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					                                                                                    2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                  Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
SENATORS ROOKIE TEAM ROSTER

No. Players                 Pos. Ht.      Wt.    Age 2010-11 Team                                            Acquired
40 Lehner, Robin            G    6-4      225     20 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL)                          2009 draft, 46th
32 Machovsky, Matej         G    6-2      191     18 Guelph (OHL), Brampton (OHL)                            Amateur tryout

74   Borowiecki, Mark       D      6-1    205     22   Clarkson (ECAC), Binghamton (AHL)                     2008 draft, 139th
2    Cowen, Jared           D      6-5    226     20   Spokane (WHL), Binghamton (AHL)                       2009 draft, 9th
52   Fransoo, Jordan        D      6-2    180     18   Brandon (WHL)                                         2011 draft, 186th
63   Godfrey, Josh          D      6-1    210     23   South Carolina (ECHL), Hershey (AHL), Chicago (AHL)   Free agent ‘11
62   Gryba, Eric            D      6-4    222     23   Binghamton (AHL)                                      2006 draft, 68th
7    Rundblad, David        D      6-2    190     20   Skelleftea (SEL)                                      Trade w/St. Louis
46   Wiercioch, Patrick     D      6-4    200     21   Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL)                        2008 draft, 42nd

67   Caporusso, Louie       C      5-10   198     22   Michigan (CCHA)                                       2007 draft, 90th
54   Cowick, Corey          LW     6-3    208     22   Binghamton (AHL), Elmira (ECHL)                       2009 draft, 160th
50   Culek, Jakub           LW     6-3    180     19   Rimouski (QMJHL)                                      2010 draft, 76th
24   Da Costa, Stephane     C      5-11   183     22   Merrimack College (HE), Ottawa (NHL)                  College free agent ‘11
57   Grant, Derek           C      6-3    197     21   Michigan State (CCHA), Binghamton (AHL)               2008 draft, 119th
53   Hamilton, Wacey        RW     5-11   173     21   Medicine Hat (WHL)                                    Junior free agent ‘11
6    Kramer, Darren         LW     6-1    206     19   Spokane (WHL)                                         2011 draft, 156th
36   Noesen, Stefan         RW     6-1    194     18   Plymouth (OHL)                                        2011 draft, 21st
44   Pageau, Jean-Gabriel   C      5-9    165     18   Gatineau (QMJHL)                                      2011 draft, 96th
20   Petersson, Andre       RW     5-9    172     21   HV 71 Jonkoping (SEL)                                 2008 draft, 109th
10   Prince, Shane          LW     5-11   183     18   Ottawa (OHL)                                          2011 draft, 61st
3    Puempel, Matt          LW     6-1    202     18   Peterborough (OHL)                                    2011 draft, 24th
60   Stone, Mark            RW     6-3    202     19   Brandon (WHL)                                         2010 draft, 178th
93   Zibanejad, Mika        C      6-2    200     18   Djurgardens (SEL)                                     2011 draft, 6th

Ottawa Senators                                                          Binghamton Senators
Bryan Murray          General manager and executive vp                   Tom Mitchell      Executive vice-president of operations
Tim Murray            Assistant general manager                          Kurt Kleinendorst Head coach
Pierre Dorion         Director of player personnel                       Steve Stirling    Assistant coach
Randy Lee             Director of hockey ops and player development      Matt Meacham      Video coach
Paul MacLean          Head coach                                         Glen Kinney       Athletic therapist
Dave Cameron          Assistant coach                                    Tom Severance     Equipment manager
Mark Reeds            Assistant coach                                    Jake Rogers       Assistant equipment manager
Luke Richardson       Assistant coach                                    Kate Krenzer      Director of media relations
Rick Wamsley          Goaltending coach
Tim Pattyson          Video coach
Chris Schwarz         Conditioning coach
Allison Vaughan       Manager of hockey administration
Jordan Silmser        Manager, team services
Chris Moore           Coordinator, communications
Gerry Townend         Head athletic therapist
Dom Nicoletta         Assistant athletic therapist
Scott Allegrino       Head equipment manager
Chris Cook            Assistant equipment manager
Mike Foley            Equipment assistant



SENATORS MINOR LEAGUE AFFILIATES

Binghamton Senators, American Hockey League, will play three pre-season games: Friday, Sept. 30 against Hamilton in Victoriaville,
Qué..; Saturday, Oct. 1 against Hamilton in Drummondville, Qué., and Monday, Oct. 3 at Hershey. Their first regular-season game will
be against the Hershey Bears in Binghamton on Friday, Oct. 7, at 7:05 p.m.

Elmira Jackals, East Coast Hockey League, open their regular season at home against Trenton on Friday, Oct. 8, at 7:35 p.m.
                                                                                    2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                   Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                 Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
CAMP SCHEDULE - OTTAWA

Friday, Sept. 9                                                      Monday, Sept. 13
9:30 a.m. ....................Senators practice at Bell Sensplex     9:30 a.m. .................... Practice - Chicago
11:30 a.m. ..................Senators leave for Oshawa               10:30 a.m. .................. Practice - Toronto
                                                                     11:30 a.m. .................. Practice - Pittsburgh
Saturday, Sept. 10                                                   12:30 p.m. ................. Practice - Ottawa
2 p.m. .........................Pittsburgh vs. Ottawa
7 p.m. .........................Chicago vs. Toronto                   Tuesday, Sept. 14
                                                                     10:30 a.m. .................. Pre-game skate - Ottawa
Sunday, Sept. 11                                                     2 p.m. ......................... Chicago vs. Pittsburgh
2 p.m. .........................Ottawa vs. Chicago                   7 p.m.......................... Ottawa vs. Toronto
7 p.m. .........................Toronto vs. Pittsburgh

ROOKIE TOURNAMENT RESULTS

2010 in London, Ont. (Chicago, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Toronto) - The Senators finished tied for first with Pittsburgh with a 2-1-0
record: 5-3 loss to Pittsburgh; 7-3 win over Chicago, and a 3-2 win over Toronto.

2009 in Kitchener, Ont. (Boston, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Toronto) - The Senators finished tied for first with Boston with a 2-1-0 record:
4-1 win over Pittsburgh; 4-3 loss to Boston, and a 7-1 win over Toronto.

2008 in Kitchener, Ont. (Florida, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Toronto) - The Senators finished tied for first with Pittsburgh with a 2-1-0
record: 4-2 win over Florida; 7-5 win over Toronto, and a 3-1 loss to Pittsburgh.

2007 in Kitchener, Ont. (Florida, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Toronto) - Ottawa finished the round-robin with three wins and one loss.
Pittsburgh beat Ottawa 5-1 in the final.

2005 in Ottawa (Carolina, Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto) - Ottawa finished fourth with one win, two losses and one overtime
loss. Toronto won with a record of four wins and no losses.

2004 in Montreal (Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto) - Ottawa finished the round-robin in third place with two wins and two losses.
Toronto was first with three wins and a loss.

2003 in Ottawa (Carolina, Montreal, Ottawa) - Ottawa finished fourth with one win, two losses and one overtime loss. Toronto won
with a record of four wins and no losses.

2002 in Hull, Que. (Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Phoenix) - Florida won the tournament.

2001 in Hull, Que. (Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Phoenix) - Montreal won the tournament.

2000 in Hull, Que. (Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Tampa) - Ottawa won the tournament.

