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Zane McInTitle — Pens LOSE 3-0
March 8, 2020Posted by on
Zane McIntyre has the title to the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.
His exploits with the Providence Bruins and now with the Binghamton Devils, who win today 3-0, their first win here ever. 27 saves for McIntyre Sunday afternoon.
The Penguins played an incomplete game today and some of the saves made by McIntyre were dazzlers, but the Devils had the better of the play and got goals to go in what you could call a goalie duel.
Doesn’t look like a playoff team to me, sadly. It’s an amalgamation of players who come from all walks, Wheeling and elsewhere.
Casey DeSmith opposed McIntyre.
Lineup Notes: None that I can spot. Chris Brown was the extra on for warmups.
First Period: Scoreless period. Devils had two power plays out of it to the Penguins one. Shots were a very manageable 9-6 for Binghamton in comparison to Friday’s contest when it was a lot worse for the Penguins.
Highlight of the period was this save on Ben Street.
Second Period: Seemed like the Devils took over the game a bit and then Jesper Boqvist got free in the slot and wired a shot that went in for a 1-0 Devils lead.
Adam Johnson got in for a breakaway but had to settle the puck before firing and didn’t get a good enough shot off.
Third Period: Ben Street drives the net and Brett Seney cleans up the loose change in front just :12 into the period to give the Devils a 2-0 lead.
Penguins has a crack at a power play and never got close. Time dwindled and Binghamton hit and empty net to make it three.
Three Stars: 3) B. Seney (goal) 2) J. Boqvist (goal) 1) Z. McIntyre (27 save shutout)
The Good: DeSmith should get MVP, either that or hazard pay.
The Bad: They wear different type of uniforms for a reason, so you don’t pass to the opposite team. Passes were terrible.
Turning Point: Seney’s goal :12 into the third put the hammer on the nail. No coming back from that with the collective way they played this afternoon.
Around the Division: Bridgeport gets three in the third, forces overtime and beats Lehigh Valley 6-5 in a shootout…Hershey gets two late goals and forces overtime but lose 3-2 in a shootout up in Providence….Springfield beats Hartford 4-1 Charlotte was off.
Standings: Hershey 81 — Providence 80 — Hartford 73 — Charlotte 69 — Springfield 65 — Penguins 64 — Lehigh Valley 57 — Bridgeport 51
Wheeling Update: Nailers were off. They played a three in three which started Wednesday and ended Friday. Would you consider that to get the weekend off? I think I would.
Video Highlights: I don’t think Coal Street is going to edit up a shutout.
Lehigh Valley Wednesday. More then, otherwise warranted.
Let’s Go Pens!
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