Sens' Turris Nets 11th Of Season: Kyle Turris netted the Senators' only goal in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Flyers. (Updated 4/27/13)
No information available at this time (Updated 5/21/13).
His production this season -- 11 goals and 16 assists in 47 games so far -- mirrors his work last season while in Ottawa (12 goals, 17 assists 49 games). His game should take off when Jason Spezza returns -- it'll afford him an opportunity to move more freely on the ice because he'll no longer be the team's top center. (Updated 4/27/13).
05/14/2013 22:20 Penguins rout Senators, take Game 1 of Eastern semifinals
Paul Martin and Chris Kunitz scored power-play goals and Pascal Dupuis added his sixth goal of the playoffs and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Tuesday.
05/09/2013 22:03 Senators knock out Canadiens with 6-1 win in Game 5
Craig Anderson made 33 saves and Cory Conacher scored twice on a shaky Peter Budaj as the Ottawa Senators advanced to the second round of the playoffs Thursday night with a 6-1 rout of the Montreal Canadiens.
Many in Ottawa were downright hostile to the fact that GM Bryan Murray traded for the disgruntled but talented center in December, sending highly-touted, but wildly inconsistent defensive prospect David Rundblad to the Coyotes in exchange for Kyle Turris. That bitterness was soon forgotten as Turris quickly established himself as a bonafide offensive force, racking up 14 points (5G, 9A) in his first 20 games with the Sens. He solidified Ottawas second line and developed great chemistry with Daniel Alfredsson to boot. Turris decided to remain in Ottawa for most of the offseason to train with strength and conditioning coach Chris Schwarz to improve his balance and strength. At only 22 years of age, Turris still has much room to improve and is not yet close to realizing his full potential. After being rushed and having his talents squandered in Phoenix, Turriss career is finally back on track and he could have a breakout year for the Sens playing in head coach Paul MacLeans up-tempo, attacking system. 20 goals is certainly within reach to go along with 30-40 assists; Turris will play on Ottawas second powerplay unit as well. (Updated 8/14/12)