Jake Sanderson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/8/2002 (21)
Jake Sanderson Last 10 Games
Jake Sanderson News
Ottawa Senators defenseman Jake Sanderson logged his second multi-point game of the season Wednesday with a goal and an assist in a 6-1 win over the Capitals. He had his third helper of the year when his defense partner Artem Zub scored in the second period, and Sanderson was left with the honors of icing the game with the team's final goal in the third frame. The 21-year-old also totaled two blocks and two penalty minutes in the contest, finishing with a plus-one rating in 20:17 of ice time. Sanderson's stock continues to rise in fantasy hockey and in real life as well. He looks extremely mature for his age and plays a very smart game. This has led to him being currently tied for second in defensemen scoring with five points (two goals, three assists) in four games.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Jake Sanderson has signed a big extension with the team, inking an eight-year contract worth $64.4 million. He will carry a $8.05 million cap hit through the 2031-32 campaign. The 21-year-old American earned himself the big contract with a very impressive rookie campaign. He tallied 32 points (four goals, 28 assists) in 77 outings with the Senators last season, adding 147 blocks on the defensive end and registering 132 shots on goal. The University of North Dakota product became the third defenseman in franchise history to be named to the NHL All-Rookie team. Sanderson is now set to patrol the Senators blue line for years to come and looks set for a very successful career.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Jake Sanderson (upper body) will be out of commission for 10-14 days. He got hurt in Saturday's clash with Edmonton and will now have to sit out his first games of the season. It looks Sanderson will miss five games at minimum. The 20-year-old has been enjoying a good rookie campaign with 21 points in 51 appearances. Nikita Zaitsev is set to get back into the lineup in Sanderson's absence, while Erik Brannstrom is slated to replace him on the second power-play unit.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Jake Sanderson scored his third goal of the season in Saturday's 6-3 loss to Edmonton but couldn't complete the game. He suffered an undisclosed injury on a hit by Edmonton's Vincent Desharnais in the third period. The Senators got Artem Zub back from a lower-body injury Saturday but their blue line took a new injury hit straight away. Sanderson has been hot lately and is the second-highest scoring rookie defenseman in the league with 21 points in 51 games.