While the B-Sens currently sit first in the division, one point ahead of the WB/S Penguins, the season hasn't exactly been easy. Binghamton has allowed 105 goals which is the most in their division, and more than any other division leader in the AHL.
Part of that can be explained by looking at the young defensive corp, averaging just 24 years old, with several of them in just their second AHL season. Luke Richardson says the inexperience of youth leads to more turnovers and extended periods of time in the defensive zone, which lead to goals.
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