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BEARS BOUNCE BACK TO BEAT B-SENS, 6-4

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01/14/2012 9:41 PM -
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The East Division leading Hershey Bears rebounded from a two-goal deficit, scoring four third period goals to defeat the Binghamton Senators 6-4 at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena Saturday night. With the win, the Bears remain undefeated against the defending Calder Cup champions (4-0-0-0).
 
Christian Hanson and former Binghamton Senator Ryan Potulny each scored a pair of goals for the Bears in the final period of regulation. 
 
Stephane Da Costa scored a pair of goals for the B-Sens, while Mark Borowiecki and Corey Locke each tallied a pair of assists. 
 
Locke drew the primary assist on Da Costa’s second goal of the game. With the assist Locke earned his 500th career American Hockey League point. 
 
Eric Gryba and Andre Petersson would also tally for the B-Sens.
 
Robin Lehner started in goal for Binghamton, stopping 33 of 39 shots at he fell to 6-13-0 on the season. 
 
The B-Sens travel to Bridgeport to take on the Sound Tigers tomorrow at 3 p.m. Fans can listen live on “Binghamton’s Classic Hits” BIG 107.5 (WBBI-FM) beginning 30 minutes before game time for Countdown to Faceoff with Grady Whittenburg, the voice of the B-Sens. 
 
-Go B-Sens Go-


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