Wearing a suit is a different kind of challenge than wearing a sweater for the Ottawa Senators, as it seems Daniel Alfredsson will learn.
Mark Stone said he has fully recovered from a wrist injury.
Chris Neil has trimmed down to 208 pounds.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Chris Phillips admits that he considered the possibility of retirement during the worst times of his recovery from back surgery.
Daniel Alfredsson is reportedly close to finalizing a role in Ottawa's hockey operations department.
Senators prospect Mikael Wikstrand will come to North America after he finishes a tournament with his Swedish team first.
Erik Karlsson has bulked up over the summer.
An optimistic Marc Methot is looking forward to next season after enduring through last year's injury and contract dispute.
Senators' assistant GM Pierre Dorion confirmed that the team won't be buying out winger Colin Greening.
Patrick Wiercioch believes he should stay in Ottawa's top-four defense group this season.
Ottawa is open to giving Mike Hoffman a long-term deal if he continues to rack up points like he did in his successful rookie campaign.
Mike Hoffman has been awarded a one-year, $2 million deal from arbitration.
The verdict on Mike Hoffman's arbitration hearing won't be known until Sunday night at the earliest.
Alex Chiasson expected to be more productive than he was in 2014-15.
Mike Hoffman has filed an arbitration request of $3.4 million.