The Senators have traded former B-Sen Jakob Silfverberg to Anaheim as part of a deal that brings Bobby Ryan to Ottawa.
In 32 games with Binghamton last season, Silfverberg had 13 goals and 16 assists.
The Sens also lost 40-year-old Daniel Alfredsson, who signed with the Red Wings.
Additionally, according to Twitter, Sens GM Brian Murray has room in Ottawa for one of the following: Mark Stone, Mike Hoffman, Shane Prince and David Dziurzynski. It is expected the other three will begin the 2013-14 season in Binghamton.
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