OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
Bruce Garrioch, Ottawa Sun
Bruce Garrioch is an award-winning journalist and a must-read in the hockey community. A Day-Oner at the Ottawa Sun, Garrioch is one of the top sports journalists in the country, covering the Senators since their return to the NHL in 1992-93. A 2009 winner of an Ontario Newspaper Award for his coverage of the Dany Heatley saga, Garrioch has a strong ability to break news and brings inside information with his Sunday NHL column, one of the most popular in the country. It is read by GMs, players and coaches who want the inside scoop. Garrioch has covered the 2008 Stanley Cup final for Sun Media, the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City and 2006 Games in Turin, Italy. Mainly, Garrioch has the pulse of the Ottawa Senators. If people want to know what's happening they turn to him to get the info on contracts, negotiations, signings, trades and, of course, games.
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A decision on participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics is starting to loom and it can't come soon enough.
Craig Anderson is returning to the Senators under difficult circumstances.
They are Team Canada moments frozen in time and entrenched in our memories.
The Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs laid down their arms in the Battle of Ontario and pulled off a blockbuster, nine-player deal on Tuesday.
The good news is Phil Kessel wasn’t the last man standing.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are bound and determined to keep centre Nick Foligno from going to unrestricted free agency.
Times have changed in Hockey Town, where like the Senators the Red Wings are fighting to maintain respectability.
Long live the Kings.
The Los Angeles Kings could only shake their heads and wonder.
They call Henrik Lundqvist the King on Broadway. Wednesday night he kept the Los Angeles Kings from wearing the crown.
John Moore won't play again in the NHL Eastern Conference final if it goes the distance.
Keep your chin up.
The talk must now turn to action for Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens.
What, me worry?
CANADA V. LATVIA - QUARTERFINAL - Wednesday, 12 p.m. EST., CBC, TSN 1050 AM
Canada vs. Finland: Keys to the game.
Team Canada will look to improve to 2-0 at the Sochi Games when it battles Austria Friday afternoon.
Canada’s men’s team is going to have a pretty simple approach when they open the Olympic hockey tournament against Norway Thursday.