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Binghamton Re-stock continues
« on: July 11, 2011, 06:09:07 PM »
In addition to Sweatt today, Sens signed defenceman Tim Conboy to a 1 year contract.  "Conboy spent last season with the Portland Pirates of the AHL and has 59 games of NHL experience with the Carolina Hurricanes."   12 points (12 assists) and a professional career-high 233 penalty minutes. Conboy also recorded two points (one goal, one assist) in 12 post-season contests with Portland.


http://senators.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=569034&cmpid=rss-News

Classmate must be liking all the action and attention to stocking the team.  But are Bingo fans wondering where this Murray has emerged from after the last few years!



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Re: Binghamton Re-stock continues
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2011, 08:36:30 AM »
In addition to Sweatt today, Sens signed defenceman Tim Conboy to a 1 year contract.  "Conboy spent last season with the Portland Pirates of the AHL and has 59 games of NHL experience with the Carolina Hurricanes."   12 points (12 assists) and a professional career-high 233 penalty minutes. Conboy also recorded two points (one goal, one assist) in 12 post-season contests with Portland.


http://senators.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=569034&cmpid=rss-News

Classmate must be liking all the action and attention to stocking the team.  But are Bingo fans wondering where this Murray has emerged from after the last few years!



It's getting close to the time to extend the contract with the B-Sens.  (This is the last season of the current contract) Tom Mitchell (Co-owner and VP)  has had a number of "conversations" with Ottawa regarding this.  Not a lot of options out there for a NHL team looking for an AHL team. Especially with how little travel time and expense is involved when calling someone up.   Also, just maybe the Murray's saw the plus side of having their prospects winning a Calder Cup last season.  :happy dance:  Heck win the Calder Cup one season, move the players up to the NHL and win the Stanley Cup the next season.  That's how it works isn't it?   ;)