Senators Sign Forward Hugh Jessiman to a One-Year, Two-Way ContractJuly 3, 2012 - American Hockey League (AHL) Binghamton Senators
Jessiman, 28, split last season between the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters and the Abbotsford Heat. In a combined 67 games, he recorded 27 goals and 17 assists for 44 points while recording 108 penalty minutes.
The 6-6, 231-pound, New York native has played in 432 career AHL games with the Hartford Wolf Pack, Milwaukee Admirals, Rockford IceHogs, Rochester Americans, Lake Erie and Abbotsford, scoring 107 goals and 93 assists while adding 699 penalty minutes.
Jessiman has appeared in two career National Hockey league games, recording five penalty minutes with the Florida Panthers during the 2010-11 campaign. He was originally the New York Rangers' first-round pick (12th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
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