Binghamton Senators Earn Split in Canada
The Binghamton Senators played their second consecutive day game in Canada February 16 falling to the Toronto Marlies 5-4 in Toronto, Onatario. The B-Sens had defeated the Marlies February 15 in Ottawa 5-2.
In the February 16 game the B-Sens held a 2-1 after the first period following goals by Cole Schneider and Garrett Thompson. The Marlies roared back in the second period to lead 4-2 after the second twenty minutes.
In the third period Binghamton got goals from Derek Grant and Jean-Gabriel Pageau to tie the game at 4-4. Sam Carrick scored his second goal of the game at the 9:53 mark to give Toronto the win.
Peter Mannino was in goal for the B-Sens and made 26 saves. Christopher Gibson turned aside 22 shots to earn the victory for the Marlies. The game was played at the Air Canada Centre before an announced crowd of 17,823.
Binghamton continues its road trip with a game at Lehigh Valley in Allentown on February 18. The B-Sens head back home to host Hershey on Friday 20 at 7:05 p.m.