B-Sens and Penguins ready to add chapter to rivalry
4/22/2014 (Updated 11:06:27 PM)
Many of the Binghamton Senators still remember getting bounced from the playoffs in a first round sweep at the hand of rival Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. This time around, as the B-Sens prepare to host the Penguins in Games 1 and 2, the B-Sens are ready and confident.
In eight meetings this season, Binghamton has gone 5-3, with four of those wins coming at home. While they aren't taking anything for granted, they are excited for the energy at the Arena come time for Friday's 7:05 start.
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