Binghamton Senators Pre-Game Edition: Albany Devils

The red-hot Devils have won eight of their last eleven and face the Senators at the Veterans Memorial Arena tonight for the two team’s first meeting of the season. The B-Sens are looking to snap their three game losing streak and pull ahead out of a first place tie with the Penguins. The Devils sit in second place in the Northeast and have tallied 14 goals in their last two games as Andrew Hammond (6-3-1-0, 3.14gaa) appears to get the call in goal for the B-Sens and Keith Kinkaid (8-3-1-2, 2.30gaa) for Albany.

(14-7-0-1) 29 pts

/? 16 pts

Tied for 1st in East Division


(13-7-1-1) 28 pts

2nd in Northeast Division


B-Sens Projected Lineup*


Forward Lines










Lawson / Hammond


Injured Reserved: Forward Shane Prince (flu).

Healthy: Forwards Corey Cowick, Defenseman Mike Sdao.

Line up changes may be tweaked by puck drop


Media Coverage

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Notes & Observations

  • Rookie forward Reid Boucher, who leads Albany with ten goals, and forward Tim Sestito, third in scoring for the Devils, are both on recall to the parent club New Jersey Devils.
  • B-Sens are at 8th place with 20.0% on the pp and Albany registers a 18.1% good for 14th place. Devils sits on the pk in 18th at 81.7% and Senators are 83.3% for 12th position.
  • Devils have won six of its last eight road games, including four of its last five while Binghamton is 7-3-0-1 at home.


Three Cogs in the Machine

Albany: Forwards Joe Whitney (8g 15a 22gms) and Mike Sislo (7g 6a 18gms), Defenseman Reece Scarlett (+9).

Binghamton: Forwards Andre Petersson (7g 4a 14gms), Matt Puempel (6g 5a 22gms) and Buddy Robinson (6g 5a 20gms).


Head-to-Head Season Results

First meeting of the season as the Senators last season won five while losing three to the Devils.


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Highlights From Last Game (04-13-13)

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