The Citizen’s Kenny “Scooter” Warren is writing The Bulldog this morning. I haven’t seen Kenny in years but read his great writing on the Ottawa Senators daily. Hope all is well. Your work is terrific.
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Here is the Newsday column:
… once the Senators filibustered the Bruins out of the postseason in overtime on Sunday, we were deprived of a second-round, Original Six, old-school battle between New York and Boston and left with . . . Ottawa.
Even Canadians are bored by it, a city selected to be the capital largely because it was in a non-descript area between Toronto and Montreal over which neither metropolis could muster the energy to be jealous.
Anyway, try we must, because Ottawa is all we have for the Rangers in between the Canadiens and a potentially juicy showdown against either the Capitals or Penguins in the Eastern Conference final next month.
So back to 1930, and 2012.
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