Dave Dziurzynski finished his overage season with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs of the BCHL in 2009-10 scoring 21 goals and adding 53 assists in 57 regular season games.

He was signed by the Ottawa Senators as an undrafted free agent to a three year contract,  April 6, 2010.

From his home in Lloydminster, Alta. the tough left winger went from Tier II hockey and made the B-Sens club in his first development camp. He played in 14 playoff games with Binghamton and figured in their Calder Cup Championship win.

After another season in Binghamton, Dziurzynski improved his numbers to 11 goals and 17 assists in 72 games.

With the Ottawa Senators suffering injuries to several key players, the 23 year old Dziurzynski or “Dizzy” as he’s been nicknamed, was called up and made his NHL debut at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday, February 16, 2013.

Head coach Paul MacLean has Dizzy playing significant minutes (16 in his past two games), on an effective crash line with Chris Neil and Zack Smith. Dziurzynski admits skating is his biggest improvement, thanks to extra work he did with club instructor Marc Power.