The Flames acquired Alex Chiasson from the Senators for Pat Sieloff. Chiasson signed a one-year deal with Calgary following the trade.
Chiasson, 25, struggled in two years with the Senators, collecting just 19 goals and 21 assists (40 points) in 153 games. The former second round pick (38th overall in 2009) was a key piece in the Jason Spezza trade, but has not been able to gain traction in the NHL.
Chiasson hasn’t registered a point since December 12th. He has just five points (2G / 3A) and a minus-6 rating in 40 games this season. Chiasson will take a seat because Milan Michalek (finger) is returning to the lineup.
Chiasson (undisclosed) is expected to return to the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Chiasson has missed the last three games, but he took line rushes on the Sens’ fourth line this morning. It looks like he will return to the lineup, while J-G Pageau will come out. Chiasson has 18 points (8G / 10A) in 44 games.
Chiasson suffered an undisclosed injury in the Senators loss to the Stars last night. He will be held out of Saturday’s game vs. the Coyotes. Consider him day-to-day. David Legwand will be back in the lineup.
Chiasson (lower-body) is on the ice for practice this morning.
Chiasson missed Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury. It looked as if he was going to play because he participated in the morning skate, but he was scratched prior to warmups. Being on the ice again today suggests he will be back tomorrow.
Chiasson will not play Tuesday due to a lower-body injury.
Chiasson left practice on Monday with a lower-body injury, but was on the ice this morning for the Senators game day skate. It appeared as if he would be in the lineup, but he won't and Erik Condra will be. Consider him day-to-day.
Chiasson (foot) is on the ice for the Senators morning skate.
Chiasson left practice on Monday with a foot injury, but he is back on the ice this morning which means he should be in the lineup tonight vs. Detroit. Chiasson has three goals and four assists in 10 games this season.
The Stars have traded Alex Chiasson, prospects Alex Guptill, Nicholas Paul and a 2nd round pick in 2015 to the Senators for Jason Spezza and Ludwig Karlsson.
Chiasson, 23, recorded 35 points (13G / 22A) in 79 games for the Stars last season. Chiasson is a big forward at 6-foot-4, 205 lbs. and has shown an ability to score in the NHL. At this point in his career, Chiasson will likely find himself in the Senators top-9 opposed to the top-6.
Chiasson did not travel to St. Louis with the Stars because he was shaken up by the Rich Peverley collapsing incident last night. Chiasson is reportedly doing better today. Colton Sceviour and Chris Mueller will be recalled to replace Peverley and Chiasson tonight.