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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 »

High-Flying Leafs Crush Senators 5-0

Toronto embarrasses Ottawa in flurry of goals

(Newser) - Ottawa added some intrigue to today's trade deadline after barely showing up in a 5-0 loss to the rival Maple Leafs last night, reports the Ottawa Citizen. Toronto captain Mats Sundin, who refused to waive a no-trade clause last weekend, opened the scoring, and his teammates followed with a four-goal... More »

Isles Top Sens for First Time in 3 Seasons

Wild subdue Coyotes, Devils snuff Stars in pro hockey

(Newser) - New York's Mike Sillinger scored two go-ahead goals, the second in a shootout, to give his team its first win over Ottawa since 2004. Rick DiPietro went six rounds against Ray Emery to seal the win against the Sens, who had gone an astounding 15-2 before their current 1-3-2 slump.... More »

Duck! Anaheim Wins Cup in Rout

California gets its first Stanley Cup as Ducks dominate Game 5, 6-2

(Newser) - The NHL Finals ended in a blowout, with Anaheim humiliating Ottawa in Game 5 for the franchise's (and state's) first Stanley Cup. Travis Moen had two goals, one of which was actually an own goal; Chris Phillips accidentally deflected the puck into the goal off python-owner and keeper Ray Emery. More »

Home Cooking Proves Delicious for Ducks

Third-period goal gives Ducks 1-0 victory, 2-0 series lead in finals

(Newser) - Anaheim outshot Ottawa 31-16 at home in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals, but had nothing to show for their advantage until Samuel Pahlsson scored the game's only goal with less than six minutes remaining. The series heads now to Ottawa, where the Senators will try to overcome a... More »

Ottawa Continues Playoff Rampage

Senators on brink of finals after sheathing Sabres

(Newser) - The Ottawa Senators needed only one goal from their vaunted line of Heatley, Alfredsson, and Spezza to extend their playoff winning streak to six, as python-owner and goalie Ray Emery scored his third shutout of the postseason. Ottawa, a fourth seed, hopes to sweep the NHL's highest-scoring team at home... More »

Senators on Verge of Exorcising Devils

Ottawa takes a 3-1 series lead against the East's top seed

(Newser) - Ironman goalie Martin Brodeur was good, but the Ottawa front line was even better in a 3-2 Game 4 victory that has New Jersey on the verge of crashing out of the playoffs. Winger Dany Heatley played the hero before an electrified home crowd; he assisted on Daniel Alfredsson's goal,... More »

Senators Knock Crosby, Pens Out of Playoffs

Shutout marks the end of Pittsburgh prodigies' first playoff venture

(Newser) - The Ottawa Senators looked dominant in closing out their series against Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and the other gifted, snotty-nosed young upstarts of Pittsburgh.  Ray Emery, the tattooed, python-owning goalie who got his start with the Senators during last year's playoffs, stopped all 19 Penguins shots. More »

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