Sens Update 5th Dec

the monster movie Well the last game was on the 3rd of December (but 4th early morning for us in India) and since it’s been 4 games since I last posted an update, here’s one. Things look much brighter although I still think we need a squad update. On the 3rd, the Senators beat the Atlanta Thrashers 5-1 at home. The goals came from  Dany Heatley, Jason Spezza, Daniel Alfredsson, Brendan Bell & Sean Donovan. life or something like it download doctor dolittle dvd

In the games before, we lost away 2-4 to the New York Islanders in which Heatley & Alfredsson scored. Over the 4 game period, this was our only loss. Last week, Thursday the Sens hosted the Maple Leafs and won 2-1 in a shootout. Mike Fisher returned to the Senators’ lineup that night and opened the scoring early in the first. And 5 days before that, on the 22nd of November, the New York Rangers came calling but Ottawa handed them a 4-1 defeat. Daniel Alfredsson and Jesse Winchester scored late in the second period as the Senators ended a six-game winless skid. Jason Spezza and Nick Foligno also scored for the Senators, who got their first win since a 4-1 victory over Philadelphia on Nov. 6. Alex Auld stopped 18 shots on that night.

2 thoughts on “Sens Update 5th Dec

  1. I liked Auld and was sad when he left the Canucks.

    For some reason I didn’t get email notification when you last commented on my blog. So I’m sorry for the delay! You sound more Canadian than some Canadians I know. I love classic BNL. That’s an amazing story. I exist because of my grandfather’s choices — he could have wound up in Australia or California and my parents would never have met. But you should certainly come visit and maybe you’ll even decide to stay.

    A friend of mine emigrated to Canada maybe a decade ago or more, via India and Dubai, and LOVES Canada. He loves it. I only feel that way about my own city, but maybe it’s because I grew up here… I’ve been to several countries in Europe and still want to be here but the passion he shows about Canada and its people is astonishing and I wish more Canadians like him, and even non-Canadians like you, felt that way. We’d perhaps be more united…

  2. He’s doing good so far, found it hard to settle in for a while but he’s getting there. I still don’t think that he is top goalie material but he is more than an able backup. The Sens won’t win without a top goalie.
    As for sounding more Canadian than most Canadians, I think that some Canucks don’t know how lucky they r to be born there.

    Are you of full Finnish ethnicity? I couldn’t find that out in your blog.

    I’m sure than someday I will see Canada, if nothing else then just a visit, take in a hockey game (preferably one in which the Sens win) and taste a lot of Canadian beer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.