Cory Clouston, Ottawa Senators Make Mistakes, Learn Lessons

April 26th, 2010 by Mike Kelly Leave a reply »

Not too shabby. That is how Cory Clouston’s first full season as the head coach of the Ottawa Senators will be remembered by most. The team's fifth place finish in the Eastern Conference was an overachievement in many people’s estimations; as was taking the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins to overtime in game six.


There is no doubt that Cory Clouston deserves much of the credit for his teams successes, but he is also responsible for its mistakes, and there were several in the first round against the Pens.




Sidney Crosby scored, seemingly at will, against the Senators in the first round. The 22-year-old racked up seven points in the first three games of this series, with Jason Spezza as his ...

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