Through fourty minutes, it just didn't look like it was meant to be for the Binghamton Senators.
Down 3-0 to the Wilkes Barre Scranton Penguins, the BSens appeared to be down and out. But a furious third period rally that included goals from Jakob Silfverberg, Jean Gabriel Pageau and a pair from Shane Prince led Binghamton to an impressive 4-3 win.
(UPDATE 9:46 AM)- And now the final chapter in the only remotely interesting Kyle Turris Saga. Turris has released a statement on the Karpat website clarifying his comments. Turns out he enjoyed his time in Finland after all. And now, a far more interesting Kyle Turris moment.
While hockey fans in the Nation's Capital will be happy to have some meaningful hockey to watch during the holiday season, this year's annual World Junior Hockey tournament will only feature one Ottawa Senators prospect.
7th round pick Mikael Wikstrand is the only member of the Sens organization left standing after this morning's announcement that Stefan Noesen will not be eligible to play for the United States of America.
As the NHL and NHLPA get set to take their bullshit to the courtroom, the AHL's Binghamton Senators got back in the win column last night.
Ben Bishop was strong in goal and Hugh Jessiman, Jakob Silfverberg and Patrick Wiercioch provided the offence as the Binghamton Senators cruised to a relatively comfortable 3-1 win over Wilkes Barre Scranton.
After riding an impressive nine game winning streak and tying a club record in the process, the Binghamton Senators have finally come back down to Earth.
Luke Richardson's group dropped their second straight last night, this time falling short against the Syracuse Crunch by a 4-3 final. BSens goals came from Mike Hoffman, who had two, and Mark Stone. Next game comes on Friday night when they visit Wilkes Barre Scranton.
When the NHL’s ridiculously unnecessary lockout ends in late December, or perhaps early January, teams will be expected to hit the ground running.
With a shorter than usual training camp and a condensed schedule, the Ottawa Senators are going to need to start strong if they want to stay in the mix in the Eastern Conference. In what will likely be a season of less than 50 games, any extended slump would essentially end their playoff hopes.
While his potential final season continues to remain stuck in lockout limbo, today is a significant milestone for the Captain of the Ottawa Senators.
Daniel Alfredsson, the one they call Alfie, turns 40 years old today. He is the undeniable face of the franchise, the NHL's longest serving captain, and one of the classiest players and more importantly people, in all of the National Hockey League.
The Binghamton Senators impressive run came to an end on Saturday night in Binghamton.
The Norfolk Admirals stopped the BSens franchise record winning streak at nine games with a 3-1 win at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Binghamton, New York. Bingo's next game comes on Wednesday night against the Syracuse Crunch,
While there is nothing but bad news on the CBA front, the team in Binghamton continues to give fans something to cheer about.
The Binghamton Senator scored another easy win, this time over the Portland Pirates. The win was the 9th straight for a Binghamton Senators team that suddenly finds itself as the hottest team in the American Hockey League.
(UPDATE 7:55 PM)- Bettman addressed the media tonight as well and certainly did not paint as positive a picture as Fehr attempted to. He spoke about how upset the owners were with the players reaction to the latest league proposal. General sense from the Commissioner is that the Union has been constantly changing the "key" issues. Bettman says elements that were added by the league, are now off the table. Rock. Bottom.