Senators News: November 27th

Ian C. McLaren writes about Binghamton’s recent success (nothing new here, but it nicely encapsulates how good the team has been of late).

-Here’s the weekly prospect update (for players with more than 10 games played I’ve indicated where they are in scoring; for blueliners they are compared to other defensemen on the team):

CHL
Matt Puempel (OHL Kitchener) 25-21-7-28 (1st)
Cody Ceci (OHL Ottawa) 27-7-21-28 (1st)
Stefan Noesen (OHL Plymouth) 21-14-8-22 (t-1st)
Jordan Fransoo (WHL Victoria) 20-2-6-8 (t-2nd)
Jakub Culek (QMJHL Cape Breton) 6-4-2-6 (10th)
Jarrod Maidens (OHL Owen Sound) (injured)
Chris Driedger (WHL Calgary) 14-3-2 2.24 .923
Francois Brassard (QMJHL Quebec) 14-5-1 2.56 .905

Allsvenskan (Swe)
Mikael Wikstrand (Mora) 24-9-7-16 (1st)

KHL
Nikita Filatov (Salavat) 28-8-9-17 (2nd)

NCAA
Ryan Dzingel (Ohio) – 12-5-5-10 (2nd)
Max McCormick (Ohio) – 12-4-4-8 (3rd)
Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 10-5-4-9 (t-2nd)
Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 12-2-8-10 (t-1st)
Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 8-2-3-5
Tim Boyle (Union) – 5-0-1-1

USHL
Robbie Baillargeon (Indiana) – 20-5-8-13 (6th)

-On the amusing side of things you can read how Tweets got Guy Serota removed as the mediator of the NHL/NHLPA talks.  It’s bemusing that so many people are incapable of controlling themselves on social media.

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)