BINGHAMTON -- Despite holding home ice advantage last year, the Binghamton Senators quickly found themselves swept out of the first round of the playoffs by the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. This year, in the exact same scenario, as the B-Sens prepare for a 7:05 Friday night puck drop, they know how crucial it is to take an early lead in the series.
Game Two will be held at the Arena on Saturday at 7:05.
Wideman launches game winner in OT
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B-Sens comeback bid falls one goal short
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. Ė The Binghamton Senators came up short 6-5 in search of its first victory over the St. Johnís IceCaps at the Mile One Centre in Newfoundland . Despite a late rally from the B-Sens,... more
Madray feeling better than ever VIEW VIDEO
In 2013-14, the Bearcats relied on the talents of Jordan Reed to lead a freshmen class that quickly went from untested to well seasoned as players. Marlon Beck, Yosef Yacob, Magnus Richards, and... more