Found April 14, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
After Tim Murray announced the organization's intent to carry upwards of eight black aces for the team's playoff stretch, Mark Stone, the Senators' uber-prospect and Canadian World Junior star, announced via Twitter that he would be arriving in the nation's capital Sunday. First night in my own bed in a long time.. Going to miss Brandon.. Great 4 years of my life! Off to ottawa Sunday! #pumped — Mark Stone (@M_Stoner16) April 14, 2012 From the sounds of it, it seems like the organization has decided that it would be better for Stone to report directly to Ottawa than possibly play in Binghamton's final regular season game on Saturday against the Norfolk Admirals. Frankly, in light of the injury that forced him to miss the last four periods of his WHL playoff series versus the Edmonton Oil Kings, it makes sense.There is plenty of time for Mark Stone to play for the Binghamton Senators in the near future however. Today the Ottawa Senators announced that they ...
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