B-Sens End Season with 5-0 Shutout
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Binghamton Senators finished their regular season with a 5-0 shutout over the Rochester Americans in front of a home crowd of 4,436.
Derek Grant opened the scoring 4:53 into the first period off assists from Danny Hobbs and Troy Rutkowski. After outshooting the Americans 12-6 in the first, the B-Sens went on to make it a 2-0 lead 8:02 in the second period. Rutkowski put home his second goal of the season off assists from Buddy Robinson and Ryan Dzingel. Scott Greenham stopped 10 shots to preserve the B-Sens lead going into the second intermission.
Binghamton scored two goals 26 seconds apart a little over six minutes in the third period. Shane Prince scored his 28th goal of the season at the 6:05 mark followed by Alex Guptill putting his 9th goal away at 6:31. Cole Schneider added to his team-lead in goals with his 29th of the season with 6 minutes left to play in the game off assists from Carter Camper and Prince pushing the final score to 5-0.
Greenham stopped 30 shots in his second shutout of the year while Rochester's Anthony Peters had 31 saves in the losing effort.
Rutkowski, Schneider, Prince and Dzingel finished with a multi-point game while five other B-Sens tallied a single point to finish off the year.
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