B-Sens End Disappointing Season

By WBNG News

April 15, 2012 Updated Apr 15, 2012 at 6:33 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Binghamton Senators frustrating season came to an end Saturday night with a 3 to 2 overtime loss to Norfolk.

One year after taking home the Calder Cup, the B-Sens finished the season with the fewest points in the league.

Players say they came into the season with high expectations of another run in the playoffs.

But at the end of the day, injuries, call-ups and a lot of what ifs turned it into a very disappointing season.

"Coming here, especially after the championship, you expected to be in the playoffs so it was disappointing...it was disappointing year but you can still take positives out of it at the same time," says defenseman Tim Conboy.

"It's been a terrible year. We, I'm a big believer that you can develop and win and last year we proved it and this year we didn't and I just find it hard on everyone. I'm disappointed, I'm frustrated...I'm a lot of things," says coach Kurt Kleinendorst.

While the B-Sens are disappointed with the season, it wasn't all bad.

Several players that started the season in Binghamton, including Kaspars Daugavins and Jimmy O'Brien are currently still playing in the playoffs with the NHL Ottawa Senators.

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