Senators News: November 10th

Luke Richardson offered some thoughts on Mike Hoffman:

He does have the talent to be a great two-way player. He has the offensive talent and defensively he’s working at it just like everybody else. Now it’s a matter of working to find the offense at the right time but not giving up anything defensively.

Being a good two-way player is Hoffman‘s key to becoming an NHL player, as he isn’t consistent enough offensively to make it on that alone.

-Binghamton faces Norfolk tonight; the Admirals are 6-3-0 which is good for 5th in the conference; Peter Holland and Nick Palmieri lead the team in scoring with 11 points each; Igor Bobkov and Frederik Andersen were sharing duties in net, but Bobkov hasn’t played since losing to Binghamton.

-Elmira lost 5-3 to Florida last night with Cheverie taking the loss; Kramer and Downing scored while Caporusso had a goal and an assist; Gazley, Peltz, and New were held off the score sheet.  Here’s the recap.

-Elmira plays Orlando tonight; the Solar Bears are 5-4-3 this season (good for 6th in the conference), lead by Nick Petersen (who has 18 points) and backstopped by John Curry (who has all of his team’s wins).

-The Jakub Culek saga seems to be finally over as it has been reported that he was traded to Cape Breton (no official word yet).

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)


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