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Claude Giroux

Claude Giroux

#28RW,
G
35
A
44
Pts
79
+/-
4
PPP
24
SOG
214
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/190 lbs
Born: Hearst, Canada
Draft: 2006 1st round (22nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Winnipeg Free Press

    Giroux leads Senators to 3-1 win over Jets

    With the Ottawa Senators and Winnipeg Jets hitting the halfway mark of the NHL pre-season, time is running short for players to make an impression. The Senators improved to 3-1-0 following their 3-1 win over the Jets Friday night, and there was enough for coach D.J. Smith to like. Claude Giroux' second period goal held up as the winner and Vladimir Tarasenko had an empty-net goal, but both of them were already counted on to score goals. Seeing Roby Järventie pick up his second of the pre-season and watching goaltender Kevin Mandolese stop all 19 shots he faced, and Leevi Merilainen giving up one goal on 16 shots, was more likely to catch Smith's attention.

  • montrealgazette

    Anxiety, excitement build as Ottawa Senators open training camp

    The first day of the first training camp for Claude Giroux seems so distant, so long ago, way more than the average career lifespan of a professional hockey player. Plenty has changed since the Philadelphia Flyers made him a first-round selection in the 2006 National Hockey League draft (22nd overall). This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Top 10 Senators Players to Draft in Fantasy Hockey 2023-24

    Now that the Ottawa Senators have grown into a much better team than in recent seasons, there are many names worth taking a look at to select for your fantasy hockey team. Whether it's a points league or head-to-head, these players bring plenty of value to the table and should be on a roster by the end of your draft. Goals, assists, points, hits, shots, shots blocked, and faceoffs won are the main stats utilized for skaters, while wins, goals-against average (GAA), save percentage (SV%), and shutouts are the goaltending stats we'll refer to. Brady Tkachuk is one of the most valuable players in fantasy hockey.