Binghamton Hockey.net

Fri, Feb. 3 Sat, Feb. 4 Fri, Feb. 10 Sat, Feb. 11 Fri, Feb. 17
DEL 2  FINAL
BIN 8
DEL 6 Final
BIN 8
BIN   7:05 PM
PH  
BIN   7:05 PM
PH  
DAN   7:00 PM
BIN  
Dusters Whalers Rangers Icemen Senators Devils Black Bears

Navigation
Home
Newsboard
Thanksgiving
New Years
H.O.F.
PPPShow
Black Bears
Main Page
2023 Results
Bears News
General Info
Devils
Main Page
Devs vs AHL
General Info
Senators
Main Page
Sens vs AHL
Sens Pics
Icemen
Main Page
Icemen News
BC vs UHL
General Info
Rangers
Main Page
Videos
Rangers News
Rags vs AHL
Whalers
Main Page
Whal vs AHL
General Info
Dusters
Main Page
Dust vs AHL
Dust vs NAHL
General Info
Lists
Playoffs
Top 25 Goals
Top 10
50 G\100 Pts
Coaches
Captains
Rosters
Standings
Cup Lists
AHL
FPHL
NAHL
UHL
Gen. Info
Sport of Hockey
Hockey Talk
The Leagues
Interact
Contact Us
Links
Booster Club
Links

NHL

AHL

ECHL

FPHL

SPHL

Hockey DB

Black Bears Articles: Black Bears Fall to River Dragons, 4-1
April 3, 2022

Posted by: Bob Howard
Credit:
Binghamton Black Bears

April 2, 2022 - Binghamton Black Bears Press Release

BINGHAMTON – The Columbus River Dragons defeated the Binghamton Black Bears on Saturday night, 4-1, in front of over 3,300 fans at Visions Veterans Memorial Arena.

Jack Reilly opened the scoring with a wrist shot over the right shoulder of goaltender Owen Liskiewicz. Reilly scored on a two-on-one for his fourth goal of the year with assists from Alex Storjohann and Levi Armstrong at 3:02 of the first period for the 1-0 lead for Columbus.

Tyler Gjurich scores the loan goal for the Black Bears
Columbus took a 2-0 lead on the power play as Parker Moskal ripped a shot over the right shoulder of Liskiewicz from the hash marks at 7:43 of the first. The goal was Moskal’s second of the season with the lone assist being credited to Hunter Bersani.

Binghamton answered back on the power play to get on the board. Tyler Gjurich fired a slap shot into the net from the left wing circle for his 46th goal of the year at 10:49 of the first frame. Assists were credited to Sam Turner and Mo Levac and the Black Bears trailed 2-1 after one period.

After no scoring in the second, Parker Moskal scored early in the third to give Columbus a 3-1 lead. The goal was Moskal’s second of the game and third of the year and came just 4:51 into the third period.

Dalton Anderson added an empty net goal in the 4-1 win.

The Black Bears are back home tomorrow at 3 p.m. against Columbus. WEIS Shopper’s Card Club Members can score $8 tickets to the game. Then on Friday, April 8, the Black Bears host Danbury at 7 p.m. Tickets are available now at www.binghamtonblackbears.com/tickets.

Playoff hockey is returning to Binghamton! Secure your seats and get a merchandise gift card. Season ticket holders will also receive a special playoff gift as well. For more information, Black Bears fans can visit Binghamton Black Bears Playoff Tickets.

Stay current with the latest team news by visiting www.binghamtonblackbears.com, by calling 607-722-7367, or visiting the front office on the third floor of the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena. Follow the Black Bears all year long on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.



 

Links & Info on the FPHL

Past FPHL Champs STATS FPHL Game Center
Transactions Standings Black Bears on BH.net

Thank you for visiting Binghamton Hockey.net

 
Copyright Binghamton Hockey.net 2003 - 2022. All team logos & images are the property of the respective owners.
Binghamton Hockey.net
Archiving Binghamton Hockey History since 2003
Thank you for visting!
 
Quick Links
Home Captains Coaches Standings
Playoffs H.O.F. Top 10 Rosters
New Years News Board 50\100 Club PPPShow
Thanksgiving Site Map Privacy Policy Contact Us
Standings Privacy Policy    
Rosters Contact Us
Top 10 50\100 Club    
Coaches PPPShow    

web
counter