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  1. From: SB Nation > All About The Jersey Blog
  2. Well, what do you know, the rumor turned out to be true after all. And you know it's true if Pete Dougherty's reporting it; it still bothers him that he got taken in by the Portland-to-Albany rumor from a few years back, so if he's running with a rumor, you can trust that he believes there is a sufficient amount of truth behind it.
  3. I saw a rumor on facebook regarding this: The Ottawa Senators are considering moving the Binghamton Senators to Belleville, Ontario for the 2017/18 season. Thoughts?
  4. From: The American Hockey League > Headlines
  5. From telegram.com: Coetzee helps Sharks roll past Senators Sharks' Taormina excited for All-Star bid From pressconnects.com: B-Sens keep sliding, lose to Worcester From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks overpower Senators in 6-3 win vs Binghamton From sharksahl.com: Sharks score three power play goals in 6-3 win over Senators From binghamtonsenators.com: B-Sens Drop 4th Straight From theahl.com: Game Summary Scorer's sheet
  6. From telegram.com: Worcester Sharks open season with overtime win Worcester Sharks coach Sommer sends out potent line From pressconnects.com: Binghamton Senators drop season opener in overtime B-Sens Live: Binghamton edged by Worcester in OT From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks use record setting goal by Matt Taormina to defeat Binghamton 3-2 in OT From sharksahl.com: WorSharks score 3-on-3 overtime winner in Binghamton From binghamtonsenators.com: B-Sens Drop Season Opener 3-2 in OT From theahl.com: Game Summary Scorer's Sheet
  7. Binghamton will continue to host the American Hockey League affiliate of the Ottawa Senators for at least five more seasons... as they extend their agreement through the 2018-2019 season. http://ottawacitizen.com/sports/hockey/nhl/senators-extra/senators-extend-ahl-agreement-with-binghamton
  8. The Syracuse Crunch and the Binghamton Senators will hold part of their training camps in FRANCE! The two will be involved in a 3-game, 4-team tourney in Lyon, France. Should be great team building time - the flights, the rooming, and exploration together. The schedule of games are as follows: October 2nd - Syracuse vs Binghamton (at Lyon) October 3rd (or 4th) - Syracuse vs. LHC Lions (at Lyon) * October 3rd (or 4th) - Binghamton vs Bruleurs de Loups (at Grenoble) * October 5th - Binghamton vs Syracuse (at Lyon) * - Date to be determined upon the release of the Magnus League schedule.
  9. Forwards Jakob Silfverberg Mika Zibenajad Mike Hoffman Mark Stone Derek Grant Stephane DaCosta Andre Petersson (ego) Hugh Jessiman Corey Cowick Shane Prince Cole Schneider Jean-Gabriel Pageau David Dziurzynski Pat Cannone Wacey Hamilton Jack Downing Darren Kramer Dustin Gazley Jean Bourbeau David Marshall Louie Caporusso Nick Craven Stephen Schultz Jakob Culek Buddy Robinson Matt Puempel Defense Mark Borowiecki Andre Benoit Patrick Wiercoich Jared Cowen (hip, would have been in ottawa anyways) Eric Gryba Tyler Eckford Chris Wideman Fredrick Claesson Ben Blood Daniel New Brett Lebda Kyle Bushee Michael Sdao Cody Ceci Goaltending Ben Bishop Robin Lehner Nate Lawson Marc Cheverie Ian Kaserich Andrew Hammond Scott Greenham Red = season done injury Orange = injury Strikethrough = call-up to Ottawa Blue = ECHL callup or PTO Blue Strikethrough = ECHL call up and then sent back down Purpleish = College kid on ATO or Prospect
  10. Today the AHL featured on its website an article from the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin about the Senators thriving despite playing in one of the smallest markets in the league. The article also spends some time discussing Abbotsford's problems. Binghamton Senators succeed despite being one of AHL's smaller markets
  11. Assuming Ottawa keeps the following 12 forwards, 6-7 defensemen, and 2 goalies. Assuming no signings of course or this years draft class. Forwards Spezza Michalek Neil Zibanejad Silvferberg Turris Greening Z. Smith O'Brien Mark Stone Hoffman (I assume they sign him and promote him) Alfredson (if he doesnt retire or get traded) Latendresse (they cant possibly sign him, he is too fragile) Regin/Condra/Duagavins have all worn out their welcome D-men Karlsson Cowen Methot Phillips Weircoich Gryba Brorweicki Goalies Anderson Lehner Bishop (gets traded) For down in Bingo! Forwards Schneider Grant Prince Pageau Hamilton Cannone (sigh) Cowick (he needs to be resigned please!) Kramer Jessiman (not signed and please do not re-sign) Dzuirzynski (needs to be re-signed) DaCosta (I dont think they resign him, straight up UFA) Petersson (unfortunately on cotract for another year, lame) The rest will be rookies or signings D-Men Wideman Eckford Claesson Blood Boro or Gryba (whoever doesnt stick in Ottawa) Lebda only on an AHL deal Goalies Lawson is a good backup AHL goalie and is not signed Nothing at all lined up! Wheeeeee........