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Topic - Paul Maclean
The Ottawa Senators are looking forward to Sunday's Heritage Classic against the Vancouver Canucks.
Last in the NHL, the Buffalo Sabres can't catch a break.
Now that the Senators have played themselves back into contention, the hard work really begins.
Jason Spezza doesn't have much time to return to form if the Ottawa Senators want to extend their season.
The Senators need someone to rise to the moment.
It was hard to miss the pain Sergei Gonchar was in. The Senators and ex-Capitals defenseman had just taken a shot to the right foot from Matt Hendricks with 2:25 left in the first period and skated gingerly until he was able to get to the bench, where he doubled over.
The Ottawa Senators have a new coach, and new philosophy.
Detroit Red Wings assistant Paul MacLean has been hired as the new coach of the Ottawa Senators.
"We believe in this group, that it's a good group and very close to being a good team," Senators coach Paul MacLean said. "We have work to do and we have to come to training camp in September prepared to do the work and make changes to our game that's going to make us successful."
"We're playing games that don't mean much in the standings as far as getting us into the Stanley Cup playoffs which is what it's all about," he said. "But at the same time finishing our home schedule like we are is way better."