Ottawa Senators forward Tim Stutzle has reached an impressive milestone, becoming the youngest player in the franchise’s history to record a 50-assist season at just 21 years and 85 days old. The young star was drafted third overall in the 2020 NHL Draft by the Senators and has continued to make significant strides in his development.
In 77 games this season, Stutzle has notched 38 goals and 50 assists, totaling 88 points. This impressive point tally demonstrates Stutzle’s steady progress in the NHL, as he recorded 29 points in his rookie campaign, followed by 58 points in his sophomore season, and now 88 points with one game remaining.
Although the Senators have been eliminated from playoff contention with 39 wins in 81 games, Stutzle’s remarkable development serves as a beacon of hope for the organization as they continue to rebuild their roster.
Fans and management alike have plenty to be excited about with Stutzle’s growth, as the 21-year-old forward has shown great promise in his young career. As he continues to develop and mature, the Senators can look forward to a bright future with Stutzle as a key piece in their lineup.
Stutzle’s 88 points is the highest in the Senators organization this season, followed by Brady Tkachuk who has 82 points, and Claude Giroux who has 78.