Shane Pinto Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 192 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/12/2000 (23)
Shane Pinto Last 10 Games
Shane Pinto News
Ottawa Senators center Shane Pinto has received a 41-game suspension for activities relating to sports wagering. According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, Pinto's suspension started with Game 1 this season, meaning he will be eligible to play again on Jan. 21 if Pinto has agreed on a contract with the Senators by then. The 22-year-old is a restricted free agent. As Pinto has already been away from the team, his suspension doesn't change anything for the Senators, although they definitely wouldn't mind having his services available. Pinto produced 20 goals and 35 points in 82 games during his first full NHL season last term.
The Boston Bruins could reportedly be interested in bolstering their center position with Shane Pinto. A source has told Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now that the Bruins are seen as a potential suitor for Pinto as teams have started inquiring about the cost of the restricted free agent. The 22-year-old centerman is without a contract for the 2023-24 campaign after finishing a three-year, $2.7 million pact. Pinto slowly started to make noise in the NHL last season, winning Rookie of the Month honors in October and finishing with 20 goals and 35 points in 82 appearances. He would be a good pickup for the Bruins, but it's been noted that the Senators definitely won't let him go on the cheap.
Ottawa Senators center Shane Pinto (lower body) could be game-ready Monday versus San Jose despite getting hurt Saturday against New Jersey. He suffered a lower-body injury whilst blocking a shot and sat out Sunday's practice because of it. The 22-year-old has managed to collect eight goals and nine points in 17 games this season. However, he has gone cold after riding a five-game goal streak last month. There should be far more reliable options available for fantasy managers right now.
Ottawa Senators center Shane Pinto remained hot in front of the net Monday, scoring in a fifth consecutive game. He netted the team's third goal as Ottawa came from behind to beat Dallas 4-2. Pinto is the first rookie in franchise history to record a five-game goal streak. it's been an amazing run, considering Pinto has produced just two shots on goal across the last two games and he averages just 14 and a half minutes of ice time per game. But when you're hot, you're hot, and Pinto will look to extend his streak Thursday night in a very favorable matchup against the Wild, who are giving up a league-worst 5.40 goals per game.