Photo: Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Jurco is expected to see extensive time with that club in 2014-15. Jurco was a second round pick by the Wings at the 2011 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Tony Ding/Icon Sportswire)
The Fall edition of the Hockey’s Future ranking of the Top 50 NHL prospects continues with the prospects ranked 31-40. This section of the ranking features several talented forwards, including Tomas Jurco (DET) and Curtis Lazar (OTT), who will push for playing time in the NHL this season.
Photo: Ottawa Senators prospect Matt Puempel is looking to build off of a solid AHL rookie season in which he scored 30 goals and 48 points for the Binghamton Senators (courtesy of Mark Spowart/Icon Sportswire)
The Ottawa Senators’ Matt Puempel has always been an offensive force on his team. And while he put 30 pucks in the net last year in the AHL, it took him awhile — and it took learning some lessons — to get there. Read more»
Photo: Carolina Hurricanes defensive prospect Ryan Murphy (7) celebrates his first period power play goal with Victor Rask in the Hurricanes win over the New York Islanders (courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Last night, it was Tampa Bay, and on Wednesday night, a pair of Russian forwards helped provide an offensive push that helped the Edmonton Oilers pull out a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets. Read more»
Photo: Shane Prince will battle for a spot on the Ottawa Senators NHL roster in 2014-15. Prince was a second round pick in the 2011 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Minas Panagiotakis/Icon Sportswire)
Fresh surroundings will aid certain Ottawa Senators prospects in their development paths this season. Former college forward Alex Guptill is embarking on his pro career, while Swedish forward Tobias Lindberg left his country to join the Oshawa Generals in the OHL. Meanwhile, 2014 draft pick Kelly Summers is leaving the Ottawa valley region to test his abilities in the NCAA.
Photo: Ottawa Senators’ forward prospect Buddy Robinson spent two seasons playing Junior A hockey in Canada before moving to Lake Superior State for two seasons, then turned pro with the Binghamton Senators in 2012-13 (courtesy of Mark Spowart/Icon Sportswire)
Tank? For sure. Brick? Perhaps. You could even understand a playful Tiny. But at 6’5 and 240+ pounds of solid mass and physicality, the Ottawa Senators’ prospect does not appear to be a Buddy. But that is the name that has stuck for Buddy Robinson — and it’s a name that’s starting to make some waves throughout the Senators’ organization. Read more»