Ottawa Senators re-sign forward Tom Pyatt to two-year, $1.1M-per-year contract

The deal was announced Monday afternoon

It was revealed on Monday that the Ottawa Senators had re-signed forward Tom Pyatt to a two-year, $1.1M-per-year contract:

Pyatt played all 82 games, putting up 23 points (9 G, 14 A). He also played 14 out of Ottawa’s 19 playoff games, scoring two goals. After playing in Switzerland for the last two seasons, he was signed in part because of the Swiss ties in Ottawa’s coaching staff. Pyatt became one of Guy Boucher’s most trusted players, seeing time on the penalty kill and in a shutdown role.

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