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  • Henrique gets 1st 2 Ducks goals from Craig Anderson

    Henrique scored his first two goals for the Ducks in his home debut, and Ryan Miller made 29 saves for his first shutout for Anaheim in a 3-0 victory over the slumping Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night. Ondrej Kase also scored, and Henrique added an empty-netter to his second-period opening goal in the Ducks' first victory since they acquired Henrique in a trade with New Jersey a week ago. The veteran has a point in all four games for his new team while centering the top line for the Ducks, who have played most of the season without centers Ryan Getzlaf and Ryan Kesler while dealing with major injuries for several supporting players.
    No scorekeeper could deny Henrique when he beat Craig Anderson Jersey with a sharp one-timer after Rickard Rakell put the puck in the slot. Craig Anderson stopped 19 shots in the Senators' ninth loss in 10 games. They've scored more than two goals in just one game during this skid, and they've been shut out in back-to-back games.

    "You never know exactly what is causing it and what is going on," captain Erik Karlsson said. "When things are not going your way, you try and look for answers that are not there. You try and get out of your comfort zone and do different things, but at the end of the day, you need to do the things you are good at, and I think that we are starting to get to that." "This is a tough one," forward Zack Smith said. "For the most part, the work ethic was there. Offense was hard to come by. We believe in this group here. We've showed all through last year and the playoffs that we can score. Sometimes you're guilty of overthinking."
    Both teams wore helmet decals in honor of Bryan Murray, the former coach and general manager for both franchises. Murray died of colorectal cancer in August. ... Miller is the fourth American-born goalie to post 40 NHL shutouts. ... Ottawa D Fredrik Claesson was a healthy scratch, missing only his second game of the season. The Sens dressed D Ben Harpur instead.

  • The Latest News about Erik Karlsson and Johnny Oduya

    Pierre Dorion, general manager of Ottawa's Senator, met with media during the team's Western Canadian road trip to provide some updates on injuries, young players in the lineup, and so on. He began to share some positive news about Erik Karlsson's return, recovered from the off-season ankle surgery. Karlsson did not join his teammates for the first road trip of the season, but chose to stay in Ottawa and skate with development coach Shean Donovan.
    "Erik Karlsson won't be joining us on this trip," said Dorion on Wednesday. "We're hopeful that he will play at some point in time next week." Erik Karlsson Jersey
    Dorion also provided updates on his other injured defencemen and shared that Johnny Oduya is nearing a return which could come as soon as this Friday in Calgary. Ben Harpur, who suffered a shoulder injury in his first game with the club this season, is set to resume skating "in a few days." The news on Colin White's injured wrist is also pretty positive as the young centre appears to be making big strides in his recovery. "He's skating and shooting the puck," Dorion relayed. "He'll meet with the doctor's next week but he is ahead of schedule."
    With a glut of injuries early on, the Sens have relied on their prospect depth to start the season and so far the reviews from management have been pretty favourable. A pair of recent recalls from Belleville slotted into the defence corps on Tuesday in Vancouver and the Sens GM was happy with their contributions.
    "What impressed me the most about Thomas Chabot was his ability to defend against bigger and stronger guys. He was able to pin them along the wall and separate them from the puck," Dorion said after Tuesday night's win. "And Christian Jaros threw a few big hits if I'm not mistaken. He played a solid game and went up the ice a few times. He had a presence out there and made good crisp passes so we were really happy with both defensemen."
    The team also has a pair of prospects in the mix at forward with Logan Brown and Alex Formenton making the roster out of training camp. Neither is eligible to be sent to Belleville this season so the decision between the NHL and the CHL continues to be monitored.
    "With Logan, we see a similar situation as with Thomas Chabot," Dorion said of his young centre. "Once he gets into another game then we'll have to assess that situation but whatever amount of time he spends here isn't going to hurt him so we might be a bit more patient with him."
    While Brown is slightly more seasoned than Formenton, both continue to develop for the Senators but it's agreed the team's most recent second round draft pick needs to be on the ice.
    "In Alex's case, he's got to play. Whether it's here or in Junior, he's definitely got to play," Dorion said. "He gave us 5 good minutes the other night so maybe in the next game it's a good 8 minutes but he needs to play."
    A decision remains regarding Brown and Formenton before the first year of their entry-level contracts kick in, but the Sens GM is constantly looking to add to his team depth from both inside and outside of the organization.

