Binghamton won two out of the three games they played on this hectic CBA weekend.
Robin Lehner is tearing up the AHL for the Binghamton Senators, after sludging it up the past two seasons. Despite his ineffective AHL career so far, there were plenty of signs this kind of season was coming.
Lockouts have a way of making us all feel sour, whereas prospects make many giddy with endless optimism that, when hockey does return, we have umpteen budding stars waiting in the wings. Here's a very slightly more grounded update on Sens prospects.
The Binghamton Senators won 5-2 over the Adirondack Phantoms on Friday night, but the score wasn't the only thing worth writing home about--emotions boiled over late in the second and a line brawl ensued
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton won a close affair against Binghamton on Wednesday night, with both goalies holding onto shutouts through sixty-five minutes of play. The loss was the last game of a six-game road trip for the B-Sens.
Binghamton had two games this weekend, both of which were against the Norfolk Admirals. They split the games, winning 4-3 before losing 4-2. We take a look at some of BInghamton's Heroes and Zeroes.
Jakub Culek was cut by the Binghamton Senators at the close of training camp and sent to the QMJHL. It has since come out- two weeks later- that there may not be room for Culek in the Q.
Seventh-round pick Mikael Wikstrand is off to a productive start in Sweden's second best league. Have the Senators found another diamond in the rough during the late rounds of an NHL Draft?