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Are you happy with the Sens' offseason moves?
Thu, August 28, 2008

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.



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Too inconsistent of a team...they'll get derailed sooner then later come playoff time.Murray has his work cut for out for him comes spring.Players like Redden,Donovan,McAmmond,Robitaille,Richardson,will likely be gone comes in the summer,while i doubt very much if Stillman,Commodore and Lapointe will sign another contract.Emery is more then likely already "gone".Hopefully,the sens can sign a bonafide goaltender,and start fresh from there.The present line-up isn't going anywhere.
Joe Meloche, 2008-03-21 11:05:48

How hilarious is that - Carolina 5 Ottawa 1. The difference? A hat trick by Corvo and a goal by Eaves. Yea, I'd say the Sens are back on track. The Murray trade of Eaves and Corvo for 2 "experienced" veterans is looking like one worthy of the Leafs. Two great young players that represent the future of your franchise for a perceived shot at the Cup. Today's game was just that - one game - but time will tell. LOL


Roland, 2008-03-16 17:43:48

I consider myself pretty "in the know" when it comes to the Sens. So, what are these "various issues" that Emery is struggling with? Being lazy and unreliable? Unable to set an alarm clock? Being unjustly targeted by the Ottawa police? Give me a reason to feel sorry for Ray Emery.
Popsicle Pete, 2008-03-16 17:32:25

I was really disappointed this morning to see the overwhelming % of people willing to throw Emery to the wolves. Those in "the know" know that he is struggling with various issues. Instead of throwing him out to pasture, we should be rallying around this guy and providing the support that he needs to get him back on track. I remember the signs of brilliance that he's shown in season's past and hope to see that again for years to come.
WPG Sen Fan, 2008-03-16 12:45:35

Roland says "NYR's are the sleeping giant." Well, they certainly must have been asleep last night, getting shut out by the lowly Tampa Bay Lightning and managing all of 20 shots in the process.

On another note. Ever notice that, when the Leafs manage a win or two, there for all to see is a lead article on Canoe, usually accompanied by a picture showing a goal celebration. But when they lose - like last night - you can't even find an article anywhere on the site.
George O'Leary, 2008-03-16 10:39:46

The Sens will be fine. Paddock allowed things to get out of hand but Murray has managed to get things back on track. Gerber's playing terrific, the blueline has remembered how to play hockey, the forwards are clicking again, and Emery is keeping the bench warm.

Don't worry Leaf fans, Ottawa will have a good playoff and you'll have fun booing them, which is your second favorite pastime.
Arnie G., 2008-03-15 14:48:28

You know, it's getting to be old-hat to keep hearing Leaf fans point to the "failures" of the Sens in the playoffs when they have nothing positive to say about their own team. A team that they so desperately want to see just MAKE the playoffs. What's wrong with this picture? How many times have the Leafs "choked" (to throw one of their own favourite terms back at them) in the times they have made the playoffs since 1967? If you're going to keep harping on the Sens failures to go all the way to the Cup, know that you can't do so without bringing up the Leafs' failures over a much longer period.
George O'Leary, 2008-03-15 12:06:36

OK - now they're as good as the '76 Habs. Right?

I don't think they're as good as the '08 Habs despite the recent 3-0 victory.

I'll be very surprised to see the Sens make it out of the East this year. NYR's are the sleeping giant.


Roland, 2008-03-15 12:03:34

So many times seeing the Sens failed to delivered in Play-offs. So who cares if they win a few games. Let 's be honest, both of their goalies are fragile. How can you trust a goalie that every time he faced pressure, he melted like Swiss cheese (or Swiss chocolate).
Non-sens, 2008-03-14 19:37:33

John B

You sound like you're speaking from experience.I guess 42 years of going nowhere will do that to certain "fans".Probably those same "fans" that called the sens,flames,oilers and canucks "chokers" for losing in the stanley cup finals,when their "beloved leafs" have mastered the meaning of the word...I'm not saying you're a leafer,just that you sound like one.Cheers buddy!At last,there's hope for Ottawa.
Losers-since-'67, 2008-03-14 15:16:31

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