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Game 73: Taming the red hot Senators

The New York Rangers are in Ottawa tonight to take on The Hamburglar and the Ottawa Senators. The Senators have ridden goalie Andrew Hammond, The Hamburglar, all the way to the second wild card in the Eastern Conference. Hammond is 14-0-1 with a .946 SV% (!!) as the Sens leapfrogged half of the Eastern Conference, Read more → The post Game 73: Taming the red hot Senators appeared...
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Cam Talbot Quietly Moving New York Towards The Top

By now, almost every hockey fan has heard of the so-called “Hamburglar” from Ottawa. Andrew Hammond, the former Bowling Green University goaltender, has gotten more publicity than any other player in the National Hockey League over the past month, rightfully so, and has moved his team into the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. His impeccable record of 14...
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The Legend of Andrew Hammond Grows

When you start your NHL career by brandishing an improbable 11-0-1 record to the tune of a 1.35 goals against average and a save percentage of .956 while being mentioned in the same breath as Dolly Dolson and Frank Brimsek because you’re holding the opposition to two or fewer goals through regulation in each of your starts, you’re going to earn some attention. Doing all of...
Via The 6th Sens
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Hammond continues historic run for Ottawa Senators

If the Senators make the playoffs this season, February 18th should become an official holiday for the city of Ottawa. Why February 18th? Because, on that day a 27 year old Bowling Green graduate from White Rock, British Columbia named Andrew Hammond became the starting goaltender for the Ottawa Senators. Andrew Hammond holds up a hamburger that had been tossed onto the ice following...
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Save of the Night: Andrew Hammond

It’s been quite the week for Ottawa Senators’ goalie Andrew Hammond. First he was named third star of the week in the NHL, next the guy they call the ‘Hamburglar’ received news that McDonald’s was giving him free food for life, then naturally he follows of that up with an unbelievable save against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night. Early in the third period Hurricanes...
Via Beyond The Benches
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Senators Goalie Andrew ‘Hamburglar’ Hammond Gets Free McDonald’s For Life

Andrew Hammond is most definitely lovin’ it. The Senators goaltender has been the most pleasant of surprises this season, going 10-0-1 in 11 starts while earning the adoration of the Ottawa faithful in the process. But the 27-year-old, who went undrafted and had only NHL game under his belt before making his first start on Feb. 18, is winning off the ice, too. Hammond, awesomely...
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NHLer nicknamed 'Hamburglar' receives free McDonald's for life

Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond has been given the nickname “The Hamburglar,” mostly because his mask features Alfred E. Neuman dressed up as the infamous burger pilferer on his mask. The moniker has since then took off due to his stellar play between the pipes this season, going to 10-0-1 record in 12 appearances while...Read More The post NHL goalie nicknamed ...
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Senators goalie Andrew Hammond celebrates shootout win with hamburger (Video)

Ottawa Senators rookie goaltender Andrew Hammond picked up a hamburger that found its way onto the ice and held it up like a trophy before tossing it to a fan after Sunday's shootout victory over Philadelphia.The hamburger was a show of respect from the Senators fans for the 27-year-old rookie who has earned the nickname "The Hamburglar". Hammond has embraced the nickname, and...
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Ottawa Senators: Who Is Andrew Hammond?

Andrew Hammond of the Ottawa Senators Andrew Hammond is a 6’1″ 216 pound goalie from British Columbia. Up until February 16th he was practically unknown in the hockey world. Hammond spent four years at Bowling Green State University where he played in 111 games, winning only 30. He had a goals against average of 2.64 and amassed seven shutouts. Now in the NHL with the Ottawa...
29 days ago  |  Discuss

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