BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Jarred Tinordi scored with 30 seconds left in overtime, and added an assist in regulation, as the visiting Hamilton Bulldogs came from behind to defeat the Binghamton Senators 5-4 in American Hockey League action on Saturday.
Gabriel Dumont also had a goal and an assist for Hamilton (21-22-4), while Maxime Macenauer, Mike Blunden and Christian Thomas also scored. Sven Andrighetto chipped in with two assists.
Mike Hoffman scored twice for the East division-leading Senators (29-15-4), Andre Petersson had a goal and an assist, and Shane Prince added the other.
Bulldogs goaltender Robert Mayer made 36 saves for the win.
Nathan Lawson started in net for the Senators, but lasted only 20 minutes before giving way to Andrew Hammond. Lawson stopped 6 of 7 shots he faced, while Hammond gave up four goals on 33 shots for the loss.
Binghamton opened the scoring with three straight goals in the first period before Blunden connected with a power-play goal at 18:48 of the first.
Hamilton responded with two more goals to tie the game by the midway point of the second period.
Petersson's power-play goal at 19:02 of the second gave the Senators the 4-3 edge, but Thomas replied with his seventh of the season at 15:16 of the third to force the extra frame.