The Binghamton Senators enter the final six games of the regular season in first place in the division, just mere percentage points ahead of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. The B-Sens have not yet clinched a playoff spot but the "magic number" is down to four. At this point, the team could finish anywhere from first in the division for the 3-seed in the playoffs to the 8-seed, or even miss the playoffs.
As if playing a regular season game wasn't hard enough, getting into the playoffs is even tougher. But, as Head Coach Luke Richardson says, it's these types of games that make you want to play hockey.
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