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Binghamton 2   Bridgeport 0
 
The Binghamton Senators handed AHL-leading Bridgeport just their fifth regulation loss of the season, a 2-0 shutout, in front of a sold out Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena Friday night.

The victory by the Sens snapped Bridgeport's club-record 12-game unbeaten road streak (10-0-2).

The Sens outshot the Sound Tigers 9-3 in a fast paced opening 20 minutes that saw an apparent Binghamton goal waved off when it was ruled that Alexandre Giroux’s follow-up was kicked into the net.

Josh Langfeld finished off a pretty left wing rush when he snapped a Daniel Corso drop pass over the glove hand of Dieter Kochan at 5:31 of the middle period for the only goal the Sens would need in ending a three-game (0-2-1) winless streak.

Corso and Steven Bancroft drew the assists on Langfeld’s 10th goal of the year.

Despite being outshot 27-16 in the final two periods, goaltender Ray Emery flashed his All-Star from a year ago in stymieing the Sound Tigers time and time again to pick up his first shutout of the season, and the eighth of his career.

Emery stopped all 30 shots to earn Star of the Game honors while captain Chris Kelly sealed the win with his 7th of the season into an empty net with one second remaining in regulation to send the crowd of 4,717 home happy.

Both club took the collar on the power play with the Sens misfiring on six chances while denying Bridgeport on its four opportunities.

The win kept the Sens one point behind fourth place Wilkes-Barre, 5-3 winners over visiting Norfolk Friday night.

Binghamton continues its three-game weekend with a road tilt at Albany Saturday (7 p.m.) before closing out the weekend with a 5:05 p.m. visit to Philadelphia Sunday.

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