Can Kaspars Daugavins stick with the Ottawa Senators permanently?

Via Silver Seven When Kaspars Daugavins was called up, the expectations were largely that he will get a few games until Daniel Alfredsson comes back. However, Daugavins has played well in his six games with Ottawa. He is responsible defensively and has been very useful on the penalty kill. He averages 1:46 of penalty kill

Ottawa Senators’ Kaspars Daugavins scores first career NHL goal

OTTAWA – For a while the Ottawa Senators felt like they were playing a road game in their own building. But a key goal by Kaspars Daugavins quited the Maple Leaf fans at Scotiabank Place as the Senators hung on against their provincial rivals. Daugavins’ first career goal stood as the winner as the Senators

Video: Kaspars Daugavins makes 2011-12 NHL Debut for Ottawa Senators

Last night, Kaspars Daugavins appeared in his second career NHL game with the Ottawa Senators. He was called up on October 24 due to the injury to Daniel Alfredsson. The Latvian native played 15:25 in the Senators’ 3-2 shootout win over the Carolina Hurricanes. He made his first NHL appearance his on January 14, 2010 in

Early Rookie Of The Year Candidate: David Rundblad

Its never to early to project what will happen in the NHL next season.  One of the most interesting and difficult things to do is predict what first year players will make an impact.  Will the top rookie be a 18 year old kid, like Jeff Skinner last season, or will it be someone who is

Anton Volchenkov named Top 10 Homegrown Ottawa Senator

One of the hardest things in hockey to do is to identify what teenagers are going to become when they mature into men. Even harder than that is to keep those players they draft within the system and having them make an extended impact with the team. SenShot looks at the 10 most impactful Senators

Sens’ Prospect David Rundblad Looking To Crack Defense Corps

OTTAWA — If the Ottawa Senators can find room for them on an already crowded blue line, David Rundblad and Jared Cowen could make the team this fall and signal the makeover of the team’s defence. Problem is, there’s no room right now. The team already has six defencemen under contract: Matt Carkner, Chris Phillips,