Binghamton 11 @ Niagara Falls 0 – Mike Padgeon and Greg Simmons paced a steller Senators attack as they romped past the Powerhawks 11-0 on Friday. Padgeon and Simmons bagged two goals each en route to five and six-point nights, respectively, with Dinmukhamed Dzhangarashev pitching in a pair as well. Seth McArdle, Markus Cook, Nicolas Lusignan, Nico Corsaro and Eric Melso each scored once to round out the offense in front of a shared 17-save shutout by Casey Boone and Thomas Sullivan. Niagara Falls received a stout performance by Noah Spiesz despite the loss, as the netminder turned aside 62 of 73 shots on the night.
Binghamton 11 @ Niagara Falls 1 – The Senators continued their return to form with another comfortable win, this time 11-1 over the Powerhawks on the back of hat-tricks by Markus Cook and Mike Padgeon. Seth McArdle tallied a pair of goals in the Senators’ blitz, as did Greg Simmons, Nicolas Lusignan and Eric Melso once apiece. Jake Green nabbed Niagara’s goal. Casey Boone finished with 12 saves in Binghamton’s win, outmatching a combined 34 stops from Powerhawks’ goaltenders Noah Spiesz and Josh Mitchell.
The Junior Senators move to 27-6-0 on the season and face off against 2nd place divisional opponent, the Oswego Stampede, this upcoming weekend. 8pm Friday night and 12pm Sunday afternoon game times at home at the Ice House Sports Complex in Binghamton, NY.