Cook’s 8 points Paces Offense in Weekend Sweep of Northeast!

On Saturday night, Zach Bell, Marcus Cook, Greg Simmons and Thomas Liebold had big nights with 4 points (4 goals, 0 assists), 5 points (1 goal, 4 assists), 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 4 points (0 goals, 4 assists) respectively as the Binghamton Junior Senators cruised by the Northeast Generals 8-4 in a home game at Ice House Sports Complex in Binghamton. Moreover, Jeff Zero came up big, stopping 39 of 43 shots throughout the game. The Binghamton Junior Senators took the lead early in the third on a goal from Zach Bell.

Eric Melso contributed with 2 goals and Mike Padgeon did his part, adding 2 assists. Tyler Rudek chipped in with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Thaddeus Marcola delivered for his team with 2 assists.

During the first period, Faia opened the scoring for the Generals with a goal at 4:49 with a helper from his linemate Rudek. Melso quickly followed with a goal at 5:01 with helpers from his linemates, Padgeon and Simmons. Rudek answered for Northeast with a goal at 9:03 with an assist from his teammate Faia. Melso answered for the Junior Senators with a goal at 15:31 with assists from Liebold and Dzhangarashev. Rudek answered for the Generals with a goal at 18:13 with helpers from his linemates, Faia and Marcola.

In the second, Bell answered for Binghamton with a goal at 1:56 with helpers from his linemates, Cook and Simmons. Cook put in a goal at 6:32 with assists from Simmons and Gresham. Bankauskas answered for Northeast with a goal at 19:40 with assists from his linemates, Marcola and Faia.

During the third period, Bell answered for Binghamton with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 1:24 with helpers from his linemates, Cook and Liebold. Simmons quickly followed with a goal at 2:51 with assists from Padgeon and Palmiter. Bell put in a goal at 5:55 with helpers from his linemates, Liebold and Cook. Bell deposited a goal at 15:07 with assists from his linemates, Liebold and Cook.

The Junior Senators’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Zero’s big night as he stopped 39 of the 43 shots he faced. Zero’s counterpart, Driscoll, also had a big night, managing to stop 54 of 62, but ultimately fell short.

 

On Sunday afternoon, Marcus Cook led the way with a hat trick as the Binghamton Junior Senators crushed the Northeast Generals 8-3 in a home game at Ice House Sports Complex in Binghamton. Zach Bell and Eric Melso also had big nights with 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) respectively. Besides, Jeff Zero came up big, stopping 36 of 39 shots throughout the game. The Binghamton Junior Senators took the lead late in the second on a goal from Mike Padgeon.

Mike Padgeon did his part, adding 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Thomas Liebold delivered for his team with 2 assists. Marc Faia contributed with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

During the first period, Faia opened the scoring for Northeast with a goal at 1:31 with a helper from his teammate Rudek. Melso answered for Binghamton with a goal at 9:14 with helpers from Dzhangarashev and Padgeon. Phelps answered for the Generals with a goal at 14:44 with an assist from Shulman.

In the second, Roberts answered for the Junior Senators with a goal at 6:55 with helpers from his linemates, Fay and Murphy. Cook netted a goal at 9:14 with assists from his linemates, Bell and Melso. Padgeon deposited what turned out to be the game winning goal at 18:35 with a helper from Melso.

During the third, Flansburg answered for Northeast with a goal at 1:08 with an assist from fellow Generals forward Faia. Cook quickly followed with a goal at 1:24 with helpers from his linemates, Bell and Liebold. Padgeon quickly followed with a goal at 3:22 with assists from his linemates, Melso and Simmons. Bell quickly followed with a goal at 3:48 with helpers from Dzhangarashev and Gresham. Cook deposited a goal at 10:57 with assists from his linemates, Liebold and Bell.

The Junior Senators’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Zero’s big night as he stopped 36 of the 39 shots he faced. Zero’s counterpart, Schneider, also had a big night, managing to stop 32 of 39, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Binghamton Junior Senators’ record to (8-1-0-0).