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OTTAWA SENATORS SIGN PAT KAVANAGH
OTTAWA – The Ottawa Senators, NHL affiliate of the Binghamton Senators, announce today the signing of right winger Pat Kavanagh to a multi-year deal with the club. 
The Ottawa native spent the 2003-04 season with the Manitoba Moose registering 23 goals and 22 assists during the regular season.  His 45 points placed him second on the team in scoring.  In 274 regular season American Hockey League games, Kavanagh has tallied 63 goals and 64 assists for 127 points. 
Kavanagh was recalled once by the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League during the 2003-04 regular season, seeing action in three games and scoring his lone goal on the Senators’ Martin Prusek in a 2-1 Canucks loss on March 13 in Vancouver. He was also recalled during the playoffs, but did not see any action. 
The Philadelphia Flyers selected Kavanagh in round 2 (50th overall) of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.  He was acquired from the Flyers by the Canucks on June 1, 1999 in exchange for a sixth round draft choice (Konstantin Rudenko).  He scored his first professional goal with Syracuse (AHL) on Nov. 28, 1999 against Philadelphia (AHL).
 
  
 
Season Club               League GP   G   A   Pts 
1995-96   Kanata         CJAHL  54  19  16  35
1996-97 Peterborough      OHL 43   6    8   14
1997-98 Peterborough      OHL 66  10  16  26
1998-99 Peterborough      OHL 68  26  43  69
1999-00 Syracuse            AHL 68   12   8  20
2000-01 Kansas City        IHL  78   26  15 41
 Vancouver                      NHL 0      0   0
2001-02 Manitoba             AHL 70   13 19 32
2002-03 Manitoba            AHL  63   15 15 30
 Vancouver                     NHL   3     1    0
2003-04 Manitoba             AHL 73   23  22 45
 Vancouver                       NHL  3     1   0
AHL Totals                              274  63  64 127

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