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Senators sign Clark Bishop to a one-year, two-way contract extension

OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators announced today that the team has signed forward Clark Bishop to a one-year, two-way contract extension. The agreement holds a value $800,000 in the National Hockey League and $200,000 in the American Hockey League for the 2021-22 season. A native of St. John's, Nfld., Bishop,...
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Clark Bishop Extended for Another Year

The Ottawa Senators are in contract extensions season! While we await the big extension, the Senators have signed soon to be UFA Clark Bishop to a one-year, two-way contract with a $800,000 NHL value and a $200,000 AHL salary. Clark Bishop was a Carolina Hurricanes fifth round pick in the 2014 draft.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Sent to Belleville

Bishop was assigned to AHL Belleville on Thursday as the Senators completed their season. Bishop is a restricted free agent at the end of the season, and the Senators seem to see him as part of their future if they're trying to get him more games. But considering he only has seven points in his NHL career over three seasons, he's not worth a roster spot even in deep dynasty formats at this time.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Lands on taxi squad

Bishop was designated for the taxi squad Sunday. Bishop cleared waivers Saturday but he stayed in the lineup for a 13th straight game. The 25-year-old has put up just three assists and 16 shots on net this season.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Waived by Senators

Bishop was waived by Ottawa on Friday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports. Bishop has appeared in 12 straight games with the Senators, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him remain on the active roster if and when he passes through waivers unclaimed. He's tallied three helpers in 12 NHL appearances this year.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Shifts to active roster

Bishop was promoted to the active roster Saturday. It appears Bishop will stay in the lineup for a ninth straight game. The 25-year-old has posted three assists, 10 shots on net and 16 hits across his last eight appearances while averaging just 8:50 of ice time.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Back to taxi squad

Bishop was returned to Ottawa's taxi squad Friday. This is likely just a paper move, as Bishop has appeared in eight straight games for the Senators, picking up three helpers over that span.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Jumps to active roster

Bishop was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Thursday. Bishop is expected to center the Senators' fourth line Thursday against Montreal. He's tallied three assists through seven NHL appearances this year.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Headed for taxi squad

Bishop was reassigned to the taxi squad Monday. Bishop has been bounced between levels all season and will likely continue to do so moving forward. When in the lineup, the 25-year-old center has tallied three assists, eight shots and 11 hits in seven outings. Bishop will likely continue to compete with Artem Anisimov for a bottom-six role the remainder of the year.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Back on active roster

Bishop was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Wednesday. Bishop will slot into a spot on the Senators' fourth line for Wednesday's matchup with the Flames. He's picked up two helpers through five games this campaign.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Shifts to taxi squad

Bishop was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Tuesday. This is almost certainly just a paper move, so look for Bishop to rejoin the active roster ahead of Wednesday's clash with Calgary.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Promoted to active roster

Bishop was recalled to the active roster Monday. In his last four contests, Bishop tallied two assists, seven shots and five hits while averaging 8:24 of ice time. With Artem Anisimov (upper body) dealing with an injury, Bishop should continue to feature in a bottom-six role.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Down to taxi squad

Bishop was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Thursday. Bishop has appeared in four straight games with the Senators, so this may just be a paper move. He's picked up two helpers through his four appearances with the big club this season.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Back on active roster

Bishop has been promoted to Ottawa's active roster ahead of Wednesday's game versus Vancouver. Bishop's expected to skate on the Senators' fourth line during Wednesday's contest. He's picked up one assist through three NHL appearances this season.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Dropped to taxi squad

Bishop was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Tuesday. Bishop has appeared in three straight games for the Senators, so there's a chance he'll return to the active roster ahead of Wednesday's clash with the Canucks. He's tallied one helper in his three top-level appearances this season.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Back on active roster

Bishop was recalled from Ottawa's taxi squad Sunday. This move puts Bishop in position to make his second appearance of the season Sunday against Toronto, though it's also possible that he ends up serving as injury insurance in warmups. He recorded two shots over 8:51 of ice time in his Senators debut Friday.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Drops to taxi squad

Bishop was designated for the taxi squad Saturday. Bishop made his Senators debut in Friday's loss to the Oilers, recording two shots on net over 8:51 of ice time. The 24-year-old will move to the taxi squad for now, but he could be back in the lineup for Sunday's contest against the Maple Leafs.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Recalled from taxi squad

Bishop was added to the team's roster Friday. Bishop's likely being added for depth because of the absence of Colin White (lower body). Bishop probably won't get much ice time Friday against Edmonton, and with White considered day-to-day, his time on the active roster could be short.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Called up from minors

Bishop was recalled to the taxi squad Monday. Bishop recorded one goal, four PIM and a minus-1 rating in three appearances for AHL Belleville this year and will get his first assignment with the taxi squad. Even with his promotion, Bishop is unlikely to crack the lineup and figures to serve primarily as an emergency reserve option with Ottawa.
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Senators' Clark Bishop: Traded to Senators

The Senators acquired Bishop from the Hurricanes for Max Lajoie on Tuesday. This was a swap of minor-league players. Bishop recorded 19 points and 63 PIM for AHL Charlotte last season. The 24-year-old likely will report to AHL Belleville once the minor-league season commences.