Photo: With 36 points (12 goals, 24 assists), Ryan Dzingel has led the Binghamton Senators in scoring throughout the 2015-16 season. (Courtesy of Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images)
The Ottawa Senators loaded its AHL affiliate up for bear during the offseason, but the extra help hasn’t translated over to the standings. Now, the Binghamton squad tries to get its season—and its players—back on track. Read more»
Photo: Forward Shane Prince has been a standout in his third year of AHL play, managing 25 points in 28 games. Prince was picked in the second round of the 2011 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Mark Spowart/Icon Sportswire)
With the exit of several players from last year’s team, the Binghamton Senators got off to a slow start, but the standout play of some key Ottawa prospects have helped the team recover.
Photo: Forward prospect Mark Stone began the 2014-15 season in the NHL with Ottawa. Stone was a sixth round pick from 2010. (courtesy of Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images)
The Ottawa Senators have one of the youngest groups of players currently playing in the NHL. They are the fourth youngest team, with an average age of 26, and have had numerous prospects make the jump to the NHL over the last few years, such as Mika Zibanejad, Patrick Wiercioch, and Robin Lehner.
Photo: Selected ninth overall in the 2009 NHL Draft, defenseman Jared Cowen has established himself as a tough, two-way defenseman in the NHL. (courtesy of Warren Wimmer/Icon SMI)
The 2008-09 NHL season ended with the Ottawa Senators missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996. The team was in decline, but the 2009 NHL Draft proved to be a fruitful one in what became a relatively quick and successful rebuild. General manager Bryan Murray's staff made quality selections, covering each positional area of the ice.
Photo: Forward Cole Schneider is one of several forwards having a strong year for the Binghamton Senators. Schneider was signed as a free agent in 2012. (courtesy of Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images)
A little more than halfway through the 2013-14 NHL season, the Ottawa Senators are crowded at most positions. A number of forwards and defensemen are being evaluated as Ottawa tries to solidify its roster and push up the Eastern Conference standings.