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Binghamton 3   Rochester 2

Brooks Laich’s second goal of the night at 11:11 of the third period was the game-winner as the Binghamton Senators shaded the Rochester Americans 3-2 Wednesday night in front of 5,613 fans at Blue Cross Arena.

Laich now has two consecutive contests with two goals, including the game-winning marker, against the Americans in the last five days.

After a scoreless first period, Laich opened the scoring just 45 seconds into the middle period, finishing off a 2-on-1 break with defenseman Christoph Schubert for his tenth of the season.

After the Amerks tied the game at 1-1 on a David Cullen marker at 10:55 of the second, the Sens moved out in front to stay at 6:59 of the third period when Josh Langfeld scored his 13th of the season on a feed from Denis Hamel.

Laich then put the Sens up by two when he deflected a Peter Smrek point drive home at 11:11 of the final period.  Hamel also asssited on the goal to finish the night with two helpers.

Cullen struck for another power play goal to draw Rochester with one goal with 7:23 to play, but the Amerkswould get no closer, failingl on their fifth power play in the final three minutes as Binghamton held on for their 7th road win of the year.

Ray Emery won his 13th game of the season in making 36 saves.  Ryan Miller was tagged with the loss as he stopped 28 of 31 Binghamton shots.

The Sens connected on one of their three power play chances while killing off four of six Rochester opportunities.

The Sens are next in action Friday when they travel to Albany for a 7:00 p.m. faceoff.


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