The year was 2015 and it was raining hamburgers. The Sens had just gone 21-4-4 in their last 29 games heading into the last home game of the season, but still needed two more wins to clinch a playoff spot. So grab a burger, settle in and enjoy this classic.
It is October 1992 and Michael Jackson's Black or White is topping the charts, Steven Seagal's Under Seige is about to take over the box office lead and a different Brady who lit the lamp for the Ottawa Senators. Grab your Sens Starter jacket and relive all the excitement (and technical difficulties) of the first game in the modern history of the Ottawa Senators.
This week join us as we revisit Craig Anderson's emotional 37 save shutout of the Edmonton Oilers first game back after a three day leave of absence to be with his wife, Nicholle, who had been recently diagnosed with cancer.