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Monsters Upended in Binghamton, 5-2

Monsters Upended in Binghamton, 5-2

Jan 10, 2020

The AHL’s Cleveland Monsters were defeated by the Binghamton Devils on Friday at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena by a final score of 5-2. With the loss, the Monsters fell to 17-16-1-2 and with 37 points, currently occupy seventh place in the AHL’s North Division standings.


In the opening period, the Devils registered even-strength goals from Egor Sharangovich at 1:16, Brandon Gignac at 15:09 and Josh Jacobs at 16:32 to take a 3-0 lead into the first intermission. In the second, a five-on-five Mikhail Maltsev tally at 4:45 made it 4-0 Devils before Adam Clendening and Anton Karlsson combined to set up an even-strength Calvin Thurkauf marker at 6:04 sending the Monsters into the second intermission trailing by a 4-1 margin. In the final frame, Gignac notched his second of the game on the power-play at 9:35 before Sam Vingeault established the game’s final score of 5-2 with an even-strength deflection from Clendening and Thurkauf at 12:19.


Cleveland goaltender Veini Vehvilainen stopped 27 pucks in defeat while Binghamton’s Cory Schneider made 29 saves in victory.


Next up for the Monsters, it’s a Saturday road clash vs. the Hershey Bears with full coverage, live from Giant Center in Hershey, PA on Alt 99.1, AHLTV and the Monsters Hockey Network.


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  1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final
CLE 0 1 1 - - 2
BNG 3 1 1 - - 5


Shots/Special Teams:

  Shots PP PK PIM
CLE 31 0/2 3/4 19 min / 8 inf
BNG 32 1/4 2/2 15 min / 6 inf



  Goaltender Outcome Saves GA Record
CLE Vehvilainen L 27 5 8-9-1
BNG Schneider W 29 2 4-4-0



Cleveland Record: 17-16-1-2, 7th North Division

Binghamton Record: 15-17-4-0, 8th North Division




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