BINGHAMTON -- The Binghamton Senators know their first round opponent very well. Both the B-Sens and Penguins play in the East Division and faced each other ten times this season. Bingo owns a 6-2-0-2 record in the season series.
In an already intensified playoff atmosphere, does familiarity heighten emotion? Eva got Luke Richardson's answer.
"I think the intensity is already there against Wilkes-Barre. We don't like each other and probably because we play each other a lot through the year. It's just the personalities of the team. They're both competitive. They're both really talented. It's going to be an even, tough series," said the Head Coach.
Keep an eye on wicz.com for Eva's full interview with Coach Richardson, which will be posted on Thursday.
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