The Big Cut to Hit Sens Tuesday

With the Binghamton Senators set to begin camp this morning in Ottawa, the Senators will cut the roster to between 25 and 27 players with a “legitimate shot to make the team,” said coach Paul MacLean.
Those who figure to be sent down include goalies Mike McKenna, Brian Stewart, and Robin Lehner; defencemen Tim Conboy, Bob Raymond, Josh Godfrey, Craig Schira, Patrick Wiercioch, Mark Borowiecki, and Eric Gryba; and forwards Mike Hoffman, David Dziurzynski, Derek Grant, Corey Cowick, Corey Locke, Mark Parrish, Darren Kramer, Jim O’Brien, Patrick Cannone, Francis Lessard, Wacey Hamilton, Jack Downing, Maxime Gratchev, Louie Caporusso, and possibly Andre Petersson.
That would leave the main camp with 26 players, including the injured Jesse Winchester.
For the rest of the way, the most interesting battles will be between Mika Zibanejad and Stephane Da Costa up front, and Jared Cowen and David Rundblad on defence.

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