Robin Lehner and the rest of the Binghamton Senators continue their quest for the Calder Cup tonight against the Charlotte Checkers. Game 1 of that series goes in Charlotte.
All the action can be heard live on the Team 1200 courtesy of Bingo's play by play guy Grady Whittenberg who has to be one of the best in the business. The puck drops at 7:05 PM.
Perhaps the most impressive part about Binghamton's run to AHL's Eastern Conference finals has been the play of Robin Lehner. After the season Barry Brust had in Bingo, it was hard to imagine Lehner was going to see much time in the playoffs, if any at all.
But with Bingo down 3-1 in their opening round series with the Monarchs, Lehner got his chance and he hasn't looked back.
The Binghamton Senators are moving on in their quest for the Calder Cup and the fans in Ottawa will be there to support them.
SensChirp has teamed up with the Red Scarf Union and UltimateTours to bring you yet another road trip to Binghamton! The bus departs on May 21 to catch Game 5 of the BSens and the Charlotte Checkers
Top rated defensive prospect David Rundblad will make his debut this afternoon when Team Sweden takes on Jason Spezza and Team Canada.
Puck drops at 2:00 PM.
If they didn't already have your attention they certainly should now!
The Binghamton Senators, backed by a shutout from blue-chip goaltending prospect Robin Lehner, defeated the Portland Pirates on Friday night, closing out their best of seven series in six games. Bingo now awaits the winner of the Wilkes-Barre Charlotte series
The Ottawa Senators coach has been officially underway since the moment they announced Cory Clouston would not return behind the bench. With that said, things are really expected to ramp up beginning early next week.
According to a couple different sources, one name you can apparently cross off the list is that of Pete DeBoer.
Earlier this week I mentioned that the Ottawa Senators search for a new coach was expected to heat up this week. Apparently that is not the case.
A tip sent my way last night that we can expect the search to really intensify beginning early next week.
With his Spokane Chiefs eliminated from the WHL playoffs, one of the Sens top prospects is on his way to Binghamton to join the Senators on their Calder Cup run.
Jared Cowen will look to carry over a strong playoff run with the Chiefs when he joins the Sens AHL team later today. He is not expected to be in the line up for tonight's game.