Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame Inductions
The Binghamton Senators and the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame Committee have announced the Induction Class of 2016. Richard Grenier, Jean - Yves Roy and Justin Plamondon will be honored in pre-game ceremonies this Saturday April 2nd prior to the Binghamton Senators home game with the Utica Comets.
Grenier was a standout for the Broome Dusters between 1977 and 1979. In 143 games he scored 83 goals and added 57 assists for 140 points. Roy played for the Binghamton Rangers between 1992 and 1995. In 181 regular season games playing for Binghamton Roy scored 95 goals and added 70 assists for 170 points. Plamondon played five seasons with the B.C. Icemen where he played in 303 regular season games. He notched 67 goals and added 132 assists to account for 199 points.
There will be an intermission autograph session for fans as well. The Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame was established in 1998. Ken Holland, Randy MacGregor and Jim Matthews were the first inductees into the shrine.