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Binghamton 2   Syracuse 1

Andy Hedlund's right blast with 8:38 to go in regulation gave Binghamton a hard fought 2-1 win over Syracuse that ended the Sens' losing streak at three games in front of 4,717 fans at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

Darrel Scoville got things started 3:50 into the game when he knocked home his own rebound for his fifth of the year. Scoville deposited the puck into an open net as goaltender Ray Emery (33 saves) as Emery was involved in a pile-up to the right of the cage following Scoville's initial drive.

Karl Goehring (34 saves) held the Crunch lead heading into the first intermission as he made the save of the year, turning aside Christoph Schubert's point blank shot and then denying Josh Langfeld on the rebound when he snagged Langfeld's attempt with the glove hand while still on his knees while trying to scramble back to his skates after the save off of Schubert.

Daniel Corso finally solved Goehring on Binghamton's 16th shot of the contest when he converted a Chris Kelly centering feed 4:27 into the second period to tie the game at 1-1.

That set the stage for Hedlund's game-winning heroics set up off of a face-off win by Antoine Vermette.

Vermette slipped the puck back to Langfeld off the draw. As Langfeld drove the slot, he lost the handle and never got a shot off.

Dennis Bonvie scooped up the loose puck and tapped it back to Hedlund at the right point.

Hedlund wired the game-winner home with a screen set in front of Goehring to the send the Sens' fourth sellout of the season into delirum.

Both clubs were 0x5 on the power play while Binghamton had a 36-34 shots advantage.

The win snapped the Crunch's modest win at two and enabled the Sens to remain tied for third in the East Division with Philadelphia, 4-0 winners in Albany tonight.

Next up for the Binghamton is trip north of the border and rematch of last year's Eastern Conference final in a Friday night visit to Hamilton (7 p.m.). The Sens are next at home for the Matthews Auto Group Dusters Throwback Night Saturday, December 6th, against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton at 7:05 p.m.




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