Cody Dearing, Caleb Beversdorf, Eric Melso and Domink Bogdziul had big nights with 5 points (2 goals, 3 assists), 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists), 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 4 points (0 goals, 4 assists) respectively as the Binghamton Junior Senators crushed the Oswego Stampede 11-0 in a home game at Ice House Sports Complex in Binghamton. Besides, Jeffrey Zero posted a shutout, stopping all 20 of Oswego shots throughout the game. The Binghamton Junior Senators took the lead before the halfway point in the first on a goal from Tim O'connor and never looked back.
Michael Padgeon delivered for his team with 2 goals and Tim O’connor had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist).
In the first, O’connor opened the scoring for Binghamton with what turned out to be the game winning goal at 9:25 with helpers from teammates Melso and Dearing. Wilber netted a goal at 12:35 with assists from Miller and Smith. O’connor quickly followed with a goal at 14:30 with helpers from Becker and Bogdziul.
During the second period, Padgeon scored a goal at 9:54 with assists from Beversdorf and O’connor. Reifler put in a goal at 13:01 with helpers from his linemates, Becker and Bogdziul. Dearing deposited a goal at 15:15 with assists from his linemates, Beversdorf and Melso. Padgeon quickly followed with a goal at 16:19 with helpers from his linemates, Smith and Wilber.
In the third period, Beversdorf put in a goal at 5:58 with assists from his linemates, Melso and Dearing. Becker netted a goal at 9:44 with helpers from his linemates, Reifler and Bogdziul. Dearing deposited a goal at 16:40 with assists from his linemates, Simmons and Beversdorf. Melso quickly followed with a goal at 18:05 with helpers from his linemates, Bogdziul and Dearing.
The Junior Senators’ victory was in no doubt helped out by Zero’s shutout, as he stopped all 20 of the shots he faced. Zero’s counterpart, White, also had a big night, managing to stop 44 of 55, but ultimately fell short.
This win brings the Binghamton Junior Senators’ record to (39-3-0-3).