(WBNG Binghamton) Another player from last year's championship team won't be back in Binghamton.
But he'll still be in Ottawa.
The Senators have signed Erik Condra to a 2 year deal.
Several reports say it's a one way deal, meaning he'll be playing in the NHL.
Condra split last season with both Ottawa and Binghamton.
In his second season with the B-Sens, Condra recorded 46 points while registering 28 penalty minutes and a team-best +20 rating in 55 games games.
During the run to the Calder Cup, Condra had five goals and 12 assists.
Condra was Ottawa's seventh-round selection, 211th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.