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from Ken Warren of Senators Extra,
So much for the calmer, cooler, less controversial Robin Lehner.
The Ottawa Senators’ 20-year-old goaltending prospect, who has kept a lower profile with the Binghamton Senators this season following a series of colourful events during the 2010-11 campaign, is now staring at the possibility of a lengthy suspension after losing his cool in a fight-filled 6-2 loss to Syracuse on Saturday.
Lehner left his crease to get involved in a brawl and removed his mask in an attempt to fight Syracuse goaltender Jeff Deslauriers. Lehner then wrestled with officials when they tried to intervene. After Lehner was thrown out of the game and escorted off the ice, he returned.
continued and here’s the video evidence…
from the Press & Sun-Bulletin,
A tough loss was overshadowed by a terrifying injury Friday night, as Binghamton Senators defenseman Patrick Wiercioch was hospitalized after being hit in the throat by a puck during the first period of the Norfolk Admirals’ 5-1 win at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
Wiercioch was struck by a clearing attempt during a power play three minutes and eight seconds into the game. He immediately dropped to the ice and needed several minutes before being helped to the runway by trainer Glen Kinney and captain Mark Parrish.
“I’ve heard that he’s being attended to,” B-Sens coach Kurt Kleinendorst said after the game. “I know he’s in capable hands. We don’t know much more than that. We’ll just keep him in our prayers.”
Watch the incident below…
If you’re looking for an update on Aunt Bessie’s cow, or information on last summer’s harvest, look on.
If, however, you’re looking for news and information on the top minor league affiliates of the NHL’s Southeast Division clubs, you’re in the right place.
In years past, I would run News from Norfolk as a regular feature on Tampa Bay’s AHL affiliate and now, News from the Farm will feature the Charlotte Checkers, Chicago Wolves, Hershey Bears and Rochester Americans along with the Admirals, to follow the progress of the Southeast’s future stars at the AHL level (and, at least for now, Michael Nylander and Sheldon Souray too).
We’ll look at game results, standings, league and team-leading scorers and goaltenders, pick a player of the week, have a glance at the schedule ahead and keep you abreast of any other developments for these players and their clubs.
Thursday seemed as good a day as any for this weekly feature, so that’s where it will be slotted in to start (and this week, as the first installment, there’s plenty of AHL action to catch up on).
Without further delay, News from the Farm:
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from Bruce Garrioch of Off The Posts at the Ottawa Sun,
Ilya Zubov apparently doesn’t want to be in Binghamton.
Strange timing, but the Ottawa centre chose the Binghamton Senators media day to express to one of the local television networks that he doesn’t want to be there anymore.
In fact, it would appear Zubov has asked for a trade.
“I’m not pretty happy about it. It’s not what I want,” Zubov told the local FOX affiliate. “Both me and the Ottawa team (talked) that I might get traded soon.”