Binghamton at the Thirty Game Mark

The Binghamton Senators have reached the 30-game mark so it’s time to take stock and see how the team and the players are doing (for the previous ten games go here).  Binghamton went 7-2-1, remaining 4th in their conference and 2nd in their division.  Their 99 goals-for put them 4th in their conference, while their 74 goals allowed is 1st in the conference.

Player’s stats (INJ=games missed due to injury, SCR= scratched, SUS=suspended, NHL=games in the NHL, ECHL=games in the ECHL):

Jakob Silfverberg 10-6-5-11 -1
Mike Hoffman 10-5-5-10 -3
Andre Benoit
10-2-8-10 +2
Hugh Jessiman 10-3-5-8 +2
Stephane Da Costa 10-1-7-8 -3
Patrick Wiercioch 10-2-5-7 Even
Derek Grant
10-3-3-6 +2
Mark Stone
10-3-2-5 +4
Cole Schneider 10-2-3-5 +5
Shane Prince
10-4-0-4 Even
Jean-Gabriel Pageau
10-2-1-3 +5
Corey Cowick 10-1-2-3 +4
David Dziurzynski 10-0-3-3 Even
Tyler Eckford 10-1-1-2 +2
Chris Wideman
9-0-2-2 +3 SCR 1
Eric Gryba 10-0-2-2 +2
Pat Cannone 10-0-0-0 +1
Fredrik Claesson 7-0-0-0 -2 INJ 3
Mark Borowiecki 4-0-0-0 +3 INJ 6
Ben Blood 1-0-0-0 -1 SCR 1 [ECHL 7-0-0-0 +3]
Dustin Gazley DNP [ECHL 11-4-10-14 -7]
Jack Downing DNP [ECHL 11-8-3-11 +2]
Louie Caporusso DNP [ECHL 11-2-8-10 +1]
Darren Kramer DNP [ECHL 1-0-1-1 +2]
Danny New DNP [ECHL 1-0-0-0 +1]
Brad Peltz DNP SCR 10
Mika Zibanejad DNP (injured)
Andre Petersson DNP (injured)
Jared Cowen DNP (injured)
Wacey Hamilton DNP (injured)

Robin Lehner 5-1-0 1.83 .946
Ben Bishop 2-1-1 2.81 .927
Nathan Lawson DNP
Marc Cheverie DNP [ECHL 1-3-1 2.75 .912]

Most players continued to put up solid numbers with the extreme exception of Pat Cannone who I have to hope is battling a nagging injury.  Silfverberg continues to lead the way offensively and it’s no coincidence that Mike Hoffman‘s numbers have been buffered by playing with him.  It was a good stretch of games for veteran Hugh Jessiman, while fellow vet Tyler Eckford cooled off.  Robin Lehner continues to dominate, leading the AHL in save percentage and only trailing former teammate Barry Brust in GAA.  Other notes: Chris Wideman has his first professional points and can now perhaps challenge Fredrik Claesson for playing time; Brad Peltz spent the timeframe as a healthy scratch in Binghamton; Ben Blood continues to disappoint as a pro thus far.

The principal difference for the team since it turned the corner earlier in the season has been scoring.  Great goaltending remains, but Binghamton has steadily risen among the top scoring teams in the league.

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)



  1. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO… Lockout Over. Silfverberg’s a lock and so are either Weircoch/Boro and BIshop. So Bingo is going to be notably gutted. Still happy times.

    • I’m glad we’re getting a season–I expected it, but I didn’t think it would drag this long.

      I expect Bishop and Silfverberg to remain on the roster and probably Borowiecki. Not sure if anyone else will stay, but I there will be a great deal of speculation and theories over the next few days.

  2. Yes, what do you think the post lockout team will look like?

  3. […] Binghamton at the Thirty Game Mark […]

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  5. […] Cannone was +12; Andre Petersson was injured and would miss the rest of the season The next ten games the B-Sens went 7-2-1 with Silfverberg, Hoffman, and Benoit leading the way offensively; Cole […]

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