Senators News: February 8th

-A quiet night on the Sens front as neither Ottawa nor Binghamton plays tonight.

Mark Borowiecki was re-assigned to Binghamton which is no surprise with Mike Lundin healthy.  He’ll be a big boost for Binghamton and may be the ticket for Ben Blood to return to Elmira–I missed my chance to look smart as that change has now been announced.

-Here are my thoughts on last night’s 3-2 loss to CarolinaScott had the scoring chances at 26-20.

-Elmira faces Kalamazoo tonight; the Wings are lead by Aaron Clarke (35 points) and backstopped by Joel Martin (19-17-5 2.64 .920).

Pierre LeBrun and Adam Proteau wonder if having a third referee would help avoid mistakes on the ice and I just don’t see it.  Officiating in the NHL has always been capricious and that will continue no matter how many refs are involved.

-I wrote about how many former Hartford Whalers were coaches (looking specifically at the 88-89 roster) last April; Tal Pinchevsky writes about the topic (but broadly for the Whalers) for

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)


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