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Feb 24, 2024 0 0 -1 2 -1
Feb 22, 2024 0 1 2 5 5
Feb 20, 2024 0 0 -1 1 -1
Feb 19, 2024 0 1 1 0 4
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2023 107.7515.4 7 19 26 7 22:55
2022 10526.3 4 28 32 -6 21:55
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Snaps slump with assist

    Sanderson recorded an assist in Monday's 4-2 win over the Lightning. Sanderson set up a Tim Stutzle tally in the first period. The helper ended a five-game slump for Sanderson, who also missed three games with a lower-body injury in that span. The 21-year-old blueliner has had more positives than negatives in his second campaign, racking up 25 points, 100 shots on net, 91 blocked shots and a plus-6 rating through 49 appearances in a top-four role. Just six of his points have come on the power play, so there may still be some room for him to grow his game in that area.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Set to play Saturday

    Sanderson (lower body) is slated to return Saturday versus Chicago. Sanderson, who missed the Senators' last three contests, has seven goals and 24 points in 47 outings in 2023-24. He's projected to play alongside Artem Zub (lower body), who will also draw back into the lineup. Jacob Bernard-Docker will be a healthy scratch Saturday.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Hoping to play during Florida trip

    Sanderson (lower body) is looking to rejoin the lineup for the Senators' two-game Florida road trip, Claire Hanna of TSN reports Tuesday. Based on his timeline, Sanderson looks set to be sidelined for at least three more games before the team heads to the Sunshine State to face Tampa Bay and Florida on Monday and Tuesday, respectively. With Artem Zub (lower body) also dealing with an injury, the Senators could be forced to utilize just five blueliners against Columbus on Tuesday.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Unlikely to play Saturday

    Sanderson (lower body) isn't expected to play Saturday versus Toronto, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanderson sustained the injury during Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over Detroit. He has seven goals, 24 points, 26 hits and 89 blocks in 47 appearances this season. Travis Hamonic's (lower body) status for Saturday's contest remains to be seen, but if Ottawa has to play without Hamonic and Sanderson, then the Senators will likely need to recall a blueliner from the minors.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Sustains injury Wednesday

    Sanderson (lower body) won't return to Wednesday's game versus the Red Wings. Sanderson sustained the injury in the first period and was ruled out during the second. He may benefit from the All-Star break -- the Senators don't play again until Feb. 10 against the Maple Leafs, potentially giving him time to heal without missing games if it's a minor injury.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Two-point effort against Avs

    Sanderson produced a goal on a team-high six shots on net while adding an assist, two PIM and a plus-1 rating in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to Colorado. It was the first multi-point performance since Dec. 19 for the 21-year-old blueliner, and his second-period tally snapped a 16-game goal drought. The Senators are trying not to overwork Sanderson in his second NHL season -- he saw less than 20:00 of ice time Tuesday for the first time in seven games, and Thomas Chabot handled duties on the first power-play unit -- but Sanderson's stayed relatively productive with eight points in the last 14 contests, including three helpers with the man advantage.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Logs 15th assist

    Sanderson registered an assist, two shots on goal and two blocked shots in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Canucks. Sanderson has six helpers over his last eight games, including three on the power play. The 21-year-old blueliner was bumped to the second power-play unit with the return of Thomas Chabot on Sunday. Sanderson's offense may take a slight hit going forward, but he's still in a top-four role at even strength. He's up to 20 points, 60 shots on net, 70 blocked shots and a plus-1 rating through 33 outings overall.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Contributes two helpers

    Sanderson produced a pair of assists and blocked five shots in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Coyotes. Sanderson helped out on goals by Angus Crookshank and Josh Norris in the first period. This was Sanderson's first multi-point game since Nov. 16 -- in the 12 contests in between, he had just one goal and two assists. The defenseman is up to 17 points (five on the power play), 51 shots on net, 57 blocked shots and a plus-2 rating through 27 outings overall.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Two-point effort in OT win

    Sanderson scored a goal and delivered an assist in Thursday's 5-4 overtime win over the Red Wings. After lighting the lamp himself midway through the first period, Sanderson initiated the wild scramble in the Detroit end that led to Tim Stutzle's OT winner with just two seconds left on the clock. Sanderson continues to look far more seasoned than a 21-year-old blueliner in his second NHL season should, and through 14 games the fifth overall pick in the 2020 Draft has racked up four goals and 12 points with 26 shots on net, 23 blocked shots, seven hits, four PIM and an even plus-minus rating.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Stays hot in Saturday's loss

