Senators News: February 2nd; Binghamton 2, St. John’s 4

-Here are my thoughts on Ottawa’s 1-0 loss to Carolina last night.  There’s not much to say about Adnan‘s recap other than I disagree with him that Jakob Silfverberg was invisible.

-For those who missed it, Craig Anderson was named the NHL’s first star of the month.

-Binghamton lost 4-2 to St. John’s last night; Robin Lehner made 30 saves in the loss while Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Shane Prince provided the offense.  The B-Sens were shorthanded 9 times and everything I’ve read about the game said they played terribly.  Here’s the boxscore.  Binghamton faces St. John’s again this evening.

-Elmira lost 4-1 to Toledo last night, with Louie Caporusso picking up the Jackals only goal.

-The farcial Phoenix ownership situation continues as Greg Jamison missed his deadline on a sweetheart deal and now a hardline group of city councillors will make it impossible for he (or anyone else) to get the same.  It’s seemed inevitable from the beginning of the process that the Coyotes will move, but the question remains when and where.

-Here the latest prospect update (for players with more than 10 games played I’ve indicated where they are in scoring; for blueliners they are compared to other defensemen on the team):

CHL
Cody Ceci (OHL Ottawa/Owen Sound) 52-12-35-47 (1st)
Matt Puempel (OHL Kitchener) 34-23-8-31 (2nd)
Stefan Noesen (OHL Plymouth) 33-17-13-30 (7th)
Jordan Fransoo (WHL Victoria) 45-3-10-13 (3rd)
Jakub Culek (QMJHL Cape Breton) 9-4-3-7 (10th) (injured)
Jarrod Maidens (OHL Owen Sound) (injured)
Chris Driedger (WHL Calgary) 25-11-3 2.41 .916
Francois Brassard (QMJHL Quebec) 23-15-3 2.90 .903

Allsvenskan (Swe)
Mikael Wikstrand (Mora) 37-11-11-22 (1st) WJC 6-0-4-4 (1st)

KHL
Nikita Filatov (Salavat) 43-9-11-20 (4th)

NCAA
Ryan Dzingel (Ohio) – 27-12-13-25 (1st)
Max McCormick (Ohio) – 27-8-8-16 (3rd)
Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 19-6-10-16 (6th)
Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 26-4-11-15 (2nd)
Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 20-6-6-12 (1st)
Tim Boyle (Union) – 14-0-2-2 (t-6th)

USHL
Robbie Baillargeon (Indiana/Omaha) – 40-14-16-30 (t-1st)

This article is written by Peter Levi (@eyeonthesens)

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