Penguins Let Another Lead Slip



The WBS Penguins took on the Binghamton Senators last night in a game that turned out to be yet another slip by the penguins. WBS started out with a three to nothing lead going into the third. But left it slip away once again.

The loss tonight is number six for the WBS penguins not a good streak to be on at this point of the season it might dig a hole that would be very hard to crawl out of.

The Pens got on the board first as Brian Dumoulin put a shot on net, Paul Thompson and Brian Gibbons both got in the act but it was Warren Peters who put it through the pads of Lehner

Bobby Farnham got his first AHL goal putting the Pens up 2-0 as he took the puck down the ice and fired a snapshot into the back of the net.

Philip Samuelsson got his first goal of the season giving the WBS Penguins a nice three goal lead with a lot of hockey to play. It was a scene the Pens Fans have seen a few times this season a nice three goal lead slipping away.

Binghamton would come back in the third with four unanswered goals two in the first couple minutes of the period. It was Jakob Silfverberg getting Binghamton on the board off the arm of Zatkoff. Then on the power play Shane Prince put a slapshot just under the crossbar pulling the Senators within one goal.

WBS has another defensive breakdown that Binghamton jumps on Wiercioch gets a nice shot off that gets deflected past Zatkoff and we are at three all.

The icing on the cake was Cole Schneider finding Prince with a backdoor pass and Prince putting it home. Senators come back to beat the Penguins 4-3.

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