Tuesday, October 30, 2007

On the farm: Bingo's picking up speed

After starting the season with only one win in the first four games, the Binghamton Senators are now in third place in the East Division of the AHL with a 4-3 record.

They went 2-1 this past weekend, in large part because Denis Hamel woke up: he's got 6 points in his last two games (3G ,1A versus the Scranton/Wilkes Barre Penguins, 2A versus the Rochester Americans) to give him 9 points in 8 games on the season.

Defensive prospect Brian Lee is tied with Hamel for the team lead in points with 1 goal and 8 assists in eight contests. The Russians aren't far behind, Alexander Nikulin leading the way with 7 points (1G, 6A) and Ilya Zubov close with 6 (2G, 4A).

The B-Sens have two games this weekend, on Friday against the Bridgeport Sounds Tigers (3-4, fourth in the East) and Saturday against the Syracuse Crunch (3-7, sixth in the North).
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