ESPN’s Corey Pronman revisited (note: paywall) a number of his prospect evaluations and shed some light on a number of prospects who have exceeded his expectations this season.
One of those prospects was the Senators’ Curtis Lazar – a player who Pronman had ranked outside his top 100 drafted prospects list in the offseason.
At the time, I was worried about Lazar'...
Whether it was a manager or a fan, anyone who watched Curtis Lazar's performance for Canada at the World Juniors assuredly came away from the experience impressed with how well Lazar fared.
By extension, Lazar's also enjoyed an excellent first half of his Western Hockey League season. In 30 games with the Edmonton Oil Kings, Lazar has tallied 22 goals and 41 points...
Following the conclusion of the World Junior Hockey Championship (WJHC), it was only a matter of time before the Senators' Director of Player Personnel, Pierre Dorion, made an appearance on TSN 1200's In the Box to discuss the tournament and a number of the team's prospects.
As always, my thoughts are in bold.
On the three prospects that you have...
Connor McDavid and Curtis Lazar scored in a 2:19 span in the third period and Canada beat the United States 3-2 on Tuesday to win Group A in the world junior hockey tournament.
Nic Petan also scored for Canada (3-0-1), and Zach Fucale made 24 saves. Canada will face Switzerland - fourth in Group B - in the quarterfinals Thursday.
Miami of Ohio's Riley Barber and New Jersey...
Via AP on Fox
December 31, 2013
Curtis Lazar’s game-winner at 6:13 in the third period, and Zachary Fucale’s twenty-four saves led Team Canada to a 3-2 win against their neighbors south of the border Tuesday. Canada had a rough start to game, being dominated in puck possession and outshot 13-6 after the first period. Team USA could not get a puck past Fucale, who was awarded [...]
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...
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...