Ottawa Senators

5th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    230 GF
  • Goals Against
    241 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    75.8 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    892 PIM
  • Red Wings, DeKeyser settle on six-year, $30 million contract
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    Red Wings, DeKeyser settle on six-year, $30 million contract

    Cancel Danny DeKeyser‘s arbitration hearing on Thursday; it won’t be required. DeKeyser has agreed on a six-year, $30 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings. The 26-year-old defenseman is now locked up through 2021-22. Next up for GM Ken Holland is goalie Petr Mrazek‘s arbitration hearing tomorrow. That hearing, which came at the club’s request, may actually be necessary. DeKeyser’s deal, on the other hand, always seemed like it would be the easier of the two to get done via negotiation. “The player and the club both know what the range would be on a one-year deal,” Holland said recently, per the Detroit Free Press. “We continue to have conversation on a longer-term deal. I’m comfortable

  • What If All Teams Had To Keep Their Drafted Players?
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    What If All Teams Had To Keep Their Drafted Players?

    Let's imagine a different hockey world. A world in which trades, free agency, buyouts, and waivers do not exist. In this NHL, once a player is drafted by a certain team, he stays with them for the entirety of his career (unless he leaves the league). For simplicity's sake, there is no such thing as a college free agent signing either. I saw this concept in the winter on an MLB blog, and the results will always be quite interesting, no matter what sport it is. There are some teams like the San Jose Sharks that have relied on very good trades that got them Joe Thornton, Brent Burns, and Martin Jones, and other teams like the Pittsburgh Penguins who were lucky enough to get Sidney Crosby, Evgeni