Scouting The 2014-’15 Binghamton Senators: Offense

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This team might have a difficult act to follow in the footstep’s of last season’s success as that squad put on a performance to remember as a well oiled machine that led the league in scoring, as we now focus on the second installment of Scouting The 2014-’15 Binghamton Senators concentrating on the offense.

After their AHL best 276 goals, the challenge’s ahead will be in not necessarily duplicating that kind of firepower, but how effectively the new addition’s will do, mostly as secondary weapon’s as the B-Sens just might have enough resources to follow-up on the task at hand making it somewhat plausible.

Mark Stone is gone, having graduated to the big club. Mike Hoffman won’t be sent down after signing a new two-way deal exposing him to waivers. Stephane Da Costa and Andre Petersson have joined the recently departed that also had big roles fitting the pieces of the puzzle together.

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Thus, after the fallout, the next group of players will now have to step up to the plate representing the new primary sources, with Matt Puempel and his 30 goals leading the way. Followed then by Shane Prince’s 21 tallies, Jean-Gabriel Pageau (20), Cole Schneider (20) and Buddy Robinson (15). Fill in some youthful injections with rookie’s Ryan Dzingel and Max McCormick, as well as Alex Guptill and Garrett Thompson. Rounding up the line up are veteran’s Derek Grant, David Dziurzynski, Darren Kramer and newly signed Carter Camper with Jakub Culek filling in.

– Senators’ training camp invitees but not signed: Nick Palmieri, Danny Hobbs, Brandon Wong and Brad Mills.

(There are eight players selected that are ‘On the Radar‘ ready for the Ottawa Senators in any call-up situation. Future articles will provide follow-ups for the leading player in keeping pace of their progress throughout the season.)

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*Graphic Art by Matt Trayling. Cover & Insert’s Courtesy of Alicia Strauch.