dany Heatley had two goals for the Senators, who were without ailing leading-scorer Daniel Alfredsson for a third straight game. In other... More »

Kings' Ersberg Rules Over Senators

Hurricanes blow past Wild, Anderson helps Panthers beat Ducks

(Newser) - Erik Ersberg played as about a perfect game as an NHL goalie could last night as he made 40 saves in just his third start ever to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-0 win over the Ottawa Senators, reports AP. Ersberg, who is taking over for injured starter... More »

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