Binghamton at the 10 Game Mark

The Binghamton Senators have reached the 10-game mark so it’s time to take stock and see how the team and the players are doing.  The B-Sens went 6-4-0, good for 4th in their division and 7th in the conference.  The team’s 31 goals are 7th in the conference and their 31 goals against are tied for 10th (Matt Weinstein offers a few more stats).

Player’s stats (INJ=games missed due to injury, SCR= scratched, SUS=suspended, NHL=games in the NHL, ECHL=games in the ECHL):

Mike Hoffman 10-5-5-10 +1
Cody Ceci 10-1-7-8 +2
Mika Zibanejad 6-2-5-7 +1 [NHL 6-3-1-4 -2]
Chris Wideman 9-1-6-7 -5 INJ 1
Jean-Gabriel Pageau 2-0-5-5 +2 [NHL 8-1-0-1 -3]
Stephane Da Costa 7-1-4-5 Even [NHL 4-0-0-0 +1]
Cole Schneider
9-4-1-5 +3 SCR 1
Matt Puempel 10-3-2-5 -4
Andre Petersson 5-2-2-4 Even INJ 5
Shane Prince 8-2-2-4 -2 SCR 2
Buddy Robinson 9-2-2-4 +2 SCR 1
Derek Grant 3-2-0-2 +2 [NHL 7-0-1-1 -2]
Corey Cowick 10-1-1-2 -3
Troy Rutkowski 4-1-0-1 -5 [ECHL 3-0-0-0 +2]
Ben Blood 6-0-1-1 +1 SCR 4
Tyler Eckford 6-0-1-1 +5 SCR 4
Darren Kramer 8-1-0-1 -4 SCR 2
Jim O’Brien 8-1-0-1 -4 INJ 2
David Dziurzynski 9-0-1-1 +1 INJ 1
Wacey Hamilton 10-1-0-1 -1
Mark Stone 1-0-0-0 Even INJ 9
Jakub Culek 2-0-0-0 -2 [ECHL 3-0-2-2 +3]
Ludwig Karlsson 3-0-0-0 -2 [ECHL 2-1-0-1 -1]
Michael Sdao 6-0-0-0 -1 SCR 4
Mark Borowiecki 9-0-0-0 -2 [NHL 1-0-0-0 -1]
Fredrik Claesson 10-0-0-0 +3

Nathan Lawson 5-1-0 2.22 .931
Andrew Hammond 1-3-0 4.45 .842

Hoffman and Ceci paced the B-Sens offensively, the latter moving relatively seamlessly from the CHL to the AHL.  Despite limited play Eckford leads the plus/minus charge (+5) while Wideman and the now demoted Rutkowski sit on the opposite side at -5.  Both Petersson and Stone have been struck by the injury bug yet again, while Prince and Schneider initially struggled out of the gate before finding their form.  Jim O’Brien did nothing to help his cause (his only point coming via an empty net goal) before suffering an injury.  Lawson has been excellent in net, while Hammond continues to adjust to the pro game.

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)

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  1. […] putting them 2nd in their division and 4th in the conference (for their previous ten games go here).  The team’s 78 goals are 1st in the conference and their 59 goals against remain tied for […]


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