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.
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