Sound Tigers top Sens in Newfoundland, 6-2

Wednesday’s Boxscores

Six different Bridgeport skaters netted goals as the Sound Tigers took a 6-2 win over Binghamton on Wednesday at Mile One Centre in St. John’s, N.L. Bridgeport now has a league-high 24 points on the season (11-3-0-2).

Kurtis McLean posted game-high three points (1-2-3) for the Sound Tigers, while Mike Iggulden (pictured) posted a goal and a helper.

Trevor Smith, Tomas Marcinko, Joe Callahan, and Jeremy Colliton all added goals in the victory.

Netminder Nathan Lawson made 26 saves on 28 shots in the winning effort for the Sound Tigers, who are now 4-0-0-1 in their last five contests.

Ilya Zubov had a goal and an assist for the Senators, and Greg Mauldin also found the back of the net. Binghamton’s three-game winning streak came to an end.

Defenseman Kris Russell posted a goal and an assist as Syracuse took a 5-3 road win over Albany at the Times Union Center.

Clay Wilson, Jonathan Sigalet, Craig MacDonald, and Maksim Mayorov also scored for the Crunch, who rallied from a 3-2 deficit to take their third straight victory.

Stefan Chaput had a goal and a helper for the River Rats, while Joe Jensen and Mike Angelidis added goals. Albany is winless in three straight outings (0-2-1-0).

Peoria rattled off four straight goals after allowing the game’s first marker and took a 4-1 road win over Quad City at the I Wireless Center.

The Flames initially took the lead a minute into the second period on Dan Ryder’s first goal of the campaign.

But the Rivermen responded with goals from Cam Paddock and Chris Conner to carry a 2-1 advantage into the third period, where Steve Regier and Trent Whitfield scored to extend the advantage, the latter coming shorthanded and into an empty net.

Peoria goaltender Ben Bishop made 23 saves in the victory, which was the Rivermen’s fifth in their last six games (5-1-0-0).

Nick Spaling and Stephen Werner scored in the shootout to give Milwaukee a 2-1 road win over Rockford at the MetroCentre.

Goaltender Drew MacIntyre stopped four of Rockford’s five tries after making 36 saves through regulation and overtime for the Admirals, who captured their fourth straight win.

The teams exchanged power play goals in regulation, with Milwaukee’s Hugh Jessiman scoring his first of the season late in the opening period and Rockford’s Michael Blunden responding midway through the third.

Petri Kontiola tallied a shootout marker for the IceHogs, who are now winless in six straight contests (0-5-0-1).