1999 in Hull, Que. (Florida, Montreal, Ottawa, Tampa) - Ottawa won the tournament.
                                                                                2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                              Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
CAMP NOTES

Numbers: Twenty-three (23) players have been invited to take part in the 2011 Senators rookie camp and tournament: two
goaltenders, seven defencemen and 14 forwards.

Acquired: Eighteen (18) players on the rookie camp roster were drafted by the Senators.

Experienced campers: Nineteen (19) players took part in the June 2011 development camp … Seven players participated in the
Senators’ 2010 rookie camp and tournament.

Young and old: Jordan Fransoo is the youngest player in camp at 18 years and four-plus months old, while Josh Godfrey is the oldest
at 23 years and seven-plus months old.

Invited to the main camp (The Senators did not hold a camp 2006. In the 2004-05 lockout year, the club participated in a rookie
tournament in Montréal):

        In September 2010, 17 of the 22 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Jason Bailey (R), Bobby Butler (R), Erik Condra (R), Jared Cowen (D), Corey Cowick (L), Jakub Culek (L), Kaspars
        Daugavins (L), David Dziurzynski (L), Colin Greening (L), Eric Gryba (D), Mike Hoffman (C), Robin Lehner (G), Jim O’Brien
        (C), Craig Schira (D), Tim Spencer (L), Mark Stone (R) and Patrick Wiercioch (D).

        In September 2009, 19 of the 23 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Paul Baier (D), Jason Bailey (R), Erik Condra (R), Keegan Dansereau (L), Kaspars Daugavins (L), Mike Hoffman
        (C), Erik Karlsson (D), Geoff Kinrade (D), Casey Lee (L), Matt Lowry (C), Jim O’Brien (C), Brett Parnham (C), Peter Regin (C),
        Mat Robinson (D), Craig Schira (D), Zack Smith (C), Brandon Svendsen (R) and Kyle Wharton (D).

        In September 2008, 19 of the 23 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Kaspars Daugavins (L), Kevin Desfossés (G), Brian Elliott (G), Mitch Ganzak (D), Mattias Karlsson (D), Tomas
        Kudelka (D), Mick Lawrence (R), Alexander Nikulin (C), Jim O’Brien (C), Mitch O’Keefe (G), Peter Regin (C), Brandon Roach
        (D), Derek Smith (D), Zack Smith (C), Geoff Waugh (D), Shawn Weller (L), Jesse Winchester (C), Ben Wright (D) and Ilya
        Zubov (L).

        In September 2007, 15 of the 26 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Cody Bass (C), Ryan Daniels (G), Kaspars Daugavins (L), Tyler Donati (R), Brian Elliott (G), Nick Foligno (L), Chaz
        Johnson (R), Thomas Kudelka (D), Brian Lee (D), Jim McKenzie (R), Alexander Nikulin (C), Derek Smith (D), Geoff Waugh
        (D), Shawn Weller (L) and Ilya Zubov (C).

        In September 2005, 12 of the 22 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Cody Bass (C), Danny Bois (R), Patrick Eaves (R), Jeff Glass (G), Chris Greene (R), Kelly Guard (G), Neil
        Komadoski (D), Tomas Kudelka (D), Matt Marquardt (L), Andrej Meszaros (D), Neil Petruic (D) and Roman Wick (L).

        In September 2003, 10 of the 23 players were invited to the club’s main camp. Players that participated in the main camp
        included: Andy Hedlund (D), Eric Himelfarb (F), Brooks Laich (F), Brian McGrattan (F), Adam Munro (G), Jan Platil (D),
        Christoph Schubert (D), Billy Thompson (G), Greg Watson (F) and Greg Zanon (D). Brooks Laich also had a brief callup to
        Ottawa and played in one NHL game before being traded to Washington.

        In September 2002, 22 players took part in the fourth rookie camp with 11 players moving on to the Senators’ main camp.
        Anton Volchenkov made the Senators roster out of training camp and spent the entire season in Ottawa, while Jason Spezza
        and Ray Emery also spent time with the Senators during the 2002-03 season.

        In September 2001, 22 players took part in the third rookie camp with 11 players moving on to the Senators’ main camp. Toni
        Dahlman and Josh Langfeld each had brief callups with the Senators during the 2001-02 season.

        In September 2000, 22 players took part in the second rookie camp with 11 players moving on to the Senators’ main camp.
        Martin Havlat highlighted the rookie camp, going on to the main camp and making the Senators roster for the 2000-01
        season.

        In September 1999, 22 players took part in the first rookie camp with 14 players moving on to the Senators’ main camp. Mike
        Fisher highlighted the rookie camp, going on to the main camp and making the Senators roster for the 1999-2000 season.
                                                                                    2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                   Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                 Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
74 - MARK BOROWIECKI, defence, shoots left, 6-1, 205 lbs.
Born: July 12, 1989 (Ottawa) Drafted: 2008 – Ottawa’s fifth-round pick (139th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his junior season with the Clarkson University
Golden Knights (ECAC), tallying 11 points (three goals, eight assists) in 31 games and serving as team captain … Ranked first (tie)
among Golden Knights defencemen in scoring … Established a new collegiate career high in penalty minutes (55) … Signed an entry-
level contract with the Senators on March 11 before concluding his season with Binghamton (AHL), where he made his professional
debut on March 23 vs. Syracuse … Registered his first professional point with an assist on the game-winning goal in Game 1 of the
Atlantic Division final at Portland on April 27. 2009-10: Played his sophomore season with Clarkson, registering 19 points (eight goals,
11 assists) in 35 games ... Set new collegiate highs in goals, assists, points and games ... Ranked third among Golden Knights in
penalty minutes and was second among team defencemen in scoring ... Led team defencemen and was tied for fourth among all
players in goals ... Recorded his first career multi-point game (two assists) in 2-2 tie at Harvard on 11/21/09 ... Recognized as
Clarkson’s Mike Morrison Coaches’ Award recipient for teamwork, hustle and dedication. 2008-09: Made his collegiate debut with
Clarkson, playing his first game on 10/17/08 in a win at R.I.T. … Registered a +4 rating in his first collegiate game … Tallied his first
point (an assist) in the Knights’ 4-3 win vs Union on 1/23/09 … Tallied his first collegiate goal in the Knights’ 4-3 OT win vs. Rensselaer
Polytechnic on 1/24/09 … Was the first Ottawa native ever drafted by the Senators. 2007-08: Tallied 26 points (two goals, 24 assists)
and 80 penalty minutes with Smiths Falls (CJHL) … Fourteen (14) of 24 assists were recorded on the power play … Played for Team
East in the CJHL Top Prospects Game … Named the 2007-08 CJHL Top Defenceman.
                                                             Regular season                           Playoffs
Season Club                           League           GP      G      A Pts        PIM      GP      G      A Pts PIM
2007-08 Smiths Falls                  CJHL              46     2     24    26        80      15      1    10     11     22
2008-09 Clarkson                      ECAC              33     1      1     2        24
2009-10 Clarkson                      ECAC              35     8     11    19        55
2010-11 Clarkson                      ECAC              31     3      8    11        67
            Binghamton                AHL                9     0      0     0          2     21     0       2     2      8

