On the defensive side, Ottawa took the loss of one Binghamton blue-liner, and replaced him with 2 others.
Today the Sens signed Lee Sweatt to a two year, two way contract.
He played in 41 games with the Manitoba Moose, scoring 5 goals and adding 9 assists.
Defenseman Geoff Kinrade of last year's Calder Cup champions, has signed a contract to play in the Czech Elite League according to the Nelson Daily newspaper.
Terms of the deal were not announced.
Kinrade played in 78 games in Binghamton last season, scoring 6 goals and adding 19 assists.
During the run to the Calder Cup, he added a goal, which was the game winner in Game 6 against Manchester, and 4 assists in 23 games.
The Sens also signed defenseman Tim Conboy, from Portland, to a 1 year, two way contract.
He scored 2 goals in the playoffs, including the game winning goal against the Binghamton Senators in game 3 of their second round series.
Conboy had 12 assists and a career high 233 penalty minutes in 70 games with Portland.