(Source: Jeremy Donovan)
As is required by the NHL at the end of training camp, the roster needs to be reduced to 22 players. To get to that number, the Ottawa Senators needed to cut 30 players and reassign them in the system. Twenty-nine of them will start the year with the B-Sens:
Binghamton begins its season Saturday, Oct. 5 at home against Syracuse.
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