The Full Wiki

Binghamton Senators: Misc

Advertisements
  
  
  
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on Binghamton Senators

Include this on your site/blog:

Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Binghamton Senators
City: Binghamton, New York
League: American Hockey League
Conference: Eastern Conference
Division: East Division
Founded: 2002
Home Arena: Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
Colors: red, black, and gold
Owner(s): Multiple Owners
General Manager: Thomas Mitchell
Head Coach: Cory Clouston
Media: Press & Sun-Bulletin
WRRQ
Affiliates: Ottawa Senators (NHL)
Franchise history
1972 to 1992: New Haven Nighthawks
1992 to 1993: New Haven Senators
1993 to 1996: Prince Edward Island Senators
2002 to present: Binghamton Senators
Championships
Division Championships: 2 2002-03, 2004-05

The Binghamton Senators are an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They play in Binghamton, New York, USA at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

Contents

History

AHL hockey returned to Binghamton after a five-year absence in 2002 (the city had a team in the United Hockey League in the interim). The Binghamton Senators took to the ice that year and enjoyed a successful freshman season, going 43-26-9 with 97 pts. They breezed by their first two playoff rounds, but were easily defeated by the Hamilton Bulldogs in 5 games. The 2003-04 season was not as successful and the loss of both Antoine Vermette and Jason Spezza weakened the team. They went 34-34-9 and quietly exited the playoffs thanks to a 2-0 sweep at the hands of the Norfolk Admirals.

The NHL lockout of 2004-05 meant Binghamton got a return visit from their recent graduates and several other NHL players, including Jason Spezza, Antoine Vermette, Anton Volchenkov, Chris Neil, Josh Langfeld and Brian Pothier, making the Senators a legitimate Calder Cup contender. Jason Spezza lead the way with a league high 117 points (earning the AHL MVP) and brought the team back to contender form. The Senators ended the regular season with only 21 regulation losses, tied for 2nd fewest in the league, taking the division title with a league high 276 goals scored. The Senators entered the playoffs on a roll, winners of 11 of their last 13 games, and continued their dominance by cruising through the first 2 games of their first round best of 7 series against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, scoring 9 goals. But the offense inexplicably stalled and the Sens scored only 5 goals in the remaining 4 games as the Penguins answered back with the next 4 wins, crushing the hopes of bringing the Calder Cup to Binghamton for the first time.

For the 2006 - 2007 season, Binghamton Senators games can be heard on Q107 fm (WRRQ 106.7)

This market was previously served by:

Season-by-season results

Advertisements

Regular season

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SOL Points Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
2002-03 80 43 26 9 2 -- 97 239 207 1st, East
2003-04 80 34 34 9 3 -- 80 210 216 4th, East
2004-05 80 47 21 -- 7 5 106 276 217 1st, East
2005-06 80 35 37 -- 4 4 78 258 295 5th, East
2006-07 80 23 48 -- 4 5 55 225 323 7th, East
2007-08 See 2007-08 AHL season for up-to-date standings.

Playoffs

Season Prelim 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Finals
2002-03 -- W, 3-0, WOR W, 4-2, BRI L, 1-4, HAM --
2003-04 L, 0-2, NOR -- -- -- --
2004-05 -- L, 2-4, WBS -- -- --
2005-06 Out of Playoffs
2006-07 Out of Playoffs
2007-08 Regular season in progress.

Team records

Single Season

Goals: 56 Flag of Canada Denis Hamel (2005-06)
Assists: 85 Flag of Canada Jason Spezza (2004-05)
Points: 117 Flag of Canada Jason Spezza (2004-05)
Penalty Minutes: 551 Flag of Canada Brian McGrattan (2004-05)
GAA: 2.42 Flag of Canada Ray Emery (2002-03)
SV%: .924 Flag of Canada Ray Emery (2002-03)

Career

Career Goals: 124 Flag of Canada Denis Hamel
Career Assists: 117 Flag of Canada Jason Spezza
Career Points: 236 Flag of Canada Denis Hamel
Career Penalty Minutes: 1051 Flag of Canada Brian McGrattan
Career Goaltending Wins: 67 Flag of Canada Ray Emery
Career Shutouts: 11 Flag of Canada Ray Emery
Career Games: 216 Flag of Germany Christoph Schubert

Notable Players

External links

  • Binghamton Senators Official Website
  • binghamtonhockey.net - Hockey history of the Binghamton, New York region
  • The Internet Hockey Database - Binghamton Senators
American Hockey League
2007-08 teams Albany River Rats · Binghamton Senators · Bridgeport Sound Tigers · Chicago Wolves · Grand Rapids Griffins · Hamilton Bulldogs · Hartford Wolf Pack · Hershey Bears · Houston Aeros · Iowa Stars · Lake Erie Monsters · Lowell Devils · Manchester Monarchs · Manitoba Moose · Milwaukee Admirals · Norfolk Admirals · Peoria Rivermen · Philadelphia Phantoms · Portland Pirates · Providence Bruins · Quad City Flames · Rochester Americans · Rockford IceHogs · San Antonio Rampage · Springfield Falcons · Syracuse Crunch · Toronto Marlies · Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins · Worcester Sharks
Trophies and Awards Calder Cup · Les Cunningham Award · John B. Sollenberger Trophy · Willie Marshall Award · Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award · Eddie Shore Award · Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award · Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award · Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award · Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award · Yanick Dupre Memorial Award · Jack A. Butterfield Trophy · Richard F. Canning Trophy · Robert W. Clarke Trophy · Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy · Frank Mathers Trophy · Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy · Emile Francis Trophy · F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy · Sam Pollock Trophy · John D. Chick Trophy  · James C. Hendy Memorial Award  · Thomas Ebright Memorial Award  · James H. Ellery Memorial Awards  · Ken McKenzie Award  · Michael Condon Memorial Award
Related Articles NHL · ECHL · IHL · CHL · SPHL · List of AHL seasons

This article uses material from the "Binghamton Senators" article on the Ice Hockey wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message