Sens' record may be down, but development is up
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- What a difference a year makes. This time last season, the Binghamton Senators were in the midst of a securing a playoff spot, one that would ultimately result in a Calder Cup championship.
12 months later, however, the reigning champs find themselves in dead-last in the AHL standings with just 55 points.
After winning four straight to cap off the season's first half, the B-Sens have just four wins in 19 games since the All-Star break.
While the Senators aren't happy with the numbers in the wins column, they're keeping their focus on developing talent for the next level.
Binghamton hosts Bridgeport Wednesday.