BINGHAMTON -- Let's take a look at the B-Sens' matchup with the Penguins by the numbers. The offensive numbers.
Shane Prince and Hugh Jessiman each have four goals against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton this season. Coincidence, or a favorable matchup?
Head Coach Luke Richardson says, "I'm sure everybody knows who they score quite a bit against or have more success against, so the more confidence to the more players that we have on our team, the better. Hugh and Shane ironically are starting on a line together so hopefully there's some chemistry there."
You can catch the entire interview with Richardson here: http://www.wicz.com/news2005/viewarticle.asp?a=27745
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