Albany Devils Get Point In Overtime Loss To Binghamton Senators
Depending on your view the Albany Devils game against the Binghamton Senators can be viewed as a point earned or a point lost. I prefer the positive approach.
Steve Zalewski's late goal, with just under five minutes left in regulation forged over time Sunday at the Times Union Center. Binghamton won in the shoot out so they gained the two big points and the Devils settled for the single point.
Binghamton shooters Pat Cannone and Cole Schneider scored and the Devils managed just one shootout success by Mike Sislo. Binghamton won the game 3-2.
Both net minders, Keith Kinkaid for Albany and Marc Cheverie for the Senators played well. Kinkaid stopped 23 chances. Cheverie was a bit better stopping 35 of 37 Devils opportunities. For Albany it was a league high 11th shootout of the year and their record isn't good, standing at 2-9 on the year.
The good news in regards to that stat is this: the Devils got back Jacob Josefson from the New Jersey Devils. The team called up Andrei Loktionov.
Josefson should be in the lineup when the Devils host high flying Syracuse Monday afternoon at the Times Union Center.