Conor Landrigan and Lindros Beard led the way with hat tricks as the Binghamton Junior Senators crushed the Roc City Royals 13-1 in a home game at Lakeshore Hockey Arena in Binghamton. Dominik Bogdziul and Hunter Kepple also had big nights with 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) respectively. As well, the Binghamton Junior Senators' offense had a big night, peppering the Royals with 38 shots throughout the game. The Binghamton Junior Senators took the lead early in the first on a goal from Ryan Flanagan and never looked back.
Ryan Flanagan chipped in with 2 goals and Jeremy Wilber did his part, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).
During the first period, Landrigan opened the scoring for Binghamton with a goal at 0:19 with a helper from Reifler. Flanagan netted what turned out to be the game winning goal at 4:34 with assists from his linemates, Uravage and Becker.
In the second, Bogdziul deposited a goal at 1:18 with helpers from his teammates Landrigan and Aponik. Landrigan scored a goal at 5:05 with assists from his linemates, Reifler and Bogdziul. Buchholz finally put Roc City on the board with a goal at 7:06 with helpers from Corey and Conolly. Flanagan quickly followed with a goal at 7:39 with an assist from fellow Junior Senators forward Uravage. Beard deposited a goal at 12:27 with helpers from Darling and Kepple. Wilber put in a goal at 18:54 with assists from his linemates, Bogdziul and Landrigan. Johansson quickly followed with a goal at 19:41 with a helper from Wilber.
During the third period, Landrigan scored a goal at 2:00 with assists from his linemates, Reifler and Bogdziul. Beard quickly followed with a goal at 3:20 with a helper from Kepple. Kepple deposited a goal at 8:35 with an assist from defenseman Aponik. Bandura netted a goal at 14:56 with a helper from fellow Junior Senators forward Johansson. Beard put in a goal at 18:26 with an assist from his linemate Kepple.
Binghamton’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Schmitt as he stopped 18 of the 19 shots he faced. Schmitt’s counterpart, Sesock, also had a big night, managing to stop 16 of 24, but ultimately fell short.
This win brings the Binghamton Junior Senators’ record to (49-1-0-1)