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  • Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

    Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017

    Ottawa Senators training camp roster for Saturday, Sept. 23 (subject to change) No. Goaltenders Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 1 Condon, Mike G 6-2 197 27 Pittsburgh (NHL), Ottawa (NHL) 30 Hammond, Andrew G 6-2 215 29 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 41 Anderson, Craig G 6-2 187 36 Ottawa (NHL) No. Defencemen Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 5 Ceci, Cody D 6-2 207 23 Ottawa (NHL) 6 Wideman, Chris D 5-10 180 27 Ottawa (NHL) 29 Oduya, Johnny D 6-0 195 35 Dallas (NHL), Chicago (NHL) 58 Lajoie, Maxime D * 6-1 190 19 Swift Current (WHL) 67 Harpur, Ben D 6-6 221 22 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 72 Chabot, Thomas D * 6-2 196 20 Saint John (QMJHL), Ottawa (NHL) 74 Borowiecki, Mark D 6-1 216 28 Ottawa (NHL) No. Forwards Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 9 Ryan, Bobby RW 6-2 204 30 Ottawa (NHL) 10 Pyatt, Tom RW 5-11 185 30 Ottawa (NHL) 15 Smith, Zack LW 6-2 208 29 Ottawa (NHL) 20 Blunden, Mike RW 6-3 217 30 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 22 VandeVelde, Chris C 6-2 190 30 Philadelphia (NHL) 23 Reinhart, Max C 6-1 196 25 Cologne (DEL) 51 Brown, Logan C * 6-6 220 19 Windsor (OHL) 59 Formenton, Alex LW * 6-2 174 18 London (OHL) 61 Stone, Mark RW 6-3 206 25 Ottawa (NHL) 64 Randell, Tyler RW 6-1 198 26 Providence (AHL) 68 Hoffman, Mike LW 6-0 180 27 Ottawa (NHL) 78 Chlapik, Filip C * 6-2 194 20 Charlottetown (QMJHL) 89 McCormick, Max LW 6-0 191 25 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) * participated in Senators rookie camp and tournament. Senators management Senators 2017-18 pre-season schedule Pierre Dorion .......................................... General manager (all times Eastern) Randy Lee ............................... Assistant general manager Monday, Sept. 18, vs. Toronto, 7:30 p.m. Shean Donovan ....................... Player development coach Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. Allison Vaughan ........... Manager of hockey administration Saturday, Sept. 23, vs. Montreal, 7 p.m. Jordan Silmser .............................. Director, team services Monday, Sept. 25, vs. New Jersey, 6 p.m. (Summerside, P.E.I.) Sean McCauley ................ Coordinator, hockey operations Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. Tim Pattyson ...................................... Hockey data analyst Saturday, Sept. 30, at Montreal, 7 p.m. Brian Morris ................... Senior manager, communications Senators coaching and athletic staff Guy Boucher ................................................... Head coach Marc Crawford .......................................... Associate coach Rob Cookson............................................. Assistant coach Martin Raymond ........................................ Assistant coach Pierre Groulx ........................................ Goaltending coach Kristopher Young ............................................ Video coach Gerry Townend........................ Director of sports medicine Domenic Nicoletta .......................... Head athletic therapist Jean-Sebastien Hartell…………Assistant athletic therapist Shawn Markwick ................................... Massage therapist Chris Schwarz ...................................... Conditioning coach Rob Mouland ......................... Assistant conditioning coach John Forget ............................... Head equipment manager Ian Cox ................................ Assistant equipment manager Mike Foley ........................................ Equipment Assistant Alex Menezes ................................... Equipment Assistant

  • Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

    Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017

    REMAINING SENATORS TRAINING CAMP ROSTER * participated in Senators rookie camp and tournament

    No. Goaltenders Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 32 Driedger, Chris G 6-3 210 23 Wichita (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 35 Hogberg, Marcus * G 6-5 216 22 Linköping (SHL), Binghamton (AHL) 70 Taylor, Danny G 6-0 198 31 Zagreb (KHL), Novosibirsk (KHL) No. Defencemen Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 90 Beaudoin, Charles-David *D 6-0 185 23 UQTR (OUA), Tulsa (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL) 46 Burgdoerfer, Erik D 6-1 207 28 Rochester (AHL), Buffalo (NHL) 33 Claesson, Fredrik D 6-1 200 24 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 63 Donaghey, Cody * D 6-1 195 21 Charlottetown (QMJHL), Sherbrooke (QMJHL) 39 Englund, Andreas * D 6-4 210 21 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 80 Erkamps, Macoy * D 5-11 193 22 Wichita (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL) 83 Jaros, Christian * D 6-3 220 21 Luleå (SHL) 65 Karlsson, Erik D 6-0 191 27 Ottawa (NHL) 56 Murray, Jordan * D 6-0 195 24 New Brunswick (AUS), Binghamton (AHL) 2 Phaneuf, Dion D 6-3 219 32 Ottawa (NHL) 50 Sieloff, Patrick D 6-1 207 23 Binghamton (AHL) No. Forwards Pos. Ht. Wt. Age 2016-17 Team(s) 79 Batherson, Drake * RW 6-2 186 19 Cape Breton (QMJHL) 19 Brassard, Derick C 6-1 204 29 Ottawa (NHL) 14 Burrows, Alex RW 6-1 188 36 Vancouver (NHL), Ottawa (NHL) 49 DiDomenico, Chris LW 5-11 185 28 Langnau (Swiss-A), Ottawa (NHL) 62 Dunn, Vincent LW 5-11 195 22 Wichita (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL) 18 Dzingel, Ryan LW 6-0 187 25 Ottawa (NHL) 52 Flanagan, Kyle C 5-9 179 28 Binghamton (AHL) 71 Gagne, Gabriel * RW 6-5 192 20 Wichita (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL) 45 Kelly, Parker * C 5-11 172 18 Prince Albert (WHL) 16 MacArthur, Clarke LW 6-0 192 32 Ottawa (NHL) 44 Pageau, Jean-Gabriel C 5-10 180 24 Ottawa (NHL) 13 Paul, Nick LW 6-4 221 22 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 47 Perron, Francis * LW 6-0 178 21 Binghamton (AHL) 53 Rodewald, Jack * LW 6-3 193 23 Wichita (ECHL), Binghamton (AHL) 26 Sexton, Ben C 5-11 196 26 Albany (AHL) 17 Thompson, Nate C 6-0 212 32 San Diego (AHL), Anaheim (NHL) 7 Turris, Kyle C 6-1 190 28 Ottawa (NHL) 36 White, Colin * C 6-1 190 20 Boston College (H-East), Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 82 Woods, Brendan LW 6-4 209 25 Charlotte (AHL)

  • Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

    Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017

    TRAINING CAMP NOTES Camp roster

     The Senators 2017-18 camp roster includes 57 players: Six goaltenders, 18 defencemen and 33 forwards.

     Nineteen (19) players participated in the 2017 rookie camp and tournament in Ottawa and Toronto. The list of camp invitees is built primarily around the Senators’ draft. Twenty-six (26) players were Ottawa selections in NHL drafts, 13 players were signed as free agents, 10 players were obtained in trades, three players are signed to American Hockey League contracts, three players are on professional tryouts and two players are on amateur tryouts, respectively.

     The Senators 2016-17 season training camp roster included 52 players: Five goaltenders, 17 defencemen and 30 forwards of which 24 players were selected by Ottawa in NHL drafts.

    Rookie tournament

     The Senators participated in their 17th rookie camp and tournament from Sept. 7 to 10. This year’s tournament was held in Toronto with the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs also participating.

     The Senators won the tournament with a 2-0-0 record and earned at least two victories (of a maximum of three) for a ninth consecutive year; an 8-2 win over Montreal in the tournament’s opener and a 4-3 shootout win over Toronto in the finale. The Senators rookies had trailed 3-0 in the third period before Maxime Lajoie ultimately scored the game- deciding goal in the shootout’s sixth round.

    2017 ROOKIE TOURNAMENT STATISTICS: No. PLAYER GP G A PTS 78 Chlapik 2 2 1 3 51 Brown 2 1 2 3 58 Lajoie 2 0 3 3 47 Perron 2 0 3 3 57 Gennaro 2 2 0 2 53 Rodewald 2 1 1 2 55 Topping 2 1 1 2 79 Batherson 2 0 2 2 72 Chabot 1 0 2 2 59 Formenton 2 0 2 2 39 Englund 2 1 0 1 71 Gagne 2 1 0 1 83 Jaros 2 1 0 1 45 Kelly 2 1 0 1 56 Murray 2 0 1 1 No. GOALTENDER W L GA SVS 35 Hogberg 2 0 2 47 60 Bailie 0 0 3 12

  • Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

    Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017

    GOALTENDERS 41 – CRAIG ANDERSON, Goaltender – Catches: Left – Size: 6-2, 187 lbs. – Born: May 21, 1981 (Park Ridge, Ill.) 2016-17 Team: Ottawa (NHL) – Draft: 2001 - Chicago’s third-round pick (73rd overall) – Acquired: Traded from Colorado in exchange for Brian Elliott on 2/18/11 2016-17: Reached the 25-win plateau for the third time in four seasons despite missing more than 30 regular season games due to personal reasons after his wife was diagnosed with cancer in late October … Recorded back-to-back shutouts for the third time in his career on Oct. 25 at Vancouver (3-0 win) and on Oct. 30 at Edmonton (2-0 win) where he made an emotional return to the team to post what was the first shutout in Rogers Place history (37 saves) … Was recognized as the NHL’s First Star of the Week on three occasions (Oct. 31, Nov. 28 and April 10) … Surpassed Patrick Lalime to move into first place among all-time Senators goaltenders in wins (147) on March 11 at Colorado (4-2 win) … Became only the sixth American to appear in a 500th NHL game as a goaltender on March 25 at Montreal (3-1 loss) … Was selected by the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) as the Senators’ nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, an award he won at the NHL Awards in June, becoming the first Senator to do so … In conjunction with Mike Condon, became the first pair of franchise goaltenders to each record at least five shutouts in one season while matching the franchise best (10) that was established in 2001-02 … Moved into a tie for the franchise lead with his 21st post-season victory in Game 6 of the team’s Eastern Conference Final series vs. Pittsburgh on May 23 (2-1 win). The victory also saw him become the first goaltender in the NHL expansion era (1968 onwards)

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