• Lightning Sign Condra

    News: The Lightning signed Erik Condra to a three-year contract on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Erik Condra, who will reportedly earn $1.25 million per season under his new deal, is coming off a 2014-15 campaign in which he notched 23 points in 68 games for the Senators. As the Tampa Tribune relays, the 28-year-old depth winger is thus reunited with Lightning coach Jon Cooper, who coached for Texarkana in the North American Hockey League when Condra played for the team in 2003-04.
  • Condra Tallies One Of Five Sens Goals In Game 5

    News: Erik Condra netted his first goal of the postseason in Friday's Game 5 victory over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Erik Condra finished the evening with three shot attempts and a plus-2 rating. His upside is capped by his standing on the Senators' third line along with a lack of power-play time, but the team values the supplemental offense he's capable of providing in limited minutes.
  • Sens' Condra Helps Out In Win

    News: Erik Condra picked up an even-strength assist, a shorthanded assist and a plus-1 rating Thursday in a 6-4 victory over Boston.
    Analysis: The speedy Erik Condra doesn't find the scoresheet too often, but the two points pushed him over 20 on the season for just the second time in his career. However, he's been seeing increased ice time lately -- Thursday's 19:06 represents a new season high -- and he's at least been consistently inconsistent, recording a point in every other game over his last nine contests.
  • Sens' Condra Notches Assist

    News: Erik Condra notched an assist in Sunday's win over the Flyers.
    Analysis: The 28-year-old has been productive in a depth capacity of late with four points in his last eight games, but his presence on a non-scoring line limits his overall fantasy upside. Erik Condra has mustered only one two-point performance to his name and has attempted more than three shots in just three games this season.
  • Senators' Condra Keeps On Delivering

    News: Erik Condra potted a goal in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Ducks.
    Analysis: Erik Condra is surging offensively as of late, despite his status as a bottom-six forward. It's likely that you can buy into the winger's services at a budget price in most formats, including daily leagues, but we're talking about a player who has yet to eclipse 25 points in a season. Keep an eye on Condra to see if he can sustain the hot streak.
  • Sens' Condra Collects Two Assists

    News: Erik Condra accrued two assists in Saturday's 7-2 win over the Oilers.
    Analysis: Erik Condra was credited with the primary helper on second-period tallies by Cody Ceci and Alex Chiasson. The two-point performance should be viewed as a byproduct of the Oilers' general ineptitude rather than a harbinger of things to come for the winger, who has mustered only 11 points in 40 games this season.
  • Sens' Condra Nets Goal In Win

    News: Erik Condra buried his fourth goal of the season in Thursday's triumph over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Erik Condra has become a mainstay on the Sens' fourth line over Colin Greening, but he's not particularly useful for fantasy purposes. Even in non-scoring categories such as PIM or hits, Condra's per-game totals pale in comparison to many of the league's bottom-six grinders.
  • Sens' Condra Scores In Loss

    News: Erik Condra scored his third goal of the season in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Capitals.
    Analysis: Erik Condra now has just three goals on the season, but has now scored in consecutive games. With five points through 20 games, the 28-year-old won't add a ton of value for fantasy purposes.
  • Sens' Condra Scores First

    News: Erik Condra scored his first goal of the year Tuesday in a win over the Blues.
    Analysis: It was also his first point in seven games this season. Erik Condra skated just 9:20 on the fourth line Tuesday, and thus doesn't provide much fantasy intrigue.
  • Sens' Condra Expected To Practice Tuesday

    News: Erik Condra (undisclosed) is expected to return to practice Tuesday, Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen reports.
    Analysis: Erik Condra hasn't skated with the team the previous five days, but was able to work out on his own Sunday, signaling a forthcoming return.