Max Reinhart

#25C,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190
Born:
Birth Place: North Vancouver, British Columbia
Draft: 2010 3rd round (64th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Sens, Dzingel avoid arbitration with 2-year deal
    ESPN.com

    Sens, Dzingel avoid arbitration with 2-year deal

    ESPN.com news services The Ottawa Senators and center Ryan Dzingel agreed to a two-year contract on Friday, avoiding an arbitration hearing. Dzingel's contract has an average annual value of $1.8 million, the team announced. Dzingel, 25, scored 14 goals and had 18 assists in 2016-17, his first full NHL season. The sides reached agreement on the contract shortly before Friday's arbitration hearing was scheduled to begin. "We met at 8:55 a.m. and the process went on for about an hour of negotiations where they went in their corner and we went in our corner and we got something done around 10:05-10:10 a.m. Ryan was the one that came over and shook our hands and was really happy that we've invested

  • #Habs Headlines: The new-look Canadiens, Shaw weighs in on the hotdog debate, & more
    Eyes On The Prize

    #Habs Headlines: The new-look Canadiens, Shaw weighs in on the hotdog debate, & more

    Here are your daily links, including Marc Bergevin’s busy summer, and Joni Ikonen officially moving to the Liiga.

  • Senators re-sign Dzingel to two-year, $3.6M deal
    Silver Seven

    Senators re-sign Dzingel to two-year, $3.6M deal

    According to reports on Twitter from Tim Wharnsby, the Ottawa Senators and Ryan Dzingel have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension worth $3.6M. As Wharnsby reported, the first year will be worth $1.5M and the second worth $2.1M, so the deal will carry an AAV of $1.8M. With this deal and the recently-signed extension for Jean-Gabriel Pageau, the Senators have completely avoided arbitration this year. According to reports, the Sens had offered $1M on a one-year deal and Dzingel had requested $1.95M, so the AAV is much closer to the player’s ask than the team’s offer—but Ottawa benefits from a second year on the deal. Last year was Dzingel’s first full season in the NHL, and he managed