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Canadian Press
Dec 10, 2006, 7:07 PM EST

TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto Marlies couldn't protect a two-goal lead and fell 4-2 to the Binghamton Senators in American Hockey League action at Ricoh Coliseum Sunday.

Chris Harrington and Kris Newbury scored for the Marlies (10-14-2-2), who have dropped two straight games and five of their last six.

Andrew Ebbett, with two, Danny Bois and Arttu Luttinen had the goals for Binghamton (9-15-1-2), which won its second straight.

Playing in front of an announced crowd of 3,479, the Marlies were first on the scoreboard when Harrington took a nice feed from Colin Murphy and beat Senators goalie Jeff Glass for a power play goal at 11:04 of the opening period.

Binghamton took a penalty with less than 28 seconds left in the first, and the Marlies made them pay for it on Newbury's power play marker at 1:32 of the second.

Ebbett cut Toronto's lead in half with his eighth of the year at 12:39 of the second.

Although the Marlies outshot Binghamton 16-7 in the second, they were unable to add to their lead. Bois tied the score with a power play goal at 6:40 of the third period, and Luttinen put Binghamton in front at 11:28 with a soft goal on Marlies netminder Justin Pogge.

Ebbett added an empty net goal with 46 seconds left in regulation.

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