The Score "Mike Hoffman isn't asking for the moon, he's simply asking the Ottawa Senators to pay him what he thinks is fair. The restricted free agent, set to attend an arbitration hearing Thursday, is reportedly seeking $3.4 million on his next deal with the Senators, according to Tim Wharnsby of..." July 28
TSN "Last week, the NHLPA served notice of 23 players who filed for salary arbitration. However, simply filing for salary arbitration doesn’t necessarily mean that the terms of your next contract will be resolved by the independent third party. In most instances, the player and team bridge the gap..." July 14
Silver Seven "Mike Hoffman has filed for salary arbitration. Hoffman led the Senators last season with 27 goals scored, though his perceived defensive shortcomings got him demoted to the fourth line toward the end of the season. The two sides will continue to negotiate, as they can come to an agreement any time..." July 04
The #Sens have issued qualifying offers to forwards Mike Hoffman, Alex Chiasson, Shane Prince and Cole Schneider.
The Score "After locking up two of their pending restricted free agents early Thursday, the Ottawa Senators are still no closer to signing forward Mike Hoffman. Senators assistant general manager Pierre Dorion was on TSN 1200 radio Thursday where he told Ian Mendes that despite having a good discussion..." June 25
Ottawa Sun "Hands down the most pleasant surprise halfway through this Senators’ season is Mike Hoffman, who has gone from a training camp bubble boy to a Calder Trophy candidate in the course of three months. But an even bigger surprise is that, of his team-leading 13 goals and seven assists, Hoffman has..." January 08
TSN "The Ottawa Senators have signed centre Mike Hoffman one-year, two way contract on Wednesday. The restricted free agent will earn $660,000 at the NHL level and $67,000 in the American Hockey League. The 23-year-old Hoffman was the Binghamton Senators' leading scorer this past season before he..." July 18
Ottawa Sun "The last player off the ice at the Senators morning skate was Mike Hoffman. Binghamton's leading scorer when he suffered a broken collarbone just before the AHL all-star game, Hoffman would have been promoted well before he was (March 28) had he not been injured. As it turned out, he lasted..." May 08