SportsSenators, Mathieu Joseph agree to terms on four-year contract extension

Senators, Mathieu Joseph agree to terms on four-year contract extension

The Ottawa Senators have agreed to terms with forward Mathieu Joseph on a four-year contract extension worth US$11.8-million on Thursday.

Ottawa acquired Joseph in a trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Nick Paul in March.

The 25-year-old recorded four goals and eight assists in 11 games with the Senators.

He established career highs of 18 assists and 30 points in 69 total games played last season.

Joseph, of Laval, Que., was drafted 99th overall in the fourth round of the 2015 draft by the Lightning.

In 232 career games, he carries totals of 41 goals and 41 assists.

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