67 - LOUIE CAPORUSSO, left wing/centre, shoots left, 5-10, 198 lbs.
Born: June 21, 1989 (Toronto) Drafted: 2007 – Ottawa’s third-round pick (90th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his collegiate career as an alternate captain
with the University of Michigan Wolverines (CCHA), tallying 31 points (11 goals, 20 assists) in 41 games … Helped the Wolverines
reach the NCAA Frozen Four final, where they were defeated 3-2 in overtime by Minnesota-Duluth on April 9 in St. Paul, Minn. …
Recorded an assist in a 2-0 win over North Dakota in a Frozen Four national semi-final game on April 7 … Ranked second among
Wolverines in points (for the third consecutive season) and third in assists and plus-minus (+19) … Signed an entry-level contract with
the Senators on May 30. 2009-10: Completed his junior season with Michigan, recording 43 points (21 goals, 22 assists) while
appearing in each of his team’s 45 games ... Led the Wolverines in goals, power-play points (six goals, 12 assists) and game-winning
goals (five) ... Scored the game-winning goal to lead Michigan to the CCHA title in a victory over Northern Michigan on 3/20/10 ... Was
named to the CCHA all-tournament team. 2008-09: Set personal collegiate highs in all major statistical categories … Led the
Wolverines in goals (24), power-play points (10 goals, six assists), game-winning goals (five) and multi-point games (14) … Ranked
second in team scoring and assists … Michigan had a record of 24-1-0 in games in which he tallied at least one point … Named the
Hal Downes Award recipient as team MVP … Was the CCHA Offensive Player of the Week on two occasions (11/3/08 and 12/29/08)
… Ranked fifth in NCAA in goals and eighth in points … Named to the All-CCHA first team as voted by the league’s coaches …
Named to the CCHA all-tournament team … Helped Michigan win the Great Lakes Invitational tournament, earning MVP … Was a
Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalist … Participated in the 2008 Canadian junior national team summer development camp. 2007-08:
Recorded 21 points (12 goals, nine assists) while playing 33 games in his first season at Michigan … Missed six weeks of action (eight
games) due to a knee injury sustained in November … Made his collegiate debut on 10/12/07 vs. Boston College and tallied his first
point (an assist) before scoring his first goal (the game-winner, in overtime).
                                                            Regular season                         Playoffs
Season Club                          League            GP     G       A Pts       PIM    GP       G     A Pts PIM
2005-06 St. Michaels                 OPJHL              48   29      44     73     44     25      8    10    18     16
2006-07 St. Michaels                 OPJHL              37   23      27     50     45     20     14    19    33      8
            Canada East              WJAC                4    1       3      4      2
2007-08 Michigan                     CCHA               33   12       9     21     18
2008-09 Michigan                     CCHA               41   24      25     49     30
2009-10 Michigan                     CCHA               45   21      22     43     26
2010-11 Michigan                     CCHA               41   11      20     31     22
                                                                                 2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                 Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                               Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
2 - JARED COWEN, defence, shoots right, 6-5, 226 lbs.
Born: Jan. 25, 1991 (Saskatoon, Sask.) Drafted: 2009 – Ottawa’s first-round pick (ninth overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his final year of CHL eligibility with the
Spokane Chiefs (WHL), tallying 48 points (18 goals, 30 assists) in 58 games and serving as team captain for the second season ... Set
major junior career highs in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes (91) ... Ranked second among Chiefs defencemen and sixth in
overall team scoring … Led Chiefs defencemen and was tied for second among all Spokane players in post-season points (14) while
leading the Chiefs in playoff assists (12) … Earned a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in
Buffalo, N.Y. … Was assigned to Binghamton (AHL) following Spokane’s semifinal elimination from the WHL playoffs, where he
recorded four assists in helping the B-Sens capture the Calder Cup … Earned his first professional point (an assist) on his first shift
with Binghamton in an eventual 3-0 Game 6 win at Portland in the Atlantic Division final on May 6. 2009-10: Completed his third
season with Spokane, registering 30 points (eight goals, 22 assists) in 59 games ... Ranked first (tie) among Chiefs defencemen in
goals, first among defencemen and second (tie) among Chiefs in plus/minus (+23) ... Earned a silver medal with Team Canada at the
2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan ... Made his NHL debut with the Senators on 4/8/10 at Tampa Bay. 2008-09:
Suffered a knee injury in January, ending his WHL season … Selected to play in the CHL Top Prospects game. 2007-08: Helped the
Chiefs to the Memorial Cup (CHL) championship title, scoring an empty-net goal in the final against Kitchener … Led all rookie
defencemen in plus/minus (+28) and was named the team’s rookie of the year … Was an alternate captain for Team Canada at the
2008 Under-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament.
                                                           Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                          League           GP      G     A Pts         PIM    GP     G        A Pts PIM
2006-07 Spokane                      WHL                6     0     2      2         2     6     0       1    1      6
2007-08 Spokane                      WHL              68      4    14     18        62    21     1       3    4     17
2008-09 Spokane                      WHL              48      7    14     21        45     -     -        -   -       -
2009-10 Spokane                      WHL              59      8    22     30        74     7     1       1    2      8
             Canada                  WJC-U20            6     0     1      1         2
             Ottawa                  NHL                1     0     0      0         2     -     -        -   -       -
2010-11 Spokane                      WHL              58     18    30     48        91    17     2      12   14     16
             Canada                  WJC-U20            7     1     0      1         0
           Binghamton              AHL               0      0      0     0        0    10      0      4     4       0

54 - COREY COWICK, left wing, shoots left, 6-3, 208 lbs.
Born: Aug. 1, 1989 (Gloucester, Ont.) Drafted: 2009 – Ottawa’s sixth-round pick (160th overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Split his first professional campaign between the
Elmira Jackals (ECHL) and Binghamton Senators (AHL) … Made his professional debut with Binghamton on Oct. 16 at Syracuse …
Recorded his first point (an assist) and the first multi-point (two assists) game of his AHL career on Feb. 23 in a 4-1 home win over
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton ... Tallied his first AHL goal in an eventual 3-2 SO loss vs. Rochester on Feb. 26. 2009-10: Sustained a
shoulder injury in an Ottawa 67’s (OHL) exhibition game at Kingston on 8/30/09, which limited him to 27 regular-season contests ...
Made his regular-season debut on 1/8/10 vs. Belleville, scoring once in a 5-1 Ottawa victory ... Upon return from injury, appeared in
team’s remaining 27 regular-season games and all 12 playoff contests ... Scored four goals, including the game-winner and two
shorthanded markers, as the 67’s eliminated Niagara in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final series on 3/28/10 ... Ranked
first among 67’s in post-season goals (nine) and penalty minutes (tie) while finishing third in overall team scoring with 12 points.
                                                              Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                          League             GP       G     A Pts        PIM    GP      G       A Pts PIM
2006-07 Oshawa                       OHL                 67      4     4       8      54     9     0       0     0      2
2007-08 Oshawa                       OHL                 63     11    14      25      79    15     1       1     2     22
2008-09 Ottawa                       OHL                 68     34    26      60      48     7     7       2     9     14
2009-10 Ottawa                       OHL                 27     15     6      21      33    12     9       3   12      27
2010-11 Elmira                       ECHL                31      5     9      14      76      -     -       -    -       -
           Binghamton                AHL                 30      1     3       4      20      -     -       -    -       -
                                                                                  2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                  Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
50 - JAKUB CULEK, left wing, shoots left, 6-3, 180 lbs.
Born: Sept. 7, 1992 (Klatovy, Czech Rep.) Drafted: 2010 – Ottawa’s third-round pick (76th overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his second major junior season with the
Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL), registering 22 points (seven goals, 15 assists) in 55 games … Ranked third (tie) among Oceanic with two
post-season assists in opening round vs. Gatineau … Recorded two points in 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y.,
including a goal vs. Slovakia in relegation play on Jan. 4. 2009-10: Made his major junior career debut with Rimouski, tallying 47 points
(13 goals, 34 assists) and 54 penalty minutes ... Finished second among Oceanic rookies (and tied for fifth among league rookies)
while ranking seventh (tie) in overall team scoring ... Ranked sixth on his team in assists ... Was second among team rookies and third
among league rookies in assists ... Finished third among Oceanic with six post-season goals. 2008-09: Began the season with HC
Plzen’s U18 club before being recalled to the U20 team ... Established new Czech-U18 career highs in goals ... Notched five points
(three goals, two assists) in 12 games in his first (partial) season in the Czech-U20 league ... Recorded one assist while appearing in
all six games for the Czech Republic at the 2009 IIHF World U18 Hockey Championship in Fargo, N.D. 2007-08: Made his Czech-U18
debut with HC Plzen, recording 34 points (12 goals, 22 assists) and 76 penalty minutes.
                                                              Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                          League            GP        G     A Pts       PIM    GP      G      A Pts PIM
2007-08 HC Plzen U18                 Czech-U18          44      12    22     34     76        -     -     -    -      -
2008-09 HC Plzen U18                 Czech-U18          29      15    16     31     98        -     -     -    -      -
            HC Plzen U20             Czech-U20          12       3     2      5     10        -     -     -    -      -
            Czech Republic           WJC-U18              6      0     1      1      4
2009-10 Rimouski                     QMJHL              63      13    34     47     54     12      6     3     9      4
2010-11 Rimouski                     QMJHL              55       7    15     22     37       5     0     2     2      2
            Czech-Republic           WJC-U20              6      1     1      2      0

