He has 64 points (28 goals, 34 assists) in 59 games and certainly would provide a boost to the secondary scoring the Bruins lack.
With the National Hockey League trade deadline set for Monday at 3 p.m. EST, Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion got another move off his plate by sending the speedy winger to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Senators moved Dzingel a day after sending Matt Duchene to the Blue Jackets, and winger Mark Stone is the only unrestricted free agent with strong value on the trade market left in the club's dressing room. San Jose to me is the better team here and we are getting them cheap as Columbus will be traveling home and will still be getting used to their new lineup. Dzingel has played 440:40 5v5 TOI with Duchene this season, which is 52.5 percent of his 5v5 ice-time this season. And general manager Jarmo Kekalainen isn't done yet.
Duclair, 23, had been criticized recently by Columbus coach John Tortorella for having bad listening skills and his play away from the puck.
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Barrett consistently found space in the Syracuse zone and shot well, going 14-of-20 from the floor and racking up 30 points. The Boeheim family is heartbroken over what happened, as we all are. "Our offense is really the difference", Boeheim said.
The 23-year-old goes to Ottawa with 11 goals and eight assists (19 points) in 53 games this year.
"We're pleased with the futures we've received in (the Dzingel) deal", Senators general manager Pierre Dorion said.
The picks headed Ottawa's way are for 2020 and 2021, while Columbus' pick is for this year. "The two second-round picks add to the significant depth of quality selections we'll have available to us in the next three drafts to fuel our rebuild".
Columbus picks up another key forward for the stretch run as it hopes to make the playoffs for the third straight season.