The 2008–09 Ottawa Senators season was the Senators' 17th NHL season (16th season of play). The team started the season with a new head coach, Craig Hartsburg, and numerous personnel changes after narrowly making the playoffs in 2007–08. However, the team had a losing record under the new coach and he was fired in February, replaced by Binghamton Senators' Head Coach Cory Clouston. The team improved its record under Clouston, but not enough to qualify for the playoffs, ending an 11-year string of qualifying for the playoffs.

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  • The 2008–09 Ottawa Senators season was the Senators' 17th NHL season (16th season of play). The team started the season with a new head coach, Craig Hartsburg, and numerous personnel changes after narrowly making the playoffs in 2007–08. However, the team had a losing record under the new coach and he was fired in February, replaced by Binghamton Senators' Head Coach Cory Clouston. The team improved its record under Clouston, but not enough to qualify for the playoffs, ending an 11-year string of qualifying for the playoffs. (en)
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  • The 2008–09 Ottawa Senators season was the Senators' 17th NHL season (16th season of play). The team started the season with a new head coach, Craig Hartsburg, and numerous personnel changes after narrowly making the playoffs in 2007–08. However, the team had a losing record under the new coach and he was fired in February, replaced by Binghamton Senators' Head Coach Cory Clouston. The team improved its record under Clouston, but not enough to qualify for the playoffs, ending an 11-year string of qualifying for the playoffs. (en)
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  • Оттава Сенаторз в сезоне 2008/2009 (ru)
  • 2008–09 Ottawa Senators season (en)
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