While most believe the Senators' package was an underwhelming return for a scorer of DeBrincat’s caliber, Ottawa general manager Pierre Dorion think his team actually made out quite well, all things considered
Per Bruce Garrioch, the Sens have parted ways with Assistant GM Trent Mann. Though the timing is a little surprising, the move itself is not considering his brother Troy Mann was fired as the Belleville coach back in February.
The Ottawa Senators have two restricted free agents still unsigned after sending Alex DeBrincat to the Detroit Red Wings and the announcement on TSN1200 that Kevin Mandolese will sign a deal on July 11.
Days after another big trade, Pierre Dorion made a rare appearance on the morning show on TSN1200 earlier today and explained a bit of the process behind the Alex DeBrincat deal deal and what comes next for the Ottawa Senators.
In a significant move, the Ottawa Senators traded forward Alex DeBrincat to the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday. The decision came after the Senators were unable to secure a long-term deal with the talented 25-year-old, prompting General Manager Pierre Dorion to send him to his hometown team.
The Ottawa Senators find themselves in need of a new addition to their top six following Alex DeBrincat’s trade to the Detroit Red Wings. However, a potential solution may be on the market in the form of Vladimir Tarasenko.
After months of speculation, Alex DeBrincat is finally a Detroit Red Wing. They needed an impactful goal-scorer, and they got one. But it was hard for the Ottawa Senators – who sent a handful of picks to Chicago to acquire DeBrincat 367 days prior – to get full value for DeBrincat.
From the moment Alex DeBrincat was acquired by the Ottawa Senators in July of 2022 from the Chicago Blackhawks, the Detroit area resident said it’d take a while for his family which included a new-born baby to get acclimated to a new city/country.
The Detroit Red Wings acquired forward Alex DeBrincat from the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night in exchange for forward Dominik Kubalik, defenseman Donovan Sebrango, a conditional first-round draft pick in 2024 and a fourth-round pick in 2024.
The Detroit Red Wings have acquired winger Alex DeBrincat from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for winger Dominik Kubalik, defenseman Donovan Sebrango, a conditional first-round pick and a 2024 fourth-round pick.
Selected 64th overall in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, six-foot-five, 215-pound defenseman Filip Nordberg made his first trek to Ottawa this past week, participating in his first Senators Development Camp.