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|New Haven Senators|
|City:||New Haven, Connecticut|
|League:||American Hockey League|
|Operated:||1992–93 AHL season|
|Home Arena:||New Haven Coliseum|
|Colors:||Red, black, bronze and white|
|1972 to 1992:||New Haven Nighthawks|
|1992–93 AHL season:||New Haven Senators|
|1993 to 1996:||Prince Edward Island Senators|
|2002 to present:||Binghamton Senators|
The New Haven Senators are a former team that played in the American Hockey League During The 1992–93 AHL season. The team played their home games at the New Haven Coliseum. The Senators were known as the New Haven Nighthawks. from 1972 to 1992. The team changed their name to match their new parent club, the Ottawa Senators.
The market was subsequently home to:
- Beast of New Haven (1997–1999)
- New Haven Knights (UHL) (2000–2002).
- Bridgeport Sound Tigers (2001–present)
- Goals: 23 - Greg Pankewicz
- Assists: 44 - Scott White
- Points: 60 - Martin St. Amour
- Penalty minutes: 195 - Gerry St. Cyr
- GAA: 3.32 - Darrin Madeley
- SV%: .905 - Darrin Madeley
- Goaltending wins: 10 - Darrin Madeley and Mark Laforest
- Shutouts: 1 - Mark Laforest
- Games: 80 - Scott White
|1992–93||80||22||47||11||55||262||343||5th, North||Out of playoffs|
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