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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
TB 62-16-4 128
BOS 49-24-9 107
TOR 46-28-8 100
MON 44-30-8 96
FLA 36-32-14 86
BUF 33-39-10 76
DET 32-40-10 74
OTT 29-47-6 64

Top Senators News

  • Senators' Colin White: Secures qualifying offer

    White earned a qualifying offer from the Senators on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    White is coming off a solid season in which he racked up 14 goals, 27 assists and 123 shots in 71 outings. The center figures to continue pushing for top-six minutes in 2019-20 and could top his 41-point career high if he can earn a bigger role on the power play. White figures to earn a bridge deal in the area of 3-4 years, though he isn't eligible for arbitration, which could complicate the negotiations.

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  • Senators' Christian Wolanin: Earns qualifying offer

    Wolanin received a qualifying offer from the Senators on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Wolanin played in 30 NHL games this season, in which he tallied four goals, eight assists and three power-play points, and could take on a bigger role in 2019-20. If the blueliner can't agree to a long-term deal, his qualifying offer would earn him $874,125 while remaining two-way in nature. In order to prevent himself from spending time in the minors, the 23-year-old might be willing to take less money on a one-way contract.

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  • Senators' Jack Rodewald: Receives qualifying offer

    Rodewald was issued a qualifying offer by Ottawa on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Rodewald was phenomenal with AHL Belleville this season, as he tallied 23 goals and 24 helpers in 59 appearances. The 25-year-old played in only six games for the Senators in which he failed to register a point while averaging a paltry 7:04 of ice time. Under the terms of his qualifying offer, Rodewald would earn $715,00 on a two-way deal that would allow him to continue playing in both the AHL and NHL.

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  • Senators' Nick Paul: Issued qualifying offer

    Paul was given a qualifying offer by Ottawa on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Paul saw action in just 20 games for the Senators this season, in which he notched one goal, one assist and 30 shots while averaging a mere 8:28 of ice time. The winger would earn a $715,000, two-way deal under the terms of his qualifying offer and figures to continue splitting time between the AHL and NHL next season.

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  • Senators' Cody Ceci: Qualified by team

    Ceci was given a qualifying offer by the Senators on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Ceci is the biggest fish in the Senators' restricted free agent pool and would earn $4.3 million under the terms of his qualifying offer. After putting up seven goals, 19 assists and 132 shots this season, ithe team should want to lock him up for longer term. The move is likely precautionary in order to avoid losing the blueliner in free agency while the two sides work out a more permanent deal.

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  • Senators' Marcus Hogberg: Inks two-year extension

    Hogberg signed a two-year contract extension with the Senators on Wednesday.

    The first year of Hogberg's extension is two-way, but the second year of his new deal is one-way, which suggests the Senators believe he might be ready for backup duties behind Anders Nilsson in 2020-21. However, the 24-year-old Swede will likely spend the entirety of the upcoming campaign continuing to fine tune his craft with AHL Belleville.

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  • Senators' Andreas Englund: Inks one-year extension

    Englund signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Senators on Tuesday.

    Englund spent the majority of the 2018-19 campaign with AHL Belleville, notching three goals and 14 points while posting a plus-7 rating in 68 games. The 23-year-old blueliner will likely once again stick with the Senators' minor-league affiliate for most of the 2019-20 season, so there's no reason for fantasy owners to keep tabs on his status.

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  • Senators' Anthony Duclair: Re-ups with club

    Duclair inked a one-year, $1.65 million contract extension with Ottawa on Monday.

    Duclair is already playing for his fifth NHL team in his five-year career, but appears to have found a home with the Senators. In 21 appearances for the club, the winger notched eight goals, six helpers and 40 shots while averaging 13:41 of ice time. If the 23-year-old can put together a strong training camp, he figures to cement himself in the top six this upcoming season, as well as being a factor on the power play.

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  • Senators' Morgan Klimchuk: Re-ups with club

    Klimchuk signed a one-year, two-way contract with Ottawa on Thursday.

    Klimchuk was traded twice during the 2018-19 season, but he was still unable to break into the NHL. The winger played for AHL Stockton, Toronto and Belleville, between which he tallied nine goals, six helpers and 33 PIM in 38 appearances. Drafted by the Flames with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, the 24-year-old has only managed to break into one NHL game. Klimchuk will likely continue to split his time between leagues for the upcoming campaign.

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  • Senators' Nick Ebert: Returning to North America

    Ebert signed a one-year, two-way contract with Ottawa on Monday.

    After three seasons toiling in the AHL following his junior career, Ebert made the move overseas for the last two years. Playing in Sweden in 2018-19, the blueliner racked up 11 goals and 22 helpers in 49 appearances. The 25-year-old could push for a spot on the 23-man roster during training camp, but will likely start the year in the minors.

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  • Senators' Anders Nilsson: Re-signs with club

    Nilsson agreed to terms on a two-year, $5.2 million contract with Ottawa on Wednesday.

    Nilsson was acquired by the Senators from the Canucks last season and went on to post an 11-11-0 record with two shutouts and a 2.90 GAA in 24 outings for Ottawa. At times, it appeared Nilsson surpassed Craig Anderson as the No. 1 option between the pipes, but new head coach D.J. Smith will likely face a difficult decision during training camp about who to go with for Opening Night.

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  • Senators' Joshua Norris: Inks entry-level deal

    Norris signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Ottawa, the club announced Monday.

    Norris was acquired at the beginning of the 2018-19 season, in the deal that saw Sens captain Erik Karlsson shipped to San Jose. The 19-year-old is coming off a sophomore campaign at the University of Michigan that featured 10 goals and nine assists in 17 contests. Fans in Ottawa should get their first look at Norris in a Senators uniform this summer when the youngster participates in the team's summer development camp, scheduled to commence on June 25. Norris is coming off an injury and therefore could be limited in the early stages of camp.

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  • Senators' Thomas Chabot: Registers three shots versus Finland

    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.

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  • Senators' Olle Alsing: Inks entry-level deal

    Alsing signed a two-year, entry-level contract with the Senators on Friday.

    Alsing spent the 2018-19 campaign with Djurgardens IF of the SHL in his native Sweden, notching four goals and 15 points while posting an impressive plus-26 rating in 49 games. The 23-year-old blueliner will need some time to adapt to the North American brand of hockey, so he'll almost certainly spend the majority of the 2019-20 season in the minors.

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  • Senators' Anthony Duclair: Shows interest in returning

    Duclair, a restricted free agent, wants to return to the Senators next season, the Ottawa Sun reports.

    Duclair proved a useful piece in Ottawa, notching 14 points in 21 games following his acquisition from Columbus. Should he return to Ottawa, the 23-year-old wing would be in position to produce decent numbers, as he'd be one of the few experienced scoring options in Canada's capital.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.94
(17th)
3.65
(31st)
20.4
(13th)