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B-Sens Fall To The Admirals

The Binghamton Senators tied a franchise record with their fourth consecutive loss in dropping a 6-1 decision to Norfolk Friday night in front of 3,614 fans at the Scope in Virginia.

The Sens came out flat for the third straight game and were outshot 12-2 in the opening period and fell behind 1-0 on a knuckling shot that eluded Ray Emery (25 saves in 40:00) off of the stick of Carsen Germyn for a power play goal 9:01 into the contest.

The two shots on goal matched a franchise-low and was the second time in three games the Sens mustered just two shots in a period.

Things did not get better for the Sens in the second period as they again managed just a pair of shots on goaltender Craig Anderson (12 saves) while his Admiral teammates beat Emery for a pair of goals to lead 3-0 after forty minutes.

Quintin Lang tipped a Lasse Kukkonen point shot past Emery at 8:43 and just forty two seconds later, Jason Morgan scored a power play goal off of a Marty Wilford rebound to provide Norfolk with a three goal cushion at the second intermission break.

The Admirals had a staggering 28-4 shots advantage through two periods.

Billy Thomspon (11 saves in 20:00) relieved Emery to start the final period and surrendered three goals after the Sens were able to cut the lead to 3-1.

Bryson Busniuk picked up his first AHL point when he set up Arpad Mihaly for his sixth goal of the season at 5:01 of the third period.

But the Admirals regained their three-goal advantage fifty-eight seconds later on Langís second of the night making it 4-1 and dashing any hopes of a comeback.

Kukkonen and Germyn scored in the contestís final five minutes for the final margin.

Norfolk outshot Binghamton 42-13 overall with the 13 Senators shots setting a franchise-low.

In three games in Norfolk over the last two seasons, the Sens have managed a combined 50 shots on goal and four goals in 180 minutes of play.

The Admirals now lead the Sens and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton by three points in the East Division race.  The Penguins claimed a share of fifth place with their 5-4 win in Syracuse.

Binghamton will attempt to snap their four-game skid Saturday night as they wrap up their two-game set with Norfolk in a 7:30 faceoff.

The club completes the weekend with a 5 p.m. battle in Hershey Sunday.


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