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.
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