Binghamton at the Sixty-Game Mark

Binghamton has played 60 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 were 4-5-1, precisely the same record as the previous ten game segment. They continue to be 5th in the division, 15th in the conference, and 30th in the league. They are 20th in goals for (up from 21st) and remain 28th in goals against. 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 9-5-5-10 +1 INJ 1
Mike Hoffman 10-5-4-9 Even
Pat Cannone 10-3-3-6 +2
Rob Klinkhammer 7-1-4-5 -2 (NHL 2-0-0-0 +2)
Derek Grant 10-2-3-5 +2
Andre Petersson 10-1-4-5 Even
Eric Gryba 10-1-4-5 -1
Mark Parrish 7-2-2-4 -3 INJ 3
Craig Schira 9-0-3-3 +7 SCR 1
Mark Borowiecki 10-2-1-3 Even
Stephane Da Costa
6-0-2-2 INJ 4
Jack Downing 9-1-1-2 +2 (ECHL 1-0-1-1 -1) SCR 2
Dan Henningson 10-1-1-2 +2
Mike Bartlett 10-1-1-2 -2
Tim Conboy
10-0-2-2 +1
David Dziurzynski
10-0-2-2 -2
Corey Cowick 1-1-0-1 +2 (ECHL 11-3-2-5 -1)
Josh Godfrey 6-0-1-1 -4 (ECHL 1-0-0-0 +1) SCR 3
Patrick Wiercioch 10-0-1-1 +2
Wacey Hamilton 10-0-1-1 -2 (ECHL 1-0-1-1 +1)
Francis Lessard 5-0-0-0 Even SCR 4
Bobby Raymond (ECHL 2-0-1-1 +6) SCR 6
Louie Caporusso (injured)
Ben Bishop 2-1-0 2.35 .944 (NHL 1-0-0 3.00 .893)
Mike McKenna 0-3-1 2.92 .919 GAA and SV improved
Robin Lehner 2-1-0 3.24 .907 (NHL 2-2-0 2.01 .935) GAA and SV improved
Brian Stewart (ECHL 4-1-0 2.71 .914, GAA improved)

Corey Locke lead the team in scoring during the segment and now leads them overall (despite missing 22 games).  Mike Hoffman continues to produce (second in scoring), although he’s without a point in his last three games.  Craig Schira, who had been in the midst of a horrible year, lead the team in plus/minus, while Josh Godfrey was at the bottom at -4.  Eric Gryba was the most productive blueliner and is closing in on the team lead for defensive scoring (an area Binghamton is not very good at).  Newly acquired Ben Bishop along with Robin Lehner earned all the wins through the ten games, but Mike McKenna‘s numbers (GAA and SV) continue to improve.

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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 3-5-2 for ten points (one less than the previous ten game segment). They continue […]

  2. […] Dan Henningson was brought in, and Jack Downing was permanently added to the roster The sixth ten game segment Binghamton went 4-5-1 with Corey Locke, Mike Hoffman, and Pat Cannone leading the way offensively […]


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