WILKES-BARRE, PA -- After dropping Game Three in Overtime Wednesday, after splitting the first two games of the series both in OT, the Binghamton Senators are now one game away from elimination in the opening round for the second straight year. Despite tying the game in the third period on a Jim O'Brien goal in his first game back since March 16th, the B-Sens could not get the edge up in regulation. In the extra session, it was Chuck Kobasew sending the fans home happy, but the B-Sens back to their locker room in silence.
Now, with Game Four scheduled for Friday, the B-Sens know that it's going to take a full 60 minutes, or more - if we've learned anything, of effort from the entire roster. Head Coach Luke Richardson says playing on the road, in Wilkes-Barre especially, his boys need to bring their all if they hope to return home for Game Five on Monday.
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