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The agent for restricted free-agent defenceman Jared Cowen says negotiations with the Ottawa Senators will soon pick up pace.
“It’s fine” Rick Valette of Octagon Sports said Wednesday from his office in High River Alta. “(The Senators) went through free agency and they had a lot of things going on. We agreed early in July that we’d wait for a week or three and let things settle out.
“We have talked a couple of times and we are going to move the process along now.”
Cowen 22 was drafted ninth overall by the Senators in 2009 and signed a three-year entry-level contract in February 2010. He played one regular-season game that year but was returned to his major-junior team the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League for 2010-11.
He cracked Ottawa’s roster and played all 82 games in 2011-12 but missed most of the lockout-shortened 2013 season following surgery to repair a hip labrum that had been torn in a game with the American Hockey League’s Binghamton Senators. He rejoined the...
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The Ottawa Senators announced today that the club has signed free-agent forward Ludwig Karlsson to a two-year entry-level contract.
Karlsson has spent the past two seasons with the Northeastern University Huskies (Hockey East – Division I NCAA) where he has recorded 34 points (15 goals 19 assists) in 49 career games.
The 6-3 200-pound native of Stockholm Sweden was limited to...
Totally missed this from a few weeks ago, but in seeing Hockey Prospectus’ Corey Pronman update each NHL team’s top ten prospects, I looked back and noticed that he had already posted his organizational rankings for the 30 NHL teams.
Whenever some third party evaluator grades and ranks the teams within the NHL, it creates a hotbed of discussion that usually culminates with...
Hearing that Ludwig Karlsson -- who just left Northeastern University -- is going to sign with the Ottawa Senators
— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 25, 2013
Using the ErikKarlsson principal this guy is going to be incredible...but there is a school who prefer the MatthiasKarlsson principle which projects a much less optimistic outcome.
Who has it right? Only...