Senate Reform: Part 33 1/3


Your Ottawa Senators released part three of their four part mini-series Senate Reform that follows the team on the road to this year’s NHL Entry Draft.

Part three focuses on the Senators post-NHL combine as the team brings in a few of the highly rated prospects for a closer look. The prospects are put through psychological, physical and on-ice testing for the organization can get a better idea of where the player stands. The five players that were brought in for further evaluations were Gabriel Landeskog, Jonathan Huberdeau, Sean Courturier, Ryan Strome and Mika Zibanejad. The video also introduces Ottawa’s new head coach, Paul MacLean as he has been brought in to lead the team through this rebuild.

Here is part three courtesy of SensTV.

Here is part one and two of the series so far if you need a refresher.

Part three leaves off hinting of what is to come. Will one of the prospects brought in  for a closer look be selected by Ottawa in this year’s draft? Will Ottawa move up in the draft? Will Paul MacLean’s stache be the hottest trend come this fall at Scotiabank Place?

Part four of this series will recap the upcoming draft and will introduce the newest Senators who will hopefully help Ottawa in its rebuild. Stayed tuned for more.


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