If the Senators can prevail Tuesday night in Toronto, they'll be slaying two dragons with one blow.
The Maple Leafs taught the Senators a costly lesson in their first three playoff meetings. Now the Sens are upping the ante.
Can the Maple Leafs-Senators rivalry on the ice reach the levels it has off it? We'll soon find out.
Sure, some East contenders got a lot better at the trade deadline. But, as you know, everybody has a weakness
Something is wrong with the struggling Ottawa Senators. But that "something" is anyone's guess.
The Senators haven't forgotten last season's conference final. The Devils may wish they would.
The Senators are a favorite to win the Stanley Cup. Besides obvious talent, do they have what it takes?
New owner Eugene Melnyk plans on bringing stability -- and an Eagles concert -- to Ottawa.
Last year, the Senators won the President's Trophy. Now, nothing short of the Cup will do.
New Jersey continues to elevate its status with a third Stanley Cup finals appearance in four years.
Thanks to the Devils, the Senators finally have found the toughness they've been accused of lacking.
Before they can accomplish what only the Devils have done, the Senators have to win their first elimination game.
Wade Redden's status aside, the Senators are in need of a change in their lineup.
Jacques Martin and Pat Burns have different personalities, but they take the same approach to the game.
The Senators are in uncharted territory again. But unlike years past, they're acting like they belong.
With the top seeds in the West eliminated, the road to the Stanley Cup is less daunting from the East.