Ottawa Senators: August 30 in 30

Peter Harling

2016-08-22

Ottawa Senators

On the whole, the draft has not been a kind beast to the Senators this decade. While they have had a measure of success in unearthing potential gems in the later rounds, a number of their first round picks have not panned out as hoped. This tweet was included in last month’s article but it bears repeating

 

{source}<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Sens 2011 draft was supposed to be backbone of rebuild:<br><br>Zibanejad – traded <br>Noesen – traded<br>Puempel – On two-way contract. <br>Prince – traded</p>&mdash; Ian Mendes (@ian_mendes) <a href="https://twitter.com/ian_mendes/status/755105251275993089">July 18, 2016</a></blockquote>

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Of the 28 picks made between 2010 and 2013, four have become NHL regulars; Mark Stone, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Curtis Lazar and Codi Ceci. With the exception of Stone, none of them have what you would consider game-breaking potential. But with strong recent drafts things look to be on the upswing

 

 

 

 

 

LW

C

RW

Francis Perron

Colin White

Gabriel Gagne

Nick Paul

Logan Brown

Marcus Nurmi

Filip Ahl

Jonathan Dahlen

Buddy Robinson

Matt Puempel

Filip Chlapik

Chris Leblanc

Ryan Dzingel

Todd Burgess

 

Max McCormick

Robbie Baillargeron

 

 

 

 

D

 

D

Thomas Chabot

 

Frederik Claesson

Macoy Erkamps

 

Christian Jaros

Christian Wolanin

 

Andreas Englund

Kelly Summers

 

Miles Gendron

 

 

 

 

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