Princeton assistant coach Tim Marks is departing for a position as the video coach of the Binghamton Senators, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Ottawa Senators.
Marks played college hockey at Clarkson University before embarking on a brief minor league career in the AHL and ECHL. The Brownville, NY native played parts of two seasons with the Norfolk Admirals in the AHL and two games with the Elmira Jackals in the ECHL.
In other Princeton news, defenseman Kevin Mills has left the program to concentrate on academics. The Calgary, Alberta native had been sidelined by injury for much of his two years at Princeton, including the entire 2012-13 season.
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