Peter Regin is a Danish center on the Ottawa Senators.
Regin was drafted by the Senators in 2004, while playing in the Danish professional leagues. He then spent three seasons in the Swedish Elitserien, scoring 12 goals and 31 points in 2007-08, his final season in Europe. He spent most of 2008-09 in the AHL, but appeared in 11 games for the Sens, scoring his first NHL goal in his 3rd game. He made the Senators’ roster in 2009.
Regin has played for Denmark at a number of international junior tournaments, as well as the 2006, 2007 and 2008 World Championships.
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