Our recommendations on who to know for Vegas fans rolls on and we’ve reached a team that you can still watch if you have the means. Ottawa is up next, and the Golden Knights are sure to have some intriguing options to choose from.
Big, small, bank-breaker, bargain bin. The Senators have a little bit of everything and it’s served them well. They’ve been just dull enough to scorch their way into the Eastern Conference Finals.
But win or lose, the Sens are losing a piece next month. Catch what’s left of the playoffs, Vegas fans. You may have the opportunity to watch a future Golden Knight. Here are four Senators that Vegas fans should know.
If Senators forward Bobby Ryan is exposed, whether or not to add him to the inaugural Vegas roster may be the biggest decision that Golden Knights general manager George McPhee makes in the expansion draft.
The good is that Vegas will come across few players next month more established than Ryan. This season he took a step back on the stat sheet as he struggled through a variety of injuries. When he’s at full strength he’s a consistent 50-point a season scorer for Ottawa, and before that, Anaheim.
The bad is that if that’s an addition McPhee wants to make to his club, it’ll cost him. Ryan has five years remaining on a seven-year, $50 million contract he signed in …
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