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Senators cap perfect trip by blitzing Oilers 6-1|
EDMONTON -- A perfect end to a perfect trip for the Ottawa Senators.For the first time in franchise history, the Senators completed the difficult Western Canadian road swing with a sweep after they pulled off their third consecutive victory 6-1 victory against Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place Arena on Saturday night.
Bobby Smith reflects on time with 67's|
Bobby Smith has been there and done that in hockey, including edging Wayne Gretzky in a legendary scoring race, winning a Stanley Cup, taking home a Calder Trophy and playing in more than 1,200 games during a 16-year National Hockey League career.
Rookie Brown back in Senators lineup|
Logan Brown travelled to western Canada in style last week, living the life of charter flights and high-end hotels, all the while earning a big-league salary for the first time in his life.
NFL fantasy: Giants must be cursed|
Yesterday may have been Friday the 13th, but the Giants horror show happened last Sunday, when their receiver corps was torn apart like a group of teens at a haunted sleep-away camp.
New Yankee Stadium finally feels like home|
NEW YORK -- It is still sacred ground for so many fans of this storied franchise, the plot of mostly razed ground adjacent to the gleaming, modern and frankly a little sterile "new" Yankee Stadium.
Yankees crush Astros to take lead in ALCS|
NEW YORK -- Perhaps the clearest indication of where this 2017 ALCS seems headed in a hurry came in the bottom of the seventh inning on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.
Prospect-laden Senators hold their own vs. Leafs|
TORONTO -- With the Senators expected
to make cuts and to assign their
remaining players into two squads on
Wednesday morning -- an NHL group and
an AHL group -- there were countless
nervous bodies on the flight home from
here late Tuesday.
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Senators like what they're seeing from Claesson|
Selected as the first star of Tuesday's game in Toronto, Fredrik Claesson stepped on to the ice and raised both arms straight up in the air -- the same pose he strikes after scoring a goal.