Binghamton at the Fifty-Game Mark

Binghamton has now played 50 games and 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 to be 5th in the division, 15th in the conference, and have dropped to 30th in the league (down from 28th). They are still 21st in goals for and have improved to 28th in goals against (up from 29th). Player’s stats (INJ=games missed due to injury, SCR= scratched, SUS=suspended, NHL=games in the NHL, ECHL=games in the ECHL):
Corey Locke 10-2-11-13 -6
Mike Hoffman 10-3-9-12 -6
Rob Klinkhammer 10-1-10-11 -7
Stephane Da Costa 9-5-5-10 -6 INJ 1
Andre Petersson 8-5-3-8 -7 (NHL 1-0-0-0)
Jim O’Brien 6-5-2-7 +2 (NHL 5-0-0-0)
David Dziurzynski
10-4-3-7 -1
Jack Downing 8-4-1-5 +3 (ECHL 2-2-0-2)
Pat Cannone
10-2-2-4 -5
Dan Henningson 8-0-4-4 Even
Mark Borowiecki 7-0-3-3 -2 INJ 1 (NHL 2-0-0-0)
Josh Godfrey 4-1-1-2 Even INJ 2 SCR 4
Derek Grant 8-1-1-2 -1 SCR 2
Eric Gryba
10-1-1-2 -3
Patrick Wiercioch
5-0-1-1 -4 INJ 4 SCR 1
Wacey Hamilton 10-0-0-0 -2
Bobby Raymond 10-0-0-0 -2
Mike Bartlett 10-0-0-0 -3
Craig Schira 10-0-0-0 -5
Francis Lessard 6-0-0-0 -2 SCR 4
Corey Cowick 6-0-0-0 -5 (ECHL 5-1-0-1)
Tim Conboy 3-0-0-0 -5 INJ 7
Andy Thomas 2-0-0-0 Even
Louie Caporusso (ECHL 6-3-3-6)
Maxime Gratchev (ECHL 5-2-1-3) (traded)
Mark Parrish
 (injured)
Robin Lehner 1-3-0 3.32 .906 INJ 3 GAA and SV declined
Mike McKenna 3-2-1 2.99 .916 GAA and SV declined
Brian Stewart (ECHL 2-3-1 2.82 .914, GAA and SV improved)

No one who played the full ten games is a plus and only Jim O’Brien and Jack Downing are pluses overall (Andre Petersson and Rob Klinkhammer were a team worst -7).   Robin Lehner continues to struggle to stay healthy and get into a rhythm.  Corey Cowick played his way down to the ECHL, while if Jack Downing can continue his strong play it’s hard to imagine him going back to Elmira.  Patrick Wiercioch returned from his throat injury, but the Binghamton blueline continues to struggle to produce offence.  Finally, Mike Hoffman has taken over the team lead in scoring (although he does not lead in points-per-game) and I’ll be interested to see if he can maintain a higher level or production.

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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 were 4-5-1, precisely the same record as the previous ten game segment. They continue […]

  2. […] and Andre Petersson leading the way offensively and Mike McKenna earning all the wins The fifth ten game segment Binghamton went 4-5-1 with Corey Locke, Mike Hoffman, and Rob Klinkhammer leading the way […]


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