So, where does that leave Dorion and the Senators now? Vancouver’s Jannik Hansen is on the market, but he has a salary of $3 million this season and next, with a salary cap hit of $2.5 million. The Senators are not in the habit of bringing in rentals, so the likelihood of taking on what remains of the contracts of Detroit’s Thomas Vanek ($2.6 million) and Winnipeg’s Drew Stafford ($4 million salary cap hit) isn’t good.
The Senators general manager told TSN he’s trying to add a “top nine” or “top 12” forward, but pickings are slim. With the Canucks asking for a young player in return, perhaps the Senators float Lazar, a B. The other intriguing pending unrestricted free agent is Arizona’s Martin Hanzal.
If they progress on the proper path, the internal competition should improve the Senators.
It will also put them in a position to have more options when it comes to trades in a year or two.
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