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Tom Pyatt | Winger | #10

Team: Ottawa Senators
Age / DOB:  (30) / 2/14/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 185
Drafted: 2005 / Rd. 4 (107) / NYR
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Tom Pyatt has been unusually productive this season and has been rewarded with a spot in the top-six forward group.
Pyatt, who has 10 points in 18 games this season, will start alongside Matt Duchene and Bobby Ryan in Sunday night's tilt with the Rangers. He had been playing with Derick Brassard and Mark Stone previously. In 82 games last year, he only had 23 points. Nov 19 - 6:46 PM

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Tom Pyatt is on a three-game point streak.

Pyatt also has recorded at least a point in five of his last six contests after getting an assist on Saturday. He's quietly put up a solid three goals and eight points in 14 games this season. That puts him on pace to easily surpass his 2016-17 total of 23 points, though we do expect Pyatt to slow down as the campaign progresses.
Nov 5 - 11:08 AM

Tom Pyatt got his first goal of the year on Thursday night.

Pyatt gave the Senators a 4-2 lead after two periods, but New Jersey rallied to hand Ottawa a 5-4 loss in overtime. He has contributed three points in seven matches this season.
Oct 20 - 10:11 AM

Tom Pyatt and the Ottawa Senators have agreed on a two-year contract worth $2.2 million.

Pyatt, who was eligible to become an unrestricted free agent, returned to the NHL in 2016-17 after spending two seasons playing in Switzerland. He produced nine goals and 23 points in 82 games with the Senators. Pyatt mostly played as a checking-line winger and he'll likely have that role again in 2017-18.
Jun 26 - 3:16 PM

Tom Pyatt might be the only pending unrestricted free agent at forward that Ottawa re-signs.

He was a reliable player for coach Guy Boucher during the 2016-17 campaign, which could earn him another contract with the Senators. Ottawa GM Pierre Dorion intends to speak with fellow potential UFAs Chris Kelly, Chris Neil and Tommy Wingels this week.
May 29 - 10:11 AM

Tom Pyatt found the back of the net in Ottawa's 3-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final on Friday night.

The Senators were down 3-0 late in the first period, but Clarke MacArthur managed to get them on the board. Then, with 5:01 remaining in the third period, Pyatt cut the deficit to 3-2, but that's as close as they'd come to tying the game. He finished the game with two shots on goal and two hits in 12:58 of ice time. Pyatt has two goals in 11 games this postseason. The best-of-seven series is tied at two.
May 20 - 10:11 AM

Tom Pyatt will return to the Senators' lineup on Thursday.

This will be Pyatt's first game since April 19. He was dealing with an unspecified injury, but Pyatt was ready to return on Tuesday and still scratched. It remains to be seen who will come out of the lineup to make room for Pyatt. Zack Smith is hurt and regarded as a game-time decision, so if he can't play then the swap will be obvious. If Smith is available then the Senators might end up scratching a different forward.
May 4 - 2:00 PM

Tom Pyatt will probably be in the lineup Thursday night.

Zack Smith's status is uncertain for Game 4, but Pyatt may get into the lineup regardless of his availability.
May 3 - 2:46 PM

Tom Pyatt will be a healthy scratch in Tuesday's game against the Rangers.

A lower-body injury kept Pyatt out of the lineup in the final two games of the series against Boston and the first game of the Rangers series. He was deemed healthy for Game 2, but was made a healthy scratch. Pyatt has no points and a minus-2 rating in four postseason games. Chris Kelly, Chris Wideman, Chris Neil, Colin White, Jyrki Jokipakka and Chris DiDomenico will also be scratched tonight.
May 2 - 6:59 PM

Tom Pyatt will not get back into the lineup on Tuesday night for Game 3 versus the Rangers.

He suffered an upper-body injury in Game 4 of the opening round against Boston and he hasn't played since even though he was healthy enough to play on Saturday. Coach Guy Boucher likes Pyatt, but he doesn't want to change a winning lineup.
May 2 - 12:19 PM

Tom Pyatt is waiting to get back into the lineup for the Senators.

He was available to return from an upper-body injury on Saturday, but coach Guy Boucher didn't want to change a winning lineup. If Clarke MacArthur, who has an upper-body injury of his own now, isn't ready to play Tuesday then the decision to put Pyatt back in will be easy. "We might still go with the same lineup depending on Clarke," Ottawa's bench boss said. "If we need to change something, (Pyatt) is ready and, of course, (Pyatt) has been an important part of our team."
May 1 - 10:38 AM

Look for Tom Pyatt to return to action Tuesday night for Game 3 against the Rangers.

Pyatt missed Saturday afternoon's contest as a healthy scratch even though he had recovered from an upper-body injury. Pyatt should be in the lineup at Madison Square Garden Monday night.
Apr 30 - 11:10 AM

Tom Pyatt (upper body) is healthy enough to play in Game 2, but he might still be scratched.

Pyatt was hurt in Game 4 of Ottawa's first round series and has consequently missed three straight games. Senators coach Guy Boucher is leaning towards maintaining the lineup that won him the last two contests, which is why Pyatt might have to wait longer before playing again.
Apr 28 - 2:52 PM

Tom Pyatt (upper body) didn't join the Senators for the pregame warmups.

Barring a last minute surprise, Pyatt won't play in Game 1 Thursday night. That's not surprising given that Pyatt wasn't skating on the Senators' top four lines during practice.
Apr 27 - 6:44 PM

Tom Pyatt (upper body) appears to be a game-time decision for Game 1 on Thursday.

Senators coach Guy Boucher said that a decision on Pyatt will be made later today and it might come as late as the warmups, so it is possible, albeit unlikely, that we'll know either way before game-time. For what it's worth, Pyatt wasn't on any of the Senators top four lines during Thursday's practice.
Apr 27 - 12:47 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Derick Brassard
2Matt Duchene
3Jean-Gabriel Pageau
4Gabriel Dumont
5Nate Thompson
LW1Mike Hoffman
2Zack Smith
3Ryan Dzingel
4Tom Pyatt
5Clarke MacArthur
RW1Mark Stone
2Bobby Ryan
3Alex Burrows
D1Erik Karlsson
2Dion Phaneuf
3Cody Ceci
4Mark Borowiecki
5Fredrik Claesson
6Johnny Oduya
7Thomas Chabot
8Chris Wideman
9Ben Harpur
G1Craig Anderson
2Mike Condon