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Which Senators prospect had the most impressive season in 2013-2014?

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With Binghamton's loss to Scranton on Friday night, the season is now officially over for both teams named Senators. Today's Weekly Question asks: which Sens youngster impressed you most this season?

Candidates:

Cody Ceci

The teenage blue liner looked so good early in the season that he was recalled to the big club in December and never looked back.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Ottawa 2013-14 49 3 6 9 -5 14
Binghamton 2013-14 27 2 17 19 11 10

Mark Stone

Stone was again hampered by injury but when he wasn't confined to sickbay, he showed some of the offensive flare that's had Sens fans excited about his prospects for the last few seasons.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Ottawa 2013-14 19 4 4 8 5 4
Binghamton 2013-14 37 15 26 41 5 6

Mike Hoffman

Hoffman had a breakout season in the AHL this year and earned an extended look in Ottawa to end the season after leading the BSens in goals and points in just 51 regular season games.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Ottawa 2013-14 25 3 3 6 -2 2
Binghamton 2013-14 51 30 37 67 11 32

Cole Schneider

He didn't get a look with the Sens this season but Schneider was one of Binghamton's most reliable point producers in just his second full season of pro hockey.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Binghamton 2013-14 69 20 34 54 14 22

Jean-Gabriel Pageau

While Pageau saw limited action in the NHL this season, the youngster exploded offensively in the AHL this season. He was almost a point-per-game player with BSens in 46 games in 2013-14.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Ottawa 2013-14 28 2 0 2 -5 12
Binghamton 2013-14 46 20 24 44 15 23

Fredrik Claesson

Claesson's second season with Binghamton was impressive. A dominant shutdown defenseman, he more than doubled his point totals from the previous season

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
Binghamton 2013-14 75 3 26 29 37 39

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