The Penguins have acquired Chris Wideman from the Panthers for Jean-Sebastian Dea.
Wideman heads to his fourth organization of the season. Wideman started the year with the Senators before going to the Oilers, then Panthers and now to the Penguins, where he will likely report to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL). Wideman has 13 points (3G / 10A) in 16 AHL games this season.
Wideman will make his Panthers debut on Saturday.
Wideman is on his third team of the season after bing acquired from the Oilers. Wideman has two goals and five assists (seven points) in 24 games between the Senators and Oilers this year, showcasing his has the ability to put up decent numbers from the back-end.
The Panthers have acquired Chris Wideman and a 2019 third-round pick from the Oilers for Alex Petrovic.
Wideman is expected to be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Wideman played 11:07 TOI in Winnipeg last night but is expected to be replaced by Caleb Jones in the Oilers’ second game without Oscar Klefbom. This will be the fifth time in six games that Wideman has been a healthy scratch.
Wideman is expected to make his Oilers debut on Sunday.
The Oilers acquired Chris Wideman from the Senators for a 2020 sixth-round pick on Thursday.
Wideman played in just 16 games last season and has appeared in 19 of the Senators first 22 games this season, picking up five points (2G / 3A). He heads to Edmonton where he will fight with Matt Benning, Jason Garrison and Kevin Gravel for playing time.
Source: @Senators 11/23/18, 8:59 am EST
Wideman will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Wideman was in the lineup for the last two games, but will be scratched Monday vs. the Panthers. The offensive defenseman has just five points (2G / 3A) in 19 games this season.
Wideman (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
The Senators have signed Chris Wideman to a one-year, $1M extension.
Wideman missed the majority of the 2018 season, appearing in just 16 games before suffering a hamstring in mid-November. Wideman recorded eight points (3G / 5A) before missing the rest of the season—he figures to compete for a spot in the Senators’ starting-6 blueliners this year.
Wideman will miss “weeks” with a hamstring injury.
Wideman served as the Senators seventh defenseman on Thursday and left late in the third period after getting twisted up and will now miss several weeks. With Wideman out, look for Nick Paul to draw in on Saturday as the Senators go back to a 12 forward, six D-man look.
Source: @Senators 11/17/17, 9:06 am EST
Wideman (lower-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Wideman did not play on Tuesday because of a minor lower-body injury, but he will replace Marc Methot, who is dealing with an illness, in the lineup tonight. Wideman has three gaols and 10 assists (13 points) in 48 games this season.
Wideman (lower-body) won't play on Tuesday.
Wideman (upper-body) is day-to-day; doubtful for Saturday’s game.
Wideman missed last night’s game with an upper-body injury that he suffered vs. Carolina on Tuesday. Wideman is unlikely to play on Saturday, which means that Fredrik Claesson will be in the lineup for the second straight game.
Source: @Senators 11/4/16, 9:36 am EST
The Senators have signed Chris Wideman to a two-year, $1.6-million contract extension.
Wideman, 26, was a fourth round pick (100th overall) in 2009. Wideman spent three years in the AHL, but landed a semi-permanent spot in the Senators’ lineup this season. He had 61 points (19G / 42A) in 75 AHL games last season, showcasing his offensive potential, but has picked up just nine points (5G / 4A) in 44 games with Ottawa this season.
Wideman is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Wideman will be back in the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Wideman served as a healthy scratch on Thursday, but will replace Patrick Wiercioch in the lineup on Saturday night. Wideman has seven points (5G / 2A) in 40 games this season.
Wideman will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Wideman played 12:00 minutes last night, but will come out of the lineup for Patrick Wiercioch tonight. Wideman has just seven points (5G / 2A) in 40 games this season.
Source: Dan Seguin 02/11/16, 9:46 am EST
Wideman is expected to be back in the Senators lineup on Wednesday.
Wideman will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Wideman has picked up four goals and one assist in 29 games this season. The 25-year-old defenseman has just one assist and a minus-1 rating in his last six games. He will come out of the lineup with Cody Ceci back in the lineup.
The Senators have sent Chris Wideman back to Binghamton (AHL).
Wideman was recalled to serve as the Senators seventh defenseman on the weekend, with Marc Methot expected to be recalled early this week, Wideman heads back to the AHL where he leads Binghamton in points with 29 (12G / 17A)