|Dec. 2 9:29 AM PT10:29 AM MT11:29 AM CT12:29 PM ET17:29 GMT1:29 AM 北京时间10:29 AM MST12:29 PM EST21:29 UAE12:29 ET - Alfredsson scored an empty-net goal and added an assist in his return to Ottawa, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the host Senators 4-2 on Sunday night.
Analysis: Alfredsson, the former longtime captain of the Senators, wasn't primarily responsible for Ottawa's second straight loss and fourth consecutive at home, but he helped contribute to the continuation of his ex-team's woes.
|Nov. 30 9:03 AM PT10:03 AM MT11:03 AM CT12:03 PM ET17:03 GMT1:03 AM 北京时间10:03 AM MST12:03 PM EST21:03 UAE12:03 ET - Alfredsson had two goals with an assist during a 5-0 win over the Islanders on Friday.
Analysis: Alfie has three goals and three assists in his last three games.
|Nov. 25 9:14 AM PT10:14 AM MT11:14 AM CT12:14 PM ET17:14 GMT1:14 AM 北京时间10:14 AM MST12:14 PM EST21:14 UAE12:14 ET - Alfredsson had a goal and an assist in Sunday's win over the Sabres.
Analysis: He had missed the previous five games with groin injury, which included a visit from his former Ottawa team.
|Nov. 16 11:03 PM PT12:03 AM MT1:03 AM CT2:03 AM ET7:03 GMT3:03 PM 北京时间12:03 AM MST2:03 AM EST11:03 UAE2:03 ET - Alfredsson is dealing with a sore groin.
Analysis: He is day-to-day.
|Nov. 3 1:51 PM PT2:51 PM MT3:51 PM CT4:51 PM ET21:51 GMT5:51 AM 北京时间2:51 PM MST4:51 PM EST1:51 UAE (+1)16:51 ET - Alfredsson notched two assists in Saturday's 5-0 win at Edmonton.
Analysis: Alfredsson has come up big of late, posting three goals and nine assists in his last 11 games.
|Oct. 31 8:47 AM PT9:47 AM MT10:47 AM CT11:47 AM ET15:47 GMT11:47 PM 北京时间8:47 AM MST10:47 AM EST19:47 UAE11:47 ET - Alfredsson had a goal in Wednesday's win over the Canucks.
Analysis: He has a goal in two straight games.
|Oct. 27 2:33 PM PT3:33 PM MT4:33 PM CT5:33 PM ET21:33 GMT5:33 AM 北京时间2:33 PM MST4:33 PM EST1:33 UAE (+1)17:33 ET - Alfredsson scored his second goal of the season in a loss to the New York Rangers on Saturday.
Analysis: Alfredsson had been point-less in three straight contests after recording nine points in his first eight games with the Red Wings.
|Oct. 24 7:53 AM PT8:53 AM MT9:53 AM CT10:53 AM ET14:53 GMT10:53 PM 北京时间7:53 AM MST9:53 AM EST18:53 UAE10:53 ET - Alfredsson was held without a point by his former team in Wednesday's 6-1 loss to the Senators.
Analysis: The Swedish winger spent 17 seasons with the Senators before signing a one-year deal with the Red Wings in the offseason. Alfredsson is Ottawa's career leader in games (1,178), goals (426), assists (682) and points (1,108), but he had a quiet game Wednesday, along with the rest of the Red Wings. Alfredsson had two shots and was called for a third-period tripping minor.
|Oct. 18 1:50 PM PT2:50 PM MT3:50 PM CT4:50 PM ET20:50 GMT4:50 AM 北京时间1:50 PM MST3:50 PM EST0:50 UAE (+1)16:50 ET - Alfredsson had three assists in Detroit's 4-2 win over Colorado on Thursday.
Analysis: It was already the second three-assist game for the Red Wings by Alfredsson, who had no such performances in 47 contests with Ottawa last season.
|Oct. 13 1:53 PM PT2:53 PM MT3:53 PM CT4:53 PM ET20:53 GMT4:53 AM 北京时间1:53 PM MST3:53 PM EST0:53 UAE (+1)16:53 ET - Alfredsson had three assists in Saturday night's 5-2 win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: All three assists came with a man advantage. The Red Wings entered the game 0 for 10 on the power play.
|July 5 8:53 AM PT9:53 AM MT10:53 AM CT11:53 AM ET15:53 GMT11:53 PM 北京时间8:53 AM MST10:53 AM EST19:53 UAE11:53 ET - The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a one-year contract with Alfredsson. The Swedish star joins a team with players from his native country, including captain Henrik Zetterberg. Detroit hopes Alfredsson can help the franchise compete for a championship next season when it moves to the Eastern Conference.
Analysis: The 40-year-old Alfredsson scored 426 goals and had 1,108 points with the Ottawa Senators, who failed to keep their captain for at least another season. He won the Mark Messier Leadership Award after scoring 10 goals and making 16 assists during the 47-game shortened season. He won the Calder Trophy as the league's rookie of the year in 1996.
|June 28 12:34 PM PT1:34 PM MT2:34 PM CT3:34 PM ET19:34 GMT3:34 AM 北京时间12:34 PM MST2:34 PM EST23:34 UAE15:34 ET - Alfredsson will be returning for an 18th season with the Ottawa Senators. The 40-year-old Alfredsson had been contemplating retirement after last season, but the Senators received word from his agent Friday letting them know he'd be back.
Analysis: Alfredsson has been Ottawa's captain for 14 seasons. In 47 regular-season games last year, the Swede had 10 goals and 16 assists. In the playoffs, he scored four goals and six assists in 10 games. The six-time all-star has 426 goals and 682 assists in 1,178 career regular-season games.
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