The 2008 season is one that Senators fans are eager to forget. A midseason coaching change and an 11th-place finish did not sit well with fans in the nationÆs capital, and change was demanded. In the end, supporters of this teamámay have got more change than expected, but it appears as though the change was for the best. This yearÆs edition of the Ottawa Senators enters theácampaign with as much depth up front as the franchise has ever seen. It's not often that a team loses a two-time 50-goal scorer and can say it has an improved offence, but thatÆs exactly what happened in Ottawa this offseason. They lost Dany Heatley and his 39 goals, but in return they got a proven goal scorer in Milan Michalek and the NHL equivalent to a fixer-upper in Jonathan Cheechoo. á Michalek scored 23 time ...
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