Fifteen-year veteran Derick Brassard earned a spot with the Ottawa Senators for the upcoming season, agreeing to a one-year deal on Monday.
The deal is worth $750,000 US, according to The Daily Faceoff.
It will mark Brassard’s second tour of duty in Ottawa.
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Brassard, 35, tallied 19 points (eight goals, 11 assists) in 46 games last season with the Philadelphia Flyers and Edmonton Oilers.
He has 522 career points (202 goals, 320 assists) in 951 games with 10 different clubs, including six seasons with the Columbus Blue Jackets, who selected him No. 6 overall in the 2006 draft. He played in parts of two seasons with the Sens from 2016-18.