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Binghamton Hockey Hall Of Fame

2012 Inductee

Mike Busniuk
Assitant Coach
Born Dec 13 1951 -- Thunder Bay, ONT

Assistant Coaching Stats
Seas. Team Lge Type GP W L T OTL SOL Pct Result
93-94 Rangers AHL Asst. 80 44 30 6 0 0 0.588 Lost in round 3
94-95 Rangers AHL Asst. 80 41 30 9 0 0 0.569 Lost in round 2
95-96 Rangers AHL Asst. 80 57 13 10 0 0 0.775 Lost in round 2
96-97 Rangers AHL Asst. 80 33 38 9 0 0 0.469 Out of Playoffs
03-04 Senators AHL Asst. 80 34 34 9 3 0 0.5 Lost in Q. R.
04-05 Senators AHL Asst. 80 47 21 0 4 8 0.663 Lost in round 1
05-06 Senators AHL Asst. 80 35 37 0 4 4 0.488 Out of Playoffs
06-07 Senators AHL Asst. 80 23 48 0 4 5 0.344 Out of Playoffs
07-08 Senators AHL Asst. 80 34 32 0 9 5 0.513 Out of Playoffs
08-09 Senators AHL Asst. 80 41 30 0 5 4 0.569 Out of Playoffs
09-10 Senators AHL Asst. 80 36 35 0 6 3 0.506 Out of Playoffs
Totals   880 425 348 43 35 29 0.544  

Mike was an assistant coach with 2 different Binghamton Hockey teams, 4 seasons with the Binghamton Rangers and 7 seasons with the BInghamton Senators.

From Binghamton Senators.com (April of 2010)
Busniuk enters his seventh season in the Senators’ organization as Assistant Coach in 2009-10. Prior to the B-Sens, Busniuk was the Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations for Muskegon (United Hockey League) He led the Fury to a 38-29-9 record (3rd place – Western Conference) in his first season as head coach in the minor-pro ranks. The Fury upset second-seeded Missouri three games to none in the first round of the conference playoffs before bowing out to Quad City four games to two in the conference final.

Busniuk was the Montreal Canadiens’ 10th pick (67th overall) in the 1971 NHL Entry Draft. The Thunder Bay, Ontario, native appeared in 143 NHL games, all with Philadelphia after being signed as a free agent by the Flyers in October of 1977.

His American Hockey League career spanned 397 games with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs and the Maine Mariners in which he registered 160 career points and was part of four Calder Cup championship clubs.

Busniuk’s pro coaching career began in the Southern Tier as an assistant coach with the Binghamton Rangers (AHL). When the franchise moved to Hartford, CT, in 1997, Busniuk remained as the assistant for another five seasons with the New York Ranger-affiliated Wolf Pack.

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Peter Ferraro, Mike Busniuk, Chris Ferraro in 2012 being inducted into the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame, picture by Bob Howard
 
Mike receiving his framed Binghamton Senators jersey at the HOF ceremony, picture from Bob Howard

 
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