Senators re-sign Peter Regin to two-year deal, avoid arbitration

The Ottawa Senators just announced that they've avoided arbitration with restricted free agent Peter Regin, signing the forward to a two-year deal. According to Bruce Garrioch, Regin will make $2M over the course of the contract: $950k for the first season, $1.05M for the second. For a player who had 29P in 75GP last season, it's a bargain for the Senators, especially if Regin can score at a similar pace to that in the playoffs last year.

This likely means that GM Bryan Murray will now focus all his attention on Ottawa's final RFA, defenceman Chris Campoli.

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