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Predators Sign Zach Sanford to One-Year Contract

Forward Won Stanley Cup in 2019 with St. Louis Blues. Nashville, Tenn. (July 15, 2022) - Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the team has signed forward Zach Sanford to a one-year, $850,000 contract. Sanford, 27 (11/9/94), split the 2021-22 campaign between Ottawa and...
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Nashville Predators sign Zach Sanford

The Nashville Predators are going to give Zach Sanford another chance, signing him to a one-year, $850K contract for the 2022-23 season. It is been nine years now since Sanford was selected 61st overall by the Washington Capitals, and despite short periods of success, appears to be at something of a crossroads in his career. Though he stands 6’4″ and is willing to engage physically, Sanford has never seemed like an ideal fit in the bottom-six, with obvious offensive talent that should push him higher in the lineup.
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Predators Add Winger Zach Sanford on One-Year Deal

The Nashville Predators have addressed one of their holes on the forward depth chart, signing winger Zach Sanford to a one-year contract worth $850,000. Sanford is coming off an unusual 2021-22 season. A member of the Blues’ 2019 Stanley Cup-winning team, Sanford was awarded a one-year, $2M deal with St. Louis last offseason. But before the season started, the Blues traded him to the Ottawa Senators. After just a few months with the Sens, Sanford was traded to the Winnipeg Jets at the deadline. He finished the season with 21 points (9 G, 12 A) in 80 games between both teams.
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Predators' Zach Sanford: Signs with Nashville

Sanford signed a one-year, $850,000 contract with the Predators on Friday. Sanford appeared in 80 games split between the Senators and the Jets last season, picking up nine goals and 21 points over that span. The 27-year-old winger may have to settle for a reduced role with the Predators, meaning he could be in and out of the lineup, so don't count on him being a viable fantasy option in 2022-23.
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Jets' Zach Sanford: Poised to return Wednesday

Sanford (undisclosed) is expected back in the lineup versus Philadelphia on Wednesday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. Sanford has played in 15 games since joining the Jets at the trade deadline in which he's garnered three assists, 15 shots and 35 hits while averaging 15:02 of ice time. The winger will have three games remaining to prove to the organization he should be re-signed in the offseason; otherwise, he will hit free agency this summer.
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Jets' Zach Sanford: Won't play against Avalanche

Sanford (undisclosed) won't play Sunday versus Colorado, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports. The Jets only have three games remaining following Sunday's contest, so he may be in danger of missing the rest of the season. The 27-year-old winger has picked up 20 points through 77 contests split between the Senators and the Jets this year.
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COREY PERRY CHASES ZACH SANFORD IN SCRUM TO FIGHT (VIDEO)

The evolution of Corey Perry from Hart Trophy level scorer to fourth line grinder / enforcer is an interesting story. Once an elite scorer in the league, "The Worm" finds himself crashing & banging rather than ending the night on the highlight reel. The cool thing about Perry is that...
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Jets' Zach Sanford: Gets first assist with new team

Sanford recorded an assist in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Blue Jackets. Sanford had gone 10 games without a point, including his first two after he was traded from the Senators to the Jets. The 27-year-old snapped the drought with the secondary helper on Dominic Toninato's first-period marker. Through 65 appearances, Sanford has 18 points, 87 shots on net, 136 hits and a minus-12 rating. The American winger is likely to remain in a third-line role with the Jets, so his fantasy appeal will remain limited to deeper formats.
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Jets acquire Zach Sanford from Senators

Sanford, 27, was awarded a one-year, $2-million contract through arbitration last off-season and was eventually traded to Ottawa before the season for Logan Brown and a conditional 2022 fourth-rounder. In 62 games, the 6’4″ winger has compiled 14:11 minutes of ice-time per night, posting nine goals and 17 points. Also,...
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Jets' Zach Sanford: Moved in trade

Sanford was traded to Winnipeg from Ottawa on Monday with a 2022 fifth-round selection headed the other way, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. Sanford has notched 17 points in 62 games for the Senators this season along with 85 shots, 131 hits and 55 blocks. With the Jets moving Mason Appleton, the 27-year-old Sanford should be able to at least push for a top-six role, though he may need to settle for a spot on the third line at least to start.
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Zach Sanford Traded by Senators to Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets have made a move on NHL Trade Deadline day. Willing to take a chance on Zach Sanford, the Jets have acquired Sanford from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a 2022 fifth-round pick, according to Darren Dreger of TSN . Sanford is best described as defensive bottom-six winger. He’s spent time with the Senators, St. Louis Blues and Washington Capitals.
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Senators' Zach Sanford: Snags helper

Sanford recorded an assist in Monday's 4-1 win over the Devils. Sanford helped out on Nick Holden's go-ahead goal in the second period. The 27-year-old Sanford has picked up a modest six points with 31 hits and eight PIM in 13 games since the start of January. The winger will continue to have fairly limited appeal in a middle-six role. He's up to 13 points, 58 shots on net, 86 hits, 32 PIM and a minus-11 rating in 41 contests overall.
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Senators' Zach Sanford: Clears protocols

Sanford cleared COVID-19 protocols Friday. Sanford had been in protocols since Monday but didn't miss any games. The 27-year-old, with seven points in 29 games this season, should return to his usual fourth-line role when the Senators resume their schedule.
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