• SHARE:
  • email
  • Bookmark and Share

Senators assign forward Dave Dziurzynski to AHL's Binghamton

Toronto Maple Leafs' Fraser McLaren (38) punches Ottawa Senators' Dave Dziurzynski out during a fight in first period NHL action in Toronto on Wednesday March 6, 2013. The Senators have re-assigned forward Dziurzynski to Binghamton of the American Hockey League. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Zoom Image

Toronto Maple Leafs' Fraser McLaren (38) punches Ottawa Senators' Dave Dziurzynski out during a fight in first period NHL action in Toronto on Wednesday March 6, 2013. The Senators have re-assigned forward Dziurzynski to Binghamton of the American Hockey League. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators have re-assigned forward Dave Dziurzynski to Binghamton of the American Hockey League.

Dziurzynski, 23, was recalled by the Senators on Feb. 15 and made his NHL debut the following evening at Toronto.

He had two goals and 13 penalty minutes in 12 games with the Senators.

He has 17 points (three goals, 14 assists) and 100 penalty minutes in 44 games with Binghamton this season.

Dziurzynski suffered a concussion in a March 6 game in Toronto, when he was knocked hard to the ice by Maple Leafs tough guy Frazer McLaren during a fight 26 seconds into the game.

More Stories

Senators extend goaltender Craig Anderson for 3 years and $12.6 million

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators believe they'll have one of the best goaltending tandems in the NHL...

Ottawa Senators sign forward Clarke MacArthur to five-year extension

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators have signed forward Clarke MacArthur to a US$23.25-million,...

Senators owner Melnyk says team has potential to be competitive in East

OTTAWA - Eugene Melnyk is already predicting a return to the playoffs for the Ottawa Senators...

Karlsson says Senators will make the right choice in naming Spezza's replacement

OTTAWA - Erik Karlsson says he'd be glad to take on the added responsibility that comes with...
blog comments powered by Disqus

THN on Twitter

If the NHL expanded into one market, where should it go?








Contests

Our Partners