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10-26-2013, 12:08 PM
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2013-14: Tracking Former Senators

Games Goals Assists Points Plus/Minus

Jakob Silfverberg 21 5 6 11
Marian Hossa 40 15 20 35
Chris Kelly 29 3 4 7
Zdeno Chara 42 9 9 18
Brian McGrattan 40 1 1 2
Andre Benoit 41 2 13 15
Nick Foligno 37 11 14 25
Sergei Gonchar 36 0 12 12
Daniel Alfredsson 37 11 19 30
Patrick Eaves 12 1 0 1
Derek Smith 14 0 1 1
Jesse Winchester 26 5 4 9
Matt Gilroy 16 1 1 2
Dany Heatley 45 8 5 13
Zenon Konopka 36 1 1 2
Mike Fisher 37 11 12 23
Matt Cullen 44 5 12 17
Anton Volchenkov 33 0 6 6
Peter Regin 37 2 3 5
Matt Carkner 33 0 3 3
Andrej Meszaros 23 1 4 5
Antoine Vermette 42 12 11 23
Rob Klinkhammer 42 9 7 16
David Rundblad 11 0 1 1
Martin Havlat 22 3 5 8
Sami Salo 36 1 6 7
Brian Lee 0 0 0 0


Games Wins Losses OTL Average SV %

Brian Elliott 13-1-2 1.86 0.926
Ben Bishop 22-5-3 1.86 0.935

Ray Emery 5-7-0 2.94 0.895


Forgot anyone?

Any comments from other fans would be appreciated


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10-26-2013, 12:15 PM
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Peter Sidorkiewicz took a head coaching job w/ the Erie Otters till 2008 but nothing after that.

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10-26-2013, 12:16 PM
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Looks like Gonchar hasnt been so good for the stars

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10-26-2013, 12:23 PM
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Klinkhammer has 6 points?

Why oh why did the Sens every let that most awesomed named guy go!

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10-26-2013, 12:24 PM
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Winchester > Heatley

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10-26-2013, 12:55 PM
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You forgot silfverberg.

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10-26-2013, 01:36 PM
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Whatever happened to Brian Lee?

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10-26-2013, 01:47 PM
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Lee is in the minors I think

Edit: Lee has been injured since Sept 14

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10-26-2013, 02:20 PM
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Lee is in the minors I think

Edit: Lee has been injured since Sept 14
Read as Sept. 2014 initially and got excited about the possibilities of time travel. What happened to him?

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Ah, Heatley, how you've fallen so far...

On a side note, nice to see Fisher off to a good start.

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Hey xSpyrit i unno if u da one making em but can you do the "Sens Progress report after 10 games?

Or was it 15 games? I forgot.

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10-26-2013, 10:16 PM
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Looks like Gonchar hasnt been so good for the stars
It was a good move to let him go, for sure. But he's still far better than Corvo.

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10-26-2013, 10:40 PM
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It was a good move to let him go, for sure. But he's still far better than Corvo.
Corvo has been awesome, I've really liked his game, he hasnt done anything too stupid yet. Just a good quality 5-6 D-Man that can play PP 2.

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Corvo has been awesome, I've really liked his game, he hasnt done anything too stupid yet. Just a good quality 5-6 D-Man that can play PP 2.
He fills a role, but we are where we are because of budget decisions like the Corvo one.

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It was a good move to let him go, for sure. But he's still far better than Corvo.
I'd disagree. Gonchar has been beyond horrible for Dallas.

Corvo has been good.

Of course they aren't same caliber players but due to age, at this point and time, they might as well be.

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Wish we kept benoit and klinkhammer

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He will always be remembered for that brutal pinch against Pittsburgh.

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He signed in Russia recently I seem to recall.

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He will always be remembered for that brutal pinch against Pittsburgh.
I forgot, which one?

I remember Sutton for the same thing.

Why do all our defenders pinch against Pittsburgh

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I forgot, which one?

I remember Sutton for the same thing.

Why do all our defenders pinch against Pittsburgh
Was it Sutton? It was just one of those quintessential plays of ours against the Penguins, where as a fan you could only shake your head as the puck ended up on Malkin's stick on a 3-on-1 going the other way, when until then it seemed the Sens had a chance.

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That clump of numbers is almost unreadable....

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Everything is unreadable for you.

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Glad Vermy looks like he's found a home. He's 100% a Tippett kinda player.

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