Dustin Tokarski  allowed just 1 goal on 22 shots for the victory. Tokarski is 7-2-2 since the start of February.
NOR Angelidis, (17) (Vernace, Berry), 11:51
NOR Nelson, (7) (Angelidis, Roy), 19:59
NOR Harju, (20) (Szczechura, Mihalik), 15:39
NOR Barberio, (8) (Labrie), 17:59
BNG Wick, (14) (Hoffman, Lehner), 2:12
NOR Pouliot, (19) (Fornataro, Harju), 13:10 (PP)
Mike Angelidis , Johan Harju , and Levi Nelson  were the game's three stars. Harju became the second Admiral to hit the 20 goal mark this season. Blair Jones  was the first, and Marc-Antoine Pouliot  may be the next after scoring his 19th tonight.
It's hard to under-emphasize the importance of tonight's win for the Admirals. The club regained its 4 point gap on Binghamton for 4th place in the East Division and cashed in a game in hand to move within 3 points of Charlotte for 3rd with 2 games in hand still remaining. Just as well, Hershey lost 3-2 to Worcester tonight, so Norfolk moved within 6 points of 2nd place with 3 games in hand on the Bears and they maintained a 5 point gap on the Sharks and Connecticut Whale in the worst-case scenario where a crossover into the Atlantic Division bracket becomes necessary. A loss tonight would have been a disaster for the Admirals, but now Binghamton is the club sweating as they hold a playoff spot by a slim, single point.
There are 16 games remaining in the regular season. Norfolk faces these same Senators on Friday at Scope.
Box score  and extended statistics from TheAHL.com.