24 - STEPHANE DA COSTA, centre, shoots left, 5-11, 183 lbs.
Born: July 11, 1989 (Paris) Acquired: Signed as a collegiate free agent by the Senators on March 31.

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Signed as an undrafted collegiate free agent by the
Senators on March 31 ... Made his NHL debut on April 2 against Toronto, recording 11:22 of ice time and one shot on goal ... In doing
so, he became the sixth native of France to play in the NHL and first with the Senators ... Completed his sophomore season with the
Merrimack College Warriors (Hockey East), matching his collegiate career high in points (45) and setting a new career high in assists
(31) while appearing in 33 of his team's 39 games ... Was named to Hockey East's second all-star team for the second consecutive
year ... Ranked second among all Hockey East players in points per game average (1.36) ... Named to the all-New England team on
March 30 … Recorded one point (one assist) in five games while representing France at the 2011 IIHF World Hockey Championship in
Slovakia. 2009-10: Made his collegiate debut with Merrimack College and led his team in scoring with 45 points … Became the first
player in Merrimack’s history to be recognized as the NCAA Rookie of the Year … Ranked first among all NCAA rookies, fourth among
Hockey East players and eighth among NCAA players with a 1.32 points per game average … Became the first five-time Hockey East
Rookie of the Month … Was the first freshman in NCAA history to score a natural hat trick en route to a five-goal game that included
his first career marker on 10/17/09 against Army. It was only his second NCAA game … Led all Warriors with a +12 rating … Tied for
the Team France lead in scoring in registering three points (one goal, two assists) in five games at the 2010 IIHF World Hockey
Championship in Germany. 2008-09: Ranked first among Sioux City (USHL) Musketeers, and was fifth in overall league scoring, with
67 points (31 goals, 36 assists) in 48 games.
                                                          Regular season                          Playoffs
Season Club                          League          GP      G      A Pts        PIM      GP     G      A Pts PIM
2008-09 Sioux City                   USHL             48    31     36     67      23         -    -      -      -    -
             France                  WC                6     0      2       2        0
2009-10 Merrimack College            HE               34    16     29     45      41
             France                  WC                5     1      2       3     14
2010-11 Merrimack College            HE               33    14     31     45      42
             Ottawa                  NHL               4     0      0       0        0       -    -      -      -    -
             France                  WC                5     0      1       1        6
                                                                                  2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                  Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
52 - JORDAN FRANSOO, defence, shoots right, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Born: April 25, 1993 (North Battleford, Sask.) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s first seventh-round pick (186th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Competed in his first full season of major junior hockey
with the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL), registering 18 points (six goals, 12 assists) and 72 penalty minutes ... Scored his first career
WHL goal on Sept. 29 at Moose Jaw ... Ranked third among Wheat King rookies (and second among team defencemen) in scoring ...
Appeared in each of his team’s six post-season contests in an opening-round series defeat against Medicine Hat. 2009-10: Made his
major junior career and Western Hockey League debuts with Brandon, skating in each of the team’s opening-round post-season
games against Saskatoon.
                                                         Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                        League          GP      G     A Pts         PIM    GP      G       A Pts PIM
2009-10 Brandon                    WHL               0      0    0      0         0     4     0       0      0     0
2010-11 Brandon                    WHL              63      6   12     18       72      6     0       1      1     6

63 - JOSH GODFREY, Defence, Shoots right, 6-1, 210 lbs.
Born: Jan. 15, 1988 (Collingwood, Ont.) Acquired: Signed to a one year, two-way AHL (B-Sens) contract on Aug. 23.

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Spent the majority of the season with the South Carolina
Stingrays (ECHL), registering professional career highs in games played (49), goals (15) and points (27) ... Appeared in seven
American Hockey League contests (three with Hershey and four with Chicago), recording one point (one assist) over that span. 2009-
10: Was limited to 29 regular-season ECHL contests with South Carolina due to a shoulder injury ... Also appeared in two AHL games
with Hershey.
                                                          Regular season                       Playoffs
Season Club                        League           GP       G    A Pts        PIM     GP     G       A Pts PIM
2006-07 Sault Ste. Marie           OHL               68     24   33    57       80     13      9      5      14    18
2007-08 Sault Ste. Marie           OHL               60     17   34    51       61     14      5      1       6    20
           Hershey                 AHL                -       -    -     -        -      1     0      0       0     0
2008-09 Hershey                    AHL               13      0    6      6      21       -     -       -      -     -
           South Carolina          ECHL              37      5   20    25       30       6     1      3       4    10
2009-10 Hershey                    AHL                2      0    0      0        0      -     -       -      -     -
           South Carolina          ECHL              29      5   11    16       20       1     0      0       0     2
2010-11 Hershey                    AHL                3      0    0      0        2      -     -       -      -     -
           South Carolina          ECHL              49     15   12    27       24       -     -       -      -     -
           Chicago                 AHL                4      0    1      1        0      -     -       -      -     -

