Rookie winger Kaspars Daugavins buried two markers, including the game-winner in overtime, as the Binghamton Senators stormed back against the Albany River Rats to claim a 5-4 victory on Friday night.
Daugavins staked Binghamton to a 1-0 lead early, as the rookie netted his first AHL goal at 3:45 of the first period.
The River Rats responded with three unanswered goals to close out the first period scoring. Albany held the two-goal advantage until Arttu Luttinen buried his 12th marker of the year past netminder Tyler Weiman late in the second period.
Leading scorer Jeff Heerema knotted the game at three apiece just forty-four seconds into the final period, as the winger netted his 35th of the year.
Albany took advantage of a Charlie Cook hooking call when Keith Aucoin slipped a power-play tally past Brian Elliott to give the Rats a 4-3 lead.
Cook made up for his hooking call as the defenseman buried the game-tying goal at 18:24 of the third period. Andrew Ebbett added his third assist of the night on the Cook goal.
Daugavins capped the Senators comeback just 2:13 into overtime, with Cook assisting on the game-winner. Daugavins finished the night with two goals and a +4 rating. Netminder Brian Elliott had 21 saves in his third victory of the year.