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The 6th Sens:
Having recently signed goaltender Nathan Lawson, today the Senators put one of the finishing touches on the Binghamton roster by agreeing to terms with restricted free agent defenceman Eric Gryba. The organization announced that it is a two-way, two-year deal. Financial terms of the deal were not revealed but it should be expected that his new contract will feature raises on the AHL and NHL salaries that were part of his entry-level contract. Per Capgeek, the last year of his ELC called for him to be paid an AHL salary of $62,500 and a NHL salary of $585,000. Having played in two full seasons in Bingo, the 2006 third round pick (68th overall) has yet to play in an actual NHL game. With a full assortment of defencemen at the NHL level and prospects like Mark Borowiecki and Patrick Wiercioch ahead of him on the depth chart, it's not expected that he'll vie for a spot in training camp. (And hell, if you buy into Tim Murray's spin on the Andre Benoit signing, Gryba's slo...
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The Ottawa Senators re-signed forward Jim O'Brien and defenseman Eric Gryba to two-year contracts Wednesday.
O'Brien, the Senators' first-round pick - 29th overall - in 2007 - was recalled from Binghamton of the AHL in February and became a reliable player for Ottawa coach Paul MacLean. The 23-year-old had three goals and three assists in 28 games and one assist in the...
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SinceÂ approximately 75 percent of voters said they enjoyed the flashback on here, I figured I would put together another one.
With a 50-17-5 record, the Ottawa Senators were feared by many teams in the league, and for good reason. The Sens had arguably the scariest and most dangerous line in the league with Daniel Alfredsson, Dany Heatley and Jason Spezza.
Coming into this...