The entire season, all 74 previous games, and countless hours spent practicing and studying video all come down to one game. It's not the last game of the season, but it plays that way. The Binghamton Senators host the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night at 7:05 with the division on the line.
The B-Sens and Penguins each have 92 points, for a tie atop the division standings, however, Binghamton owns the tiebreaker to claim the top spot. Friday night's game will be a winner take all for the division title and the 3-seed in the playoffs. Luke Richardson's goal for his team all year has been to win the division, so it may be obvious that you don't need to tell him how important this game is.
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