The Binghamton Senators have relied heavily on Nathan Lawson and Andrew Hammond in net this season, but both netminders were in Ottawa this past weekend leaving rookie Scott Greenham to make his second and third appearances of the season in back-to-back wins on the road in Norfolk.
Now that Andrew Hammond is back in town and will likely start against St. John's on Friday, the B-Sens are more confident than ever with who ever man's the crease.
Wideman launches game winner in OT
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. Ė The Binghamton Senators picked up its first win on the road against the St. Johnís IceCaps in dramatic fashion with a 3-2 overtime victory. Chris Wideman scored the game-winning... more
B-Sens comeback bid falls one goal short
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. Ė The Binghamton Senators came up short 6-5 in search of its first victory over the St. Johnís IceCaps at the Mile One Centre in Newfoundland . Despite a late rally from the B-Sens,... more
Madray feeling better than ever VIEW VIDEO
In 2013-14, the Bearcats relied on the talents of Jordan Reed to lead a freshmen class that quickly went from untested to well seasoned as players. Marlon Beck, Yosef Yacob, Magnus Richards, and... more