Glass, Nikulin lead Senators past Sound Tigers

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Denis Hamel scored a pair of goals and Jeff Glass turned in a 30-save shutout as Binghamton skated past Bridgeport, 4-0, at the Broome County Arena.

Hamel scored his league-leading 13th and 14th goals of the season (14-6-20), tallying one each in the first and second periods.

Alexander Nikulin contributed a goal and three helpers for the B-Sens, and Jeremy Yablonski capped the scoring in the third period.

Glass moved to 8-4-1 on the season and improved his league-leading marks in goals against average (1.80) and save percentage (.940).

Hartford winger Alex Bourret scored a pair of goals and added an assist as the Wolf Pack stayed hot with a 4-2 victory over Worcester on Friday at the DCU Center.

Bourret, who had missed Hartford’s previous eight contests, has now tallied three goals and one helper in three games against the Sharks this season. The Wolf Pack moved to 9-2-0-0 in their last 11 games overall.

Bourret scored one goal each in the first and third periods, and he assisted on Thomas Pock’s second-period marker.

Dane Byers added an empty-netter for the Wolf Pack and Miika Wiikman made 23 saves, improving to 3-0-0 in his last three starts.

The Sharks received goals from Lukas Kaspar and Mike Iggulden, and goaltender Thomas Greiss stopped 29 of 32 shots in the losing effort.

Hartford is now 3-0-0-0 against the Sharks this season, including a pair of wins in Worcester.

Ryan Bayda scored at 4:36 of overtime to lift Albany past Norfolk by a 4-3 final at the Times Union Center. The River Rats went 2-0-0-0 in their two-game home set with the Admirals and are 4-0-0-1 in their last five outings overall.

Albany scored once in each regulation period, as Kirk MacDonald, Jamie Johnson and Mike Angelidis all lit the lamp. MacDonald’s was his first AHL goal of the campaign.

Goaltender Michael Leighton stopped 23 of 26 shots to even his season record at 8-8-0-2.

Chris Lawrence, Norm Milley, and Adam Henrich scored for the Admirals. Henrich’s was also his first AHL tally of the season in his second game, and it came at 17:39 of the third period to send the contest to an extra session.

Rookie Liam Reddox netted two goals and added an assist as visiting Springfield downed Lowell by a 4-1 count at the Tsongas Arena.

Reddox, who snapped a 12-game goal drought, opened the game’s scoring on the power play at 3:00 of the first period and added another tally at 3:19 of the second.

Marc Pouliot and Jean-Francois Jacques also scored for the Falcons. Jacques figured into every goal, adding three assists for a four-point night.

Falcons goaltender Jeff Deslauriers stopped 35 of 36 shots to pick up his 11th win of the season (11-3-3), making him the new league-leader in that category.

Olli Malmivaara scored the lone Devils goal, which at the time tied the contest at 1-1.

Rochester scored once in the second period and twice in the third on its way to a 3-1 win over Manchester at the Verizon Wireless Arena.

After a scoreless first period, Drew Larman gave the Amerks a 1-0 lead at 8:03 of the middle stanza.

Monarchs rookie defenseman Brian Boyle tallied the equalizer on the power play at 3:26 of the third period.

Rochester’s Mark Mancari gave the Americans the lead for good just 1:13 later, and he added an empty-netter in the closing seconds. Mancari had three points on the night, as he also assisted on Larman’s initial goal.

Amerks goaltender Adam Dennis picked up the win with 27 saves on 28 shots.

Armed with a 42-31 shots advantage in the game, Providence prevailed over Rockford by a 5-4 final in a shootout at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

David Krejci paced the Bruins with two points in regulation (1-1-2) and a shootout goal. T.J. Trevelyan, Chris Collins and Nate Thompson also scored in regulation.

Rockford’s Martin St. Pierre sent the game to overtime with his ninth goal of the season at 15:57 of the third period. He also added an assist in the contest.

Bryan Bickell, Cam Barker and Michael Blunden also scored for the IceHogs in regulation.

In a carbon copy of its last game, Philadelphia received goals from six different players and a 28-save shutout performance from goaltender Brian Boucher on its way to a 6-0 road victory.

Instead of the Hershey Bears on Nov. 24, though, Friday’s victim was the Hamilton Bulldogs at Copps Coliseum.

Jared Ross led the Phantoms offense with four points (1-3-4). Philadelphia had four players tally a goal and an assist each – Kyle Greentree, Alexandre Picard, David Laliberte and Jonathan Matsumoto.

Josh Beaulieu also scored for the Phantoms, marking his first professional goal.

Boucher stopped is now 56-for-56 in save opportunities over his last two games.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton took a 4-2 win over Syracuse with three unanswered goals after falling behind 2-1.

Tim Wallace paced the offense with a goal and an assist, while Tim Brent, Ryan Lannon and Jeff Taffe also lit the lamp.

Nathan Smith posted a pair of assists for the Penguins, and goaltender Ty Conklin made 27 saves in the victory.

The Crunch received goals from Steven Goertzen and Joakim Lindstrom in the losing effort.

Despite a 45-19 disadvantage in shots, visiting Lake Erie defeated Toronto by a 4-3 score in a shootout at Ricoh Coliseum.

David Jones provided the decisive goal in the shootout for the Monsters, who received regulation goals from Codey Burki, Chris Stewart and Brent Kelly.

Cody McLeod chipped in with two assists, and goaltender Jason Bacashihua survived the Toronto onslaught with 42 saves on 45 shots.

The Marlies fell behind 3-1, but forced overtime on goals by Colin Murphy in the second period and John Mitchell in the third.

Alex Foster also scored for Toronto, which slumped to 2-4-0-1 in its last seven contests.

San Antonio took a 4-1 victory over Grand Rapids at the AT&T Center behind goals from four different players.

Joel Perrault, Joey Tenute, Josh Gratton and Curtis Fraser all scored for the Rampage. They made a winner of goaltender Josh Tordjman (8-2-0-1), who stopped 22 of 23 shots.

Rampage coach Greg Ireland picked up a victory in his first game against Grand Rapids, whom he coached the past three seasons.

The Griffins’ lone goal was scored by Mike Walsh, his first of the season.

Quad City scored on four of its five shootout attempts to take a 3-2 victory over Milwaukee at the I Wireless Center.

The Flames initially got out to a 2-0 lead on the strength of goals from Grant Stevenson and Brandon Prust in the first and second periods, respectively. Stevenson assisted on Prust’s goal for a two-point night.

The Admirals clawed back to even the score at 2-2, using a second-period goal by Janne Niskala and a third-period tally from John Vigilante.

Tomi Maki tallied the decisive shootout goal for the Flames, and goaltender Brent Krahn made 26 saves through the first 65 minutes, improving his record to 4-1-0 on the season.

Iowa scored twice each in the first and second periods on its way to a 4-0 blanking of Manitoba at the Wells Fargo Arena.

Defenseman Chris Lee notched a pair of goals for the Stars, while Janos Vas and Toby Petersen also scored.

Marty Sertich chipped in a pair of assists, and goaltender Tobias Stephan made 21 saves to pick up his second shutout of the campaign.

The Moose were blanked for the first time this season and are now winless in three straight outings (0-2-1-0).

Maxim Noreau scored the game’s only goal 50 seconds into overtime to give Houston a 1-0 win over visiting Peoria at the Toyota Center.

Noreau’s goal came on the power play and was assisted by Steve Kelly and Paul Albers.

Aeros goaltender Nolan Schaefer picked up the shutout with 26 saves in net, including 21 over the second and third periods combined.