The Ottawa Senators have traded restructed Andrej Mezaros in exchange for defensemen Filip Kuba and Alexandre Picard as well as San Joseâ€™s first-round pick in 2009 (previously acquired) from Tampa Bay. A 22-year old player with almost 250 NHL games already under his belt, the 6-foot-2, 218-pound native of Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia, played in all 82 games with Ottawa last season, recording nine goals and 36 points. He ranked second on the Senators in points among defenseman, two behind Wade Redden.Â His six power-play goals were a career high and led all Ottawa defensemen. Meszaros also ranked third on the team in blocked shots with 100 and was fifth on the team in average ice time with 21:02. A veteran of 246 NHL games, Meszaros has yet to miss a game in his career, playing in all 82 games during each of the previous three seasons.Â He has recorded 26 career goals and 110 points with 213 penalty minutes.Â Meszaros has also accumulated 11 power-play goals, four game-winning goals and one shorthanded goal.
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