Alexei Yashin signs again for Senators
Monday 01 January 1996
Alexei Yashin, the 22-year-old centre who led the Senators with 21 goals and 44 points last season,, ended his hold-out on Saturday and signed a contract with the Ottawa Senators, the team the Russian player said he would never play for again. Details of the new five-year deal were not disclosed but club officials said a big increase starting next year would make him the team's highest-paid player.
BRITISH LEAGUE Premier Division: Fife Flyers 6 Humberside Hawks 8; Nottingham Panthers 10 Slough Jets 8; Humberside Hawks 3 Milton Keynes Kings 3 (abandoned after 20 minutes, hydraulic oil on ice), Slough Jets 5 Basingstoke Bison 8. Postponed: Sheffield Steelers v Basingstoke Bison (due to bad road conditions).
NHL: Montreal 4 Ottawa 1; Pittsburgh 6 Florida 5; Toronto 4 St Louis 3 (ot); Washington 3 Hartford 0; NY Rangers 8 Edmonton 3; Chicago 5 Buffalo 2; Winnipeg 5 New Jersey 3; Detroit 2 Dallas 1; Colorado 3 Toronto 2; Philadelphia 3 Calgary 2; Edmonton 5 Los Angeles 4 (ot); Anaheim 4 San Jose 2.
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