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s/t to Sean Leahy of Puck Daddy... Former DU Pioneer Patrick Wiercioch while playing for the Binghamton Senators, the AHL team of the Ottawa Senators. Goon’s World would like to wish Patrick a speedy recovery. Ouch!
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The Binghamton Senators have issued the following statement regarding defenseman Patrick Wiercioch, who suffered a throat injury in Friday’s game versus the Norfolk Admirals:
“The Binghamton Senators can confirm that Patrick Wiercioch is resting peacefully and his being evaluated at the hospital. There are no further updates on his condition at this time.”
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A little late to the party on this one but during last night's Binghamton Senators game versus the Norfolk Admirals, Patrick Wiercioch took a puck to the throat during the first period. The Senators prospect was assisted off the ice and was immediately transported to the Lourdes Hospital.
Following the game, the Binghamton Senators released the following statement:
from the Press & Sun-Bulletin, A tough loss was overshadowed by a terrifying injury Friday night, as Binghamton Senators defenseman Patrick Wiercioch was hospitalized after being hit in the throat by a puck during the first period of the Norfolk Admirals’ 5-1 win at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
Wiercioch was struck by a clearing attempt during a power play three...
One longterm question that I like to think about is which current NHL players will make the Hockey Hall of Fame and at which point in their career have they cemented that honor regardless of what happens in the remainder of their career. I think Daniel Alfredsson has recently surpassed this threshold.
Alfredsson is the first line right winger with the Ottawa Senators. He...
From: PressConnect.comby Joy Lindsay Binghamton Senators (AHL) defenseman Patrick Wiercioch was transferred to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse on Saturday after spending Friday night at Lourdes Hospital.Wiercioch, 21, suffered a serious throat injury when he was struck by a puck during the B-Sens' game on Friday. He was in stable condition at the time of the transfer."...
Ottawa Senators defenseman Sergei Gonchar is listed as questionable against the Vancouver Canucks Saturday.
Gonchar left Thursday’s game against the New Jersey Devils with a upper-body injury. The Senators had the day off Friday and the team did not give any updates on Gonchar’s status.
Gonchar has two goals and 17 assists for Ottawa this season.
The Ottawa Senators have been on Nick Foligno to be tougher, so there had to be some part of them that didn't exactly mind the show of physicality he put on versus the Vancouver Canucks Friday night. However, struggling as they are right now, the last thing Ottawa needs is for an important member of their forwards corps to miss time with a suspension for a headshot.
It’s 2011 Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators (West vs. East) smack talk time. Next up is the Sens, and Richard has 5 reasons he can’t stand their hockey team. It seems strange but the Ottawa Senators don't usually sell out. The problem is they have no identity. What about their fateful decision to keep Wade Redden over Zdeno Chara. How's that look now?
OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators’ year-long commitment to community outreach programs throughout the National Capital Region continues. The following is a look at the club’s community schedule from Friday, Dec. 9, to Thursday, Dec. 15.
Senators centre Jason Spezza talks about NHL all-star weekend, which is coming to Scotiabank Place in January. Event details were unveiled earlier today at Scotiabank Place for the mi...
The surging Vancouver Canucks will shoot for a fourth consecutive victory when they visit the Ottawa Senators for tonight's battle at Scotiabank Place.