Kastelic will draw into the Senators' lineup on Thursday.
Kastelic will slide back into the Sens' lineup as Dominik Kubalik will be the odd-man out on Thursday. Kastelic has one goal and one assist in 27 games this season.
Source: TSN 1200 01/25/24, 6:45 pm EST
Kastelic is listed as a scratch for Sunday's game in Philadelphia.
Kastelic will sit on Sunday to make room for Shane Pinto's return to the lineup. Kastelic has one goal and one assist in 27 games this season.
Source: @Senators 01/21/24, 12:39 pm EST
Mark Kastelic (high ankle sprain) is set to return to Ottawa's lineup Thursday vs. St. Louis,.
Kastelic has not played since November 2nd when he suffered a high-ankle sprain that has subsequently kept him out of the lineup for approximately six weeks. Kastelic had zero points in nine games before his injury, averaging 6:55 time-on-ice. At morning skate on Thursday, he skated on the fourth line with Parker Kelly and Rourke Chartier.
Source: TSN 1200 12/14/23, 12:50 pm EST
Mark Kastelic (ankle) has been placed on the Long-Term Injured Reserve retroactive to November 3rd.
Kastelic has missed the Senators' previous eight games due to a high-ankle sprain and was placed on the Long-Term Injured Reserve retroactive to November 3rd, Thursday. The 24-year-old bruising centre had failed to collect a point through nine games this season, but had 21 PIMs and a -2 plus/minus prior to his injury.
Mark Kastelic is out indefinitely with a high ankle sprain and is not expected back "anytime soon".
Kastelic left the Senators' previous game vs. Los Angeles due to a high ankle sprain after just 2:45 TOI and is not expected back anytime soon as he is out indefinitely. The 24-year-old grinder has yet to pick up a point this season but has eight SOG, 21 PIMs, and a -2 plus/minus in nine games played while averaging only 6:55 TOI.
Mark Kastelic (undisclosed) is day-to-day and expected to miss the next few games.
Kastelic left Thursday's game against the Los Angeles Kings after suffering an undisclosed injury. In nine games, Kastelic has been held without a point while racking up 21 penalty minutes and eight hits. He is expected to miss the next few games.
The Senators have recalled Mark Kastelic from Belleville (AHL).
Mark Kastelic will not play Wednesday vs. the New York Islanders (Undisclosed).
Kastelic is "banged up" and will not be able to play Wednesday vs. the New York Islanders. Dylan Gambrell will be taking his spot in the bottom-six. The 23-year-old has four goals, one assist and a -10 plus/minus through 43 games this season.
Source: TSN 1200 01/25/23, 10:53 am EST
The Senators have signed Mark Kastelic to a two-year contract extension worth $1.67 million ($835K AAV).
Kastelic was a fifth-round pick in 2019 and has been a fixture on the Senators' fourth line this season, collecting two goals in six games.
Kastelic will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Kastelic has played in eight straight games but will be replaced by Dylan Gambrell in the lineup on Tuesday. Kastelic has one assist in eight games while averaging just 8:35 TOI/gm since joining the Senators in late January.
Kastelic will make his NHL debut on Saturday.
Kastelic was a fifth-round pick in 2019 and has spent the last year and a half in Belleville (AHL). The 6-foot-3, 210 lbs. centre, who has scored five goals with six assists (11 points) in 31 AHL games this season, will replace Josh Norris (shoulder).
Source: @Senators 01/29/22, 9:22 am EST
The Senators signed Mark Kastelic to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Ottawa selected Kastelic with the No.125 overall pick (fifth-round) in the 2019 NHL draft. The 21-year-old centre served as the captain for the Calgary Hitmen in 2019-20 while leading the team in goals (38) and tying for the team-lead in points (68) in 58 games. Following a five-year WHL career, Kastelic is expected to join Belleville (AHL) for the 2020-21 campaign.