2004–05 Ottawa Senators · NHL
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General Manager John Muckler
Coach Bryan Murray
Captain Daniel Alfredsson
Alternate captains Zdeno Chara
Wade Redden
Arena Corel Centre
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The 2004–05 Ottawa Senators season would have been the Ottawa Senators' franchises' 13th season in the National Hockey League, however it was cancelled due to the 2004–05 NHL lockout. The other 29 teams did not play either due to the labour dispute.

Senators did participate with their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Binghamton Senators. Senators who joined the roster included Hasek, who only practiced with the group and Spezza, who played most of the season.

Like the other NHL teams, the Senators were still eligible to take part in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, selecting Andrej Meszaros 23rd overall.

NHL lockout[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2004–05 NHL lockout

The NHL Chairman of the Board, Harley Hotchkiss was a key figure in the resolution of the labour dispute. Initially taking a low key role, Hotchkiss was thrust into the spotlight when he was invited by NHLPA president Trevor Linden to last ditch meeting in January 2005 to save the season.[1] While that meeting was unsuccessful in saving the season, the two would continue to meet until an agreement was finally hammered out on July 13, 2005. Hotchkiss' role in the negotiations was prominently mentioned when he was voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.[2]

Division standings[edit | edit source]

No teams participated due to the lockout.

Game log[edit | edit source]

No games were played due to the lockout.

Transactions[edit | edit source]

Trades[edit | edit source]

June 26, 2004 To Los Angeles Kings
Radek Bonk
To Ottawa Senators
Los Angeles' third-round draft pick, 2004 Draft (Shawn Weller)
June 27, 2004 To St. Louis Blues
Patrick Lalime
To Ottawa Senators
St. Louis fourth-round draft pick, 2005 Draft (Ilya Zubov)

Received from waivers[edit | edit source]

Player Former Team
G Dominik Hasek Detroit Red Wings

Players lost[edit | edit source]

Player New Team
G Martin Prusek HC JME Znojemští Orli
F Shaun Van Allen None
F Peter Bondra Atlanta Thrashers
D Todd Simpson Chicago Blackhawks
C Todd White Minnesota Wild
D Josh Langfeld Nashville Predators
F Curtis Leschyshyn none

Draft picks[edit | edit source]

Ottawa's draft picks from the 2004 NHL Entry Draft held on June 26 and June 27, 2004 at the RBC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (League)
1 23 Andrej Meszaros Flag of Slovakia Slovakia HC Dukla Trenčín (Slovakia)
2 58 Kirill Lyamin Flag of Russia Russia HC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
3 77 Shawn Weller Flag of the United States United States Capital District Selects (EJHL)
3 87 Peter Regin Flag of Denmark Denmark Herning IK (Denmark)
3 89 Jeff Glass Flag of Canada Canada Kootenay Ice (WHL)
4 122 Alexander Nikulin Flag of Russia Russia HC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
5 141 Jim McKenzie Flag of the United States United States Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
5 156 Roman Wick Flag of Switzerland Switzerland Kloten (Swiss)
7 219 Joe Cooper Flag of Canada Canada Miami University (NCAA)
8 251 Matt McIlvane Flag of the United States United States Chicago Steel (USHL)
9 284 John Wikner Flag of Sweden Sweden Västra Frölunda (Sweden)

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. NHL, NHLPA meeting in Chicago, cbc.ca, Accessed November 27, 2006
  2. Owner Harley Hotchkiss inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame, Calgary Flames press release, accessed November 27, 2006

Farm teams[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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