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NHL Rumor Update: Duchene, Silfverberg, Puljujarvi, More

In today’s second edition of the rumor rundown, there was a big update from the TSN panel of Insider Trading, including news on Matt Duchene being pulled from the Senators lineup, Jakob Silfverberg almost ready to sign with the Ducks and Jesse Puljujarvi being sent back down to the AHL. Duchene Will Not Be in Lineup on Thursday The Ottawa Senators are pulling Matt Duchene from the Senators lineup until a deal is completed for the center or the player signs an extension with the team. It was re...
Tags: Usa, Sport, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Ducks, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, TSN, Ottawa Senators, Bakersfield, Colorado Avalanche, Red Wings

Reason 2: Larysa Valachko

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Tags: Travel, Ottawa, Ontario, Calibri, Andy Rodriguez, Ottawa Ottawa, Larysa Valachko, Abby Epstein

NHL Rumors: Duchene, Stone, Panarin, Staal, More

In today’s rumor rundown there are updates on the Ottawa Senators, specifically Matt Duchene and Mark Stone. There is also news on the Columbus Blue Jackets plan of action when it comes to how best to trade Artemi Panarin. Will the Vancouver Canucks be interested in adding a rental at the trade deadline and will Eric Staal be traded out of Minnesota? Decisions on Stone and Duchene Imminent Darren Dreger of TSN said, “Unless there’s last minute change, the Ottawa Senators plan on trading Matt D...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Ottawa, TSN, Ottawa Senators, Vancouver Canucks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Winnipeg Jets, Jim Clark, Artemi Panarin, Eric Staal, Matt Duchene

Golden Knights Should Raid the Senators

As the 2019 Trade Deadline approaches, the Vegas Golden Knights find themselves in a difficult position. While they sit firmly in playoff position, they don’t look like the magical team that went to the 2018 Stanley Cup Final. Throughout the season, they  have struggled to find consistent offense, oftentimes riding a scoring hot streak to a few wins then floundering their way to a string of losses, unable to put pucks in the net. Given that their first-round opponent will likely be either t...
Tags: Sport, San Jose, Hockey, San Jose Sharks, Calgary, Vegas, Ottawa, Ottawa Senators, Jonathan Marchessault, Matt Duchene, Noah K Murray, Stone, Mark Stone, Ryan Dzingel, Chris O Meara, Duchene

Nova Scotia's Joyfultalk Share a Stunning New Video for Their Trancey Track "Peace Fight" (premiere)

None Joyfultalk is the musical partnership of instrument creator Jay Crocker and Shawn Dicey. The pair work out of a small hamlet in the remote hinterlands of Nova Scotia's south shore and that magnificent natural environmental plays an outsized role in the aesthetics of Joyfultalk. Their brand of naturalistic ambient electronic music evokes the very waterways and landscapes of their world, seemingly born from nature, but hewed into something warm and entrancing by these two brilliant musicians...
Tags: Music, San Francisco, Experimental, Nova Scotia, Montreal, Premiere, Ambient, Reykjavik, Ottawa, Electronic, Crocker, South Shore, Guelph, CALGARY AB, EDMONTON AB, Constellation Records

NHL Short Notes

MONDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps CALGARY 5, Arizona 2 Tampa Bay 5, COLUMBUS 1 CHICAGO 8, Ottawa 7 COLORADO 3, Vegas 0 Boston 6, SAN JOSE 5 (OT) Washington 3, LOS ANGELES 2 Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Colorado, Boston, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Arizona, San Jose, NHL, Columbus, Vegas, Ottawa, Tampa Bay, OT WASHINGTON

Blackhawks Outlast Senators – DeBrincat Tallies 5

CHICAGO — Alex DeBrincat had three goals and two assists, and the Chicago Blackhawks held on to beat the Ottawa Senators 8-7 on Monday night for their ninth win in 11 games. Patrick Kane scored his 36th goal and added two assists to extend his point streak to 18 games — with 14 goals and 26 assists during the stretch— the longest by a player in the NHL this season. Dylan Strome also had a goal and two assists in his fourth three-point game since joining the Blackhawks on Nov. 25, and Brandon Saa...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, New Jersey, Hockey, NHL, Detroit, White, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Anderson, Ottawa, Nilsson, Kane, Blackhawks, Patrick Kane, Ottawa Senators

Canada: Celebrating Canada's Agriculture Day - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

