Sunday’s AHL Boxscores
BINGHAMTON 4, ROCHESTER 3
Josh Hennessy netted a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner late in the second period, as Binghamton held off host Rochester by a 4-3 final on Sunday at the Blue Cross Arena. Lawrence Nycholat added three points (1-2-3), and goaltender Jeff Glass made 24 saves in net. The Senators finished 1-1-1-0 on a three-game trip through the North Division.
Hennessy notched his sixth and seventh goals of the campaign (7-9-16), and the game-winning goal was his first this season. That goal came on the power play at 19:31 of the second period.
Ilya Zubov contributed a goal and an assist for Binghamton, and five players added a helper each.
The Americans entered the third period down 4-1, but they attempted a late comeback. Mark Mancari scored one of his two goals in the game at 6:55, and Marek Zagrapan made it a one-goal game at 10:30. Rochester would be unable to get the equalizer, though.
PORTLAND 3, BRIDGEPORT 2
Portland scored three times in a 2:14 span during the second period and held on for a 3-2 win over host Bridgeport at the Arena at Harbor Yard.
Portland goaltender Mike McKenna made 24 saves, improving to 6-3-0 on the season.
MILWAUKEE 2, TORONTO 1
Cal O’Reilly’s goal at 14:06 of the third period lifted visiting Milwaukee over Toronto by a 2-1 final at Ricoh Coliseum.
After a scoreless first period, the Admirals took a 1-0 lead at 1:25 of the second on Antti Pihlstrom’s 10th goal of the season and second in as many nights.
The Marlies’ Ben Ondrus tied it with just one second left in the second period.
ALBANY 4, HERSHEY 3 (SO)
Derek Damon scored once in regulation and tallied the decisive shootout goal to help visiting Albany past Hershey, 4-3, in front of 6,742 fans at the Giant Center.
SAN ANTONIO 2, IOWA 1
Joel Perrault tallied the eventual game-winner at 5:53 of the third period, vaulting host San Antonio to a 2-1 victory over Iowa at the AT&T Center.
Perrault leads the Rampage with 26 points (13-13-26), and his 13 goals are tied with Joey Tenute (13-9-22) for the team lead in that category.
The Rampage also opened the game’s scoring, as Chris Durno netted a shorthanded, unassisted goal at 9:50 of the first period.
Goaltender David LeNeveu improved to 3-3-0 on the season with 27 saves on 28 shots.
Defenseman Chris Lee scored Iowa’s lone goal on the power play just 50 seconds into the second period.