Denis Hamel, former AHL star, to be honoured by Binghamton

It’s been nearly four years since Denis Hamel suited up for Binghamton, but tonight the former Senators forward will take to the ice to be honoured by the team and given his induction into the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame.

In six seasons with the Sens, Hamel amassed 392 points while securing his spot as the franchises leader in goals, assists and points. With 203 goals and 189 points, Hamel was a fan favourite, captaining the Sens from 2007 to 2010 before spending his final two AHL seasons in Adirondack with the Phantoms. Hamel sits at 11th all-time in goals in the AHL.

Hamel, who has spent his last two seasons with the LNAH’s Jonquière Marquis, was given the 2007-08 Yanick Dupre Award for his work in the community.

The Senators tweeted a photo of the plaque they will be honouring Hamel with.

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