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Ottawa off to a good start with a shutout

The Toronto Maple Leafs team may look better on paper, but it didn’t quite come out on the ice. Last night, Ottawa pummelled Toronto in a 5-0 pre-season game, without the benefit of their big names on the roster. No problem, though: the up and coming guys got the job done and prove that there’s reason for the Ottawa faithful to look forward to better times- they’re just not fully here yet.

There’s a lot of promise on the Ottawa secondary bench. The next generation of players with Corey Locke and Jared Cowen are looking good and Robin Lehner is the goaltender of the future. There’s no doubt that he will be solid in between the pipes one day. True, he did have some juicy rebounds and wasn’t quick to jump on top of the puck, but he had some great saves and with a little more training and patience, he’s going to be a starter. It also needs to be considered that this is the pre-season, so it’s really just an occasion to stretch the players’ legs and get the fans appetite going. Once Lehner plays for stakes, I’m sure he’ll bring his A game.

There’s no need to whet the appetites of the Toronto fans. The Maple Leaf diehards were out in good form, even though their team didn’t give them much to cheer about. It was surely a historic moment for them to see Dion Phaneuf take the ice as their Captain for the first time; a substantial weight to carry on one’s shoulders, for sure, but luckily, his are broad. Fans were also pleased to see Nazim Khadri, who impressed many during the World Juniors for Canada.

It was a shakey start for the team, but what did one expect for a team that finished 29 and 30 in the league for power play, penalty kills and goals against average? Nothing was going to get fixed overnight. The Senators, on the other hand, didn’t have much trouble getting their chemistry going and the veteran players (Neil, Kelly, Foligno) are all looking sharp. Jesse Winchester also had some solid play and was not to be ignored on the ice.

There were good chances for both teams throughout, but a lot of really clumsy mistakes, sure signs that it’s been a long summer for the players as well. Silly penalties resulted from some pretty sloppy play and some of them were embarassingly obvious, like multiple hooks by Shannon and tripping by Campoli.

Maintaining discipline and focus is going to be top of mind for both coaches this season. The Senators gave up no less than 8 power plays to the Leafs and the Leafs, in turn, failed to capitalize by ignoring the gaps in the blue line and making a bum’s rush for the net.  The Senators did a good job of clogging the zone, making Lehner’s job relatively easy for the first period; the second period did not go over so well, with the Leafs stacking up chances, but failing to get a goal.

The high point for the Leafs and a gaping gap for Ottawa? Toughness. Toronto did one thing right the other night and that was fight. Three scraps resulted in pretty lacklustre efforts from Ottawa, exposing the obvious lack of goon power on the squad this year. The absence of Sutton and Volchenkov was obvious and it’s not going to be long before the team feels it during the season. The fisticuffs were mild for a pre-season bout when there are no points to be had; imagine what they’ll be like when there’s something on the line.

What is on the line for some of these young players is a chance at the team. Corey Locke seems to be a lock; Jared Cowen would bring a much-needed big body presence to our defense and Jesse Winchester probably won himself some additional ice time with his solid play. Nick Foligno has shown that he’s still dependable and both Kelly and Neil came through with goals.

All in all, a solid pre-season performance from Ottawa and a possible sign of things to come for Toronto if they can’t get their act together.

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  1. Bulletts Sep 22 20102:44 pm

