The Senators scored two short-handed goals, their fourth consecutive game with a short-handed tally, on their way to a 6-2 win against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Sunday evening.
Antoine Vermette scored short-handed only 1:39 into the game with Josh Langfeld in the penalty box for a hooking minor. But the Sound Tigers would get a goal out of the penalty to tie the game a little more than one minute later.
The Sens broke the stalemate early in the middle period when Jason Spezza extended his points streak to 18 games with a goal at the 1:17 mark.
Vermette, Bochenski and Kavanagh got the three other goals of the period with Kavanagh scoring the other short-handed tally.
Bridgeport center Justin Papineau and Josh Langfeld traded goals in the final period.
Goalie Billy Thompson made 36 saves on 38 shots in the win. Bridgeport goaltender Dieter Kochan was pulled after allowing five goals in just under 40 minutes of action. Wade Dubielewicz replaced him and made 11 saves on 12 shots.
Binghamton is back in action at Syracuse on Friday night. The Sens final regular season home game will be next Saturday at 7:05 p.m. against the Hershey Bears. Tickets for the game are available by calling (607) 722-SENS.