Ottawa Senators

BUFFALO, N.Y. | Senators exec accused of touching, lewd comments to driver

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Ottawa Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee is accused of inappropriately touching and making lewd comments toward a hotel shuttle driver while in Buffalo for the NHL’s scouting combine. Lee was charged with second-degree harassment on Friday after being arrested and spending the night in jail. He appeared in court, where … Continue reading BUFFALO, N.Y. | Senators exec accused of touching, lewd comments to driver

Canada, Sweden advance to world hockey final

BUFFALO, N.Y./January 4, 2018 (AP)(STL.News) —Canada and Sweden will face off for gold medal at the world junior hockey championship Friday night. “I think it’s the two best teams that are going to meet,” Swedish goaltender Filip Gustavsson said. Gustavsson made 29 saves and Sweden had a three-goal third period to beat the defending champion … Continue reading Canada, Sweden advance to world hockey final

Desperate Ottawa tries to avoid elimination by Penguins

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP)(STL.News) — Ottawa coach Guy Boucher has typically kept his team off the ice on off-days during the postseason. Not Monday. The Ottawa coach opted for a half-hour practice ahead of Game 6 on Tuesday night to help his team “refresh” and “reload” after a 7-0 beating by Pittsburgh, one of the worst … Continue reading Desperate Ottawa tries to avoid elimination by Penguins

Rangers need win at home for another shot in Ottawa

NEW YORK (AP)(STL.News) — The Rangers have had a tough time closing out against the Senators in Ottawa, a challenge they’re eager to take on again. First, there’s business to take care of in New York. After giving up another late lead before losing in overtime again on the road, the Rangers return home needing … Continue reading Rangers need win at home for another shot in Ottawa