This is the question that comes up when a hockey fan or a sports fan asks who their favorite NHL player to see play in the Winter Olympics.
In the case of the 2018 Olympics, that question will be answered in no uncertain terms.
If we can’t find the player that we’re looking for, we can at least find the team’s alternate.
This year, we’ll be looking at the NHL’s top 10 players, and if they’re all on the same team, the answer is going to be the Ottawa Senators.
Here’s the list, and it’s a pretty strong team.
The Senators will be playing at home against the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday, November 8th.
If the Sabres don’t score in the first period, the Sens will go on the road to face the Boston Bruins.
This would make for an interesting match-up if you’re looking to see the Sens skate at home.
The Sabres are the only team that is able to host games at home this season.
The Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, and Detroit Red Wings are all in the playoff race for the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference.
They will meet again at home on December 6th.
The Canadiens are the first team to host a game in Montreal since the team relocated to the city in 2006.
The Senators have yet to host home games against Montreal since 2010.
If they do, they will be the first NHL team to do so since the Canadiens moved to the Quebec City region.
The Sabres, on the other hand, have hosted home games at Canadian Tire Centre since the 2013-2014 season.
There’s no guarantee that the Sabres will be able to skate at Canadian.
If that happens, they could be looking for a different team.
In fact, the Sabres are one of the few teams that are still looking for another home game, as they are scheduled to play host to the Calgary Flames on Friday, November 10th.
If the Sabres do skate at the new Bell Centre in Edmonton, they’ll be in for a tough test.
The Oilers are one game ahead of them for the final wild card slot in the Western Conference, and are currently on a six game winning streak.
If Oilers head coach Todd McLellan decides to start Connor McDavid over Zach Parise, this could be an interesting matchup for the Sens.
For the Sabres, this is a tough match-ups.
Their schedule features two home games and one road game, and they’re only on the fourth night of a back-to-back.
This means they’ll have to rely on their defense to keep them afloat and get them through the first round.
The Rangers are currently in second place in the East with a 7-3-1 record.
The Flyers and Capitals are tied for third with 5-5-2 records.
If a home game against the Sens is possible, the Rangers will be a tough team to crack.
When looking at how each team will look on the ice, the Senators are in a pretty good position.
They’re playing at their home rink, where they have a ton of fans, and the team has played well at home all season.
If any of their key players are out, that could open up opportunities for the Sabres to score.
In addition, if the Sabres can get some offense going early on, they can make a run.
Ryan Miller scored his fourth goal of the season against the Sabres on Wednesday night.
He’s been a big part of the Senators’ offense since the start of the year.
Miller has played with a lot of different linemates this season, and his power-play ability has been on full display this year.
Miller has five points in his past eight games.
Ottawa is one of just two teams to have a point per game average in the NHL this season (the other is the Calgary Red Wings).
The Senators are also tied for second in the league with a team-high 10.1 goals per game.
One of the things that Ottawa does well is create scoring chances.
They lead the NHL with 22.6% of their goals coming from the penalty kill, and their power play is third in the League with 51.5%.
They have a strong penalty kill as well.
They currently sit third in scoring with 3.7 goals per 60 minutes.
With the team in good shape, the goal of having Miller and the Senators score at the same time is very real.
It’s worth noting that the Ottawa offense has a lot to do with how well the Sabres play on the penalty killing.
Buffalo has scored a goal or an assist in just three of their past eight playoff games, while the Sabres have scored a total of 17 in the past four games.
If Buffalo can get more scoring chances, the goals will come more easily for the Senators.
Here’s what we know about the Ottawa team and the Sabres so far.
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