Help for Bingo from trade with Blackhawks

The Senators got some help for Binghamton on Friday by acquiring left wing Rob Klinkhammer from the Chicago Blackhawks for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in the 2013 draft.
The pick is conditional on how many games he might play in the NHL.
Klinkhammer, 25, has two goals and four assists in 18 games with the Blackhawks’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs, this season. He’ll join Binghamton immediately.
Undrafted, Klinkhammer is in his fifth season of pro hockey, all of which have been with the Chicago organization. He has played 308 AHL games with the Norfolk Admirals and Rockford, and one NHL game with the Blackhawks.
“It’s a fresh start for him and we’re in turn trying to help our farm team in Binghamton,” said general manager Bryan Murray.
“He’s a big strong kid who skates real well, gets up and down the ice real well, and we think he can score at that level, as well. It’s a great opportunity for us and we hope to provide one for him, as well.”

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