BINGHAMTON -- The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena has a new look after a summer full of renovations, but the same cannot be said for the team that will be playing there. That's a very good thing
Of the 29 players currently on the B-Sens roster, all but five spent time in Binghamton last year.
The familiarity with each other creates great team chemistry for a group looking to erase the memory of a disappointing playoff exit last year. With this year's B-Sens, it's not just that they have been through battles together on the ice. They all get along when the skates are off too.
At the team's Media Day on Wednesday, players and coaches discussed their chemistry and excitement to be back playing together.
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