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The 6th Sens:
Is Hugh Jessiman local?No?Okay I can't explain this.This afternoon the Senators announced they had signed the infamous former 12th overall pick to a one-year, two-way contract. The 6'6 231 right-wing is 28 years old and has appeared in two NHL games. On the other hand he did score a career-high 27 goals last year in the AHL for Lake Erie and Abottsford.The rebuild is over folks. Time to get that cup.
*sticks head out window* THE SENS SIGNED JESSIMAN. HUGH JESSIMAN.
— Brochenski (@Brochenski) July 3, 2012
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