Report: Sens put both Mark Stone and Ryan Dzingel on trade block

According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, the Ottawa Senators have made both unrestricted free agents Ryan Dzingel and Mark Stone available.

According to NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, the Ottawa Senators have put forwards Mark Stone and Ryan Dzingel on the market after the game against the New Jersey Devils.
Not a big surprise considering what happened last night, but, word is OTT put Mark Stone on the market after the game in NJ. Ryan Dzingel also became available yesterday, Friedman stated on Twitter.
 Earlier this week, Friedman leaked information that the Ottawa Senators have offered Stone a 5-year, $10.5 million contract, but he later retracted his statement. If the deal were to go through, Stone would be the highest paid winger in the NHL along with Chicago's Patrick Kane.

As for Dzingel, rumours were floating around that Ottawa offered him a unspecified contract, but Dzingel refused and that both Chicago and Boston have made offers to the Senators for Dzingel and are currently the front-runners in acquiring the winger.


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