The B-Sens may have won Wednesday's game in overtime against Utica, but the fireworks came much earlier. In the second period, Darren Kramer almost sparked a line brawl that resulted in a game misconduct, and 27 minutes worth of penalties against the B-Sens enforcer. Goaltenders Peter Manino and Jacob Markstrom also rumbled a bit resulting in their ejections.
That fight was Kramer's fourth game misconduct of the season and as a result the AHL has suspended him for the team's final two games.
Binghamton travels to Hershey on Friday before finishing the season at home against Rochester on Saturday.