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News Release: #Sens re-sign forward Erik Condra to a two-year contract: http://t.co/ftqp8JwHPN
— Ottawa Senators (@NHL_Sens) July 12, 2013
The first year of Condra’s deal will be worth $1.2 million and his second year will be worth $1.3 million. It’s a marked increase from the $600,000 and $650,000 salaries that he made in the last two years of his expired contract. Condra is a weird player when looking for comparables, in that he's a winger, doesn't score much, and is among the leaders in shorthanded ice-time per game while playing around 13-14 minutes a night. Former Senator Patrick Eaves ticks all those boxes and got a three-year deal from Detroit in 2011 at $1.2 million per. He was 26 at the time, the same age as Condra is now, though it should be said he was UFA.
Condra’s cap hit makes him the ninth highest paid forward on the team and with Colin Greening and Cory Conacher eligible for extensions, it’s probably only a matter of time before they surpass him a...
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The Ottawa Senators have re-signed Erik Condra to a two-year deal, avoiding arbitration with the restricted free-agent forward.
Condra's deal is worth $2.5 million, and he'll count $1.25 million against Ottawa's salary cap.
Condra played all 48 games last year for the Senators, providing some consistency during an injury-plagued season. He had four goals and eight assists...
The Ottawa Senators have re-signed forward Erik Condra to a two-year contract worth $2.25M. The Senators drafted Condra with the 211th overall pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. After a very successful college career, the Senators assigned Condra to their AHL affiliate, the Binghamton Senators for the 2009–10 season. In his first professional season, Condra had 11...
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Bryan Murray signed Erik Condra to a two-year, $1.25MM AAV contract extension on Friday afternoon. The extension avoids an arbitration I was rather looking forward to. We hear often how contentious these hearings can be, and I think Condra's would've been particularly hilarious. Team argument something along the lines of, "...
The Senators' 2013 Development Camp has come to a close, so it was only a matter of time before Randy Lee, the team's Director of Player Development and Hockey Operations, was featured in a radio interview on the Team 1200. To listen to the full interview, click here or you can stream it via the embedded audio at the bottom of the page.
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