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Sports Ottawa signs former Senator Tyler Ennis to professional tryout

02:30  20 september  2021
02:30  20 september  2021 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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The Senators are bringing back a familiar face. The Ottawa Sun’s Bruce Garrioch reports that Ottawa will bring veteran forward Tyler Ennis to training camp on a PTO after he spent time with the Sens in 2019-20.

a hockey player holding a bat: Tyler Ennis had nine points in 30 games for the Oilers last season. © Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports Tyler Ennis had nine points in 30 games for the Oilers last season.

Last season with the Edmonton Oilers, Ennis struggled to stay in the lineup consistently and was limited to just nine points in 30 games. But while Ennis isn’t the 20-goal scorer of yore, he’s still shown the ability to be a valuable depth contributor at the NHL level. He maybe demonstrated that most during his time in Ottawa, scoring 14 goals and 33 points in 61 games. He was dealt to the Oilers at that year’s trade deadline, but now the Edmonton native will have another chance to show he can make an impact in Ottawa.

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It’s hard to imagine Ennis receiving anything more than the league minimum based on his production last season. Still, Ennis remains a reliable play-driving forward who’s good at helping chance generation in the bottom six. Ottawa’s forward depth might have gotten a slight boost with the signing of Logan Brown on Saturday, but the Senators still need more bodies to fill out depth roles. Ennis could very well help alleviate this weakness for Ottawa at a bargain-bin price. It’s hard to argue with most any professional tryout contract, but Ottawa could see some serious dividends here if Ennis performs similarly to his 2019-20 numbers.

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