BINGHAMTON -- Owning home ice advantage is supposed to be just that, an advantage. One year ago, the B-Sens had that edge against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in the first round of the playoffs, but were swept out of the postseason in the first round.
Now, as the B-Sens prepare for another home ice advantage playoff series against the Penguins, they're expecting to not repeat last year's misfortune. Luke Richardson says both teams are much different than last year, but those that were around last year, have not yet forgotten.
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