Coyotes send Derek Stepan to Senators for 2nd-round pick
GLENDALE, Arizona - The Arizona Coyotes have traded the Derek Stepan Veterans Center to the Ottawa Senators for a selection in the second round of the 2021 NHL Draft.
"On behalf of the entire Coyotes organization, I would like to thank Derek for everything he has done for the Coyotes over the past three seasons," Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong said in a statement on Saturday night. “Derek is the absolute professional and in a class. We wish him and his family all the best for the future. "
Stepan played three seasons with the Coyotes, scoring points and an experienced influence in the locker room. The 30-year-old had 10 goals and 18 assists last season and helped Arizona make its first post-season appearance since 2012.
Stepan had 39 goals and 80 assists in 224 games in three seasons with the Coyotes. He spent his first seven seasons with the New York Rangers and has 167 goals and 232 assists in ten NHL seasons.
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