UTICA – Cam Johnson stopped all 33 shots he faced and John Ramage scored the only goal of the game as the Binghamton Devils shut down the Utica Comets, 1-0, on Thursday night.
After no scoring in the first period, the Devils had two five-on-three power-play opportunities towards the end of the second period they couldn’t convert on. The game remained scoreless after 40 minutes of action with the Comets holding a 19-13 shot advantage.
Binghamton finally cashed in on a power play in the third period to take a 1-0 lead. John Ramage fired home a one timer that just squeaked over the goal line for his sixth of the year. Ramage’s power-play goal was assisted by Michael Kapla and Brandon Gignac at 3:36 of the third.
With the net empty for the Comets, Nathan Bastian blocked a huge shot with less than ten seconds left in regulation as the Devils held on for the 1-0 win. Johnson recorded his first AHL shutout, stopping all 33 shots he faced.
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