Siegenthaler recorded nine points in 64 games and averaged 15:44 per contest during the 2019-20 campaign. The Swiss native was one of Washington's most reliable defensive defensemen last season, as his 2.13 expected goals against per 60 minutes was the lowest among Caps blue-liners to log at least 100 minutes at five-on-five, according to Natural Stat Trick.
The 23-year-old projects to be a key cog on Washington's third pairing with Michal Kempny out six-to-eight months due to an Achilles injury, despite some offseason additions to the back end.
|Brenden Dillon||John Carlson|
|Dmitry Orlov||Justin Schultz|
|Jonas Siegenthaler||Nick Jensen|
|Trevor van Riemsdyk|
Siegenthaler, who stands at 6-foot-3 and 206 pounds, was the Capitals' second-round pick in 2015.