5:05, February 10, 2013
Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY
- Jeff Frazee made 37 saves
- Matt Anderson extended his goal streak to three games
- Phil DeSimone has two goals in his last two outings
Central NY shutdown
by Kevin Zalaznik // 2.10.2013 // Recap
BINGHAMTON, NY – For the second straight night, the Albany Devils rallied in the third period to knockoff a fellow Empire State resident. Backed by 37 saves from Jeff Frazee and goals from Matt Anderson and Phil DeSimone, the Devils defeated the Binghamton Senators, 3-2, in a shootout.
Albany erased a two goal, third period deficit Saturday at the Syracuse Crunch before traveling just south for Sunday’s game at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
The Devils, who unloaded a season-high 47 shots, fired a combined 38 shots during the second and third periods and in overtime.
In the shootout, Mike Sislo and Chad Wiseman scored during the first and second rounds. Binghamton’s Dustin Gazley scored in the fourth round and Jessiman extended the session with a goal in the fifth round. Joe Whitney provided the sixth round tally and Frazee shut the door on Chris Wideman for Albany’s second shootout victory of the week.
Albany is now on a three game winning streak and is only one point out of playoff positioning.
- The Devils and the Senators will meet five more times with the next meeting coming Sunday at Times Union Center at 3 pm. Albany is 2-1-0-0 against Binghamton this season.
- Jeff Frazee earned his fourth victory of the season. His 37 saves were his second-highest total of the year. He made 42 stops at St. John’s on Nov. 17.
- Matt Anderson scored for the third straight game, netting his 10th tally of the season. Since Tuesday, Anderson has contributed seven points with three goals and four assists.
- In his last two games, Phil DeSimone has two goals. For the year, he has registered five goals and two assists for seven points in 18 contests.
- Albany’s goaltenders have faced five penalty shots this season and four since Jan. 18.
Goaltenders: Jeff Frazee, Keith Kinkaid
Defensemen: Brandon Burlon, Eric Gelinas, Dan Kelly, Jay Leach, Corbin McPherson, Alexander Urbom
Forwards: Matt Anderson, Phil DeSimone, Cam Janssen, Andrei Loktionov, Chris McKelvie, Harri Pesonen, Tim Sestito, Mike Sislo, Joe Whitney, Chad Wiseman,Darcy Zajac, Steve Zalewski
After five consecutive road games, the Devils return to Times Union Center Wednesday to host the Syracuse Crunch at 7 pm.
Albany Devils 3 (SO) at Binghamton Senators 2 - Status: Final SO
Sunday, February 10, 2013 - Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
Albany 0 0 2 0 - 3
Binghamton 0 1 1 0 - 2
1st Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Sislo Alb (interference), 7:22; Anderson Alb (hooking), 13:22; Zajac Alb (hooking), 15:09; Prince Bng (hooking), 15:09; Sislo Alb (tripping), 19:08.
2nd Period-1, Binghamton, Cowick 8 (Pageau, Gazley), 1:42. Penalties-Kramer Bng (closing hand on puck), 6:33; Zajac Alb (fighting), 8:52; Kramer Bng (fighting), 8:52; Cowick Bng (hooking), 14:04; Borowiecki Bng (boarding), 15:01.
3rd Period-2, Binghamton, Jessiman 9 1:08 (TXT_PS). 3, Albany, Anderson 10 (Frazee), 5:24. 4, Albany, DeSimone 5 (Gelinas, Sestito), 10:21. Penalties-Whitney Alb (tripping), 3:23; Gelinas Alb (tripping), 7:11; Dziurzynski Bng (tripping), 15:30.
OT Period- No Scoring.Penalties-No Penalties
Shootout - Albany 3 (Sislo G, Wiseman G, Anderson NG, DeSimone NG, Loktionov NG, Whitney G), Binghamton 2 (Schneider NG, Prince NG, Downing NG, Gazley G, Jessiman G, Wideman NG).
Shots on Goal-Albany 8-18-18-2-1-47. Binghamton 12-8-15-4-0-39.
Power Play Opportunities-Albany 0 / 4; Binghamton 0 / 5.
Goalies-Albany, Frazee 4-8-4 (39 shots-37 saves). Binghamton, Lehner 17-8-2 (46 shots-44 saves).
Referees-Ryan Murphy (5), Graham Skilliter (48).
Linesmen-John Everett (82), Andy Petrus (26).
by Kevin Zalaznik // 2.10.2013 // Preview
The Albany Devils will try and push their winning streak to three games today at the Binghamton Senators, who have dropped three of their last four. The Devils are coming off a 4-3 shootout win at the Connecticut Whale Tuesday and a 4-3, come-from-behind win at the Syracuse Crunch last night.
- The Devils are third in the Northeast Division and tied for 10th in the Eastern Conference at 19-16-1-8 (47 pts.), including an 11-8-1-3 road record. The Senators are first in the East Division and tied for first in the Eastern Conference at 28-13-1-3 (60 pts.) with a 16-4-1-1 home mark.
- During last night’s thrilling victory at Syracuse, Matt Anderson posted his second consecutive three point game and his third of the season. He is now nine points away from hitting the 200 point plateau, registering 72 goals and 119 assists in 317 career AHL games.
- Seventh-year pro and first-year Devil Scott Parse netted his first goal of the season last night. Parse, who has missed significant time this season with a lower-body injury, has appeared in 13 AHL games registering three points.
- Mike Hoffman is the Senators active leading scorer, producing 24 points with 12 goals and 12 assists. Additionally, he has posted a plus-8 rating and six power-play goals.
Jan. 6, 2013: Albany 5 vs. Binghamton 2
The Devils earned a 5-2 victory against the Senators at Times Union Center. Tim Sestito posted a goal and an assist and Eric Gelinas, Adam Larsson, Mattias Tedenby andSteve Zalewski each scored. In goal, Keith Kinkaid made 22 saves on 24 shots. Binghamton received goals from Patrick Wiercioch and Shane Prince. Between the pipes, Robin Lehner made 36 saves on 40 shots.
Tied 2-2 in the third, Larsson netted the game-winning goal at 11:11 on a tic-tac-toe play, which included four of the five skaters on the ice. Tedenby made the score 4-2 at 16:11 and Zalewski potted and empty net goal at 17:58.
The Devils will try and get on the board first. They are 10-4-0-1 when leading after the first period and 14-0-0-1 when leading after the second. The Senators are 14-0-1-0 when leading after one and 19-1-1-1 when ahead after two.