Sens TV sat down with a handful of Senators prospects to give fans a chance to get to know them a little bit better. Up next in this series is Vincent Dunn who was traded to the Rimouski Océanic this summer after playing in Gatineau for 2013-14. On August 6, Dunn was signed to an entry-level contract by the Sens.
The 2013-14 season was a career year for Dunn — his third in the Quebec League and his first (and only) with the Olympiques. He established career highs in goals and penalty minutes with 31 and 156 respectively. Dunn was also a point-per-game player for Gatineau in the playoffs, registering three goals and nine points in their nine playoff games. Upon the completion of Gatineau's playoffs he joined the Binghamton Senators on an amateur tryout, appearing in a regular season game. He was traded to Rimouski on May 30.
Senators assistant GM Pierre Dorion had this to say on Dunn after he was selected by the Sens in the 2013 Draft.
A local kid from Gatineau, he's a heart-and-soul, character, agitator type who has got some skill. He's got to work on his skating and a few other things but he's a high character kid. He can play both centre and wing, probably a winger at the pro level.
Dunn signed a three-year entry level contract with the Senators earlier this month and figures to be the next local prospect with hopes of playing into the team's future plans.
With all that said, here's Sens TV with Vincent Dunn.