57 - DEREK GRANT, centre, shoots left, 6-3, 196 lbs.
Born: April 20, 1990 (Abbotsford, B.C.) Drafted: 2008 – Ottawa’s second fourth-round pick (119th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his collegiate career in playing his sophomore
season with the Michigan State Spartans (CCHA), tallying 33 points (eight goals, 25 assists) in 38 games … Established new
collegiate career highs in assists, points and penalty minutes (44) … Appeared in each of his team’s games for the second
consecutive season … Led the Spartans in scoring for the first time … Signed an entry-level contract with the Senators on March 10
and concluded his season with Binghamton (AHL), where he made his professional debut in the B-Sens’ 8-3 loss at Norfolk on March
11 … Registered his first professional point (an assist) in his second game with Binghamton in a 3-1 win at Charlotte on March 12 …
Appeared in each of the B-Sens’ seven games of their Atlantic Division semifinal series vs. Manchester and scored the game-winning
goal in overtime of Game 2 to tie the series. 2009-10: Made his collegiate debut with Michigan State, finishing second in team scoring
with 30 points (12 goals, 18 assists) while appearing in each of the team’s 38 games ... Played his first game (contributing one goal
and one assist) in a 6-1 victory over Clarkson on 10/9/09 ... Earned an assist on the Spartans’ first goal of the season ... Tallied the
game-winning goal in his first pre-season game with Michigan State in a 5-2 win over Western Ontario on 10/5/09 ... Named CCHA
rookie of the week on 10/12/09 and was also named the CCHA rookie of the month for October after registering points in his first six
collegiate games, including three multi-point efforts in his first three contests with MSU ... Shared the MSU hockey Outstanding Rookie
Award with teammate Torey Krug ... Received CCHA Honourable Mention selection to the conference’s all-rookie team. 2008-09:
Ranked third in team scoring for Langley (BCHL) despite playing in only 35 of his team’s 60 regular-season games due to injury …
Finished first (tie) among Chiefs in assists (35) and fourth in goals (25) … Ranked third on the team with three game-winning goals …
Finished third (tie) in team playoff scoring. 2007-08: Played 57 games for Langley and ranked second in team scoring … Named
Chiefs’ rookie of the year.
                                                             Regular season                          Playoffs
Season Club                           League          GP         G      A Pts        PIM   GP       G     A Pts PIM
2007-08 Langley                       BCHL             57       24     39    63        44   12      5      5    10    15
2008-09 Langley                       BCHL             35       25     35    60        22     4     1      2     3    2
2009-10 Michigan State                CCHA             38       12     18    30        10
2010-11 Michigan State                CCHA             38        8     25    33        44
            Binghamton                AHL              14        1      5     6         0     7     1     1      2     2
                                                                                    2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                    Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                  Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
62 - ERIC GRYBA, Defence, Shoots right, 6-4, 222 lbs.
Born: April 14, 1988 (Saskatoon, Sask.) Drafted: 2006 – Ottawa’s first third-round pick (68th overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Competed in his first full season of professional
hockey with Binghamton (AHL), tallying seven points (three goals, four assists) in 66 games … Ranked second among B-Sens in
penalty minutes (133) … Skated in the team’s final 10 post-season contests after returning from injury to help the B-Sens capture the
Calder Cup. 2009-10: Completed his collegiate career with the Boston University Terriers (Hockey East), tallying a collegiate career
high 10 points (four goals, six assists) while appearing in each of his team’s games for the second consecutive season ... Set new
collegiate highs in goals, points and penalty minutes (118) while matching his career high in assists ... Recorded first career
shorthanded goal in a 7-3 win over Massachusetts on 1/2/10 ... Matched BU’s single-season high for penalty minutes ... Concluded
collegiate career as Terriers’ all-time leader with 354 penalty minutes ... Signed an entry-level contract with the Senators on 3/31/10 ...
Made his professional debut with the Binghamton on 4/2/10 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton ... Recorded his first professional point (and
goal) in a 3-2 B-Sens’ victory at Adirondack on 4/9/10. 2008-09: Set new collegiate highs in assists, points and penalty minutes …
Helped the Terriers capture the 2009 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship … Appeared in each of his team’s games for the first
time in his collegiate career … Registered his first collegiate multi-point game with two assists in a 5-3 home win vs. UMass-Lowell on
2/6/09 … Ranked seventh (tie) among all Terriers in plus/minus (+21). 2007-08: Led Boston University in penalty minutes (54) ...
Tallied his only goal of the season in BU’s first win of the year on 11/1/07 at Providence. 2006-07: Led Boston University in penalty
minutes (76) … Named to Hockey East Honour Roll on 1/22/07. 2005-06: Selected to play in the USHL all-star game.
                                                              Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                           League           GP       G     A Pts        PIM    GP       G      A Pts PIM
2005-06 Green Bay                     USHL              56      3    12      15    205       3      1     1       2    27
2006-07 Boston University             HE                38      1      3      4      76
2007-08 Boston University             HE                32      1      1      2      54
2008-09 Boston University             HE                45      0      6      6    106
2009-10 Boston University             HE                38      4      6     10    118
            Binghamton                AHL                 6     1      0      1       2      -      -      -      -     -
2010-11 Binghamton                    AHL               66      3      4      7    133     10       0     1       1    26

53 - WACEY HAMILTON, right wing, shoots left, 5-11, 173 lbs.
Born: Sept. 10, 1990 (Cochrane, Alta.) Acquired: Signed to a three-year entry-level contract on March 8.

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his final year of CHL eligibility with the
Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL), tallying 73 points (20 goals, 53 assists) in 67 games and serving as team captain for the second season
… Established new major junior career highs in assists, points and penalty minutes (113) … Ranked third in team scoring and penalty
minutes. 2009-10: Established new WHL career highs in all major statistical categories in his first season as team captain with
Medicine Hat … Ranked second in team scoring in both the regular season and playoffs (tied for second) … Represented Team WHL
in the Subway Super Series and scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 WHL victory in the fifth game of the series on 11/26/09 in
Victoria, B.C. … Was named the WHL Boston Pizza Player of the Week on 12/14/09 after recording 11 points (two goals, nine assists)
and a +5 rating over a five game span (five Medicine Hat wins).
                                                          Regular season                          Playoffs
Season Club                        League           GP      G      A Pts       PIM     GP        G      A Pts PIM
2007-08 Medicine Hat               WHL              63     13     19      32     95      5       1      0     1     6
2008-09 Medicine Hat               WHL              37       4    13      17     64     11       1      3     4    24
2009-10 Medicine Hat               WHL              67     24     47      71    100     12       3      5     8    23
2010-11 Medicine Hat               WHL              67     20     53      73    113     15       4      8    12    20

6 - DARREN KRAMER, left wing, shoots right, 6-1, 206 lbs.
Born: Nov. 19, 1991 (Peace River, Alta.) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s first sixth-round pick (156th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Made his major junior career debut with the Spokane
Chiefs (WHL), tallying 14 points (eight goals, six assists) and a league-high 306 penalty minutes in 58 games ... Played his first major
junior game and registered his first point (and goal) on Oct. 6 at Kamloops ... Was first among Chiefs rookies (and fifth among all
Spokane players) with five post-season goals while appearing in each of the team’s 17 playoff contests. 2009-10: Tallied 30 points (19
goals, 11 assists) and a league-high 311 penalty minutes in 58 games with the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Grande Prairie Storm.
                                                             Regular season                      Playoffs
Season Club                         League            GP       G      A Pts      PIM      GP    G      A Pts PIM
2008-09 Grande Prairie              AJHL               38      4      0     4    220       14    1      0     1     45
2009-10 Grande Prairie              AJHL               58     19     11   30     311        9    2      2     4     23
2010-11 Spokane                     WHL                68      8      6   14     306       17    5      3     8     21
                                                                                   2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                   Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                 Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
40 - ROBIN LEHNER, Goaltender, catches left, 6-4, 225 lbs.
Born: July 24, 1991 (Gothenburg, Sweden) Drafted: 2009 – Ottawa’s second second-round pick (46th overall)