February 12 is Canada's Agriculture Day and industry group Agriculture More Than Ever hosted its third annual national event this year in Ottawa to celebrate.
Tags: News, Canada, Mccarthy, Ottawa

Skill vs planning

If you’re a gardener, planting orange trees in Ottawa, and nothing’s growing, it’s possible to beat yourself up, burn yourself out and say, “I’m a bad gardener.” Or, You could realize that oranges aren’t easy to grow in Ottawa. You could either move to Cuba or plant winter wheat instead. But don’t beat yourself up just because the climate doesn’t match your seeds.         
Tags: Uncategorized, Cuba, Ottawa, Branding

Senators fall to Blackhawks in high-scoring affair

Ottawa comes up just short in a game that had 15 goals and four different goaltenders between the pipes.
Tags: News, Ottawa, Blackhawks

Predators’ Trade Deadline Targets: Florida Panthers

In the penultimate installation of my Nashville Predators’ trade deadline targets series, I am looking at the Florida Panthers. Previous installations discussed the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers. With the confirmation that the Senators are going to move Matt Duchene, the possibility of the Predators acquiring him is even more likely. That being said, there are other trade targets out there in case they don’t land Duchene. One of those is the Panthers. Related: Predato...
Tags: Florida, Usa, Sport, Ap, Atlantic, San Jose, Philadelphia, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Ottawa, Florida Panthers, Nashville Predators, Wayne Simmonds, Ottawa Senators, Sergei Bobrovsky

NHL Rumors: Rangers, Islanders, Canadiens, Bruins, More

In today’s rumor rundown, there is news on the New York Rangers and their current list of free agents. The New York Islanders are likely going to keep their UFA’s and hunt for a rental and the Montreal Canadiens might not do much of anything at the deadline this year. Finally, where are things at between Matt Duchene and the Ottawa Senators and what will the Boston Bruins do to take that final step as a Cup contender? Latest Updates on the Rangers Larry Brooks of the New York Post says the Tam...
Tags: New York Post, Usa, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Ottawa, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Lee

So Your Team Is A Seller

from Travis Yost of TSN, One of the fascinating decisions facing sellers as the trade deadline approaches is whether or not to rest a player who is likely to be traded in order to protect their value. Think about the NHL landscape as we approach Feb. 25. Columbus’  Artemi Panarin  and  Sergei Bobrovsky  are two of the marquee names available, and all reports indicate that they will be with a new franchise in short order. But the team is also in the middle of a playoff race, and tr...
Tags: Sport, NHL, Ottawa, Sergei Bobrovsky, Matt Duchene, Mark Stone, Travis Yost, Columbus Artemi Panarin

This Is Not A Playoff Push By The Buffalo Sabres

from Mike Harrnington of the Buffalo News, Unless something wholly unexpected happens in the next few weeks, it's readily apparent this club isn't going to the playoffs for the eighth straight season. Coach Phil Housley said Friday night his team played "soft" and no one in KeyBank Center would disagree. Called out by their coach after a putrid loss to the New York Rangers, the response the Sabres would offer was the overriding theme of Sunday's game in Prudential Center. ...
Tags: Sport, NHL, New York Rangers, Ottawa, Buffalo Sabres, Devils, Sabres, Phil Housley, KeyBank Center, Mike Harrnington, Buffalo News Unless, Prudential Center Well the Sabres

Parise Opens Up About Devils & Wild

It’s been almost seven years since Zach Parise left the New Jersey Devils for the Minnesota Wild, signing a monster 13-year, $98 million dollar deal. The fans haven’t forgotten, booing him every time he touches the puck or his name is announced. He expects it. He understands the fans loyalty to the team, and he’s totally okay with it. Following his last visit to the Prudential Center on Feb. 9 Parise even found a way to joke about it. “I was expecting it. It’s been that way ever since (I left). ...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Sport, New Jersey, Gm, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils, Devils, Prudential Center, St Louis Blues, Lou

Senators’ Duchene: Top 4 Trade Destinations

It looks like Ottawa Senators’ Matt Duchene will be on the move again for the second season in a row. Nine days ahead of the 2019 NHL Trade Deadline, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported that the Senators have made their number one centreman available for trade, if the price is right. Related: Senators 2019 Trade Deadline Preview Despite having contract negotiations since November, general manager Pierre Dorion and the club don’t look anywhere near signing their star player to a long-term deal...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Best, Brooklyn, Nashville, Jets, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, New York Islanders, Ottawa, Manitoba, Islanders, TSN, Winnipeg

