A six game losing streak bumped the Binghamton Senators down to third place in the division. But after winning five of their last six, that losing streak feels like ancient history. The B-Sens are back in first place, after sweeping Norfolk over the weekend, holding off the divisional foe Admirals and putting them in third place. With only 12 games remaining in the regular season, the B-Sens hold a one point lead over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, and look to keep the hot streak going.
Binghamton hosts St. John's on Friday. The Senators have yet to beat the Ice Caps, dropping all three of their previous meetings.
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