• Sens Sign Grant To Two-Way Contract

    News: Derek Grant signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Senators on Wednesday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
    Analysis: Derek Grant spent all of 2014-15 at AHL Binghamton, tallying 21 goals and 38 points in 73 games. The 25-year-old will likely need a number of forwards on the parent club to suffer injuries before he gets his next taste of the NHL.
  • Sens Reassign Grant

    News: The Senators reassigned Derek Grant to AHL Binghamton on Monday.
    Analysis: Derek Grant suited up for 20 games with the Sens in 2013-14, but only managed two assists over that span. With younger players like Curtis Lazar in line for a shot at the NHL, it looks like Grant may have trouble making a significant impact at the NHL level this year.
  • Sens Bring Back Grant

    News: Derek Grant re-signed with the Senators on a one-year, two-way contract Thursday, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports.
    Analysis: Derek Grant saw 20 games with the Senators last season, contributing two points and finishing with a minus-3 rating. He'll get the opportunity to compete for a fourth-line role in training camp, but more than likely will spent most of the upcoming season with AHL Binghamton.
  • Sens' Grant Sent To AHL

    News: Derek Grant was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Monday by the Senators.
    Analysis: Derek Grant had mostly been working on the fourth line with the Senators this season and was held to two assists in 20 games. In search of some additional scoring punch, the Senators are making some changes on offense to find a spark, so Grant will head to the AHL to work on his game.
  • Sens Recall Grant From AHL

    News: Derek Grant was recalled from AHL Binghamton on Friday, Brent Wallace of TSN Ottawa reports.
    Analysis: The Senators aren't believed to be nursing any injuries among their forward ranks, so it's possible that Derek Grant's stay with the big club will be more than a short-term assignment. The former Michigan State star had two goals in three games for Binghamton.
  • Sens' Grant Healthy

    News: Derek Grant (hand) scored a goal Saturday in his first game of the year for AHL Binghamton.
    Analysis: Derek Grant is fully healthy after injuring his hand during the Senators' prospect camp in September, and could be a midseason call-up if he continues to produce. However, he collected just 28 points -- 19 of them goals -- in 63 games in the AHL last season.
  • Sens' Grant Avoids Broken Hand

    News: X-rays on Friday revealed Derek Grant avoided structural damage to his hand, the Ottawa Citizen reports.
    Analysis: Derek Grant was still a spectator during Friday's rookie camp practice, but the Senators have to be breathing a sigh of relief that the youngster is only dealing with swelling and not an injury that would potentially sideline him for multiple months. Grant could return to action within a few days.
  • Sens' Grant Sustains Hand Injury In Tournament

    News: Derek Grant left the third period of Thursday's rookie tournament game with a hand injury, the Ottawa Sun reports.
    Analysis: Derek Grant underwent a precautionary X-ray after the game, but the results weren't made available. He sustained the injury while blocking a puck and hopes to have avoided a broken hand.
  • Sens Reassign Grant To AHL Binghamton

    News: The Senators reassigned Derek Grant to AHL Binghamton on Monday.
    Analysis: It appears Derek Grant is still not quite ready for the NHL after failing to record a point in five games up with the Senators. He will return to Binghamton, where he leads the team in goals with 15.
  • Sens Call Up Grant

    News: Derek Grant was recalled by the Senators on Friday from the AHL, according to The Senators' official website.
    Analysis: Derek Grant has scored 24 goals and added 26 assists in his career in the AHL. He will be forward depth for the Senators at this point.