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Ales Hemsky, seen here, was traded to the Ottawa Senators (photo courtesy of Getty Images)
It’s looking like Ales Hemsky of the Edmonton Oilers just might have found a new home.
According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the former 1st round pick in 2001 is on his way to the Ottawa Senators for picks.
Hearing EDM’s Ales Hemsky is going to OTT for picks. No official confirmation or details just yet.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 5, 2014
And as of 12:20 pm Alex Hemsky is now an Ottawa Senator.
Hemsky to OTT is done.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 5, 2014
Reports coming from Bobby Mac is that the Oilers will receive a 3rd in 2015 and a 5th round pick in 2014 in exchange for the Pardubice, Czech Republic native, who’s been bogged down in the mud in Edmonton, and joins a Senators team that watched this same Ales Hemsky score two goals.
With Hemsky, the Senators receive another scoring asset who’ll help out guys like Jason Spezza and Milan Michalek, but have to wonder how healthy will he be, having been subject to a few knee injuries. The Oilers who continue to rebuild.
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Viktor Fasth to Edmonton also a done deal.
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) March 4, 2014
The details of compensation are forthcoming.
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Ales Hemsky goes out(?) with a bang