BINGHAMTON -- The B-Sens have struggled on the road of late, dropping four of their last five games away from the Arena.
This weekend the team travels to Norfolk to face an Admirals squad fighting for a playoff spot while Binghamton is fighting for a first place finish.
To get the upper hand on the road trip, the players know what they need to do.
Corey Cowick explains, "I think our start is the most important thing right now and just kind of building off that. We want to work hard and keep rolling and we want to make sure that we're playing our best hockey."
Darren Kramer adds, "We're a big team, we're a physical team, and we've got our skilled guys so I think if we just mix it all together we'll be okay."
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