Ottawa Senators Mid-Term Grades – Goalies & Defensemen

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As the Ottawa Senators embark on the second half of their season with a lot of ground to make up if they want to make a third consecutive trip to the post-season, we look back on the first half and see what went right, and more importantly, what went wrong.

Dec 28, 2013; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; The Ottawa Senators celebrate the third period goal scored by right wing Bobby Ryan (6) in game against the Boston Bruins at the Canadian Tire Centre. The Senators defeated the Bruins 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

We will start off by giving out mid-season grades to each player who made a consistent appearance in the lineup.  The grades will be given out against the expectation and role rather than actual performance.  For example, Eric Gryba came in to the season in a 6/7 role, so just because he does not have offensive numbers doesn’t mean he cannot get an “A”.

 

The forward grades will be in a separate post, so here are the goaltenders and defensemen:

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Topics: Chris Phillips, Cody Ceci, Craig Anderson, Erik Karlsson, Marc Methot, Midseason, Ottawa Senators, Player Grades

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