The Binghamton Senators have beaten every team that they have played multiple times this season... except for one. The B-Sens host the St. John's Ice Caps Friday night at 7:05 and are 0-3 against their Canadian opponents this season. The first matchup in Binghamton was a shootout loss, followed by back-to-back games in Newfoundland earlier this year.
Friday's game is the final of four meetings between the two this season, and the B-Sens know exactly what to expect out of the Ice Caps. They will also have more options in net, as Nathan Lawson was reassigned to Binghamton earlier Friday morning. Andrew Hammond was reassigned to the B-Sens earlier in the week.
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