Last Word on Sens Podcast: Ottawa Senators Season Review with Jamie McLennan

Ottawa Senators Season

Last Word on Hockey presents The Last Word on Sens Podcast. The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every week Alex Metzger will share his thoughts on the news of the week. This news will generally relate to the Ottawa Senators. He will also have a variety of guests from the world of hockey as well as spending some time on original segments. Sit back, listen, and enjoy some Ottawa news, analysis, and discussion.

Ottawa Senators Season Review

Alex is back with the final week of the Ottawa Senators season upon us. To join him in looking at the season, he has the one and only Jamie McLennan on the podcast! The two go through everything that has happened this season. From the horrid start to the hot streak that has come at the end of the season too. They also discuss what to expect this offseason, including the wrench the Seattle Expansion Draft may have on the team. What opportunities will be available? Could a goalie be grabbed?

From there, they switch to the years of Matt Murray, Filip Gustavsson, and Joey Daccord. McLennan gives his thoughts on each of them and what to expect heading into next year as well. From there, they take a look at who surprised them this year from an on and off-ice situation. Tune in for all of this and more, with the Last Word on Sens podcast!

Who is Alex Metzger? Alex is from the Waterloo region in Ontario, Canada. He grew up playing hockey and shortly after fell in love with analyzing it.  Alex is a die-hard Senators fan and has been his whole life… Despite growing up in the middle of Leaf land. You can find Alex’s work at LastWordOnHockey.com and milehighhockey.com. Also, you can also find him on Twitter @NHLSensandStuff. You can find the podcast on Twitter @LastWordonSens.

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