The Phantoms scored a pair of objectives within the remaining interval to place away the Binghamton Devils for the second straight night time with a 6-3 victory.
Binghamton Devils misplaced back-to-back matches with their North Division rivals the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, beginning the weekend with a 3-2 loss on the RWJBarnabas Well being Hockey Home on Friday Evening.
The rating was tied going into the third interval, when the Devils had an opportunity to attain on a 5 minute energy play, however failed to take action, and the Phantoms Tanner Laczynski sealed the victory with a hat trick aim.
Saturday Evening the match up shifted to the PPL Heart, and the Phantoms struck early with just a bit over a minute into the sport, Chris Bigras fired a store into the web.
Binghamton evened the rating on a shot from Connor Carrick.
The sport went backwards and forwards within the first interval knotted at two a bit, when Lehigh Valley’s Wade Allison scored to place the Phantoms up 3-2 in interval two
The Devils Travis St. Denis scored his first aim of the 12 months on an influence play to even the rating once more at 3-3, when Tanner Laczynski scored his fourth aim of the weekend placing the Phantoms forward for good.
The Phantoms padded their lead with objectives from Max Willman and Ryan Fitzgerald within the 6-3- win.
Binghamton falls to 3-11 and are on the backside of the AHL’s North division.
The Binghamton Devils will host the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins this Wednesday March 31 at 7pm from the RWJBarnabas Well being Hockey Home in Newark.
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