Binghamton Senators Clash With Albany Devils Once Again


With the season winding down entering the final week of Binghamton Senators hockey, the Albany Devils will make their final appearance of the season tonight as the two clubs clash once again. Hopefully the Senators can contain the dual of forward’s Paul Thompson and Matt Lorito in check where as they hooked up for three tallies last Saturday against Binghamton.

(30-33-7-1, 68 Pts) 4th in East Division


(33-26-5-6, 77 Pts) 4th in NorthEast Division

7:05 PM

Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena

RADIO: 96.9 FM, 680 AM. AHL Live.


Devils have won two out of three including last Saturday’s victory in Albany featuring forward Paul Thompson’s hat trick in 4-1 romp over the Senators.


Matt Lorito, ALB – A lot has been said concerning about Thompson and his team leading 32 goals, however Lorito was the player that set him up all three times in last Saturday’s win against the Senators. Matt has 2 goals and 4 assists in 7 games since his ATO signing on Mar 13th following his four years at Brown University.

Derek Grant, BNG – Making a splash with career highs offensively in his fourth year with the organization as the former fourth rounder in the 2008 draft is a RFA at the end of the season and is playing for a contract during the off-season and here’s hoping he re-signs.


1. Carter Camper Keeps on a Roll – With a career high 49 points, Camper is also three goals out of matching a high of 18 set in 2011-’12 for the Providence Bruins, as the 26-year-old native from Rocky River, OH is finishing up his fifth season in the pros. Ever since the move to centering the first line has his point production taken off finding chemistry with Shane Prince and Cole Schneider as his wingers.

2. Senators Still One Point Back With things crashing in Allentown, PA, third place in the division is still up for grabs as only one point separate the Phantoms and Senators with Lehigh Valley going 2-8-0-0 in their last ten outings.

3. Alex Wideman’s Time Part 2? – He was brought into the fold to play and not be a participate from the stands as the customary first week of watching is now over. Not sure what he’ll bring into the last handful of games but tonight should be a good time to take the ice in making his pro debut.


*Cover Art Courtesy of SenShot’s Graphic Artist Matt Trayling

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