I want to start by thanking everyone that took the time to send in an entry.
I had a great time reading through all the submissions and it definitely brought back some awesome memories for me. I have sorted through more than 100 entries and narrowed it down to these eight finalists.
In just 41 short days, the Ottawa Senators will play their home opener against Dany Heatley and the Minnesota Wild.
It will be the first in a series of special nights at Scotiabank Place and you and a friend could be there when the Sens open their season at SBP on Tuesday, October 11. Here is how you can win...
Having looked at the future of Daniel Alfredsson and few other players, we turn our attention to the 2012 All-Star Game.
With the All-Star festivities being held in Ottawa this year, what are you excited for? What suggestions would you make? Do you have an All-Star weekend tradition?
Here are the thoughts from the best Sens blogs on the net:
It is a sign that the NHL off season is finally drawing to a close.
This afternoon, the Ottawa Senators have announced the 23 players that will represent the club at next weekend's rookie tournament to be held in Oshawa, Ontario.
He is the face of the franchise.
As Daniel Alfredsson NHL career begins to wind down, it gets increasingly difficult to project his offensive production. Coming off surgery to repair an ailing back, it is that much more tricky to know what kind of year we can expect from the Captain.
For most hockey fans, the month of August is always the longest of the year.
There is next to nothing in the way of hockey news and the days seem to slow down to a snail's pace as we wait for the start of a new NHL season. In just two short days the month of September will be upon us and the stretch run will officially begin on the NHL's off season.
After nearly a month of competition and a number of excellent articles, the readers have spoken and selected the new contributor here on SensChirp.
He will be posting articles throughout the season based on topics he and I come up with. Really looking forward to seeing what he can bring to the site next season. So without further ado, I introduce...Tom.
With the 2011-2012 NHL season quickly approaching, the minds behind a few of the best Ottawa Senators Blogs on the internet have come together to answer the five major questions going into this season.
Last week, we took a look at the future of Daniel Alfredsson in the Ottawa Senators organization. This week, we take a look at the future of a few current Sens.
On a team that could struggle to score goals this season, Jason Spezza will be relied on heavily to provide offence.
Spezza showed signs of becoming a more complete player last season and I think we'll see that progression to continue next season. Here is how I see the season going for Spezza.