Wednesday night marks only the second time the Binghamton Senators will play the Toronto Marlies this year, and it's the final time. Back in February the B-Sens lost to the Marlies in Toronto 4-2 and hope to turn the tables now that they have home ice advantage.
More importantly, a win on Wednesday would help set the tone for the weekend as Binghamton hosts Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Friday and Norfolk on Saturday to end the regular season with the division on the line. The B-Sens expect to finish with another division title, but they know that they can't overlook Toronto.
Update from Jets Camp on Sunday VIEW VIDEO
Sunday at Jets camp, gang green continued to show their hard work in preparation for the first preseason game on August 7th against the Colts.
Running back Chris Johnson did participate in... more