One year ago, the Binghamton Senators saw their home ice advantage turned against them as the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins swept the B-Sens out of the Calder Cup playoffs in the very first round. This year, Binghamton is ready to turn the tables. In the I-81S rivalry, the B-Sens are 5-3 against the Penguins this year and 4-0 at home. While regular season records and stats do not really matter come playoff time, this year's squad is ready for a hard fought series.
The Penguins visit the Arena for Game One on Friday and Game Two on Saturday both at 7:05. Wilkes-Barre will host Game Three next Wednesday, and Game Four, in necessary. Game Five will be at the Arena the following Monday.
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