Devils Improve To 2-0 With Win Over HartfordPosted: Updated:
Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton Devils improve to 2-0 after their 5-3 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack. Binghamton has already accumulated for 12 goals in just two games.
Joey Anderson scored his first professional game and it just so happened to be the game winner.
Binghamton took a 1-0 lead just 0:28 into the game as Brett Seney and Yegor Yakovlev combined to set up Eric Tangradi’s first of the year. Seney sent a cross-ice pass to Yakovlev on the left side who hit Tangradi for the tap in. The goal was Tangradi’s first of the year from Seney and Yakovlev.
Marian Studenic added to the lead with just over 0:13 left in the opening frame. After a turnover, Studenic took the puck down the left side and beat goaltender Marek Mazanec on the blocker side for a 2-0 lead on his second of the year. Assists on Studenic’s goal were credited to Josh Jacobs and Kurtis Gabriel. The Devils took the two-goal lead into the intermission with the Wold Pack leading in shots, 12-8.
Joey Anderson picked the perfect to collect his first professional as it held up for the game winner over the Wolf Pack. John Ramage sent a puck from the right point on net and Anderson got the deflection for the 4-3 lead at 6:26 of the third. Ramage and Michael Kapla were given the helpers.
With just 0:22 left in the game, Yegor Sharangovich put home his first American Hockey League goal for an empty netter and a 5-3 win. Johnson stopped 23 of 26 in the win while Mazanec denied 18 of 22 for his first loss of the year.
After a week on the road, the Devils return home next Friday against Syracuse and Saturday against Cleveland at 7:05 p.m