Found September 17, 2013 on
The Ottawa Senators announced the signing of 2013 first rounder Curtis Lazar to an Entry Level Contract.
From the Club's official release:
The 6-0, 196-pound centre has recorded 93 points (58 goals, 35 assists) and 103 penalty minutes over 141 career WHL contests, all of which have occurred with the Oil Kings. He has also registered 18 goals and 13 assists over 46 career WHL post-season games.
Lazar recently attended Team Canada’s national junior development camp which was held in early August in Montreal and Lake Placid, N.Y. He has previous international experience in having helped Canada win the Ivan Hlinka tournament after recording three goals and one assist over five games in the summer of 2012.
(More from the Senators' Official Site)
Continue reading "Senators Sign 2013 1st Rounder Curtis Lazar"
BEST OF MAXIM
Photo via the Senators' Website
Look at Randy Lee!
Compared to previous photographs that capture either Tim Murray or Bryan Murray inking a prospect or player, Randy Lee will actually crack a smile.
He can smile for good reason too. Not only Charles James Robinson III is producing at a ridiculously sustainable rate through the team's first two exhibition games...
Ottawa Senators' GM spoke with the Team 1200 Ottawa about the team's new (post-Alfredsson) leadership group, and in particular the 8th Captain in the modern history of the franchise, Jason Spezza.
Murray revealed that he asked Spezza some important questions that he needed to get answers to before he was given the captaincy. No doubt this would include fishing...
Bobby Ryan scored the winning goal on Sunday night in the Ottawa Senators' 3-1 preseason victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
Ryan, acquired in an offseason trade with the Anaheim Ducks, scored 26 seconds into the second period to give Ottawa a 2-0 lead.
New captain Jason Spezza added an assist, and Milan Michalek had a goal and added. Defenseman Erik Karlsson had two assists, and...
Buddy Robinson scored for the second straight night, and the Ottawa Senators earned a 4-2 preseason victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday.
Enthusiastic fans in Saskatoon were decked out in the jerseys of their favorite stars such as like former Flames captain Jarome Iginla and Senators forward Jason Spezza, but the game featured young players trying to make the teams instead...
Going into the first pre-season game of the year, Ottawa Senators' fans had a few questions. Two of the most pressing questions are whether or not Erik Karlsson will be able to fully recover from having his Achilles' tendon partially severed by the skate blade of Matt Cooke and return to Norris Trophy form. Another was whether the newly acquired Bobby Ryan would be able to...
We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects.
Today, we take a look at the Ottawa Senators.
By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh)
2013 Season: 25-17-6, 56 pts (4th in Northeast Division, 7th in Eastern Conference)
Alfredsson was apparently half way out the door after this handshake. (Gregory Shamus/Getty...
As a hockey news source, ESPN has some utility. Pierre Lebrun is generally regarded as one of the best in the business and occasionally, Craig Custance will put out some Sens-centric piece that is worthy of a read and with the addition of Corey Pronman as a full-time prospect evaluator is invaluable in itself, there is some value to be had investing in an ESPN Insider’s account…...
The Senators' big producers started the pre-season with a bang as did one of their big prospects.
New sniper Bobby Ryan Milan Michalek and 6-foot-5 235-pound rookie Buddy Robinson scored the Ottawa goals in a 3-1 win over the Jets at a jam-packed but mostly quiet MTS Centre Sunday night.
Erik Karlsson showed Norris Trophy form and added two assists while Michalek also had a...
All things being equal the Senators will have to give the vacant second line winger job to Mike Hoffman.
He’s the only one of those currently battling for the spot who would need to clear waivers if they tried to send him to Binghamton. After all they’ve invested in Hoffman — as well as the offensive potential and speed he has — the Senators would be wrong to risk losing...