Ottawa Senators completing draft homework

Windsor Spitfires forward Kerby Rychel celebrates after scoring a goal in the 7-4 win against the...

Windsor Spitfires forward Kerby Rychel celebrates after scoring a goal in the 7-4 win against the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds at the WFCU Centre. JOEL BOYCE/QMI AGENCY

BRUCE GARRIOCH, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:42 PM ET

Bryan Murray headed to New York Wednesday to begin his preparations for Sunday's NHL entry draft.

The Senators GM and his closest advisors -- assistant Tim Murray, director of player personnel Pierre Dorion and director of player development Randy Lee -- will hunker down with the club's scouting staff in Manhattan.

While training camp doesn't start until September, Murray and the staff have a lot of work on the agenda before the club makes its No. 1 selection at the Prudential Center just across the Hudson in Newark, N.J., sometime around 5 p.m. Sunday.


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