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Why St. Louis Blues, Ottawa Senators goalie deal may be a bad break for Ben Bishop

Earlier today the St. Louis Blues, did the nice thing and shipped out goaltender prospect Ben Bishop to the Ottawa Senators for a second-round draft pick next year. Bishop has been the anchor of the Peoria Rivermen in the American Hockey League this season. They’re currently eighth in the Western Conference. Bishop, who is among the goalie leaders in the AHL, holds...

Bishop to Ottawa—first move in the goalie market?

Ben Bishop went to the Ottawa Senators, who signed him to a one year, on-way contract, ending any speculation that Bishop would become a Group VI UFA on July 1 this year. The 6ft 7 Bishop spent most of the season with the Peoria Rivermen of the AHL, after losing out a starting role with the St Louis Blues. This settles the Blues immediate goaltending future, and give Ottawa a...

Blues Send Goalie Ben Bishop To Ottawa

via John Shannon tweet, As per @SunGarrioch, the Blues have indeed traded Ben Bishop to Ottawa note:  I would have pointed to Garrioch, but for some reason he has blocked me. added 11:33am, via Elliotte Friedman tweet, Bishop must play at least 30 minutes in 17 games, or he will be unrestricted. Even if he doesn’t re-sign, worthy move for Bryan Murray. added 11:36am, via Jeremy...

Senators acquire G Bishop from Blues

The Ottawa Sentors acquired minor league goaltender Ben Bishop from the St. Louis Blues Sunday morning.The Senators, who are without injured top goaltender Craig Anderson, traded a second-round pick in 2013 to the Blues for the 6-foot-7 Bishop. He’s been bumped down the Blues' depth chart after the emergence of Brian Elliot, who is sharing starts with Jaroslav Halak.Anderson...

Bulletin: Senators acquire goaltender Ben Bishop from St. Louis for a second-round draft pick

OTTAWA - Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced today the club has acquired goaltender Ben Bishop from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Ottawa’s second-round draft pick in the 2013 National Hockey League Entry Draft. Bi...

Do The Blues Need More Offensive Talent?

from Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, After parting with goaltender Ben Bishop on Sunday, the budget-conscious Blues aren’t expected to make any significant moves before today’s NHL trading deadline, but it remains possible that general manager Doug Armstrong could make dollar-for-dollar deals to bolster the injury-riddled roster. “I have a clear understanding...

Senators Acquire Goaltender Ben Bishop

Having devoted some digital ink to benefits of bringing in Josh Harding as free agent last summer -- Harding ultimately re-signed with Minnesota before July 1st -- I was planning on penning an article to stress the point that the Senators should avoid the trade market for a back up goaltender.Don't get me wrong, having watched Alex Auld's performance last night and with there...

Source: Senators get goalie Bishop from Blues

With No. 1 netminder Craig Anderson out of action after slicing his hand in a kitchen mishap, the Ottawa Senators moved to fill that gap by acquiring minor league netminder Ben Bishop from the St. Louis Blues, a source confirmed to on Sunday.

Senators acquire 6-foot-7 goalie Ben Bishop from St. Louis for 2nd-round draft pick

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Ben Bishop trade gives Ottawa Senators goalie for the stretch run

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