News: The Blue Jackets have re-signed Cody Bass (shoulder) to a two-way contract on Monday, the team's official Twitter page reports.
Analysis:Cody Bass was sidelined with a left shoulder injury for most of the year. Bass is known more for his fighting prowess than skill set so it remains to be seen what type of role he will play with the Blue Jackets.
News:Cody Bass will miss the rest of the season with a left shoulder injury.
Analysis: Count him out of Columbus' plans for the rest of the year, an unfortunately, it's the same left shoulder he badly injured playing for Ottawa a few years ago.
News: The Blue Jackets have reassigned Cody Bass to AHL Springfield, the team's official Twitter page reports.
Analysis:Cody Bass cleared waivers in mid-November. In 14 games with the Blue Jackets this season, Bass recorded one point (assist). Even if he does return to the NHL this season, leave him on the free agent wire.
Blue Jackets' Bass Clears Waivers, To Remain With Team
News:Cody Bass cleared waivers but will remain with the Blue Jackets for the time being, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis:Cody Bass will not be eligible to play, but he will provide an extra practice body for the time being. Since he already cleared waivers, the Blue Jackets can send him straight to the AHL should they need to make a roster move in the near future.
News: The Blue Jackets placed Cody Bass on waivers Wednesday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
Analysis:Cody Bass played in 10 games with the Blue Jackets and picked up 27 PIM, but he has lost his enforcer role with Jared Boll healthy again. Bass will likely head back to AHL Springfield for the time being.
News:Cody Bass picked up a fighting major in Sunday's win over the Ducks.
Analysis: He's got three majors and 22 PIMs in seven games since being called up, and is filling in ably as the Jackets' enforcer while Jared Boll is injured.
News:Cody Bass was recalled from the Springfield Falcons of the AHL on Monday, the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
Analysis:Cody Bass has two goals, two assists and 13 penalty minutes in five games with Springfield this season. He'll add some depth to the roster.
News: Bass signed a one-year, two-way contract with Columbus on Monday, Columbus Dispatch writer Aaron Portzline reports.
Analysis: Bass is a penalty machine, but his 15 points (six goals) in 58 AHL games last year indicate that he's not a significant threat to do much else. He's not guaranteed to make an NHL appearance in the 2011-2012 season.
News: Bass was sent down to the AHL in time for the team's playoffs, Ottawa's Official Page reports.
Analysis: Bass played only one game in the NHL this year. He was named Binghamton's top defensive forward and the club's man of the year Sunday.
News: Ottawa recalled Bass from its AHL affiliate in Binghamton on Saturday reports the club's web site.
Analysis: Bass was recently honored with the Yanick Dupre Memorial Award as the AHL's 2010-11 IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year. Saturday's recall is a nice gift to Bass who has become a leader down in Binghamton. He'll be integral to the B-Sens' success in the coming playoffs.
News: The Senators have sent center Cody Bass to Binghamton of the AHL to start the season. He was competing for a fourth-line job in camp.
Analysis: Bass has been bouncing around the NHL and AHL the last two seasons when he has been healthy. He has primarily been an enforcer and will only have Fantasy value in leagues that reward heavily for PIM, when up in the NHL.
News:The Sports Xchange reports C Cody Bass missed the final 49 games of the 2008-09 season after suffering a shoulder injury and needing surgery. He is expected to compete for a fourth-line job at camp and could help fill a void if the Senators lose tough guy Chris Neil to free agency.
Analysis: Bass has been bouncing around the NHL and AHL the last two seasons when he has been healthy. He has primarily been an enforcer and will only have Fantasy value in leagues that reward heavily for PIM, if he makes the Sens' roster out of camp.
News:The Sports Xchange reports Senators C Cody Bass hasn't played for 39 games because of a shoulder injury and is done for the season.
Analysis: Bass has just two goals and two assists in 33 games over the last two seasons. He has been nothing more than a lower-line forward for Ottawa and organizational depth. There is no point holding onto him in Fantasy.
News: The Ottawa Sun reports that Senators C Cody Bass hurt his shoulder during a fight against Calgary's Eric Nystrom on Saturday. Bass will be re-evaluated on New Year's Eve.
