July 18th, 2016 In New York Rangers, News, Ottawa Senators, Top Stories 0 comments

The New York Rangers have traded Derick Brassard and a 2018 7th round draft pick to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Mika Zibanejad and a 2018 2nd round draft pick, the teams announced Monday. The 23-year-old Zibanejad comes to the Blueshirts with one year left on his contract, carrying a cap hit of $2.625 million. At the end of that deal,...

July 7th, 2016 In Senators Management, Senators Prospects 0 comments

With the recent announcement of a League expansion, last week’s free agency period became one of the most anticipated in years, and, the Ottawa Senators did exactly as everyone expected—not much. Related: NHL Approves Las Vegas Expansion It’s no secret that the Sens are the NHL’s prime example of a budget team. Team owner Eugene...

June 29th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, News, Ottawa Senators 0 comments

The Ottawa Senators have dealt forward Alex Chiasson to the Calgary Flames in exchange for defenseman Patrick Sieloff. It had long been rumored that the Sens were looking to move Chiasson after he'd failed to live up to the promise of his rookie year with the Dallas Stars. That season he scored 13 goals and 35 points. It was impressive enough...

June 24th, 2016 In News, NHL Entry Draft, Ottawa Senators 0 comments

With the eleventh pick in the 2016 NHL Draft the Ottawa Senators have selected Logan Brown from the Windsor Spitfires in the OHL About Logan Brown Logan Brown is 6 foot 6 and weighs 218 pounds. Size like that cannot be taught, and the skill set that Brown has isn't indicative of his size at all. It isn't common for large players to possess...

June 22nd, 2016 In Ottawa Senators, Senators Management 0 comments

The Ottawa Senators have flown slightly under the radar in relation to the number of prospects that will be ready for the NHL in a short matter of time. They have many talented defencemen in the Major Junior ranks as well as the AHL and European pro leagues. A few young forwards were able to get a taste of the NHL this past season along with a...

May 27th, 2016 In Ottawa Senators, Senators Transactions 0 comments

Chris Phillips announced his retirement yesterday after 17 seasons. Unable to suit up for a single game this year due to a cracked vertebrae, the longest-serving Senator decided to hang up his skates and call it a career. With 1179 games played, Phillips is one game up on longtime captain Daniel Alfredsson (1178) for the franchise lead, and is by...

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