Binghamton at the Thirty-Game Mark

Binghamton has now played 30 games and it’s time to take a look at how they’ve done over the last 10 (for the previous review go here link). The B-Sens are 3-7-0, marginally better than their previous segment, with the team still struggling due to injuries and call-ups. They continue to be 5th in the division, 15th in the conference, and are now 30th in the league (down from 28th). They are tied for 24th in goals for (down from 23rd) and tied for 28th in goals against (down from 24th). Player’s stats (INJ=games missed due to injury, SCR= scratched, SUS=suspended, NHL=games in the NHL, ECHL=games in the ECHL):
Stephane Da Costa 9-2-6-8 -4
Pat Cannone 10-1-5-6 -1
Andre Petersson 6-4-1-5 +3 INJ 4
David Dziurzynski 7-2-3-5 Even INJ 3  
Mike Hoffman
10-3-1-4 -4
Mike Bartlett 10-2-2-4 -3
Eric Gryba 9-1-3-4 +1 INJ 1
Mark Borowiecki 10-0-4-4 +1
Corey Locke 2-0-2-2 Even INJ 8
Mark Parrish 5-1-1-2 -4 INJ 5
Josh Godfrey 5-1-1-2 Even INJ 5
Patrick Wiercioch 6-0-2-2 Even INJ 4
Brandon Svendsen 2-0-1-1 +1 (ECHL 9-1-6-7)
Derek Grant 5-1-0-1 Even INJ 5
Riley Armstrong 4-0-1-1 -1 INJ 6
Corey Cowick 10-0-1-1 -3
Nikita Filatov 1-0-0-0 Even (NHL then KHL)
Louie Caporusso 1-0-0-0 Even (ECHL 5-4-1-5)
Jack Downing 3-0-0-0 -1 (ECHL 8-4-4-8)
Mike Ratchuk 4-0-0-0 -2 (ECHL 7-0-3-3)
Tim Conboy
4-0-0-0 -3 INJ 6
Maxime Gratchev
7-0-0-0 -3 INJ 3  
Francis Lessard
9-0-0-0 -1 INJ 1
Craig Schira 9-0-0-0 -9 SCR 1
Wacey Hamilton 10-0-0-0 -4
Bobby Raymond 10-0-0-0 -5
Jim O’Brien DNP (injured)
Robin Lehner 2-4-0 2.93 .914 INJ 2 GAA improved
Mike McKenna 1-3-0 2.86 .919 GAA and SV improved
Brian Stewart 0-0-0 ECHL (6-2-0 3.16 .906, GAA and SV declined)

A few thoughts: the team continued to struggle to score due to key injuries. Andre Petersson was just rounding into form when he was knocked out of the lineup, but Stephane Da Costa is an addition who has provided regular offence.  Other positives include unexpected production from Borowiecki and Gryba; Borowiecki, along with Petersson, were the only plus players on the team; both goaltenders have goals against under 3.00.  On the negative side of the ledger is Craig Schira‘s -9 and the continued lack of offence from depth players.  Overall, with the team starting to get healthy their results should improve.  I’ll be curious to see if the organisation trades veterans like Locke and Conboy to give them a chance to go on a playoff run elsewhere.

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2 Comments

  1. […] it’s time to take a look at how they’ve done over the last 10 (for the previous review go here link). The B-Sens are 6-4-0, their best segment of the year. They continue to be 5th in the division, […]

  2. […] of Corey Locke; Corey Cowick was -7; Shaun Heshka was traded and Mike Bartlett was added The third ten game segment Binghamton went 3-7-0 with Stephane Da Costa, Pat Cannone, and Andre Petersson leading the way […]


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