For those of you that have been following this site during the off season, you’ll know there has been plenty of talk about a potential Binghamton road trip during the lockout.
Well today I have some details to pass along on a trip that is happening a few weeks from now. While I am not directly involved in the planning, I have spoken with the guys in charge and they have been able to put together a great trip at an extremely affordable price.
The BSens kicked off their season on a winning note on Saturday night, scoring a 2-1 win over the visiting Wilkes Barre/Scranton Penguins.
Bingo got third period goals from Jakob Silfverberg and Hugh Jessiman and starting goalie Robin Lehner turned aside all but one of the 36 shots he faced on the night.For new Binghamton Senators head coach Luke Richardson, it was exactly the start he was hoping for from his team.
On the eve of the Binghamton Senators season opener, we again hand the reigns over to Don Rieber of the Examiner in Binghamton.
Don offers his thoughts on the upcoming season and explains why the combination of a new face behind the bench and some added firepower thanks to the NHL lockout, has the BSens prime for big turnaround season. Take it away, Don!
After a hard fought training camp and a strong preseason, the Ottawa Senators are finally ready to get thing started for real with their regular season opener in Montreal.
Should be a great atmosphere at the Bell Centre tonight as the Northeast Division rivals kick off the highly anticipated 2012/2013 National Hockey League season. Puck drop is scheduled for just after 7:30 PM with all the action available on Team 1200 and Rogers Sportsnet.
As fans await the season opener down in Binghamton, and continue to monitor the success of Senators playing in Europe, I thought we might try another Chirp of the Week.
This time, a SensChirp regular by the name of Matt, takes a crack at a popular topic among Sens fans. Matt has come up with his list of the Top 10 Ottawa Senators of all time. Do you agree or disagree? Let's hear your opinions in the comment section below. Take it away, Matt!
The Binghamton Senators have wrapped up their preseason schedule and now must trim the fat from the training camp roster in preparation for Saturday's opener.
The BSens continued that process over the weekend, assigning forward Jakub Culek to Rimouski of the QMJHL and sending Chris Wideman, Danny New, Brad Peltz and Scott Greenham to teams in the ECHL.
Granted two preseason games is a ridiculously small sample size but the early indications suggest that the Binghamton Senators could be an offensive force this season.
Luke Richardson has clearly adopted the puck possession, get up and down the ice style that made Paul MacLean so successful in his first year at the NHL level and the early result is a BSens team that is filling the net with ease.
With the Binghamton Senators fresh off a 4-3 shootout win in their preseason opener last night against the Hershey Bears and today we are joined by Don Rieber.
Don lives and works for the Examiner in Binghamton and will be providing us with first hand updates from the farm this season. There may not be NHL hockey but with the prospects the Sens have in the AHL, there will be plenty for Ottawa fans to talk about until the lockout is resolved.
While the NHL and the NHLPA continue to kick the crap out of the upcoming NHL season, hockey starts on another front tonight in Binghamton, New York.
After a week of high tempo training camp under new bench boss Luke Richardson, the Binghamton Senators will open their preseason schedule at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena against the Hershey Bears. The puck drops at just after 7:00 PM.
With nearly 100 locked out NHLers now signed on to play overseas, and a significant number participating in AHL training camps, there will be hockey this fall, even if it doesn't take place in the 30 NHL rinks across North America.
And while a significant number of players have been able to make alternate arrangements, there are still a handful of Ottawa Senators that continue to skate here in the city, waiting for an opening overseas or perhaps some good news related to a new collective bargaining agreement.