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Binghamton 2   Manitoba 2 ot 

The Binghamton Senators completed a four-game in five-night stretch with a 2-2 tie in Manitoba Tuesday night in front of 4,965 fans at Winnipeg Arena.

Serge Payer and Daniel Corso registered the Sens markers.  Corso’s score, off a scramble in front of Moose goaltender Tyler Moss with Binghamton working the power play, gave the visitors a 2-0 lead with 3:14 left in the second period.

The Moose cut the lead in half with :12 left in the middle period when Brandon Reid converted a Ryan Ready centering feed for his fourth goal of the year.

The Moose then  sent the contest into overtime when Reid home his second of the season from close range with just 5:54 remaining in regulation.

Manitoba had a golden opportunity to take the game in regulation when Brian McGrattan was whistled for slashing at 15:22.  As McGrattan’s penalty wound down, Steve Bancroft picked up a roughing minor to give the Moose a five-on-three advantage for :13 and an overall power play for 3:47.

Binghamton’s penalty kill came through with flying colors and held the Moose scoreless on the power play in six opportunities.

The Moose, who outshot the Sens 37-18 in regulation, continued their onslaught in overtime.  The 3-1 shots margin favored the Moose in overtime, and 40-19 for the game, but Ray Emery shut down the Moose to gain the road tie for Binghamton.

Emery, who stopped Kirill Koltsov at the horn to end the game, made 38 saves and was voted 1st Star of the Game by the Manitoba media.  Tyler Moss had 17 saves for the Moose, whose winless streak grew to four games (0-3-1).

Binghamton finished the four-game stretch at 1-1-1-1.  The Sens return home to begin a season-high seven game home stand Saturday when they host the St. John’s Maple Leafs in a special 5:05 p.m. face-off.

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