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Jason Spezza

I don't have much to say about Jason but have one story where I should have combated my fears.  It was a couple of years ago when the Senators came into town, playing in the Heritage Classic in 2014.  I was trying to get autographs, in person, at the hotel where I suspected that the... Continue Reading →

Erik Condra

Got this card signed by Erik Condra, currently part of the Tampa Bay Lightning organization. Erik was a long standing member of the Ottawa Senators organization, having been drafted by them in 2006, 211th overall and eventually getting opportunities to play on the Senators in 2010/11 season. He eventually ended his tenure with the team... Continue Reading →

Craig Anderson

A great autograph and return from Craig Anderson of the Ottawa Senators. There has been a lot of media attention around Craig in recent years after his wife was diagnosed with throat cancer. It's great to see that things have gotten better for Nicholle (Anderson's wife) and that she's officially cancer free. It's no surprise... Continue Reading →

Alex Formenton

Alex Formenton, an NHL prospect for the Ottawa Senators currently playing for the London Knights in the OHL. I sent to Alex pretty recently (early Jan) and got it back within 60 days. As many Canadians know, Alex scored the final goal (EN) of the most recent World Juniors Tournament.  While I'm not a card... Continue Reading →

Milan Michalek

Another return which I didn't keep track of, which is unfortunate but I'm still really thankful for the return nonetheless! Milan is a Czech born player who has had quite a successful career in the NHL. After being drafted in the 2003 draft, he played for a trio of teams which includes the likes of... Continue Reading →

Sami Salo

Oft injured Sami Salo returned this card during, you guessed it, his time nursing an injury.  He was injured in the Boston game by Brad Marchand and probably was good enough to sign a few cards from his heyday in Ottawa.  Sami is known for his booming shot which can be very effective on the... Continue Reading →

Alexei Yashin

Wow! What a great return from Alexei Yashin, and extremely quick too I might add.  I had sent this card c/o home (I think), and returned this card really quickly.  Alexei is a former Ottawa Senator, and there were reports that he would like to return back to Ottawa.  Unfortunately, the Senators do not want... Continue Reading →

Daniel Alfredsson

Daniel Alfredsson was one of my first IP signers, as he, and the Ottawa Senators came strolling into town when I was in Calgary.  He was super nice, and signed my cards on a cold (not surprising!) day in Calgary.  I had sent these cards off shortly after, and I'm happy to see him return... Continue Reading →

Dany Heatley

Dany Heatley is a natural sniper for the San Jose Sharks.  Unfortunately for Dany, he had his worst production in his career, excluding seasons where he's played a minimal amount of games. With previous seasons in Ottawa and Atlanta, he has now found a home in California as he has a nice long (and extremely... Continue Reading →

Mark Lamb

Mark Lamb?! Who the heck?!  I'll be honest, I sent Mark his card only because I have old spare cards in my hockey collection as a child.  I sent Mark these cards courtesy of the Swift Current Broncos, whom he coaches in the WHL.  Mark wasn't an extremly talented player, racking up just under 150... Continue Reading →

Pascal Leclaire

I guess most of the non-playoff teams must be cleaning out their mailboxes!  Pascal Leclaire is a good goalie for the Ottawa Senators, but seem to have the worst luck in the world.  While most goalies think they're safe on the bench, Pascal managed to get injured by having a puck strike him in the... Continue Reading →

Ray Emery

Ray was recently picked up by the Anaheim Ducks in February of 2011.  He is currently on a hot streak, posting 5 wins in the 5 games he's appeared in, letting in 11 goals in the process.  Ray is well known for his slick style and frequent problem being late to practices.  Thanks for signing... Continue Reading →

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