Binghamton Devils Announce Newest Hockey Hall of Fame Members
There are only four home games left for the Binghamton Devils this season and two of them are this weekend. You'll want to come early and stay late on Saturday, March 30th when the Rochester Americans come to the Floyd.
It's Superhero night and you'll want to be there before the game for the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. There are three members this year: Chris Kelly, Ryan Keller and Grady Whittenburg.
Chris played for the Binghamton Senators from 2003 to 2005 and was the team captain. He played in 208 games and had 56 goals and 69 assists over the three seasons.
Ryan was with the team for two seasons and was the team captain of the Binghamton Senators when they won the 2010-11 Calder Cup. He played in 143 games with 66 goals and 53 assists.
Grady (pictured above) was the Director of Broadcasting with the Binghamton Senators for 14 season. He won the James H. Ellery Award for outstanding media coverage of the American Hockey League after the Calder Cup championship in 2010-11.
He was also the person that coined the phrase "Floyd" when describing the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. That's where I got "Floyd" from, so blame or thank him, that's up to you.
Stick around after the game for the final FREE postgame skate with the Binghamton Devils players. Many of them have been playing with New Jersey, this could be your chance to ask them about their experience with the big club.
Face-off is at 7:05 p.m. and I'll be doing Chuck-a-Puck between the second and third period. Congrats to Chris, Ryan and Grady and LET'S GO DEVIL'S!
[via Binghamton Devils]