NHL All-Star Coaches talk hockey with media in Atlanta
NHL All-Star Eastern Conference Head Coach John Paddock (Ottawa Senators) speaks with the media at Philips Arena in Atlanta on January 25, 2008. The National Hockey League's 56th All-Star Game will be held on January 28. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
Craig Hartsburg, a former coach of NHL teams in Chicago and Anaheim, was hired Friday as the coach of the Ottawa Senators.
Mike Knuble scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period Thursday and the Philadelphia Flyers went on to down Ottawa 3-1.
The Ottawa Senators fired John Paddock Wednesday near the end of his sixth season as the NHL team's head coach.
A separated right shoulder will sideline Ottawa Senators star Dany Heatley for up to six weeks, the team said Sunday.
Ottawa's John Paddock will coach the east team and Detroit's Mike Babcock the western squad in the NHL All-Star Game, the league announced Wednesday.
Vesa Toskala recorded his first shutout of the season Saturday night, as the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Ottawa Senators, 3-0.
Mike Fisher and Shean Donovan scored 62 seconds apart early in the second period Saturday night to help the Ottawa Senators beat Florida, 4-1.
Dany Heatley, having signed a new contract earlier in the day, scored with 2:03 left in overtime Wednesday as Ottawa downed Toronto 4-3.
John Paddock Friday was hired as the new head coach of the NHL's Ottawa Senators, replacing Bryan Murray.
Teppo Numminen collected a career-high four assists and Ladislav Nagy nearly recorded his first NHL hat trick Thursday night as the Phoenix Coyotes cruised to a
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