2011-12: Attending his third Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Competed in his first full season of professional hockey,
primarily with Binghamton (AHL), but was also recalled to Ottawa (NHL) on five occasions … Made his NHL debut by playing the
opening 4:42 of the third period at Montreal on Oct. 16, , making three saves on three shots … Became the youngest goalie to start a
game in Senators franchise history on Jan. 13 at the N.Y. Islanders and made 20 saves in a 6-4 Ottawa victory to record his first NHL
win … Earned 14 of the B-Sens’ 16 post-season wins in goal and was awarded the American Hockey League’s Jack Butterfield Trophy
as playoff MVP after helping the B-Sens capture the Calder Cup … Registered three playoff shutouts … Helped Team Sweden reach
the bronze-medal game at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y. … Recognized as Team Sweden’s player of the
game following a 2-0 win and 30-save shutout performance vs. Russia on Dec. 28. 2009-10: Made his major junior career debut with
the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) and was the goaltender of record for 27 of the team’s 36 victories ... Ranked sixth (tie) among
OHL goaltenders in wins and first (tie) with five shutouts ... Set a new Greyhounds franchise record for shutout victories ... Was twice
recognized as the CHL goaltender of the week (for the periods ending 11/22/09 and 1/31/10) and was named the OHL goaltender of
the month for December ... Represented Sault Ste. Marie as a Western Conference all-star ... Co-winner of Greyhounds’ most
valuable player award ... Signed an entry-level contract with the Senators on 3/31/10 and concluded the season with Binghamton ...
Made his professional debut with the B-Sens in a 6-5 win at Adirondack on 4/9/10, making 21 saves. 2008-09: Appeared in 22 games
for Frölunda HC Jr. … Made 20 saves to record a shutout win in his first game with Sweden at the 2009 IIHF World U18 Hockey
Championship -- a 7-0 victory over the Czech Republic on 4/9/09. 2007-08: Won the Under-20 (Swe-Jr.) league championship with
Frölunda.
                                                                Regular season                                Playoffs
Season Club                         League         GP     W      L T      Min GA SO Avg           GP W        L      Min GA        Avg
2007-08 Frölunda HC                 SweU18         11       -    -    -      -   -     - 1.00       -     -   -          -     -       -
            Frölunda HC             U18-A           8       -    -    -      -   -     - 2.83       4     -   -          -     -   3.70
2008-09 Frölunda HC                 U18-A           2       -    -    -      -   -     - 2.56       7     -   -          -     -   2.60
            Frölunda HC             Swe-Jr         22       -    -    - 1,318    -     - 3.05       1     -   -          -     -   3.08
            Sweden                  WJC-U18         4      2     2 0      236 11       1 2.80
2009-10 Sault Ste. Marie            OHL            47    27 13 3 2,574 120             5 2.80       5 1       4      279 20        4.29
            Binghamton              AHL             2      2     0 0      120    6     0 3.00       -     -   -          -     -       -
2010-11 Binghamton                  AHL            22    10      8 2 1,246 56          3 2.70     19 14       4 1,112 39           2.10
            Ottawa                  NHL             8      1     4 0      341 20       0 3.52       -     -   -          -     -       -
            Sweden                  WJC             3      1     1 1      195    9     1 2.77

32 - MATEJ MACHOVSKY , Goaltender, catches left, 6-2, 187 lbs.
Born: July 25, 1993 (Opava, Czech Rep.) Acquired: Amateur tryout

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Made his major junior career debut with the Guelph
Storm (OHL) on Sept. 25 in a game at Owen Sound ... Earned his first OHL win (in his second career game) in making 51 saves in a
first-star performance in a 4-1 win at Brampton on Oct. 24 ... Was traded to Brampton on Dec. 1 and earned four wins over his first five
games with the Battalion ... Recorded one shutout, making 32 saves in a 8-0 Brampton win at London on Jan. 7 ... Became the first
goaltender in Battalion history to be presented with the OHL’s F.W. Moore Trophy, in recognition of being the first-year goaltender with
the league’s lowest goals-against average (2.90).
                                                              Regular season                                Playoffs
Season Club                          League      GP      W     L OT     Min GA SO Avg           GP W        L       Min GA       Avg
2010-11 Guelph                       OHL           5      2    2 0      234 16      0 4. 10        -    -    -         -     -       -
             Brampton                OHL         18       5 11 2 1,088 48           1 2. 65       2 0       0         64    3    2.80

36 - STEFAN NOESEN, right wing, shoots right, 6-1, 194 lbs.
Born: Feb. 12, 1993 (Plano, Tex.) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s second first-round pick (21st overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament... Was a roster invitee for USA Hockey’s National Junior Team
evaluation camp, held in August in Lake Placid, N.Y. 2010-11: Completed his second season of major junior hockey with the Ontario
Hockey League’s Plymouth Whalers, registering new major junior career highs in all statistical categories ... Was the only Whaler to
appear in each of his team’s 68 games ... Led Plymouth in scoring in the regular season while ranking second with 11 points (six
goals, five assists) in 11 post-season contests ... Ranked 27th in the OHL in points ... Registered a major junior career high with five
points (two goals, three assists) in a 7-3 win over Sarnia on Feb. 5. 2009-10: Made his major junior debut with Plymouth (OHL) on
9/17/09 at Windsor and tallied his first point (an assist) in his second major junior game on 9/19/09 against Oshawa.
                                                              Regular season                       Playoffs
Season Club                          League            GP        G     A Pts        PIM   GP      G     A Pts PIM
2009-10 Plymouth                     OHL                33       3     5     8         4     -     -     -      -      -
2010-11 Plymouth                     OHL                68      34    43    77        80   11      6    5     11      16
                                                                                  2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                  Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
22 - JEAN-GABRIEL PAGEAU, centre, shoots right, 5-9, 165 lbs.
Born: Nov. 11, 1992 (Ottawa) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s fourth-round pick (96th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Completed his second season of major junior hockey with
the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Gatineau Olympiques, registering new major junior career highs in all statistical categories
... Led the Olympiques in regular-season scoring while tying for the team lead in post-season points with 29 (13 goals, 16 assists) ...
Appeared in each of the team’s 24 playoff contests as the Olympiques reached the QMJHL final ... Ranked 15th (tie) and third (tie) in
league regular season and post-season scoring respectively ... Was the third-ever Olympique drafted by the Senators. 2009-10: Made
his major junior and QMJHL debut with Gatineau, recording 31 points (16 goals, 15 assists) and 20 penalty minutes in 62 games ...
Played his first major junior game and recorded his first point (and goal) at Baie-Comeau on 9/11/09. Ranked third among Gatineau
rookies in points and was seventh in overall team scoring.
                                                           Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                         League           GP       G      A Pts        PIM   GP      G      A Pts PIM
2009-10 Gatineau                    QMJHL             62     16     15     31       20    4     1      0      1      0
2010-11 Gatineau                    QMJHL             67     32     47     79       22   24    13     16    29     20

