Chabot (illness) agreed to terms on an eight-year, $64 million contract extension with Ottawa on Wednesday.
Chabot set career highs in goals (14), assists (41) and shots (185) last season in his breakout campaign. The 21-year-old figures to continue carrying the Senators' offense both at even strength and on the power play. The emergence of youngsters Brady Tkachuk and Colin White will only serve to bolster the Senators' attack and help Chabot improve upon his already phenomenal numbers.
Chabot won't play in Wednesday's preseason game against the Maple Leafs due to an illness.
It's unclear if Chabot could be able to play if this was a regular-season contest, but the team will take the cautious approach and keep him out of the lineup. In his stead, Hubert Labrie will get the call.
Chabot (foot) recorded three shots and a minus-1 rating for Team Canada in Friday's 3-1 defeat over Finland.
Chabot -- who was dealing with a foot issue at the end of the NHL season -- appears to be no worse for wear and should continue to log heavy minutes for Canada at the 2019 IIHF World Championship. The 21-year-old thrived in the post Erik Karlsson era, setting career highs in goals (14), assists (41) and shots (185). Looking ahead to the 2019-20 campaign, the blueliner figures to continue to push for 50-60 points, giving him top-end fantasy value.
Chabot will need to undergo an MRI on his foot before determining whether he can join Canada for the World Championship, Wayne Scanlan of the Ottawa Citizen reports.
Chabot racked up six points in his previous eight games, so his foot injury clearly wasn't too serious. The defenseman had a breakout season this year, as he racked up 14 goals, 41 helpers and 185 shots while averaging 24:17 of ice time, all of which were career highs. The Quebec native figures to continue featuring as the top-scoring blueliner for Ottawa heading into the 2019-20 campaign and should provide top-end fantasy value.
Chabot picked up a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- in a 4-0 win over Buffalo on Tuesday.
Having played just 64 games in 2018-19, the 22-year-old has dazzled Senators fans to the tune of 52 points and is undeniably a key piece in their team's ongoing rebuild.
Chabot recorded a power-play assist and four shots in Saturday's 4-3 win over Edmonton.
Chabot had missed the four previous games with a toe injury but clearly didn't skip a beat. It was his 63rd game of the year, the same amount he appeared in with Ottawa during the 2017-18 campaign, but he's doubled his point total this year.
Chabot (toe) will slot back into the lineup for Saturday's matchup with Edmonton, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Chabot was able to travel with the team on its three-game road trip with the notion that he could play in the final game against Edmonton, and it appears to be coming to fruition. The Quebec native has missed four games since sustaining a broken toe March 11. Chabot will likely slot back into the top defensive line and will look to add to the 49 points (13 goals, 36 assists) he's scored this season.
Chabot (toe) is joining the team on its three-game road trip and could play against Edmonton on Saturday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Chabot has missed the last two games with this injury and was considered week-to-week starting March 13. Of course, the Senators -- who currently sit in last place in the league with 56 points -- could opt to rest the Quebec native for the last leg of the season. Chabot has reached career highs in his third NHL season, racking up 49 points (13 goals, 46 assists) through 62 games. More information on the blueliner's availability should become available closer to Saturday's puck drop.
Chabot is considered week-to-week moving forward due to a broken toe and hopes to rejoin the action at some point this season, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Chabot has really come into his own offensively in his third year at the NHL level, racking up 13 goals and 36 assists over 62 contests. Unfortunately, there's a chance it may end there if his toe issue doesn't progress quickly. An already subpar Senators squad will be without one of its key contributors for the foreseeable future, so opposing netminders, who have already fared well against the Senators of late, will have a little less firepower to contend with.
Chabot helped set up Filip Chlapik's first goal of the year, but his team fell short in a 3-2 loss to Philadelphia on Monday.
Chabot has just two points since the trade deadline, as he's struggling to find the scoresheet without the Senators' finishers around. Chabot looks like a genuine star of the future and will keep getting better, but for now, he may not be likely to produce at the levels you need over the last month of the season.
Chabot set up a Brian Gibbons goal in the second period of a 5-4 shootout loss to the Islanders on Tuesday.
Chabot's assist was his 35th of the year, but he's only posted two points since Ottawa sold off some of its biggest assets. As good as he's been this season and projects to be for the future, it doesn't look like that's going to continue in the fantasy playoffs, as the Senators' fire sale has left Chabot without finishers around him and dampened his value in 2018-19. The talent is very much there, but the numbers might not be without proven scorers around to finish the job.
Chabot notched a pair of third-period goals, but his team fell short in an 8-7 loss to Chicago on Monday.
Chabot and Brady Tkachuk are about the only major parts of this team that definitely won't be moved at the deadline. The young defenseman has taken some big strides this year and will be one of the main centerpieces the Senators build around as they attempt the long climb back.
Chabot helped set up a Brady Tkachuk goal Thursday, but his team ended up on the short end of a 3-2 outcome against Detroit.
Chabot has compiled a goal and four assists in his past five games, shaking off the rust from a past injury. As long as the Senators remain within the top-15 in scoring, the burgeoning skater should continue hanging in the upper echelon of fantasy blueliners.
Chabot was held off the scoresheet in Saturday's 2-0 loss to Detroit.
Chabot hasn't scored in five straight games, giving him just one assist in six games since his return from injured reserve. The 22-year-old has 39 points and an even rating in his second NHL season while averaging over 24 minutes of ice time.
Chabot recorded a helper in Wednesday's 5-2 victory over Colorado, his first game back from an upper-body issue.
Chabot -- who missed eight games due to his injury -- wasted no time getting back on the scoresheet. The defenseman logged limited minutes (18:20) Wednesday, but should get back into the 20-25 minute per game range once he gets his legs under him. Still at a point-per-game pace, the 21-year-old defender will look to continue his breakout season versus Carolina on Friday.
Chabot (upper body) is no longer listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Fantasy owners will be ecstatic to have Chabot back in their lineups following his lengthy eight-game absence, as he's been extremely productive when healthy this season, racking up 10 goals and 38 points in 38 appearances. The 21-year-old blueliner will return to his usual role skating on the Senators' top pairing and first power-play unit against the Avalanche on Wednesday.
Chabot (upper body) will play Wednesday versus the Avalanche, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Chabot hasn't been activated from injured reserve, but it appears that such a move is imminent for the prized defenseman, who is up to 10 goals and 28 helpers to maintain exactly a point-per-game pace. We'll follow up again once he's officially removed from IR.
Chabot (upper body) is hoping to be available for Wednesday's matchup with the Avalanche, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Chabot will get a few more days to get healthy and will need to be activated off injured reserve in order to suit up. The 21-year-old is having a breakout campaign, as he has racked up 38 points, 45 hits and 68 blocks in 38 contests this season. Look for the blueliner to continue logging big minutes once given the green light to return to the lineup.
Chabot (upper body) has begun skating on his own.
Sidelined for the last three games, Friday's news marks Chabot's first sign of progress in his recovery. He's slated to miss three weeks because of the upper-body issue, but his next step on the recovery path involves rejoining practice on a non-contact basis.
Chabot is on injured reserve with an upper-body injury per the NHL's official media site.
The Senators expect Chabot to miss three weeks with his injury so placing him on IR allows them to call up a replacement for as long as the 21-year-old remains sidelined. This is a huge blow to the Sens back end, while also being a tough pill to swallow for Chabot's owners, who've been rewarded this season with 38 points in 38 games.
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