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Different Team, Same Result
March 17, 2024

Posted by: Bob Howard
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Binghamton Black Bears

March 17, 2024 - Binghamton Black Bears News Release

Scott Ramaekers scored two in his debut including a short-handed goal.
BINGHAMTON- The Binghamton Black Bears defeated the Elmira River Sharks 8-1on Sunday afternoon. The Black Bears outscored their opponents 27-2 on the weekend.

Binghamton scored three times in the opening frame. Scott Ramaekers scored his first professional career to open up the scoring. Dan Wieber followed that up with a goal, knocking in his own rebound. Colan Fitzgerald capped off the period with a backhanded goal, his 2nd goal of the season and 2nd of the weekend. The Black Bears led 3-0 after one.

Austin Thompson continued his streak as he opened the scoring in the middle frame. Thompsonís goal came with two minutes left in the period, but Binghamton wasnít done yet. Jestin Somero with his hustle, was able to blast one past the goalie, and the Black Bears closed the period with a 5-0 advantage.

The Black Bears scored every possible way in the third. Andrew Logar on the power play, Kyle Stephan at even strength, and Ramaekers tallied his 2nd of the night short-handed. Binghamton cruises to a 8-1 victory of Elmira, as Connor McAnanama made 26 saves in his 15th victory of the season.

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