Binghamton at the Forty-Game Mark

Binghamton has now played 40 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 6-4-0, their best segment of the year. They continue to be 5th in the division, 15th in the conference, and are tied for 28th in the league (up from 30th). They are tied for 21st in goals for (up from 24th) and tied for 29th in goals against (down from 28th). Player’s stats (INJ=games missed due to injury, SCR= scratched, SUS=suspended, NHL=games in the NHL, ECHL=games in the ECHL):
Rob Klinkhammer 10-7-6-13 +3
Corey Locke 9-3-8-11 +2 SCR 1
Andre Petersson 4-3-5-8 +1 INJ 6
Stephane Da Costa
10-4-4-8 +1
Pat Cannone 10-3-3-6 +1
Mike Hoffman 10-2-4-6 Even
Mark Borowiecki 10-2-4-6 Even
Mark Parrish 5-2-3-5 +2 INJ 5
Corey Cowick 10-3-2-5 +5  
David Dziurzynski 10-2-1-3 Even
Tim Conboy 10-2-1-3 +5
Eric Gryba 10-0-3-3 +2  
Wacey Hamilton
10-1-1-2 +2
Derek Grant
7-0-2-2 -4 INJ 3
Craig Schira
10-0-2-2 Even
Bobby Raymond 10-0-2-2 +4
Jim O’Brien
2-0-1-1 +1 INJ 8
Mike Ratchuk
5-0-1-1 +1
Mike Bartlett
10-0-0-0 +5
Francis Lessard 8-0-0-0 Even SCR 2
Josh Godfrey 5-0-0-0 Even INJ 5
Brandon Svendsen 3-0-0-0 Even (ECHL 4-3-5-8)
Maxime Gratchev 1-0-0-0 -3 INJ 5 SCR 3 (ECHL 1-0-0-0)  
Patrick Wiercioch
 (injured)
Louie Caporusso (ECHL 9-5-4-9)
Jack Downing (ECHL 9-3-0-3)
Robin Lehner 0-1-0 3.05 .911 INJ 3 SUS 3 GAA and SV declined (he was pulled once)
Mike McKenna 6-3-0 2.86 .919 (he was pulled once)
Brian Stewart (ECHL 4-0-0 2.92 .913, GAA and SV improved)

The team is slowly getting healthier and it reflects in their results.  Despite only playing four games in the segment Andre Petersson is tied for the team’s scoring lead.  Mike McKenna‘s play was strong as he played the vast majority of the games.  Derek Grant was saddled with the worst plus minus (-4), while Corey Cowick, Tim Conboy, and Mike Bartlett had the best (+5).  I expect Binghamton’s results to be better in the second half if they can stay healthy, but they will still wind up near the bottom of the standings.

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  1. […] it’s time to take a look at how they’ve done over the last 10 (for the previous segment go here link). The B-Sens are 4-5-1, collecting nine points (a drop from the previous segment). They continue […]

  2. […] -9; Da Costa was sent down, Filatov was loaned to the KHL, and Rob Klinkhammer was added The fourth ten game segment Binghamton went 6-4-0 with Rob Klinkhammer, Corey Locke, and Andre Petersson leading the way […]


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