Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Hennessy in the Canadian capital for 2 more years


The Ottawa Senators resigned one of their RFA, center Josh Hennessy. The American prospect agreed to a two year, two-way deal. The money involved is unknown.

Hennessy who played his junior hockey with the Quebec Remparts, was drafted by the San Jose Sharks, 43rd overall in the 2003 entry draft. But in July 2006, he was part of the three-way deal who shipped Martin Havlat and Bryan Smolinski to Chicago, who brought Mark Bell to San Jose and sent Tom Preissing to Ottawa.

Since that time, he played most of the time in the AHL, with Binghampton. Last season, the Brockton, Massachusetts native played 76 games with the NHL affiliate club, scored 22 goals and registered 51 points. He also played 5 games with the Senators, while not beeing on the scoresheet, he had a -1 rating. He scored his first NHL goal during the 2006-2007 season, during the time he was called up for 10 games.

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