Regin back on skates, Da Costa moves up

The roster shuffling may not be over yet for the Ottawa Senators, in advance of Friday’s season opener against the Detroit Red Wings.

Here’s the report from Ken Warren down at Senators practice today:

The roster shuffling may not be over yet for the Ottawa Senators, in advance of Friday’s season opener against the Detroit Red Wings.
As the Senators practiced Tuesday in advance of a quick pre-season retreat to London, Ont., centre Stephane Da Costa took a regular shift for the first time since suffering a lower body injury last Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Peter Regin was also back on the ice – wearing a no-contact sweater – for ther first time since hurting his shoulder in an exhibition game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
It’s possible that one, or both, could play against Detroit Friday.
That could mean Zenon Konopka takes a seat, although Konopka will probably be in the lineup Saturday against Toronto, in what is expected to be a more physical game.

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