Not at the moment, anyway. According to the Ottawa Sun, the Ottawa Senators would rather "stay in-house" and give their 'kids' a chance to earn a top-six forward role than throw a wad of cash at free-agent winger Jaromir Jagr. With Bobby Ryan on board, there should be plenty of competition for the top-two lines -- if not top-three-- as it is. But that doesn't rule out the possibility of trading for Jagr, or the like, once the season is well underway.
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