Saturday, July 15, 2006

Sens sign Christoph Schubert?

It certainly seems that way.

While the club has made no formal announcement, both his NHLPA.com player profile as well as TSN's Ottawa Senators Payroll Commitments has his salary for the coming season listed as $525,000, so it looks like a deal of some sort has been reached. No details on the length of the deal, but it seems like the team is big on two-year deals right now so it's probably of that variety.

Assuming the deal is infact done, Ottawa's salary cap situation looks like this:

Even if Schubert doesn't crack the regular roster, expect him to be kept around (and thus, count against the cap) because he can play either forward or D and therefore is the perfect utility player. Plus, he would have to clear waivers if they sent him down to Bingo, and I have to think some team would scoop him up, as I believe Schubert is more than capable of being in a bunch of other team's top six.

UPDATE: It's been confirmed. One-year deal, as Schubert accepted his qualifying offer.

5 Comments:

At 11:54 AM, Blogger Andrew said...

He'd better crack the roster. Schubert's play last year made him one of the most exciting Senators to watch.... especially when he was a 4th line forward. You knew one or two big hits would be delivered every time he stepped on the ice.

 
At 1:19 PM, Anonymous SensGuy said...

Schubert has become overrated because of when he played forward. He was pretty awful on defense, but was a nice addition to the 4th line. He's certainly not going to crack the blueline, but I'd like to see him play up front a little.

 
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At 4:42 PM, Blogger Jules said...

Had a look see at the 2001 draft picks.
Looked to see what team presently has the most games played from their picks of that year.
Sens on top;
Ottawa Total 545
Florida Total 515
Atlanta Total 454
NY Rangers Total 431
Edmonton Total 385
Los Angeles Total 339
Nashville Total 290
Anaheim Total 285
Mtl. Canadiens Total 275
Philadelphia Total 269
Minnesota Total 265
St. Louis Total 259
Boston Total 249
Toronto Total 249
San Jose Total 204
Colorado Total 196
Buffalo Total 193
Chicago Total 192
Phoenix Total 191
Vancouver Total 185
Pittsburgh Total 178
Tampa Bay Total 175
Calgary Total 170
Columbus Total 118
Dallas Total 100
New Jersey Total 84
Detroit Total 71
Carolina Total 59
NY Islanders Total 8
Washington Total 5

j.

 

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