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Claude Giroux

Claude Giroux

#28RW,
G
21
A
44
Pts
65
+/-
-5
PPP
23
SOG
205
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/185 lbs
Born: Hearst, Canada
Draft: 2006 1st round (22nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Hockey Writers

    Senators' Top 3 Player Contracts Assessed

    Moreover, there is potential for Tkachuk’s deal to be of better value in its second half, so the team is in line to receive a double whammy benefit in the years ahead, with the salary cap likely to rise and their captain set to improve his offensive production. I’m just super happy to be here, super happy to be back in Ottawa,” Tkachuk told reporters shortly after signing his extension. It’s kind of a crazy day, and just words can’t really express how happy and excited I am to be back.

  • The Hockey Writers

    3 Potential Landing Spots for Tyler Ennis

    Thus, adding another decent forward like Ennis could be beneficial. When looking at the Senators’ lineup, one could argue that Ennis has the potential to compete for a spot in their bottom six. His versatility allows him to play all three forward positions, so he also would work smoothly as the club’s 13th forward.

  • Silver Seven

    Five Thoughts For Friday: The Path to the Play-offs, Kyle Turris' Retirement, Cap Shedding Maneuvers

    A 27-point gap between the two teams seems like a really big climb in theory, but if we look at it another way, the Capitals won 44 of their 82 games last year, which seems doable for a team like the Senators that have improved significantly this offseason. Keeping the Flame Lit It was reported yesterday that the Calgary Flames signed forward Nazem Kadri, who had 87 points in 71 games with the Colorado Avalanche last season, to a seven-year deal worth $7M annually.