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AHL standings 2012: Adirondack Phantoms third in Northeast Division

The Adirondack Phantoms sit at 2-2-0 and are in third place in the Northeast Division.

Bruce Bennett

The Adirondack Phantoms, affiliate to the Philadelphia Flyers, are 2-2-0 through four games and in third place in the Northeast Division.

The Phantoms came from behind Sunday to defeat the St. John's IceCaps, 4-3, and move to four points in the standings. Brayden Schenn's game-tying goal in the third period was his team-leading third goal of the season.

Adirondack sits behind the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the Springfield Falcons in the division. They are in ninth place in the Eastern Conference.

The Syracuse Crunch currently hold the most points in the AHL with nine. Their record stands at 4-0-1. The Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the Norfolk Admirals have yet to lose a game, as they sit at 3-0-0 and 4-0-0, respectively.

In the Western Conference, the Lake Erie Monsters and Chicago Wolves share the top spot with eight points apiece. Both teams are 4-1-0. The Abbotsford Heat have yet to lose a game in regulation this season, as they sit at 3-0-1, one point behind the conference leaders.

Visit the AHL's official site for complete standings.