Chirps from Center Ice

A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins

GAMEDAY: vs. Binghamton 2/12

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Home Game: 24

AHL Game: 713

Who: Binghamton Senators

Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza

When: 7:05 p.m.

Media Kit

Last Game: Saturday in Norfolk, the Pens won 4-1. Chad Kolarik had two assists and was named first start of the game. For Binghamton, Sunday they hosted Albany and lost in a shootout 3-2. Robin Lehner stopped 44 of 46 shots and was named third star of the game.

Last Meeting: January 9 in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins lost 3-1. Paul Thompson had the lone goal for the Penguins in the loss.

Record: For WBS: 25-19-2-1 (53 pts., 3rd place East Division) For BNG: 28-13-1-4 (61 pts., 1st place East Division)

Why you should care: B-Sens seem to be floundering, Penguins seem to be gaining momentum. This should be a big early litmus test to see where the Penguins stack up amongst the AHL’s elite.

Referee(s): David Banfield / Trent Knorr

Linesmen: Matt McNulty / Luke Murray

Twitter: @wbspenguins / @BSens_Hockey

Facebook: /WilkesBarreScrantonPenguins // /binghamtonsenators

Beat Writers: @CVBombulie / @PSBSens

Broadcasters: For WBS: Tom Grace @TGracePens and Mike O’Brien @MikeOBrienWBS / For BNG: Grady Whittenburg @BSensRadio

Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep / @BSensExaminer

Radio: For WBS: 102.3 The Mountain / For  Binghamton: Big 107.5 / Also Nationally on NHL Network Radio (Sirius 207 / XM 92)

Television: AHL Live

Promotion(s): None

Other Game to Watch: The Providence Bruins sit right ahead of the Penguins in the Conference standings. They play the Manchester Monarchs up in New Hampshire tonight.

Next Five Games:

NOR 2/15, @ BNG 2/16, SYR 2/17, @ ADK 2/22*, CT 2/23

* – game played at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA

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