Analysis: Bass has been up and down from the AHL a few times this season and has zero points in 12 games. He has no Fantasy value, healthy or not.
News: Senators C Cody Bass was sent back to Binghamtom of the AHL Sunday. He appeared in five December games, recording no points and a minus-1 rating.
Analysis: Bass is just a lower-line enforcer for the Senators when he is on their roster and has little to no Fantasy value since he can't seem to nab a regular spot in the rotation.
News: The Senators have assigned D Brian Lee, C Cody Bass and C Zack Smith to Binghamton (AHL).
Analysis: Lee, a former UND star, has potential to be a nice mid-level Fantasy contributor some time down the road, but shouldn't be owned in seasonal leagues right now. Bass and Smith have no Fantasy value.
News: Senators C Cody Bass made his season debut Thursday against the Canadiens on a line with Nick Foligno and Ilya Zubov. He didn't have a point in 5:34 of ice time and finished at even. He didn't take a shot and got into a fight with Steve Begin.
Analysis: Bass rejoined Ottawa after totaling two points and 37 penalty minutes in 16 games with Binghamton. Bass has never been a top offensive player and more of a checking-line forward in his career. He is only worth a look in leagues that reward heavily for PIM.
News: The Senators have recalled C Cody Bass from Binghamton (AHL).
Analysis: Bass is a 21-year-old center who could have an NHL impact down the line, but isn't worth keeping in any dynasty leagues at this point.
News: The Senators assigned G Brian Elliott and C Cody Bass to Binghamton (AHL) on Tuesday.
Analysis: Bass is a 21-year-old center who could have an NHL impact down the line, but isn't worth keeping in any dynasty leagues at this point. Elliott will serve as the Sens' third-string goalie this season and will be the No. 1 in Binghamton. He has some minimal Fantasy value, simply because of the goaltending situation in Ottawa.
News: Senators rookie C Cody Bass is likely out until at least late March after undergoing surgery earlier this month on his shin, according to the Ottawa Citizen. Bass developed an infection caused by the tongue of his skate digging into the skin.
Analysis: This injury just has ouch written all over it. Luckily for Fantasy owners, Bass is primarily used as a checking forward and had no Fantasy value before getting hurt. Continue to ignore him.
News: Senators C Cody Bass scored his first NHL goal during Friday's game against the Sabres. The Senators opened the scoring on Bass' goal three minutes into the game. Andrej Meszaros' wrist shot from the right point first went off Mike Fisher near the right circle before Bass got a piece of it to put it past Ryan Miller. Bass now has two points in his last three games.
Analysis: Bass was recently recalled after being demoted to the minors and it appears as though the Senators might keep him around for a little bit. Bass will likely skate on the checking line or third line while with the Senators, but is merely a low-end Fantasy option while in the pros.
News:The Sports Xchange reports the Senators recalled Cody Bass from Binghamton (AHL) on Monday, a surprising move in that they did not have an injury at the time. Head coach John Paddock said Bass, a 20-year-old former fourth-round pick, had forced himself into the lineup with his performance when called up before Christmas as an injury fill-in. As it turned out, Bass was needed when Randy Robitaille fell ill with the flu before Tuesday's game against the Capitals.
Analysis: Bass didn't record a point against the Capitals, but he did pick up an assist against the Islanders on Dec. 27 before he was sent back to Binghamton. Bass will likely skate on the checking line or third line while with the Senators, but is merely a low-end Fantasy option while in the pros.
News: The Ottawa Senators assigned Cody Bass, Danny Bois, Brian Elliott, Jeff Glass, Matt Kinch and Justin Mapletoft to Binghamton of the AHL on Wednesday.
Analysis: None of the players mentioned above are worthy of Fantasy consideration right now.
News: The Ottawa Senators returned C Cody Bass to Mississauga of the OHL, LW Nick Foligno to Sudbury of the OHL and D Tomas Kudelka to Lethbridge of the WHL on Tuesday.
Analysis: The youngsters might have a future in the NHL, but that is at least least two to three years away.