Canada: Ottawa Set To Allow Foreign Workers Facing Abuse To Switch To Open Work Permits -

February 18, 2019 - Canada's federal government is set to allow temporary foreign workers who face employer abuse to switch to an open work permit.
Tags: News, Canada, Ottawa

NHL Rumors: Stars, Senators, Oilers, More

In today’s rumor rundown, there is news the Dallas Stars might be in the market for a rental player who can score and they may be going after a big name. There is also an update on the contract talks between the Ottawa Senators and Mark Stone. Finally, would the Edmonton Oilers consider replacing Ken Hitchcock at this point in the season? Dallas Stars in the Rental Market Mike Zeisberger of writes that the Dallas Stars appear to be in the market for a rental scorer. “We’re very o...
Tags: Sport, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Ottawa, Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, Matt Duchene, Jim Nill, Friedman, Ken Hitchcock, Elliotte Friedman, Stone

Please stop marking yourself safe on Facebook

Let me begin by saying that Facebook’s Crisis Response pages do a lot of good. They are a locus for donations and offers of help. But that said, for the love of humanity, when something bad happens, please stop marking yourself safe on Facebook. They don’t mean to prey on our anxieties. They mean to assuage them. But all they do is reinforce the incorrect notion that the world is a terrifying place where unpredictable awful things happen frequently; they worsen the problem by attempting to treat...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Opinion, Tech, Canada, Ottawa, Joe, Todd, Jennifer, Stefan, Ottawa Ontario, Stephane, Gatineau Quebec Canada

NHL Short Notes

SATURDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps PHILADELPHIA 6, Detroit 5 (OT) Calgary 5, PITTSBURGH 4 St. Louis 3, COLORADO 0 TAMPA BAY 3, Montreal 0 NY ISLANDERS 5, Edmonton 2 Ottawa 4, WINNIPEG 3 (OT) ARIZONA 2, Toronto 0 CAROLINA 3, Dallas 0 Columbus 5, CHICAGO 2 VEGAS 5, Nashville 1 SAN JOSE 3, Vancouver 2 Boston 4, LOS ANGELES 2 Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Colorado, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Dallas, Nashville, San Jose, Philadelphia, Vancouver, NHL, Montreal, St Louis, Detroit, Columbus

Senators Down Jets on Dzingel OT Winner

WINNIPEG — Ryan Dzingel scored at 3:44 of overtime as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Saturday. Mark Stone, Rudolfs Balcers and Matt Duchene scored power-play goals for Ottawa. Stone and Dzingel each had one assist. Tyler Myers scored twice and Brandon Tanev added a goal and an assist for the Jets (36-19-4), who are 2-3-2 in their last seven games. Myers and Tanev each scored a short-handed goal. Anders Nilsson stopped 23 shots for the Senators, (22-31-5), who occupy the bo...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Chicago, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Ottawa, Nilsson, Winnipeg, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, Myers, Kulikov, Dmitry Kulikov, Matt Duchene, Jacob Trouba

Daccord Leads Arizona State to 20th Win of the Season

In the final home series of the 2018-19 season at Oceanside Ice Arena in Tempe, the Arizona State Sun Devils hosted the American International College (AIC) Yellow Jackets in Game No. 1 of the weekend back-to-back between the two teams on Friday night. Although they surrendered the first goal of the game less than two minutes into the opening period, the Sun Devils controlled the play the rest of the way, and, led by Ottawa Senators prospect Joey Daccord in goal, Arizona State neutralized the Ye...
Tags: Sport, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Calgary, Ottawa, Asu, Oceanside, Ottawa Senators, Devils, Walker, Arizona State, Tempe, Quinnipiac, AIC

How Scott Niedermayer turned the Anaheim Ducks into champions

ANAHEIM — Scott Niedermayer sitting on the Ducks’ bench, laser-focused on the ice while chaos erupts all around him in the dying moments of Game 7 of a first-round playoff series against the Flames in Calgary, his teammates leaping to their feet and celebrating their upset victory. Purposefully sneaking into the slot while patiently awaiting a centering pass from Teemu Selanne in the final, frantic seconds of regulation play in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals. His quick shot beating Detr...
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Erie Otters’ Goals Go Way Beyond Making Playoffs

