The Senators emphasized their powerplay all summer. A refined forwards corps allowed them to create two strong units. These groups showed out during the pre-season, scoring on 8-of-27 attempts (29.62%). "A successful season would entail both units [PP & PK] combining for 105 percent." - D. J. Smith Acquiring a perennial powerplay sniper in Alex DeBrincat […]
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