- Ottawa Senators 2001 - present
Chris Neil is a Canadian winger on the Ottawa Senators.
Neil was drafted by Ottawa in 1998, and spent the next few seasons in the AHL, where he made a name for himself as an enforcer. In 2001, he made his NHL debut, and set a career high with 231 penalty minutes. He has been the Sens’ leading enforcer for most of his career, but since the lockout, he developed into a more complete player, scoring 16 goals and 33 points in 2005-06.
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