B-Sens Say Goodbye, Go Their Seperate Ways

By WBNG News

June 9, 2011 Updated Jun 9, 2011 at 11:41 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) This time in uniform is also the last time they'll all be together as a team.

A long overdue break is finally here, which means guys going back home all over the world.

But certainly this title is something that will bond this group together, regardless of where they may play in the future.

"You certainly build a better rapport with everybody through the playoffs cause of the rigors and because you really have to rally around one another so it'll be said to say goodbye to those guys but in the end, everybody realizes hockey is a pretty small world so you end up running into these guys somewhere down the road," says Colin Greening, who will play in Ottawa next season.

"It was a great experience for sure and its kind of sad we have to say goodbye to most of the guys here but I'm just going to keep a great souveigneer. It was amazing to go all the way and win the Calder Cup," say Patrick Coulombe.

The trip home takes guys to Sweden, Latvia, Switzerland, and all across Canada and the US.

This was also the last chance for a few guys to get fitted for their championship ring.

Each guy will get one day with the Calder Cup back home and we'll try and keep track of them throughout the summer.

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