20 - ANDRE PETERSSON, right wing, shoots left, 5-9, 172 lbs.
Born: Sept. 11, 1990 (Olofstrom, Sweden) Drafted: 2008 – Ottawa’s first fourth-round pick (109th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Appeared in 31 contests, recording 12 points, in his
second season with HV 71 (SEL) before sustaining an injury in mid-January which sidelined him for the remainder of the campaign …
Signed an entry level contract with the Senators on April 8. 2009-10: Completed his first full season in the Swedish Elite League with
HV 71, tallying 15 points (10 goals, five assists) while appearing in 37 games ... Helped HV earn regular season and league
championship titles ... Led Sweden with 11 points and tied for tournament lead with eight goals in earning a bronze medal at the 2010
IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan ... Recorded a hat trick in the bronze-medal game victory over Switzerland ...
Ranked first among all Swedish players with two power-play goals and was fourth in team plus/minus (+8). 2008-09: Appeared in 36
games for HV 71 Jr., recording career highs in goals (24), assists (31) and points (55) at that level … Made his professional debut with
HV 71, playing 10 games and registering one point (an assist) … Earned a silver medal with Team Sweden at the 2009 IIHF World
Junior Championship in Ottawa … Ranked second among all Team Sweden players in goals (three) and fourth (tie) in points (six) …
Named Team Sweden’s player of the game after tallying two goals on 12/31/08 vs. Russia … 2007-08: Skated in 36 games for HV 71
Jr. … Helped Sweden reach the bronze-medal game at the 2008 U18 World Junior Championship in Russia … Ranked first (tie) in
Team Sweden scoring, first in goals (tie) and second in assists (tie). 2006-07: Won the bronze medal with Sweden at the 2007 U18
World Junior Championship in Finland.
                                                            Regular season                         Playoffs
Season Club                         League             GP     G       A Pts        PIM   GP       G     A Pts PIM
2007-08 HV 71 U18                   U18                  3     4      5     9        4      -      -      -    -      -
            HV 71 U20               Swe-Jr              36   16      22    38       34      -      -      -    -      -
            Sweden                  WJC-U18              6     4      4     8        2
2008-09 HV 71 U20                   Swe-Jr.             36   24      31    55       28      7      7     4    11      8
            HV 71                   SEL                 10     0      1     1        0      -      -      -    -      -
            Sweden                  WJC-U20              6     3      3     6        2
2009-10 HV 71                       SEL                 37   10       5    15       14      6      0     1     1      2
            Sweden                  WJC-U20              6     8      3    11        4
2010-11 HV 71                       SEL                 31     8      4    12       18      -      -      -    -      -

10 - SHANE PRINCE, left wing, shoots left, 5-11, 183 lbs.
Born: Nov. 16, 1992 (Spencerport, N.Y.) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s second-round pick (61st overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament... Was a roster invitee for USA Hockey’s National Junior Team
evaluation camp, held in August in Lake Placid, N.Y. 2010-11: Competed in his third season of major junior hockey with the Ottawa
67’s (OHL), registering new career highs in goals (25), assists (63) and points (88) ... Ranked fourth in the OHL in assists and ranked
10th (tie) in overall league scoring ... Led the 67’s in assists and was second in team scoring ... W as limited to three post-season
contests and contributed one goal in an opening-round defeat against Sudbury. 2009-10: Split the season between the Kitchener
Rangers (OHL) and Ottawa, totalling 30 points (15 goals, 15 assists) and a major junior career-high 48 penalty minutes in 65 games ...
Registered four points (two goals, two assists) in 12 post-season contests. 2008-09: Made his major junior career debut with the
Kitchener Rangers (OHL) at the age of 15 – the league’s youngest player ... Played his first major junior game in the Rangers’ season
opening contest on 9/19/08 against Plymouth and registered his first point (an assist) on 10/30/08 at Barrie.
                                                              Regular season                         Playoffs
Season Club                           League            GP       G     A Pts        PIM   GP        G      A Pts PIM
2008-09 Kitchener                     OHL                63      3     9    12       34      -       -      -     -       -
2009-10 Kitchener                     OHL                39      8     9    17       32      -       -      -     -       -
             Ottawa                   OHL                26      7     6    13       13    12       2      2      4      4
2010-11 Ottawa                        OHL                59     25    63    88       18     3       1      0      1      0
                                                                                   2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                   Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                 Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
3 - MATT PUEMPEL, left wing, shoots left, 6-1, 202 lbs.
Born: Jan. 24, 1993 (Essex, Ont.) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s third first-round pick (24th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament... Was a roster invitee for Canada’s National Junior Team
development camp, held in August in Edmonton and Fort McMurray, Alta. 2010-11: Completed his second season of major junior
hockey with the Ontario Hockey League’s Peterborough Petes, registering new major junior career highs in goals (34), assists (35),
points (69) and penalty minutes (49) ... Led Peterborough in scoring ... Ranked 40th (tie) in the OHL in points ... Tallied at least one
point in nine consecutive games from Dec. 9 to Jan. 6. The point streak included seven multi-point games and 18 total points ...
Missed the final 11 games of the season due to a hip injury. 2009-10: Made his major junior debut with Peterborough (OHL) on 9/17/09
against Brampton and tallied his first point (and goal) of his major junior career on 9/25/09 at Oshawa ... Registered a major junior
career high with six points (three goals, three assists) in a 10-3 win over Oshawa on March 13 ... Led all OHL rookies in scoring while
ranking second among Petes in points ... Was recognized with the Emms Family Award as the top OHL rookie and was also presented
with the CHL Rookie of the Year Award.
                                                             Regular season                         Playoffs
Season Club                         League            GP        G     A Pts         PIM    GP      G     A Pts PIM
2009-10 Peterborough                OHL                59      33    31     64       43      4     1     1      2        6
2010-11 Peterborough                OHL                55      34    35     69       49      -      -     -     -        -

7 - DAVID RUNDBLAD, defence, shoots left, 6-2, 189 lbs.
Born: Oct. 8, 1990 (Lycksele, Sweden) Drafted: 2009 – St. Louis’ first-round pick (17th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Acquired by the Senators from St. Louis on 6/25/10 in
exchange for Ottawa’s first-round selection (16th overall) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft … Completed his third full season with Skelleftea
HC of the Swedish Elite League, recording 50 points (11 goals, 39 assists) in 55 games … Established SEL career highs in games,
goals, assists and points while matching his career high with 14 penalty minutes … Was one of three Skelleftea players to appear in
all of the team’s games … Ranked first among defencemen and was third in both SEL and overall team scoring … Ranked first in SEL
assists … Helped Skelleftea reach the SEL final … Was presented with the Borje Salming Trophy after being selected as the top
defencemen in the SEL … Appeared in four games in helping Team Sweden earn a silver medal at the 2011 IIHF World Hockey
Championship in Slovakia. 2009-10: Played 47 games for Skelleftea (SEL), registering 13 points (one goal, 12 assists) in 47 contests
…Helped Sweden earn a bronze medal at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan … Was an alternate captain for
Sweden .... Signed an entry level contract with St. Louis on 6/10/10. 2008-09: Competed in the first full season of his SEL career with
Skelleftea, registering 10 points (10 assists) in 45 games … Scored the first goal of his professional SEL career in a playoff contest vs.
Linkoping on 3/14/10 … Helped Sweden earn a silver medal at the 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship in Ottawa.
                                                            Regular season                        Playoffs
Season Club                          League            GP      G     A Pts       PIM      GP      G     A Pts PIM
2007-08 Skelleftea HC                SEL                6      0     0     0        2       -      -     -     -      -
2008-09 Skelleftea HC                SEL               45      0    10   10         8      10     1     1     2      2
             Sweden                  WJC-U20            6      1     1     2        0
2009-10 Skelleftea HC                SEL               47      1    12   13        14      12     0     1     1      2
             Sweden                  WJC-U20            6      1     4     5        2
2010-11 Skelleftea HC                SEL               55    11     39   50        14      18     3     7 10        20
             Sweden                  WC                 4      0     1     1        2

