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Dec 31, 2006, 9:47 PM EST

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (CP) - Jeff Heerema scored a pair of second-period goals and then added the winner in the shootout as the Binghamton Senators won 5-4 over the Toronto Marlies in American Hockey League play on Sunday afternoon.

Following a scoreless opening period in which the Senators outshot the Marlies 19-9, the teams combined for seven goals in the second.

Grant Potulny, Jean-Francois David and Heerema - with two - gave Binghamton (11-21-1-2) a 4-3 lead by the second intermission.

Brett Engelhardt scored twice for Toronto (14-17-2-3), with Erik Westrum adding the other Marlies goal.

Still trailing 4-3 with two minutes remaining in regulation, Toronto pulled goalie Jean-Francois Racine for an extra attacker and Colin Murphy tied the match with 35 seconds left on the clock as he chipped a shot over the left shoulder of Senators goalie Kelly Guard.

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