But what about them Sens?

Remembering Humboldt
—Ottawa Citizen, A1, Apr. 9, 2018.

Life on the bus
—Ottawa Citizen, A2, Apr. 9, 2018.

Remember the boys
—Ottawa Citizen, A2, Apr. 9, 2018.

Tears and prayers
—Ottawa Citizen, A3, Apr. 9, 2018.

Broncos’ tragedy hits everyone across Canada
—Ottawa Citizen, A7, Apr. 9, 2018.

‘As soon as I came I knew that it was a disaster’
—Ottawa Citizen, NP1, Apr. 9, 2018.

Gone too soon on a Prairie highway
—Ottawa Citizen, NP2-3, Apr. 9, 2018.

Trapped under the bus
—Ottawa Citizen, NP4, Apr. 9, 2018.

‘Brother-like’ bonds may help ease pain of survivors’ guilt
—Ottawa Citizen, NP5, Apr. 9, 2018.

A place of grace: In Humboldt, everyone looks after someone who looks after someone else
—Ottawa Citizen, NP5, Apr. 9, 2018.

‘You close your eyes and you still see the accident’
—Ottawa Citizen, NP6-7, Apr. 9, 2018.

For Jets broadcaster, bus crash has ‘occupied every minute since’
—Ottawa Citizen, B5, Apr. 9, 2018.

Humboldt native Hall feels for hometown
—Ottawa Citizen, B5, Apr. 9, 2018.

Moments of silence around NHL
—Ottawa Citizen, B5, Apr. 9, 2018.

Stop mourning, Ottawa, for it’s now time to bury the 2017-18 Senators…. This team played for at least three months without a prayer of qualifying for the playoffs. Indeed, the mourning period was agonizingly, frustratingly and mercilessly long…. But now, as stated, the dirt-tossing begins. And to help that process, Postmedia is delivering a special nine-step post-mortem that kicks off today…
—Don Brennan, Ottawa Citizen, B1, Apr. 9, 2018.

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One comment on “But what about them Sens?
  1. gormab says:

    That’s what happens when you get rid of your copy editors.


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