60 - MARK STONE, right wing, shoots right, 6-3, 202 lbs.
Born: May 13, 1992 (Winnipeg) Drafted: 2010 – Ottawa’s sixth-round pick (178th overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament... Was a roster invitee for Canada’s National Junior Team
development camp, held in August in Alberta. 2010-11: Completed his third season of major junior hockey with the Brandon Wheat
Kings (WHL), tallying 106 points (37 goals, 69 assists) in 71 contests … Established new major junior career highs in all major
statistical categories … Led the Wheat Kings in assists and points in the regular season and finished tied for the team lead in post-
season scoring with 10 points … Finished tied for third among all WHL players in scoring … Was recognized as the WHL Player of the
Week on Feb. 21 after recording 13 points (four goals, nine assists) with a +6 rating over the span of three Brandon contests (three
Wheat Kings wins) … Recorded a career-high six points (two goals, four assists) to lift Brandon to a 7-4 win over Saskatoon on Feb.
15 … Registered an 18-game point scoring streak from Jan. 26 to March 9 (40 points) … Named a WHL first team all-star. 2009-10:
Completed his second season of major junior hockey with Brandon, tallying 28 points (11 goals, 17 assists) while being limited to only
39 regular season games due to injury ... Ranked ninth (tie) in team scoring ... Appeared in each of his team’s 15 post-season
contests and all five Memorial Cup games ... Helped the Wheat Kings reach the Memorial Cup final vs. Windsor. 2008-09: Made his
CHL debut with Brandon, appearing in 56 games ... Played his first game and recorded his first WHL point (an assist) in a 4-3 Wheat
Kings SO win at Regina on 9/21/08 ... Led Brandon rookies in scoring while finishing seventh among Wheat Kings in goals.
                                                           Regular season                         Playoffs
Season Club                        League           GP       G      A Pts         PIM   GP       G      A Pts PIM
2008-09 Brandon                    WHL               56     17     22    39        27    12      1      3      4      4
2009-10 Brandon                    WHL               39     11     17    28        25    15      1      3      4      4
2010-11 Brandon                    WHL               71     37     69 106          28      6     1      9    10       4
                                                                                   2011-12 Ottawa Senators
                                                                   Rookie camp and tournament - Sept. 9-13
                                                                                 Ottawa and Oshawa, Ont.
46 - PATRICK WIERCIOCH, defence, shoots left, 6-4, 200 lbs.
Born: Sept. 12, 1990 (Burnaby, B.C.) Drafted: 2008 – Ottawa’s second-round pick (42nd overall)

2011-12: Attending his second Senators rookie camp and tournament. 2010-11: Made his professional debut with Binghamton (AHL)
and was also recalled to Ottawa (NHL) on two occasions … Made his NHL debut on March 22 at Carolina, recording 9:23 of ice time
… Registered the first point (an assist) of his NHL career on March 27 at Atlanta … Recorded 18 points (four goals, 14 assists) in 67
AHL games … Made his professional debut with the B-Sens in the team’s season-opening game on Oct. 8 vs. Adirondack and scored
his first professional goal in a 5-1 Binghamton win in that contest … Registered one point (one assist) while appearing in 15 post-
season games in helping the B-Sens capture the Calder Cup. 2009-10: Completed his sophomore season with the University of
Denver Pioneers (WCHA), tallying 27 points (six goals, 21 assists) in 39 games ... Ranked first among Pioneer defencemen and was
fifth in overall team scoring ... Finished third among WCHA defencemen in points ... Named to the All-WCHA first team ... Recognized
as Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week for the period ending 1/5/10 ... Earned WCHA athlete-scholar status for achieving
GPA of 3.5 or better ... Was invited to Canada’s National Junior Team selection camp ... Signed an entry level contract with the
Senators on 4/1/10. 2008-09: Made his collegiate debut with Denver, playing his first game on 10/11/08 vs. Notre Dame … Recorded
his first collegiate goal (and point) in the Pioneers’ 5-2 win over the Fighting Irish that evening … Registered his first multi-point
collegiate game (two goals, one assist) in the Pioneers’ second game of the season on 10/17/08 vs. Wisconsin … Ranked second in
assists (23), second in power-play goals (eight) and third in points (35) … Ranked second among all NCAA defencemen and was third
among all NCAA rookies in scoring … Led all rookie NCAA defencemen (and was third among all NCAA defencemen) in goals (12) …
Tallied a career-high four points (one goal, three assists) in a 5-0 win at Wisconsin on 2/21/09 … Was recognized as the Red Baron
WCHA Rookie of the Week for the period ending 3/3/09 … Named to the Red Baron WCHA Final Five All-Tournament Team …
Named to the All-WCHA Rookie Team … Was a co-recipient of the Barry Sharp Memorial Award presented to Denver’s top freshman.
2007-08: Played 40 games in his first season with Omaha (USHL) … Appeared in each of the team’s 14 post-season games …
Helped Omaha capture the Anderson Cup as regular-season USHL champion … Missed 20 games after sustaining a thumb injury in
late November … Ranked first (tie) in playoff assists (nine) and second in points (12). 2006-07: Skated in 42 games with Burnaby of
the BCHL … Named Express’ rookie of the year.
                                                              Regular season                          Playoffs
Season Club                            League           GP       G     A Pts          PIM    GP      G     A Pts PIM
2006-07 Burnaby                        BCHL              42      9    16     25        46       -     -     -     -        -
2007-08 Omaha                          USHL              40      3    18     21        24     14     2     9    11       22
2008-09 Denver                         WCHA              36     12    23     35        26
2009-10 Denver                         WCHA              39      6    21     27        34
2010-11 Binghamton                     AHL               67      4    14     18        25     15     0     1     1        0
              Ottawa                   NHL                8      0      2      2         4      -    -     -      -        -

93 - MIKA ZIBANEJAD, centre, shoots right, 6-2, 200 lbs.
Born: April 18, 1993 (Huddinge, Sweden) Drafted: 2011 – Ottawa’s first first-round pick (6th overall)

2011-12: Attending his first Senators rookie camp and tournament... Was a roster invitee for Team Sweden’s National Junior Team
evaluation camp, held in August in Lake Placid, N.Y. 2010-11: Made his Swedish Elite League debut, playing 26 games for
Djurgårdens and recording nine points (five goals, four assists) and two penalty minutes ... Made his SEL debut on Dec. 7 against
Lulea and scored his first goal on Jan. 15 in a 4-3 win against Modo ... Recorded two points (one goal, one assist) in skating in each of
the club’s seven post-season contests in a 4-3 opening-round series defeat against Lulea ... Played with fellow Senators prospects
Fredrik Claesson and Marcus Sorensen this season with Djurgårdens ... Registered 21 points (12 goals, nine assists) while appearing
in 27 games with Djurgårdens Jr. and three points (one goal, two assists) in five post-season contests with the club ... Earned a silver
medal and was an alternate captain with Team Sweden at the 2010 World U18 Championship in Riga, Latvia … Tallied eight points
(four goals, four assists) to tie for the team lead in scoring. 2009-10: Played 14 games with Djurgårdens Jr., tallying four points (two
goals, two assists).
                                                              Regular season                       Playoffs
Season Club                             League          GP       G     A Pts       PIM   GP       G     A Pts PIM
2009-10 Djurgårdens                     Swe-Jr.          14      2     2      4       4     -      -     -      -        -
2010-11 Djurgårdens                     Swe-Jr.          27     12     9    21       12    3      1     2       3       0
            Djurgårdens                 SEL              26      5     4      9       2    7      1     1       2       2
            Sweden                      WJC-U18           6      4     4      8       2

				
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