BINGHAMTON -- Along with some very familiar faces returning to the B-Sens this season, there will also be a couple of new old faces coming back.
Ottawa assigned Mika Zibanejad and Jim O'Brien to Binghamton to begin the season.
Zibanejad, who played the majority of the season in the NHL last year, put up 7 goals and 13 assists in Ottawa.
As for O'Brien, he spent all of last year with the big club. O'Brien has not donned a B-Sens uniform in a couple of years, but he knows that his experience -- especially as a member of 2011's Calder Cup Championship team -- is something that can help his younger teammates.
O'Brien, Zibanejad, and Head Coach Luke Richardson all discussed the importance of these players sharing their NHL experience.
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