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SportsPrice tag to keep Ryan Dzingel might be too high for Senators

09:45  11 february  2019
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Stone scores twice as Senators top Jets

Stone scores twice as Senators top Jets Stone scores twice as Senators top Jets

Dzingel put up a solid first full season this year, registering 32 points and contributing in all situations. His speed and secondary scoring touch are a solid He’s already 25, which means this contract takes him right to unrestricted free agency, but the Senators could keep the price down by not buying out

Ryan Dzingel Bio. Dzingel , a forward from Wheaton, Illinois, had a breakout season in 2017-18, finishing with an NHL career- high 41 points (23 goals, 18 assists) The Senators selected Dzingel in the seventh round (No. 204) of the 2011 NHL Draft after he had 67 points (23 goals, 44 assists) in his

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While Mark Stone and Matt Duchene have garnered the majority of the attention among Ottawa’s pending unrestricted free agents, Ryan Dzingel’s situation is certainly worth monitoring as well.  The 26-year-old is in the midst of a career year and already has 20 goals and 21 assists in 53 games this season. His future with the Senators appears to be dependent upon what happens with Stone and Duchene, but as Postmedia’s Bruce Garrioch notes, the asking price appears to be quite high, coming in between $5.5 million and $6 million a year on a long-term deal. Even though Dzingel has a chance to reach 30 goals this season, that price tag may very well be too rich for the Senators, which should increase his odds of being dealt by the Feb. 25 trade deadline.

Ryan Dzingel lifts Senators over Jets in OT

Ryan Dzingel lifts Senators over Jets in OT Ryan Dzingel scored at 3:44 of overtime as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Saturday. Mark Stone, Rudolfs Balcers and Matt Duchene scored power-play goals for Ottawa. Stone and Dzingel each had one assist. Tyler Myers scored twice and Brandon Tanev added a goal and an assist for the Jets (36-19-4), who are 2-3-2 in their last seven games. Myers and Tanev each scored a short-handed goal. Anders Nilsson stopped 23 shots for the Senators, (22-31-5), who occupy the bottom of the NHL standings and are 3-7-0 in their past 10 games.

Though defensemen may now have a price set thanks to the Toronto Maple Leafs’ acquisition of Minnesota is another team that entered the season with high expectations and are still searching for Matt Duchene, Mark Stone and Ryan Dzingel are all scheduled to become unrestricted free agents at Both players are undeniable talents, but may just be too pricey for the Senators to keep around.

Why the Senators Should Trade Ryan Dzingel . New, 27 comments. Though with contract extensions forthcoming to Kevin Fiala and Ryan Hartman, Dzingel may be figure to be more Maybe Pierre Dorion will deal Ryan Dzingel to the Leafs, and they’ll somehow be able to pay him, Matthews

More from the Atlantic:

  • Canadiens winger Charles Hudon was expected to play on Saturday night but was a late scratch, which fueled some trade speculation. To that end, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman notes (video link) that Montreal has been looking for a mid-round pick for the 24-year-old. Last season, Hudon put up a respectable 30 points in 72 games but has had difficulties staying in the lineup in 2018-19 and has been quiet when he has played as he has just three goals and two assists in 30 contests this season. He’s earning the league minimum salary of $650K this season and will be eligible for salary arbitration in the summer.
  • The Maple Leafs announced (Twitter link) that they have activated winger Tyler Ennis off injured reserve. He has been out since late December after sustaining a broken ankle. The 29-year-old had gotten off to a decent start with Toronto with 11 points in 33 games before the injury while holding his own on the top line at times. No corresponding roster move needed to be made as the Leafs had an open roster spot after waiving and demoting Martin Marincin last weekend.

NHL trade rumors: Blue Jackets still listening to offers for Artemi Panarin after deals.
The Blue Jackets look like they're loading up for a run, but they are still open to dealing their best player. Columbus is listening to offers for winger Artemi Panarin, but they would have to be blown away to make a deal, according to The Athletic. The Blue Jackets are not done. They’re still listening to offers for left winger Artemi Panarin, but still letting it be known that they need a mammoth offer — today help and futures — to make it happen.

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