B-Sens Release Anderson, Assign Three to Elmira
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Binghamton Senators announced today that they have released defenseman R.J. Anderson from his professional try-out contract. Additionally, the B-Sens have assigned forwards Jason Bailey, Corey Cowick and Mike Hoffman to the Elmira Jackals of the ECHL.
Anderson, 24, has appeared in seven American Hockey League games this season with Binghamton and Lake Erie, posting an assist and adding two penalty minutes. The Lino Lakes, Minn. native has recorded seven goals, 32 assists and added 40 penalty minutes in 59 games with the B-Sens' ECHL affiliate Elmira Jackals.
Bailey, 23, has two goals and added 31 penalty minutes in 37 games played with the B-Sens this season. The native of Nepean, Ont. has two goals, one assist and six penalty minutes in seven games with Elmira.
Cowick, 22, has one goal, two assists and 20 penalty minutes in 24 games with the B-Sens this season. The native of Gloucester, Ont. has scored five goals, eight assists and added 72 penalty minutes in 30 games with Elmira.
Hoffman, 21, has seven goals, 16 assists and eight penalty minutes in 69 games for the B-Sens this season. The Kitchener, Ont. native has recorded three assists in three games with Elmira.
The Jackals, in second place in the ECHL's Atlantic Division with a 32-27-7-3 record and 74 points, next see action tonight as they travel to Trenton to face the Devils at 7 p.m.
The B-Sens will travel to Syracuse to take on the Crunch Friday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. Fans can listen live on 680 WINR-AM or 1430 WENE-AM beginning 30 minutes before the game for Countdown to Face Off with Grady Whittenburg, voice of the B-Sens.
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