Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Cody Ceci
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 21/12/1993
AGE: 22
DRAFTED: OTT: 2012-15 overall
OHL Second All-Star Team (2012, 2013)

2014-15: Played his first full season with Ottawa … Established new personal career professional highs in goals (five), assists (16), points (21) and games (81) … Led the Senators with 113 blocked shots … Ranked fourth among Senators in averaging 19:17 time-on-ice per game … Recorded the first power-play goal of his NHL career on Jan. 10 at Arizona (5-1 win) … His six penalty minutes were a league low for players who appeared in 81 or more games … Played in his first NHL playoff game on April 15 at Montreal (4-3 loss) … Recorded his first NHL playoff point with an assist on a goal by Clarke MacArthur on April 17 at Montreal (3-2 OT loss) … Registered two assists over six playoff games. 2013-14: Competed in his first full season of professional hockey, primarily with Ottawa after beginning and concluding the season with Binghamton (AHL) … Was recalled by Ottawa for the first time in his career on Dec. 12 after registering 17 points (two goals, 15 assists) while having appeared in each of the B-Sens’ first 24 games … Earned a plus-two rating while skating in 20:40 time-on-ice in making his NHL debut on Dec. 12 against Buffalo (2-1 win) … Became the first player in Senators franchise history to score his first career goal in overtime when he did so on Dec. 16 vs. St. Louis (3-2 OT win) … Registered the second goal (and the second game-winning goal) of his career in helping Ottawa to a 4-2 win over Vancouver in the 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic on March 2 at BC Place … Was re-assigned to Binghamton on April 14 and recorded two assists over the final three games of the season before scoring once and adding an assist over four Calder Cup playoff contests against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. 2012-13: Split his fourth major junior season with the OHL’s Ottawa 67’s and Owen Sound Attack following a 1/7/13 trade from Ottawa ... Established new major junior career highs in goals (19), assists (45), points (64) and games (69) ... Recorded 10 post-season points over 12 playoff games with the Attack ... Ranked second among OHL defencemen in regular-season scoring and tied for fourth in post-season scoring ... Upon conclusion of the Attack season, made his professional debut with the AHL’s Binghamton Senators, recording two points (one goal, one assist) over three regular season games ... Made his professional debut with the B-Sens on 4/19/13 against Manchester and scored his first professional goal in a 5-1 Binghamton win at Syracuse on 4/21/13 ... Was a roster invitee for Canada’s National Junior Team development camp. 2011-12: Completed his third season of major junior hockey with the 67’s registering new major junior career highs in goals (17), assists (43) and points (60) ... Ranked first among 67’s defencemen and was fourth among all players in scoring ... Led the 67’s in post-season assists (13) and tied for third among all Ottawa players with 15 playoff points ... Ranked second among OHL defencemen in regular-season scoring ... Registered at least one point in 13 of 18 post-season contests ... Recorded an OHL personal best seven-game point scoring streak from 1/8/12 to 1/27/12 (10 points). 2010-11: Skated in each of the 67’s regular-season games and four post-season contests in his second full season of major junior hockey ... Was one of only two Ottawa players to appear in each of the club’s games ... Ranked third among team defencemen in scoring ... Represented Canada at the 2011 U18 World Junior Championship in Germany. 2009-10: Made his major junior debut with Ottawa on 9/18/09 at Sault Ste. Marie and tallied his first point (and goal) of his major junior career in a home game against Windsor on 10/2/09 ... Was the youngest player on the 67’s roster.