Mark Stone

#61 RW / Ottawa Senators / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 203 lb Age: 23 College: None

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      Senators' Mark Stone: Returning from suspension Saturday

      Stone will return to action Saturday against the Hurricanes after serving a two-game suspension for his hit on Detroit's Landon Ferraro in last Saturday's tilt against the Red Wings. Stone, who has tallied an impressive 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in just 11 games this season, is expected to return to his role skating alongside Shane Prince and Kyle Turris on Ottawa's top line in Saturday's contest.

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      Senators' Mark Stone: Suspended two games

      Stone was suspended two games for an illegal check in Saturday's game. The news comes as a bit of a surprise as Stone hasn't had any history in this regard, but barring an appeal, he won't be able to suit up until Saturday's game against the Hurricanes after a check to the head of the Red Wings' Landon Ferraro. The 23-year-old had gotten off to a great start, notching 13 points through 11 contests.

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      Senators' Mark Stone: Rolling stone

      Stone collected a goal and an assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over Toronto. Stone now has four points in two games of the young NHL season. The 23 year-old winger has picked up where he left off last year when he rolled for 26 goals and 38 assists. Stone continues to be all around the puck on the first line with Karlsson, Hoffman and Turris. Stone shows no signs of stopping with his energetic play making ability.

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      Ottawa Senators' Mark Stone Tallies two helpers in opener

      Stone collected the secondary assists on both Kyle Turris goals in Thursday's season-opening win over the Sabres. He finished plus-2 with two shots. The top line of Stone, Mike Hoffman and Turris looked dominant in this one. Stone and Hoffman both broke out in a big way last year, and Thursday was a huge first step for them as they attempt to demonstrate that breakout was no fluke. Well, to be clear, it wasn't a fluke; these guys are for real.

    • Collects three points

      News: Mark Stone picked up a short-handed goal and two assists in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
      Analysis: Mark Stone is picking up where he left off last season, when he rung up 26 goals and 38 assists in the regular season, plus four more points in six games against the Habs during the conference quarterfinal round of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs. Stone's hockey IQ is top notch and he still has room to grow his game at the age of 23. He should have wide appeal in any league that counts the standard offensive stats such as goals, assists, and plus-minus in many league setups.
    • Sens Sign Stone To Three-Year Extension

      News: Mark Stone (wrist) signed a three-year extension with the Senators on Thursday, TSN's Steve Warne reports.
      Analysis: Mark Stone burst on to the scene as a rookie in 2014-15, playing in 80 games and providing 64 points (26 goals), both of which were career-bests. He was one of the league's most productive forwards in the second half of the season, with his efforts culminating in a second-place finish in the Calder Trophy balloting and an improbable playoff berth for the Senators. Sens fans may have wanted to see a longer deal, but they can still pencil in the 23-year-old winger on their front lines for several seasons to come.
    • Sens' Stone Still Nursing Microfracture

      News: Though he wasn't forced to miss any games of the Senators' first-round playoff series loss to the Canadiens, Mark Stone remains bothered by a right wrist injury suffered in the April 15 Game 1 defeat, reports.
      Analysis: Mark Stone was diagnosed with a microfracture and ligament damage to his wrist after he took a violent slash from the Habs' P.K. Subban. He was able to gut it out and return to the lineup for Game 2, and while he failed to register a goal during the series, he still finished with four assists over the six games. With some proper time off to rest up and rehab the injury, Stone should be good to go for training camp in the fall.
    • Stone Helps Keep Sens Alive

      News: Mark Stone had an assist - his fourth of the series - in Ottawa's Game 5 drubbing of Montreal on Friday.
      Analysis: Mark Stone often had the puck on his stick for scoring chances created by his breakaway speed. It's no mystery why he is a finalist for the Calder Trophy.
    • Sens' Stone Grabs Two Assists In Game 2

      News: Mark Stone picked up two helpers in Friday's Game 2 overtime loss to the Canadiens.
      Analysis: While Mark Stone is currently dealing with a wrist injury, he still managed to be very effective for the Sens in the loss. It's worth noting, however, that the 22-year-old sniper didn't record a shot on goal for just the first time in nine games. While the wrist fracture is likely to hurt his overall production, Stone should still be able to pile up points in a top-six role for the Sens.
    • Ottawa's Stone (Wrist) Playing In Game 2

      News: Mark Stone (wrist) will play in Game 2 against the Canadiens, John Lu of TSN reports.
      Analysis: Mark Stone reportedly looked uncomfortable in warmups, but took part in line rushes and will give it a go. Assuming no setbacks occur, it seems likely he'll play the remainder of the series.
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