Found June 12, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
  Prior to the Los Angeles Kings winning their first Stanley Cup, the Ottawa Senators apparently were taking care of some royalty of their own. A few weeks ago, Pierre Dorion first mentioned on the radio that assistant GM Tim Murray was looking to get entry level contracts for Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Shane Prince done. After which, he acknowledged that the organization was hopeful that both would play in Binghamton next season. In listening to Dorion speak, I was left with the impression that it was not a matter of if these players would sign their ELCs, it was a question of when. (And somewhere, there’s an Anaheim Ducks fan reading this, thinking about Justin Schultz, and shedding a tear.) After some noise that Pageau was close to inking his deal, the organization officially acknowledged that Pageau had signed his first professional contract last week. Well, now we may have to wait a few days for the organization to do the same with Prince since one of the former Ottawa 67s fo...
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