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.
They are Team Canada moments frozen in time and entrenched in our memories.
Senators GM Bryan Murray, who has been on the job since the club went to the Stanley Cup final in 2007, will be into a role as a senior adviser while assistant Pierre Dorion will take over the GM’s job immediately.
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 Anaheim Ducks may hire a former Senators coach to replace a former Ottawa assistant.
The Senators will spend this week sizing up the landscape on the NHL's trade market.
The goalie market is heating up.
Matt O’Connor pulled on the No. 29 jersey Thursday at the Canadian Tire Centre.
Not only could Dave Cameron sign on the dotted line this week, he may also round out his coaching staff at the same time.
There should be no shortage of interest in Ottawa's goalies.
Eugene Melnyk has received the gift of life.
Marc Bergevin pulled no punches Friday.
Those Canadiens car flags nearly looked unflappable blowing in the wind during a trip down Rene Levesque Boulevard Sunday morning.
The Hamburglar has no need to be nervous or get caught up in the signing of free agent goalie Matt O'Connor over the weekend.
The crowded crease in Ottawa just got a little more crowded.
Habs coach Michel Therrien was steaming.
Michel Therrien has a message for the critics: Don’t underestimate the Montreal Canadiens.
The city was still smarting Monday morning.