Spencer Callaghan

Spencer Callaghan


Spencer is a former journalist/blogger turned PR guy who is hopelessly addicted to the tragic comedy that is the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club.
When not pining for the first ever power forward or elite goaltender in the Senators modern history, Spencer also enjoys football, where he has a potentially dangerous crush on Tom Brady.
Spencer thinks basketball is the worst sport on the planet, but has as soft spot for soccer. I know...what's up with that?

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  • Derek Harmsworth posted 3165 days ago

    Derek Harmsworth

    Hey Spencer,

    Just thought I would check in with you to let you know about some new alignment to the NHL Community Leaders.

    As you know, Alan Bass, Bryan Thiel, and myself are the current Co-Community Leaders of the NHL section of this page. In order to make things a little easier for everyone, and to allow more focus on specific areas, the three of us have had our duties divided, along with Ken Armer.

    Although we are still free to peruse every part of the NHL section, and are of course free to help anyone that needs it, my new designated Community Leader area is the Northeast division, which of course includes your Ottawa Senators.

    Basically it doesn't really change anything on your end. If you do have any questions or whatever, I will be your guy to go to. Of course if you feel more comfortable talking to Alan, Bryan, or Ken, by all means don't hesitate.

    Anyways, I thought I would send you a little note to let you know about the new alignments of the CL's. As the guy who oversees the Northeast Division, I look forward to working with you in the future.

    Keep up the good work.


  • Matt Cullen posted 3172 days ago

    Matt Cullen

    Hey Spencer,

    Hockey Hall of Famer Scott Stevens' career ended kind of awkwardly. In January of 2004 he missed a few games with the flu and then was diagonsed with Post-Concussion-Syndrome and missed the rest of the season. He would never play again as a lockout wiped out the following season and then his official retirement in September of 2005. Truly one of the greats and my favorite athlete of all-time, I don't feel I have ever honored him the way he earned and I really hope I did it with this article- http://bleacherreport.com/articles/172153-scott-stevens-forever-beloved-forever-hated-and-forever-remembered

    Let me know what you think if you get a chance, if not no worries.

  • David Law posted 3197 days ago

    David Law

    I was at that 1997 game when Duchesne scored to get us in the playoffs. Electric atmosphere! It's on my "Most Memorable Game Attended" as well.

  • MJ Kasprzak posted 3251 days ago

    MJ Kasprzak

    Sorry to see you've stopped writing. I wanted to see what your thoughts were on Campoli coming over, and if he is that puck-moving defenceman y'all've been missing.

  • Ronnybrook posted 3272 days ago


    Ronnybrook pontificates on the donnybrook.


  • MJ Kasprzak posted 3353 days ago

    MJ Kasprzak

    So far, I look pretty wrong on the Panthers, but it's early. Your Sens look as inconsistent as ever, so maybe we'll both be wrong...or maybe one or both of them will turn it around in the next five months.

  • Miah D. posted 3355 days ago

    Miah D.

    Love the Montreal Canadiens, or hate the Montreal Canadiens.

    Some B/r’s Montreal’s true non-fans share with us their stories. Please comment and tell me what you favourite moment was, against the Habs.


    Miah ;)

  • Ken Armer posted 3396 days ago

    Ken Armer

    Thanks for the correction on the comment Spencer. Being in the U.S. I don't catch CBC much.

  • MJ Kasprzak posted 3416 days ago

    MJ Kasprzak

    Hey, man, good discussion!
    And I'm sorry about Brady...okay, I'm not, but I'm sorry for your behalf, at least.

  • Mr. Controversy posted 3433 days ago

    Mr. Controversy

    thanks for the feed back. where u talking about the what the f@** part in the heading .. if so i changed it . thought it was a great way to get people to read it .