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Nikita Filatov

23-Year-Old Left Wing – Free Agent

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 0"   WT: 175   DOB: 5/25/1990   BORN: Moscow, USSR   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #6 Overall in 2008   Show ContractHide Contract

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Nikita Filatov Contract Information:

In December of 2011, Filatov agreed to a contract with CSKA Moscow. His deal will be guaranteed by the KHL.

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Filatov has signed a two-year deal with Salavat Yulaev of the KHL reports the Ottawa Sun.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2008-09 18 8 4 0 4 3 0 10 40.0 1 0 8:08 0 0 0 1:26 2 2
2009-10 19 13 2 0 2 0 8 11 18.2 1 0 8:07 0 0 0 0:47 5 2
2010-11 20 NHL CLS 23 0 7 7 3 8 31 0.0 0 0 12:19 0 3 3 2:35 10 4
2011-12 21 NHL OTT 9 0 1 1 1 4 6 0.0 0 0 9:49 0 0 0 1:05 8 1

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2011-12 9:49 1:05

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Filatov will be leaving the Senators for the remainder of the season to play in Russia for HC CSKA Moscow of the KHL, reports Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos.

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Filatov will be a healthy scratch for a second game in a row Monday, reports Sportsnet's Ian Mendes.

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Filatov played over 14 minutes in Thursday's loss to Dallas.

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Filatov (fractured nose) will likely suit up for the Senators when they take on the Stars Thursday night in Dallas reports the Ottawa Sun.

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Filatov left Tuesday's win over the Jets with a broken nose, suffered in the first period, the Associated Press reports.

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The Senators have recalled forward Filatov from Binghamton of the AHL according to a team release.

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Filatov is being pursued by the KHL's Central Red Army reports the Ottawa Citizen.

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Filatov was sent to Binghamton (AHL) on Monday, the Senators' official site reports.

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Filatov has been recalled by the Sens, the team's official site reports.

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Saturday's injury to Daniel Alfredsson may have opened the door for Filatov to play Sunday against the Leafs, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.

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Filatov has been sent to Binghamton (AHL), James Mirtle of the Globe & Mail reports.

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Filatov is not listed in Tuesday's lineup against the Wild after seeing some top-line time the first two games, Rob Carlin of Comcast Sports reports.

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2013-14

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2012-13

Ottawa had high hopes that Filatov could be the top-six forward they were looking for after trading a 2011 third-round pick to Columbus to obtain the talented winger, but it soon became apparent after the regular season started that he had a long way to go to become a true NHL pro. After registering a single assist in nine games, Filatov was sent downt to Binghamton (AHL) to continue to work on his consistency. He played well most nights, but seemed to grow tired of the AHL lifestyle and asked to be released to go back to Russia where he could make more money and better support his family. Filatov's wish was granted and he spent the rest of the 2011-12 season playing for CSKA Moscow of the KHL. Filatov put up four goals and four assists in 18 games with his KHL squad. Even after a troubled season, Ottawa's management decided to exercise the option to retain his rights and qualified Filatov after the season ended. He'll remain property of the Senators for the time being, but don't expect him to return to the NHL for a couple years, if at all. He has little to no fantasy value at this point in his career.

2011-12

The 2010-11 season was largely one to forget for the talented Filatov. He started the year in Columbus, playing a total of 23 games, but was eventually sent down to Springfield of the AHL after putting up only seven points (all assists) during his stretch with the big club. With Springfield, Filatov notched nine goals and 11 assists in 36 games before suffering a season-ending concussion. After the season ended, it became apparent that Filatov and the Columbus Blue Jackets organization needed to part ways (rumors that the Columbus and Springfield coaching staffs had soured on Filatov were rampant) and the talented winger was eventually traded on the second day of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft to Ottawa for a third-round pick (66th overall). While Filatov must share some of the blame for how he handled himself with the Columbus organization, the fact that he was rushed to the NHL like so many other Columbus prospects in years past certainly did not help his development. With a new lease on life in Ottawa, Filatov will be given every opportunity to play on one of Ottawa's top two lines. That being said, Ottawa's management has made it clear that he'll need to earn top-six minutes. It was a good sign when Filatov cut short a family vacation in the Dominican Republic to attend Ottawa's annual rookie development camp for a couple of days in late June before returning to Moscow. With new coach Paul MacLean stressing a puck possession game with speed, Filatov's talents might actually be exploited to their fullest. If Filatov can harness his talents and work hard all year, he might begin to scratch the surface of his potential and net upwards of 20-25 goals with 25 assists. At only 21 years of age, Filatov is still a prospect and will be allowed to make mistakes on what will be a very young Ottawa team, something he wasn't afforded in Columbus.

2010-11

The 2010-11 season was largely one to forget for the talented Filatov. He started the year in Columbus, playing a total of 23 games, but was eventually sent down to Springfield of the AHL after putting up only seven points (all assists) during his stretch with the big club. With Springfield, Filatov notched nine goals and 11 assists in 36 games before suffering a season-ending concussion. After the season ended, it became apparent that Filatov and the Columbus Blue Jackets organization needed to part ways (rumors that the Columbus and Springfield coaching staffs had soured on Filatov were rampant) and the talented winger was eventually traded on the second day of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft to Ottawa for a 3rd round pick (66th overall). While Filatov must share some of the blame for how he handled himself with the Columbus organization, the fact that he was rushed to the NHL like so many other Columbus prospects in years past certainly did not help his development. With a new lease on life in Ottawa, Filatov will be given every opportunity to play on one of Ottawa's top two lines. That being said, Ottawa's management has made it clear that he'll need to earn top-six minutes. It was a good sign when Filatov cut short a family vacation in the Dominican Republic to attend Ottawa's annual rookie development camp for a couple of days in late June before returning to Moscow. With new coach Paul MacLean stressing a puck possession game with speed, Filatov's talents could actually be exploited to their fullest. If Filatov can harness his talents and work hard all year, he might begin to scratch the surface of his potential and net upwards of 20-25 goals with 25 assists. This really is a make or break year for the youngster in terms of his development. At only 21 years of age, Filatov is still a prospect and will be allowed to make mistakes on what will be a very young Ottawa team, something he wasn't afforded in Columbus.

2009-10

Filatov may have been the most talented played outside the NHL for a big chunk of last season, scoring 16 goals and 32 points in 39 games in the AHL and adding four goals in eight NHL games (including a hat trick against the Wild) when given a chance with the big club. The top two lines seem set in Columbus, but Filatov's intoxicating blend of blinding speed and electric skill could force coach Hitchcock to find a spot for him on a scoring line, or at the very least give him plenty of power play time, assuming he proves that he's ready for a bigger role in camp. If he earns that role, mark him down as a Calder Trophy favorite.

2008-09

Filatov, picked sixth overall this year, is still a couple of years away from his NHL debut but thatís only because he still needs to add some padding to a skinny 170 pound frame. His talent could probably play in the big leagues right now: Filatov is fast and incredibly gifted with the puck, and the best comparison for his upside might be that of a Pavel Bure who actually worries about his own teamís end of the rink. Heíll start to get acclimated to North American hockey this season, and should be considered one of the early favorites for the í09-í10 Calder Trophy.

2007-08

Signed a three-year contract with Columbus in July of 2008.