    Sanderson scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Red Wings. The 21-year-old blueliner has come flying out of the gate in his second NHL season, piling up three goals and six points in five games. Sanderson's hot start has allowed him to rocket past Thomas Chabot and Jakob Chychrun to take over point duties on the Senators' first power-play unit. The eight-year, $64 million contract extension Sanderson signed in September is proof of the amount of faith the team has in him, and he has rewarded the Senators in return.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Collects two points Wednesday

    Sanderson scored a goal, recorded an assist, blocked two shots and added two PIM in Wednesday's 6-1 win over the Capitals. Sanderson got on the scoresheet for the third straight game, and this was his second multi-point effort of the campaign. He's at two goals, three assists, five shots on net, five blocked shots and a plus-3 rating through four contests. His defense partner, Artem Zub, left the game with an upper-body injury. Sanderson has been working on the second pairing, and he was elevated to the first power-play unit over Thomas Chabot for Wednesday's game.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Commits long term in Ottawa

    Sanderson signed an eight-year, $64.4 million contract extension with the Senators on Wednesday. Sanderson is entering the final year of his entry-level contract, so his new deal won't kick in until 2024-25. It didn't take long for the Senators to sign the Montana native to a long-term deal after he posted four goals and 28 assists over 77 contests as a rookie last season. Sanderson is now officially a core part of the Senators' defense, alongside Thomas Chabot and Artem Zub. Jakob Chychrun could also be in that mix if he stays with the team beyond the expiration of his current contract at the end of next season. Expect Sanderson to see top-four minutes and some power-play time in 2023-24.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Crafts two assists in big win

    Sanderson supplied a pair of assists to complement a plus-4 rating in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Lightning. This was the best game of Sanderson's rookie campaign. The fifth overall pick from 2020 -- who also had four shots on goal -- upped his total to 27 assists and 31 points through 75 contests. His latest pair of apples took place at even strength, but Sanderson has 16 total points on the power play as a sign that he's going to rapidly mature into an elite blue-line talent.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Logs helper Thursday

    Sanderson produced an assist, three shots on goal, two blocked shots and a minus-2 rating in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Kraken. Claude Giroux stole the puck in the corner and fed Sanderson, who then passed to Alex DeBrincat on the game-winning goal. Over his last three games, Sanderson has three helpers -- his ice time has dipped a bit, but he's not being too negatively impacted by the addition of Jakob Chychrun. Sanderson is up to 25 points, 93 shots on net, 100 blocked shots and a minus-1 rating through 59 outings overall.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Scores power-play tally Monday

    Sanderson scored a goal on two shots in Monday's 6-2 win over the Red Wings. Sanderson got Ottawa on the board early in the second period, evening the score 1-1 with a power-play marker from the point. The rookie defenseman is up to two four goals, two on the power play, and 18 assists through 54 games this season. He's added 29 hits, 92 blocked shots, and a minus-2 rating.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Could play Friday

    Sanderson (upper body) could return to action as soon as Friday versus Carolina, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanderson will start taking contact during Thursday's practice before a decision is made regarding his status for Friday's contest. The 20-year-old rookie defender has collected three goals, 21 points, 85 shots and 88 blocks through 51 games this season.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Shifts to IR

    Sanderson (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Monday, per CapFriendly. Sanderson is slated to be out of action for two weeks after getting hurt Saturday against Edmonton. He has three goals, 18 assists, 85 shots on net and 88 blocks in 51 games this season. Nikita Zaitsev will draw back in for the Senators on Monday against Calgary.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Sets up goal in big win

    Sanderson delivered a power-play assist to complement a plus-3 rating in Friday's 6-2 win over the Maple Leafs. Ottawa used its fifth overall pick on Sanderson in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, and we're already seeing nice returns from the UND product. Sanderson has two goals and 17 assists -- including a goal and nine helpers on the man advantage -- through 48 games. While he should already be on dynasty rosters, more experience figures to put Sanderson squarely on the map for redraft leagues starting in 2023-24.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Finds back of net

    Sanderson scored his second goal of the season in a 4-3 overtime win over Washington on Thursday. Sanderson was the highest drafted defenseman in 2020, going fifth overall, so his ceiling is quite high. The rookie has 13 points in 35 games this season, as well as 59 blocked shots.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: On track to play

    Per TSN Sports' Claire Hanna, Sanderson (upper body) was a full participant at morning skate, putting him on track to play Tuesday versus Boston. Sanderson exited Thursday's loss to Washington after taking a puck up high, but he skated on the second pairing and the second power-play unit during morning practice, putting him on track to suit up against the Bruins. Sanderson's picked up 12 points while averaging 20:48 of ice time through 33 games this season.
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