The Erie Otters are turning some heads in the hockey world. Due to not having a single player on their roster drafted by an NHL team, many expected the Otters to go through the doldrums of a long, rough season. While the season has had its downs, it’s had many ups as well. Those ups have them making a strong run at a playoff spot in the Western Conference. That’s impressive for a team who doesn’t have anybody within the OHL’s top-50 in scoring. After an impressive 4-3 overtime win in London, the...
Tags: London, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Ottawa, Windsor, Brown, Niagara, Erie, Fowler, OHL, Sarnia, Daniel Murphy, Dave Brown, Aaron Bell OHL, Hartsburg

Winterlude in Ottawa – The Ultimate Guide to Winter Fun

Can you believe we've never been to Winterlude? It's a festival that happens every February in our nation's capital and Canada's Adventure Couple has never been! Read the original post Winterlude in Ottawa – The Ultimate Guide to Winter Fun on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Events, Canada, Ottawa, Active Travel, Ontario

Niagara IceDogs Facing Discipline from OHL

The OHL is dealing with an issue when it comes to one of their franchises – the Niagara IceDogs. What has looked like a promising season for the IceDogs – who sit second in the league’s Eastern Conference – has quickly been overshadowed by a dark cloud. According to multiple reports, the IceDogs are facing the loss of draft picks and a $250,000 fine over what is being called ‘recruitment violations’ by the league. #OHL Announces Sanctions against Niagara IceDogs Hockey Club: $250,000 fine plus ...
Tags: News, Sport, Hockey, Kingston, The League, Ottawa, Ben Jones, Eastern Conference, Terry Wilson, OHL, Ontario Hockey League, Windsor Spitfires, David Branch, Top Story, Jason Robertson, Niagara IceDogs

THW Podcast – Ep. 11 – The NHL Trade Deadline

On the 11th episode of The Hockey Writers Podcast, we asked (THW news reporter) and Kyle Gipe (THW Nashville Predators analyst) to join us to cover predictions for the NHL Trade Deadline. Who are the most likely of players to be moved?  Kyle, Brandon and myself (Jim Parsons) made up our lists in completely different ways, with no rules and it was interesting to see how they were similar in some ways and very different in others. What to Expect on the Podcast This Week… Before getting i...
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NHL Short Notes

THURSDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps FLORIDA 3, Calgary 2 (SO) NY Islanders 3, COLUMBUS 0 DETROIT 3, Ottawa 2 TAMPA BAY 6, Dallas 0 NASHVILLE 3, Montreal 1 Colorado 4, WINNIPEG 1 CHICAGO 5, New Jersey 2 St. Louis 4, ARIZONA 0 Toronto 6, VEGAS 3 Vancouver 4, LOS ANGELES 3 (SO) Washington 5, SAN JOSE 1 Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Florida, Colorado, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, New Jersey, Arizona, Dallas, Nashville, San Jose, Vancouver, NHL, Montreal, St Louis, Detroit

Jimmy Howard Gets A Win In Game #500

from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, Jimmy Howard had to work right up until the final horn in game No. 500 on Thursday night. The veteran goaltender made save No. 40 on a clear shot by Thomas Chabot to close out his 238th career win, as the Red Wings topped league-worst Ottawa 3-2 at Little Caesars Arena behind two goals from Andreas Athanasiou. “It’s just normal,” Howard said of making saves in the final seconds. “I guess I’ve played in so many — 500 of them — that you’ve been i...
Tags: Sport, Ottawa, Howard, Jeff Blashill, Blashill, Red Wings, Jimmy Howard, Thomas Chabot, Detroit News, Andreas Athanasiou, Ted Kulfan, Little Caesars Arena, Howard Athanasiou

Red Wings Beat Senators – Athanasiou Tallies Two

DETROIT — Andreas Athanasiou scored twice, including a penalty shot, and Jimmy Howard made 40 saves in his 500th game to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night. Frans Nielsen scored to break a 2-2 tie late in the second period. Brady Tkachuk and Matt Duchene scored for Ottawa, and Anders Nilsson stopped 26 shots. Nielsen got the winner with 3:00 left in the second period. He got his ninth goal, from the bottom of the left circle, by converting a pass f...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, Associated Press, Detroit Red Wings, Nielsen, Hockey, NHL, Detroit, Ottawa, Nilsson, Howard, Winnipeg, Ottawa Senators, Craig Anderson, Vancouver Canucks, Red Wings