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Mark Stone | Winger

Team: Ottawa Senators
Age / DOB:  (23) / 5/13/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 205
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Mark Stone took a shot off his wrist/hand at practice Monday, but he appears to be fine.
He left temporarily but he was able to return and said afterward that he felt fine. Stone is expected to be a key part of Ottawa's offense this season after he racked up 64 points in 80 games last year. Oct 5 - 6:55 PM

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Mark Stone scored a goal and two assists in Ottawa's 5-4 win over Montreal.

Stone had a terrific outing in the team's final preseason game. He's looking to build on a solid campaign that saw him score 26 goals and 64 points in 80 games. He has a bright future going forward and he should continue to be an offensive catalyst for the Senators going forward.
Oct 4 - 8:44 AM

Mark Stone recorded a goal and an assist in the Senators’ 6-4 preseason loss to the Sabres on Saturday.

After such a stellar — 26 goals, 64 points — rookie season, it’s easy to peg Stone for a better 2015-16. But that’s not factoring in just how good this season was and that young players battle consistency early in their careers. Bobby Ryan, Marc Methot and Nick Paul got the other goals. Clarke MacArthur had two assists. Craig Anderson stopped 25 of 30 shots in the loss.
Sep 26 - 11:08 PM

Mark Stone said he has fully recovered from a wrist injury.

"I've felt great out there, the last couple of skates," he said. "The shot feels good, the hands feel good, the legs are starting to come along. I'm 100 percent." He suffered a microfracture and some ligament damage in his wrist when he was slashed in the playoffs. Stone also feels motivated to prove that he is worth the three-year, $10.5 million contract that Ottawa rewarded him with after he was the runner-up for the Calder Trophy last year. Stone was placed alongside Kyle Turris at the start of February and the duo is expected to be together this campaign on the Senators' top line.
Aug 28 - 1:50 PM

Mark Stone has signed a three-year, $10.5 million deal with the Ottawa Senators.

Stone wasn't taken until the sixth round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft and he's proven to be quite the bargain. After showing what he's capable of in the junior and minor levels, Stone scored 26 goals and 64 points in 80 games as a rookie last season. That was good enough to earn a Calder Trophy nomination, although the award went to defenseman Aaron Ekblad.
Jun 25 - 9:02 AM

Mark Stone was named to the NHL's All-Rookie Team for the 2014-15 season.

Originally drafted 178th overall in 2010 by Ottawa, Stone shared the points lead among rookies with 64 points. He also ranked a goal behind teammate Mike Hoffman for most goals among rookies (27), and two assists shy of Johnny Gaudreau in assists by rookies. The 23 year old led all players with 98 takeaways, first among rookies with six game-winners, and set a new franchise rookie record with his nine-game point streak. Of which included a finish of 14 goals and 35 points over the final 31 games of the season.
Jun 24 - 10:51 PM

Mark Stone is encouraged by the contract talks he's had so far with the Ottawa Senators.

"We've had some good talks, we're going in the right direction," Stone said. "There was another meeting today and we should hear back from them a little later." There's a chance that something could be worked out during the NHL Awards trip, but the Calder Trophy finalist said "there's no rush."
Jun 24 - 12:52 PM

Contract talks with Mark Stone are expected to pick up over the next couple of weeks.

The rookie winger and Calder Trophy finalist will be a restricted free agent in the summer. Negotiations between the two sides have been preliminary so far. Stone amassed 26 goals and 64 points in 80 games with the Senators during the 2014-15 season. The 23-year-old was a huge part of Ottawa's drive for the playoffs, where he picked up four assists in six contests.
Jun 10 - 5:23 PM

Mark Stone admitted it was challenging to play in the postseason after he was slashed by Montreal's P.K. Subban.

"It sucks. It definitely wasn't a fun thing to play with," said Stone. "Putting a needle in my wrist to freeze it wasn't overly (enjoyable). I had to freeze it pretty much before every game and sometimes after the second (period) in order to get it to last. It was just frustrating not being able to feel parts of my wrist and parts of my fingers. It definitely didn't help my shot, but I was able to play through it." He had four assists and just nine shots in six games versus the Canadiens during Ottawa's first-round playoff exit. The Calder Trophy finalist became a key player for the Senators down the stretch and he finished with 64 points in 80 games, which was only two points behind Erik Karlsson for the club lead.
May 26 - 12:49 PM

Mark Stone has been selected as a finalist for the Calder Trophy.

His late-season surge helped get the Ottawa Senators into the playoffs and it tied him with Johnny Gaudreau for first among rookie scorers with 64 points in 80 games. He amassed 47 points in 46 games from January to the end of the regular season. Stone tied Colorado's Ryan O'Reilly for first in the NHL with 98 takeaways and he finished with a rookie-leading plus-21 rating. Gaudreau and Florida defenseman Aaron Ekblad were the other nominees.
Apr 23 - 7:04 PM

Mark Stone reported that he's regaining mobility in his injured wrist.

Stone suffered a microfracture when he was slashed by Montreal's P.K. Subban in Game 1 of the first round series. He's played through the injury though and has three points in his last two contests.
Apr 22 - 12:55 PM

Mark Stone registered two assists in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens.

Stone was injured by a P.K. Subban slash in game one, and his status was uncertain coming into tonight's action. Stone didn't have a shot on goal in the game, but he still contributed in a big way. He picked up the primary assist on Clarke MacArthur's first period goal, and he picked up the primary assist on Patrick Wiercioch's game-tying goal in the third period. The series will now shift to Ottawa for game three on Sunday with the Senators trailing 2-0.
Apr 17 - 10:23 PM

Mark Stone will indeed play in Game Two on Friday night against the Montreal Canadiens.

Stone is expected to resume his place on Ottawa's top line. He had 26 goals and 64 points in 80 regular season contests this season, and has a point in three career playoff games.
Apr 17 - 6:56 PM

Mark Stone (wrist) will be a game-time decision on Friday.

Stone suffered a microfracture as a result of a slash from P.K. Subban. Stone was on the ice Friday morning to fire some pucks and practice his stickhandling, but he skated off after less than 10 minutes. He had 26 goals and 64 points in 80 regular season contests.
Apr 17 - 12:37 PM

Ottawa GM Bryan Murray revealed that Mark Stone suffered some ligament damage to his right wrist in addition to the microfracture.

"I would assume [Stone will miss Game 2]," Murray said. "I think the trainers have worked on him and tried to do things, and Mark is willing to take shots or whatever it is. But he has no mobility at this point at all." It's unclear what his status is for the rest of the series, but he's considered to be very questionable to return.
Apr 16 - 6:28 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Kyle Turris
2Mika Zibanejad
3Jean-Gabriel Pageau
4Zack Smith
5Curtis Lazar
LW1Clarke MacArthur
2Mike Hoffman
3Milan Michalek
4Shane Prince
RW1Bobby Ryan
2Mark Stone
3Alex Chiasson
4Chris Neil
D1Erik Karlsson
2Marc Methot
3Cody Ceci
4Patrick Wiercioch
5Jared Cowen
6Mark Borowiecki
7Chris Phillips
8Chris Wideman
G1Craig Anderson
2Andrew Hammond
3Matt O'Connor