Ottawa Adds to Scoring Depth


The Ottawa Senators and Carolina Hurricanes have completed a four player deal that sees two players per team going each way.  Ottawa is sending Joe Corvo and Patrick Eaves to the Hurricanes for Mike Commodore and Cory Stillman. 

This will help give Ottawa some secondary scoring so their big three are not required to score every goal for the Sens.  Both Stillman and Commodore are unrestricted free agents at seasons end so this could be a rent-a-player scenario for Ottawa. 

They both provide Ottawa with Stanley Cup finals experience which should help Ottawa in the playoffs this season.

Carolina gets some solid young players that should help with the offense and get them into the playoffs.

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2 Responses to “Ottawa Adds to Scoring Depth”

  1. Cool blog……

    About the trade…One of the best players vs younger hmm really what is this deal for Carolina? What do they get from it? Okay some speed…and youth….short term only…thought they wanted to be in the playoff race :p

  2. flamesfan77 Says:

    Well they get help with their powerplay, and they get some speed, this year it may not help but if stillman or commodore re-sign with them they are a better team

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