Senators News: January 20th; Binghamton 2, Bridgeport 4

Paul MacLean talked about last night’s win:

I thought the game was a little bit like a dog’s breakfast in the first and second period. I thought in the third period we were able to get control of the game and establish a bit more of our game. I thought the best part of the game for us was the third period. I thought (Anderson) was very good. He brought his buddies (the posts) with him in the first period. For the most part, I thought our penalty killers did a nice job.

Erik Karlsson said:

I didn’t feel really well out there. I didn’t feel really great. It’s nice to contribute. It’s nice to get a goal on the power play. (That) is good for us. Hopefully, we can build on this. It probably wasn’t the best played game from anyone. But, hopefully, we can get the feeling back as quick as possible.

-Here are my thoughts on last night’s game.

-I’ve always tracked scoring chances on my own, but with another take check out Scott‘s.

Marc Cheverie lost his first AHL game this year as Binghamton fell 4-2 to the Sound Tigers.  Cole Schneider and Mika Zibanejad provided the goals.  Here’s the box score.

-An undermanned Elmira was crushed by Reading 6-1 last night; no B-Sen signees had points.  Both Artem Demkov and defenseman Tyler Miller were suspended by the team prior to the game (I’d guess for curfew issues).

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)


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