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Professional hockey has always been a staple at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton on Tuesday, September 5,
2017. The Binghamton Devils logo was added as part of the arena’s redecorating prior to the start of hockey season.(Photo: Patrick Oehler/Staff Photo)Buy PhotoThe Binghamton Devils surrendered a two goal lead in the third period and then lost an AHL game in overtime, 4 3,
to the visiting Rochester Americans in front of 3,998 fans Saturday night at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.
Casey Nelson took a trailing pass on an odd man rush and beat B Devils goalie Mackenzie Blackwood to end it in extra time,
his second goal of the season giving the Americans the win and two points.
Rochester Zach Redmond opened the scoring 1 minute, 52 seconds into the game,
backhanding the puck past Blackwood glove to give assists to Sahir Gill and Evan Rodrigues.
The Devils answered with a shorthanded goal 11:36 into the first period as Bracken Kearns fed Blake Speers for a wrister that beat Rochester goalie Adam Wilcox.
Yaroslav Dyblenko first AHL goal came on a power play in the second period to put the Devils in front, 2 1. John Quenneville and Austin Cangelosi assisted the goal.
Speers then set up another shorthanded goal for Binghamton,
finding Kevin Rooney in front of a wide open net. Rooney third goal of the season gave the Devils a 3 1 lead heading into the third period, despite the Americans holding a 20 13 advantage in shots.
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ALABAMA LINEUP: G Collin Sexton (6 3, Fr.) 20.8 ppg; G Dazon Ingram (6 5, R Soph.) 11.6 ppg; G John Petty (6 5, Fr.) 12.2 ppg; PF Riley Norris (6 7, Sr) 5.3 ppg; C Donta Hall (6 9, Jr) 11.9 ppg, 7.6 rpg.
ARIZONA LINEUP: G Parker Jackson Cartwright (5 11, Sr.) 8.3 ppg; G Brandon Randolph (6 6, Fr.) 6.8 ppg; G Allonzo Trier (6 5, Jr.) 22.0 ppg; F Deandre Ayton (7 1, Fr.) 19.6 ppg, 11.2 rpg; C Dusan Ristic (7 0, Sr.) 9.4 ppg, 5.4 rpg.
NOTES: Alabama freshman guard Collin Sexton (eye) practiced fully with no problems after suffering an unspecified eye injury in the first half against Rhode Island. Meanwhile, sophomore wing Braxton Key (knee) was also a full participant at Friday’s practice according to coach Avery Johnson, but remains a “game time decision” against Arizona. . Tonight’s game will be just the third all time meeting between Alabama and Arizona, with both previous games coming in the NCAA Tournament. The Tide recorded a 50 41 victory in the opening round of the 1985 NCAA Tournament, and a 77 55 win in the second round of the 1990 tournament. Arizona opened the season as the nation’s third ranked team and the overwhelming preseason favorite to win the Pac 12 again after claiming both the conference’s regular season and tournament crowns last season. Arizona has won 44 consecutive non conference home games, a streak that ranks second nationally behind only Duke’s 137. The Wildcats have won 74 of their last 76 home games dating back to the 2012 13 season.
QUOTE: “We had another really good practice today because we’re playing against an outstanding team in Arizona, one that has a couple of guys that are on (NBA) draft boards in the first round with Deandre Ayton and Allonzo Trier. That 1 2 punch is probably the best 1 2 punch we’ve seen all year with their inside and out games and a really good supporting cast in a tough place to play.” Avery Johnson, Alabama head coach