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    Phaneuf looked just plain stupid on the Foligno goal, and if Phaneuf was a rookie fighting for a spot, he’d of played himself off the squad with his performance last night…..he couldn’t even make a pass on 2 5on3′s, wouldn’t go D to D with Kaberle at all, wouldn’t make Ottawa spread out at all and looked super slow out there, his intensity was not there at all…..Khadri looked like he forgot he had winger’s, he’s fast but just a tad selfish last night….on the Ottawa end, they lost the fights for sure, but Smith held his own, and to see Lee even drop the gloves shocked the hell out of me, at least he stood up for himself though and showed a little jam, I thought Lee played very well if not the best I’ve seen him play thus far in Ottawa….Cowen blocked some shots and played ok, but not good enough to crack the squad IMO….I think he’s going back to Spokane for the year, I think that would be best for him, rushing him is not going to help with his confidence at all, and he won’t be getting the minutes he needs on the big club to help further his development….Locke is a lock too I think, but no surprise there, he’s done it at every level, I watched a play a ton with the 67′s and he’s always had an offensive punch, great pick up for the Sens, I’m not sure why he’s not already on an NHL squad to be honest, but he’s going to be a great addition…..all in all, as a Sens fan, I couldn’t of been happier with how it went down last night, penalties aside, especially being able to watch Lehner play the way he did (minus some rebound control issues) is very promising…….told ya they’d dominate…tonight should be a little more competitive I hope….BLOW LEAFS BLOW!!….side note, I disagree the Leafs look better on paper, they’re D maybe, big maybe, they might have a slight edge in goal, but only slight, unless of course Giguere finds his old form, he does have a Stanley Cup ring after all…..

    1. Mika Oehling Sep 22 20104:03 pm

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      I think that the Leafs look better on paper this year because they made some good moves over the summer. It probably won’t be enough to propel them out of the basement; they’re harder to push out of the basement than gamers.

      I think that what we saw last night was the potential team of the future- for this season, at least, they will stay mostly the same as the last, what with Gonchar being the only big addition to the roster.

      Definitely good to see the Sens roll the Leafs over- but then again, as an Ottawa fan, I’m always happy when we beat the Leafs- and the Habs. :)

  2. Dan Rakusan Sep 22 20103:27 pm

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    Word in Ottawa is that Phaneuf “took the night off”… Wasn’t even trying. I am thinking that’s kind of silly for someone who just got annointed with the Captaincy.

    Leafs fans – brace yourselves for another season where playoffs were promised (by your new captain) and you end up near last place. Boston is loving all of the personnel moves and whatnot, because being “tough to play against” doesn’t necessarily mean winning games… Most of the time it just means more penalties and lob-sided scores against…

    Plus, Phaneuf will be exposed for being a liability. I know he’s Pierre McGuire’s sweetheart player, but he isn’t very good when he needs to be – i.e. clutch situations.

    1. Mika Oehling Sep 22 20104:00 pm

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      Ooh, Pierre McGuire’s sweetheart? I wonder if Phaneuf also has a secret tickle spot?

      Agree that Phaneuf didn’t seem to be on his game. Even after a pep talk from Wilson (does he even give those?) where he was instructing him to play the line more during the power play to open up the space, he didn’t seem to deliver. Not sure he’s a liability, but he’s definitely a fiery personality and a presence and I think that his two fists are two good reasons to keep people motivated- and afraid.

      Let’s see if the Captaincy makes him grow- or just spoils him.

      1. Dan Rakusan Sep 22 20104:24 pm

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        You just take things too personally Mika. Honestly, if Phaneuf continues to play the way he did last night, would you be happy? Would you be happy if he goes back to his head-hunting ways?

        He’s got tons of talent, but rarely does it come through when needed. He was CHASED out of Calgary for a reason man, whether you choose to believe it or not!

        I agree about your comment about captaincy perhaps bringing him out of puberty and making him a man, but I’m skeptical, as Dion seems to be all about Dion…

        1. Mika Oehling Sep 23 201011:44 am

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          Phaneuf’s play neither makes me happy or unhappy. Beating the Leafs, however, always makes me happy. :)

          I can see you feel pretty strongly about the Phaneuf situation, and as I said, it’s going to be interesting to see how Captaincy changes him, whether it’s for the better or worse.

          1. Dan Rakusan Sep 23 201011:47 am

            I have hated Phaneuf since he knocked out Rostislav Olesz at the World Juniors. He’s a douche, nothing more, nothing less. Hope he’s enjoying Sean Avery’s sloppy seconds!!! Hell, she’s hot, but realistically, I don’t trust tainted meat!

            No offence intended to Elisha Cuthbert!

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