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Jan 27, 2023 0 1 3 3
Jan 25, 2023 0 2 0 1 6
Jan 21, 2023 0 0 0 3
Jan 20, 2023 0 0 -1 3 -1
Jan 18, 2023 0 0 -1 3 -1

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2022 5427 2 16 18 -7 21:14
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Bags two apples in win

    Sanderson dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Islanders. Sanderson played a role in both of Ottawa's goals. The rookie blueliner has sandwiched a five-game point drought between two-assist efforts, but you have to go back to Nov. 16 to find Sanderson's previous multi-point performance before this pair in January.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Contributes two helpers

    Sanderson logged a pair of assists in Thursday's 5-3 win over the Coyotes. This was Sanderson's third multi-point effort of the season. The 20-year-old defenseman has picked up a goal and three helpers over eight games since the holiday break as he continues to log top-four minutes. He's at two goals, 14 helpers, eight power-play points, 64 shots on net, 69 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating through 41 contests as a rookie.
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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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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Dealing with injury

    Sanderson (upper body) was hit up high by a puck and didn't return to Thursday's game versus the Capitals, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. Head coach D.J. Smith didn't provide an update on Sanderson after the contest. The defenseman played 15:55 in the game, recording one blocked shot. It's unclear if he'll be ready to play in time for the Senators' next game Tuesday versus the Bruins.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Offers helper

    Sanderson produced an assist, three shots on goal and four blocked shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Stars. Sanderson snapped a five-game point drought with a helper on defense partner Travis Hamonic's third-period tally. As a 20-year-old rookie blueliner, there's bound to be some ups and downs in Sanderson's game, though he's too talented to stay quiet for long. The American has a goal, 11 assists, 47 shots on net, 40 blocked shots and a plus-1 rating in 26 contests overall.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Nets first goal on power play

    Sanderson scored a power-play goal on two shots and blocked three shots in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Golden Knights. While the end result wasn't in the Senators' favor, Sanderson will likely remember this game for a long time. His first career goal came in the final minute of the first period on a shot that deflected into the net. The 20-year-old defenseman has looked right at home in a top-four role, logging 10 points, 34 shots on net, 30 blocked shots and a plus-4 rating through 19 appearances. With Thomas Chabot (concussion) activated from injured reserve Wednesday, it wouldn't be surprising to see Sanderson's role reduced slightly, though he's earned a spot in the Senators' top four.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Good to go

    Sanderson (face) is good to go Saturday against Arizona, TSN TSN 1200 Ottawa. Senators coach D.J. Smith said there wouldn't be any lineup changes for Saturday's afternoon clash with the Coyotes. Sanderson's lip required 15 stitches after he took a stick to the face Thursday night. The 20-year-old rookie defenseman has one assist, three shots on goal, four blocks and six hits in four games this campaign. Sanderson has averaged 19:43 of ice time so far.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Undergoing X-ray

    Sanderson will undergo an X-ray on Friday to ensure he didn't suffer any further damage after taking a stick to the mouth during Thursday's win over the Capitals, Ian Mendes of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports. Sanderson required 15 stitches to close the gash in his lip after taking a stick to the face Thursday, and the Senators clearly want to make sure that their top defensive prospect didn't suffer any further damage before clearing him to play Saturday against Arizona. An update on the 2020 fifth overall pick should surface prior to puck drop versus the Coyotes.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Gets first point in NHL career

    Sanderson picked up his first career point Saturday in a 3-2 loss to Toronto. Sanderson drew the secondary assist on Shane Pinto's power-play goal to give Ottawa a 1-0 lead. Sanderson was the first defenseman drafted in 2020, going fifth overall. He had eight goals and 26 points in 23 games for the University of North Dakota last season and should be in line for 35-40 points in his rookie season.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Will play with veteran defenseman

    Sanderson will start his NHL career paired with a veteran defenseman, per Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen. Sanderson was drafted fifth overall in 2020 and should be a top-four defenseman to start his NHL career. Travis Hamonic is getting the first shot to pair with Sanderson and if the two do not click, then Nick Holden could be next in line. Sanderson is a special talent with plenty of offensive upside, as he managed eight goals and 26 points in 23 games for the University of North Dakota as a sophomore last season.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Will be ready for development camp

    Sanderson (hand) will be ready for the Senators' development camp in September, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanderson wasn't able to make his NHL debut this year due to a hand injury, but the fifth overall pick from the 2020 Entry Draft will be ready for Ottawa's development camp, and he'll presumably attend the Senators' training camp shortly thereafter. Sanderson racked up 26 points through 23 appearances with the University of North Dakota in 2021-22.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Not expected to debut this season

    Sanderson, who's dealing with a hand injury, isn't expected to be ready to make his NHL debut before the end of the season, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanderson will almost certainly have to wait for the 2022-23 campaign to make his NHL debut. The fifth overall pick from the 2020 Entry Draft racked up 26 points through 23 appearances with the University of North Dakota this year.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Inks entry-level contract

    Sanderson (hand) signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Senators on Sunday. Ottawa's optimistic that Sanderson will heal up from hand surgery in time to make his NHL debut down the stretch this season. Even if he fails to do so, the 19-year-old defenseman will get an opportunity to compete for a spot with the big club in training camp next season. The Montana native was selected fifth overall in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, so he's not expected to need much AHL seasoning and could make the jump straight to the NHL once healthy.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Expected in NHL next season

    Sanderson is expected to make the NHL roster for the 2022-23 campaign according to general manager Pierre Dorian, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanderson racked up 26 points in 23 games for the University of North Dakota this season. The 2020 fifth-overall pick will need to sign an entry-level deal before he can link up with the Senators, something that could happen whenever the Fighting Hawks' season concludes.
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  • Senators' Jake Sanderson: Fast start to NCAA season

    Sanderson has racked up two goals and four points through four games with the University of North Dakota this season. The Senators selected Sanderson with the fifth overall pick in the 2020 Entry Draft, and it wouldn't be surprising to see the 19-year-old blueliner sign his entry-level deal following the conclusion of this year's NCAA season. The 6-foot-2 lefty could get a brief audition with the big club this season, but it wouldn't be surprising to see the Senators send him to AHL Belleville after a few games to avoid burning a year off Sanderson's entry-level contract.
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