Binghamton Senators Weekly Report

The Binghamton Senators played three games in three nights this weekend going 2-1 on the week.

The Baby Sens opened the weekend on a winning note defeating the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3-2 in OT

Max McCormick opened the scoring  shorthanded from Michael Kostka  and Chad Nehring. 

Phil Varone gave the Senators a 2 goal advantage 33 seconds into the 3rd period. Ben Harpur and Jack Rodewald added on the assists.

Bridgeport fought back tallying 2 goals of their own in the 3rd period to force overtime.

Jack Rodewald ended the hockey game at 1:29 into overtime from Phil Varone and Chris Rumble

Chris Driedger made 33 saves on 35 shots on the night for a .943 SV%. 

The Baby Sens struggled with the man advantage going 0/6 on the power play.

The Binghamton Senators only loss of the week came Saturday Night against The Albany Devils 3-2.

Binghamton fell behind 2-0 in the 1st period.

Max McCormick took exception to a Kevin Rooney elbow on Casey Bailey. The two proceed to drop the gloves.

The Senators responded with a pair of their own in the second frame to tie the game. Falling just short.

The Baby Sens Power play struggles continued going 0/2 on the night.

Chris Driedger made 31 saves on 34 shots on the night for a .912 SV%. 

The Binghamton Senators ended their week on a high note beating the Hershey Bears Sunday Night 4-2.

The Binghamton Senators opened the game scoring twice in the first six minutes of the hockey game.

Zach Sill trying to spark his team dropped the gloves vs Guillaume Lepine (

Kyle Flanagan and Nathan Walker dropped the gloves after the two exchanged words in the last seconds of the 1st period. (

The Hershey Bears evened the game at two apiece early in the 3rd period. Chad Nehring scored the game wining goal at 8:27 of the 3rd period. Phil Varone added the insurance goal late in the 3rd period to seal the win.

Matt O’Connor made 24 saves on 26 shots on the night for a .923 SV%

The Baby Sens broke through on the power play scoring on one of two opportunities. Binghamton went 1/10 on the Power play this week. Baby Sen of the week.

Phil Varone scored 3 goals ,1 assists +3.

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