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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
GAMEDAY: @ Binghamton 1/4
January 4, 2013Posted by on
Away Game: 15
AHL Game: 479
Who: Binghamton Senators
Where: Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 7:05 p.m. EST
Last Game: Monday in Wilkes-Barre, the Pens lost to the Syracuse Crunch 2-1. Trevor Smith had a goal at 59:59, or :01 left in regulation. For the B-Sens, they hosted the St. John’s IceCaps on New Years Eve and won 4-2. Shane Prince scored a goal and was named first star of the game.
Last Meeting: December 19 in Binghamton, the Penguins coughed up a 3-0 third period lead and lost 4-3. Bobby Farnham scored his first AHL goal in the loss.
Record: For WBS: 14-14-2-1 (31 pts., 4th place East Division) For BNG: 19-7-1-2 (41 pts., 2nd place East Division)
Why you should care: Looking to erase the nightmare that was December, the Penguins start 2013 where they began the season, on the Southern Tier of New York. The B-Sens are one of the hottest teams in the AHL.
Referee(s): David Banfield / Darcy Burchell
Linesmen: Ryan Daisy / Brian Oliver
Television: AHL Live
Other Game to Watch: The core group that won the Norfolk Admirals a Calder Cup in June, return to Scope as the Syracuse Crunch tonight. This will be a great test for the Admirals, who are trending upwards, testing themselves against the AHL’s elite.
Next Five Games: WOR 1/5, @ CT 1/6, BNG 1/9, HER 1/11, ADK 1/12
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