WILKES-BARRE -- Down two games to one and facing elimination in Game Four, the Binghamton Senators need a win Friday night to force Monday's Game Five. But, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins are a tough team to beat in their home rink. The crowd and the arena are both big, and loud, and the Penguins led the league in goals against with just 185 all season.
So, if the B-Sens want to return home for a decisive game five, it's going to be all hands on deck.
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