Cormier’s shutout solves Binghamton’s Crunch dilemma

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Binghamton goalie Evan Cormier stopped all 35 shots he faced Wednesday night inside the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena for his first professional shutout, topping Syracuse, 4-0. The Crunch had won the previous six meetings this season against Binghamton. Cormier now has wins in back-to-back starts.

On the penalty kill in the first period, Blake Speers deflected a puck giving Brandon Gignac a breakaway that he buried right after the penalty expired to give the B-Devils the lead. Brandon Baddock’s second goal of the season in the second period put Binghamton on top by two. Egor Sharangovich and Nick Lappin each found the net in the third period for the B-Devils.

Final score: Binghamton (17-20-3-0) – 4, Syracuse (21-11-2-0) – 0

The B-Devils are on the road Friday, January 11 against Lehigh Valley. Puck drops at 7:05 p.m.

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