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Binghamton Senators 4, Connecticut Whale 3 By Brian Ring Hartford, CT, December 4, 2011 - The Connecticut Whale fell to the Binghamton Senators, 4-3, Sunday afternoon at the XL Center. Mats Zuccarello scored twice for the Whale, while Binghamton’s Andre Petersson also scored twice, including the game-winner, to stop Connecticut’s winning streak at four games. Binghamton rallied from a 2-0 first period deficit eventually to take the lead for good in the third period. “I thought the first period we played well, we had some guys step up physically,” said Whale head coach Ken Gernander. “The other guys didn’t respond to that.” “We stopped playing and that’s not acceptable,” said Zuccarello. “This was a game we should have won for sure.” The Whale had scored the first goal of the game at 12:57 of the first on the power-play, the sixth straight goal for Connecticut that came via the man advantage in their last two games. Zuccarello, foiled by the post in an early-period attempt against Senat
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