B-Sens Fall 3-2 To Hershey Bears

After winning their first two games of the season, the Binghamton Senators fell 3-2 to the Hershey Bears Friday night.  The Bears scored once in each period to take a 3-0 lead before the Senators scored twice in the last 11 minutes to make a game of it.  Blueliners Andre Benoit (power play) and Tyler Eckford (shorthanded) did the scoring for Bingo, with Mark Stone and Mika Zibanejad each earning an assist.

Ryan Potulny, who was a key part of Binghamton’s Calder Cup Championship team, had two assists for the Bears and was named the game’s second star.

Binghamton outshot Hershey 44-21, with Dany Sabourin shutting the door for the first 49 minutes.   Robin Lehner allowed all three goals, while making only 18 savesm

Topics: AHL, Binghamton Senators, Hershey Bears

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  • Aragorn

    Here is a message to all bloggers & hockey writers, start writing about the NHL teams prospects & AHL affiliate teams & stop writing about the NHL. The sooner they see that we have moved on the sooner they will get something done, nothing is worse then irrelevence. Stop writing about the lockout & the negotiations or lack there of. I am no longer interested in reading nothing is happening or they refused another offer or counter offer, it’s repetitive, it all sucks & lacks news worthiness.
    The Bingo Sens on the other hand, are a very interesting team this yr & Sens hockey writers should be focussed on them instead of the NHL players who are doing nothing of interest to us any more. We want to read more about the guys who are playing, more than the guys who are not. They have a good record & are playing some good tough hockey & could have another cup run, they are that good. So lets hear more about them & nothing about the guys who don’t want to play any more.