Utica, N.Y. - After splitting their contests this past weekend, the Comets hosted the Binghamton Devils in a mid-week matchup at the Adirondack Bank Center.
Carter Camper made his return tonight after being out with injury since October 30.
It was a back and forth game from the start. Less than thirty seconds into the first period, Francis Perron put the Comets on the board.
Twenty-three seconds later, Brett Seney responded with a goal of his own to tie things up. Nikolay Goldobin gave the Comets the lead again with a power play goal about half-way into the period.
Seney added another one five minutes into the second period during a scramble in front of the Comets' net to even it up at 2-all.
Chris Connor gave Binghamton it's first lead about 2 minutes later and Comets' Vincent Arseneau would tie the score again with 8:44 left in the second.
Four minutes into the third period, Carter Bancks put Utica back on top 4-3. Devils' Brendan Baddock tied the game at 4 one minute and a half later. Neither team would score for the rest of regulation.
Yegor Sharangovich scored with 31 seconds left in overtime to give Binghamton the victory, 5-4.
The Comets are away to take on Laval Rocket in back to back games on Friday and Saturday.
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