The Sens are a team that went to the Stanley Cup final two years ago before suffering a disappointing season in 2007-08.
They have a new coach and now no more Ray Emery.
Can the Senators turn it around and make a fresh start next season? Have your say in our forum.
It sounds like to me you are talking about the Make Me Laffs lol.
The Sens are a good team, Emery and his bad attitude has torn that dressing room apart.
I believe the Sens will bounce back next year and be a better team after they dump Emery during the summer.
Wayne, 2008-04-11 13:51:19
By the way, I am not a Sens fan, I like a good game with clean hard hits.
Roberts is a dirty player, always has been going back to his time with the Laffs.
Chris ? Did you see the cheap shot check Roberts threw at Bass ? Bass was in a very dangerous position not to mention that he didnt even have the puck.
John, 2008-04-11 13:46:01
Lucky if they can even score a goal especially even strength.
Do not blame Gerber cause it was not his fault, he was their best player last game.
Pens 3 - Hens 0 tonight.
toady, 2008-04-11 13:39:06
Which team that never ever breaks the rules has you as a fan? And by that I mean, really not breaking the rules, not the old "it's OK if it's my team breaking the rules, but if it's yours, it's not". There's no player that hasn't broken the rules at some point.
The only reason Sens fans think Bell's hit was dirty is because it was against one of the Sens. Don't recall a whole lot of you having trouble with Neil's hit on Drury, remembering the usual "Drury should have had his head up comments" - can't have it both ways, guys. You don't want open ice hits on your guys, don't throw them on anyone else's. Yes, I think the league should get rid of those marginal hits, they're dangerous, but Sens fans, that means the Sens wouldn't be able to pull those either!
chris, 2008-04-11 09:43:31
Am I talking about politicians, a hockey team or both?
Andrew, 2008-04-11 09:15:29
And let's get this straight - Leaf fans (or Laff fans - classy and fresh by the way, hey, quick, throw in a golfing joke too!!! Those are so funny.) support their team through thick and thin. Unlike the pathetic sporting culture in this city.
Jake you're dead on - Neil is a coward. And I didn't really notice anyone comment on the fact that the Corel Centre/Scotiabank Place/Bankrupt Palace isn't yet sold out. The real fans must be cleaning off their shirts they bought from the 90s when the Sens sucked. Ohhhhh... right - they weren't fans until the team started winning.
Very classy. I bet the Sens really likes to play here.
Alexei, 2008-04-11 03:11:55