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Greenham wants to come back to Binghamton on Two-Way Deal

Between Andrew Hammond's early season struggles with the Binghamton Senators and his subsequent success in Ottawa, one beneficiary was goalie Scott Greenham. Despite a reassignment to Evansville at the end of the calendar year, Greenham played the most games (29) for the B-Sens, the most wins (15) and the most saves (815). Yet, with his current contract, there was no chance for him to see NHL action.

Greenham was under contract with Binghamton, not Ottawa. Heading into the offseason, he says there's nothing he'd like more than to be back in the Southern Tier next year, but hopefully on an NHL Two-way contract.

"I'm hoping next year I can put myself in the best possible position for my career and get an NHL contract and I'd love to be back in Binghamton next year, that's for sure," Greenham said. "I've been here parts of three seasons now and I've enjoyed every part, every time I've been here."