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Ottawa Fans Vent

from CTV,
An Ottawa radio show gave Senators fans a shoulder to cry on after their team's season-ending loss Saturday, keeping phone lines open well into the following day. Those listening to the sports radio station 1200 The Team heard hours of grief, frustration and confusion, although one host said fans weren't angry. "There's a lot of resignation, I think, from people who have seen it too often and they're very disappointed," host Al Armstrong told CTV Ottawa on Sunday. "But there isn't the same vein of hatred as there was when they lost to the (Toronto Maple Leafs)."

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