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Admirals Aftermath: Baby Sens Put Admirals In Time Out

The week of Oct. 29th - Nov. 4th, Anaheim Ducks' AHL affiliate Norfolk Admirals, faced Ottawa's Binghamton Senators twice.

Guurrrrllll, please
Guurrrrllll, please
Bruce Bennett

The Norfolk Admirals split the two games played against the Binghamton Senators (Ottawa). In both games, the Ducklings shined bright, collecting 13 points over the two contests. Peter Holland and Kyle Palmieri lead the team in scoring with four points each; three goals and one assist for Holland and one goal and three assists for Palmieri.

Friday night, goaltender Igor Bobkov gave up four goals on 37 shots. Prized draft pick, Emerson Etem, finally scored his first and second goals of the season during the game.

On Saturday, goaltender Frederik Andersen had a good night, allowing only two goals on 42 shots.

With injuries starting to take a toll, the lines are getting mixed around quite a bit. I may change up the stats I write about each week.

Line Combos for November 2nd:

Patrick Maroon - Brandon McMillan - Devante Smith-Pelly: No points or penalties
Kyle Palmieri - Peter Holland - John Mitchell: 1 Goal, 1 Assist, 2 PIMs
Luca Caputi - Corey Elkins - Emerson Etem: 2 Goals, 2 Assists
Troy Bodie - Chris Wagner - Jay Rosehill: No Points, 4 PIMs

Sami Vatanen - Jordan Hendry: 2 Assists, no penalties
Nate Guenin - Hampus Lindholm: No points or penalties
Mat Clark - Ryan Parent: No points or penalties

Line Combos for November 3rd:

Maroon - McMillan - DSP: No points or penalties
Etem - Elkins - Ryan Lasch: No points or penalties
Palmieir - Holland - Caputi: 3 goals, 4 assists, no penalties
Bodie - Wagner - Rosehill: 4 PIMs

Vatanen - Hendry: No points or penalties
Guenin - Lindholm: 1 goal
Clark - Parent: 2 PIMs

Matt Smaby did not make the road trip due to injury.