  • Erik Karlsson may be absent until November because of surgery

    If Senators fans want the captain Erik Karlsson to be ready for the season opener on Oct. 5, forget about it.The runner-up for the Norris Trophy, Erik Karlsson, said Wednesday he hasn't been able to do anything for three months since the operation in June to repair torn tendons in his left foot. The 27-year-old played with foot fractures and torn tendons during the playoffs as the Senators reached Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final.
    At the time of the surgery, Pierre Dorion, general manager of Ottawa, predicted that after four months of recovery, Karlsson would start the regular season. With the Senators opening Oct. 5 against Washington, that's now in doubt. Karlsson says that it may be another “2-3 weeks” before he skates on his surgically repaired left foot — including the insertion of an artificial tendon — for the first time, post-surgery. Three weeks from Monday brings us to Oct. 2. Erik Karlsson Jersey. He also suggested that he could push back the start of his season to November, adamant that he won’t return until he’s at or near full health.
    “I want to make sure this is something that’s not going to affect me, moving forward in my career,” he said.“Whenever I’m 100%, I’m going to come back and play, whether that’s in October or November.”
    “I think we have assets on defence,” general manager Pierre Dorion said. “If he’s out a week or two or three or whenever he comes back, we’ll be fine.” We couldn’t see behind Dorion’s back to see if he was crossing his fingers. Goaltender Craig Anderson, who is used to watching Karlsson play half of every game in front of him, says the addition of free agent Johnny Oduya should help.“We’ve got very capable defencemen back there,” he said. “We picked up a Stanley Cup winner to play for us, as well. The system allows us to plug players in and allow our team to have success even without our star player.”
    Winger Bobby Ryan acknowledges that life without Karlsson will create new challenges. “There is no positive to it, if you’re serious about it,” he said. “It’s going to give somebody an opportunity to step up, maybe Chabot comes in and Johnny Oduya fills the void a little bit on the defensive side. You can’t replace Karl. We’ve just got to try to get him as healthy as quickly as we can and go from there.”Despite playing with so many foot problems, Karlsson led all defenseman with 18 points in the playoffs. Ottawa lost to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in double overtime, and Karlsson earned a lot of respect around the league by playing and performing well while injured.

  • Senators 2017 rookie camp entry roster

    September is almost here and that can only mean one thing: the hockey season, at long last, is almost upon us.The Ottawa Senators’ recess is almost over. From the final day of summer development camp, their off-season will be just 66 days old when it officially comes to an end next week.
    The National Hockey League team announced Monday that 23 players had been invited to its rookie camp, which commences Sept. 7 at Bell Sensplex, and the Sept. 8-10 rookie tournament at Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum also featuring prospects of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens.
    First-round draft picks Thomas Chabot, Colin White and Logan Brown headline Ottawa’s collection, which will practice at Sensplex on the Thursday afternoon and Friday morning before travelling to Toronto. Guiding the group will be Belleville Senators head coach Kurt Kleinendorst, assistant coach Paul Boutilier, Senators player development coach Shean Donovan and Belleville video coach Dylan Crawford.
    Ottawa Senators hockey staff will attend the rookie tournament to finalize the list of players who will be invited to the main camp that starts Sept. 14.
    The rookie tournament schedule include three games: Montreal vs. Toronto on Sept. 8; Ottawa vs. Montreal on Sept. 9 (7 p.m.); and Ottawa vs. Toronto on Sept. 10 (4 p.m.).
    Thirteen of the 23 prospects were drafted by the Senators, one was obtained in a trade, three were signed as free agents and six were invited on tryouts.
    Goalies: Marcus Hogberg (third round, 2013); and Jordan Hollett (sixth round, 2017).
    Defencemen: Charles-David Beaudoin (free agent); Thomas Chabot (18th overall, 2015); Cody Donaghey (trade); Andreas Englund (second round, 2014); Macoy Erkamps (free agent); Christian Jaros (fifth round, 2015); Maxime Lajoie (fifth round, 2016); and Jordan Murray (tryout).
    Forwards: Drake Batherson (fourth round, 2017); Logan Brown (11th overall, 2016); Filip Chlapik (second round, 2015); Bobby Dow (tryout); Alex Formenton (second round, 2017); Gabriel Gagné (second round, 2015); Matteo Gennaro (seventh round by Winnipeg, 2015); Parker Kelly (tryout); Francis Perron (seventh round, 2014); Jack Rodewald (free agent); Pius Suter (tryout); Jordan Topping (tryout); and Colin White (21st overall, 2015).

  • Would Clarke MacArthur be the Senators’ top six this season

    Going into the 2017-2018 season there aren’t as many question marks for the Ottawa Senators as many teams face. Much of the team is intact except for a few changes to the defence and the bottom six at forward. However, there is one question around their top six, the status of Clarke MacArthur.
    Clarke MacArthur was a surprise addition to the playoff run of the Ottawa Senators. Going into the season MacArthur was fresh off a season where he played just four games because of concussions. It was expected that he would come back and be a valuable member of the Sens’ top six for the year. However, in training camp he took a high hit from Patrick Sieloff. The hit generated another concussion for MacArthur and he was out for the duration of the season.
    A Career In Jeopardy
    After getting another concussion so soon after recovering from his previous one it seemed as though MacArthur’s career could be done. Pierre Dorion even stated that it was likely that he would not return at all this season. Due to concerns of his health after hockey it seemed as if he would never wear an Ottawa Senators uniform ever again. Clarke MacArthur Jersey. However, near the end of the season MacArthur made his surprise return to the lineup.
    A Surprise Return
    After being absent for nearly two years MacArthur returned for the final four games of the season. Although he didn’t generate any points, his presence alone was a boost to the morale of the Sens. In the playoffs he began to find his form again. Contributing nine points while playing all 19 games, MacArthur looked to be well on his way back to his old self. He even got his moment of being the hero as he scored the series clinching goal in overtime of game six to defeat the Boston Bruins. Going into next season there is still concern of whether MacArthur will be able to play. Zack Smith Jersey. His history with concussions makes his status uncertain. However, he looked good in the playoffs and at this time should be ready to go for opening night.
    An Offensive Boost
    After scoring nine points in the playoffs after missing two years it isn’t unreasonable to expect MacArthur to improve. Over his career he has been a player that has been able to contribute 50-60 points. His injuries could have set him back, but if the playoffs were any indication that isn’t the case. If MacArthur is healthy, he could be the boost the Ottawa Senators need offensively.

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