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Ottawa Senators acquire forward Oleg Saprykin from Phoenix

The winger has recorded 14 goals and 20 assists in 59 games this season. "I'm just looking forward to going to Ottawa, playing in the playoffs and trying to win the Stanley Cup," Saprykin said. "That's the goal right now."

It wasn't immediately clear what the Sens gave up for Saprykin.

In 313 career games, Saprykin has 54 goals and 81 assists.

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