1:15 AM EDT, Fri May 25, 2018
Silver Seven 8 hours ago
Senators Part Ways with Scouts Justin Murray, Jimmy Blixt

Senators Part Ways with Scouts Justin Murray, Jimmy Blixt

The organization has yet to replace the two amateur scouts. Yesterday it was revealed that the Ottawa Senators had diminished their scouting staff by two members, and a website update today affirmed that those two members are Justin Murray and Jimmy Blixt. The duo were both part of the Sens’ amateur scouting team, with the regiment now being reduced to nine total members. Murray has worked for the Sens for five seasons, being hired back in 2013, likely due to being the great-nephew of then-GM Bryan Murray, as well as the son of then-AGM Tim Murray. He was assigned to cover the Ottawa...
The Hockey Writers 14 hours ago

Senators’ Late Round Draft Success

There’s no question the 2018 NHL Draft could be integral to the Ottawa Senators’ rebuild. Not only do they have the fourth overall pick, but also the 22nd overall pick, acquired as part of the Derrick Brassard trade to the Pittsburgh Penguins in February. With the fourth pick, the Senators are going to get a […] The post Senators’ Late Round Draft Success appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Silver Seven May 22, 2018
Patrick Sieloff Signs Two-Year Extension

Patrick Sieloff Signs Two-Year Extension

The 24-year-old was named Belleville’s top defenceman. The Ottawa Senators have kicked off their off-season today, signing pending RFA Patrick Sieloff to a two-year, two-way contract extension. Sieloff, a 24-year-old defenceman, has been playing for the Sens’ AHL affiliate for the last two seasons since being acquired in 2016 from the Calgary Flames in exchange for Alex Chiasson. Known for his gritty play, Sieloff has become somewhat of a household name amongst Sens fans for his infamous hit on Clarke MacArthur during the 2016 training camp, setting MacArthur back almost an entire...
Sportsnet.ca May 22, 2018
Senators sign Patrick Sieloff to a two-year, two-way extension

Senators sign Patrick Sieloff to a two-year, two-way extension

The Ottawa Senators have signed defenceman Patrick Sieloff to a two-year, two-way contract extension, the team announced on Tuesday. The post Newfoundland Growlers logo unveiled as new ECHL team introduced appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Ken Warren / Ottawa Sun May 22, 2018

Sieloff signs two-year extension with Senators organization

Depth defenceman Patrick Sieloff, who has had more than his share of highs and lows in the Ottawa Senators organization for the past two seasons, has signed a two-year extension. Sieloff’s two-way contract — $675,000 in the NHL, $125,000 in the AHL in 2018-19 and $725,000/$170,000 in 2019-20) – is an illustration that the Belleville […]