Dennis Seidenberg

#4 D / New York Islanders / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 198 lb Age: 36 College: None

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  • Seidenberg, who's been a frequent spectator this season, will play in Saturday's game against the Bruins, his former team, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports. Seidenberg reportedly will replace Scott Mayfield, but don't expect heavy playing time for the former. In fact, he's only drawn into 10 games this season with 17:47 of average ice time.

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  • Islanders' Dennis Seidenberg: Odd man out
    By RotoWire Staff

    Seidenberg has only drawn into the lineup in seven of the Islanders' first 17 games this season. This should not come as a surprise to anyone, as Seidenberg was re-signed during the summer as veteran insurance for the Islanders defense. He has two assists, is a minus-3, and averages just under 18 minutes of ice time when he does play, but he will continue to be a healthy scratch more often than not.

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  • Islanders' Dennis Seidenberg: In Saturday's lineup
    By RotoWire Staff

    Seidenberg will sub in for Scott Mayfield (undisclosed) against the Sharks on Saturday. The German defenseman posted two hits and three blocked shots in the season opener, but he kept hearing the Blue Jackets' goal siren blaring while he was on the ice, as deduced from his putrid minus-3 rating. Depending on Seidenberg in fantasy is like trying to catch lightning in a bottle -- why even try?

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  • Islanders' Dennis Seidenberg: Not playing much
    By RotoWire Staff

    Seidenberg has only played one game so far this season. It came as a surprise to some that the Islanders re-signed the veteran defenseman, as the team has plenty of depth at the position. In the one game that Seidenberg did play this season, he was a minus-3 -- which didn't help his case for more ice time.

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  • Seidenberg signed a one-year contract with the Islanders on Monday. For the second straight season, Seidenberg was signed to a single-year deal; next season, he'll get a slight raise to $1.25 million compared to this year's $1 million. The blueliner had 22 points in 73 games, his highest total since notching 23 back in 2011-12.

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