Speaking after the latest demoralizing defeat Saturday night, Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson says it’s status quo as far as where he stands in the organization.“No, nothing at all (has changed),” Karlsson said when asked about general manager Pierre Dorion’s comments Thursday that Wayne Gretzky was once traded and that he would at least listen to trade offers for Karlsson before the Feb. 26 trade deadline.“I’m an Ottawa Senator. I’ve been here for nine years.
Back on Oct. 21, when the Senators stormed back to beat the Maple Leafs 6-3 at Canadian Tire Centre, we truly believed a Battle of Ontario V playoff meeting was brewing. The elements all seemed to be there, with the Senators taking on the identity of the Leafs of the early 2000’s, and vice versa for the Leafs. This time it would a saavy, veteran, playoff-experienced Senators squad against a young, hungry and talented Maple Leafs squad, right? Yeah, well, so much for that.
Thomas Chabot was a tad nervous when Ottawa Senators assistant general manager Randy Lee summoned him to a meeting following Thursday’s 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues. “To be really honest, my first thought was I was going back to Belleville (of the American Hockey League),” Chabot said Friday. It was the exact opposite, though. General manager Pierre Dorion told Chabot he was free to get his own place in Ottawa, meaning he’ll be staying in the NHL.
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