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GAMEDAY: vs. Hershey 3/14
March 14, 2015Posted by on
Home Game: 31
AHL Game: 913
Who: Hershey Bears
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Wednesday in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins scored three third period goals en route to a 5-3 win over Hershey. Several players had two point games. For Hershey, the Bears were in Binghamton Friday and won 2-1. Hershey scored two quick first period goals and held on from there.
Record: For WBS: 35-19-2-4 (76 pts., 2nd place East Division) — For HER: 37-17-5-2 (81 pts., 1st place East Division)
Why you should care: Penguins rematch against the Bears, who played last night in Binghamton and won. While Wilkes-Barre can’t overtake the Bears for first in the division this weekend, a regulation win tonight would keep the heat on the Bears and would be ideal for the Penguins if they are going to win the East Division.
Referee(s): Dave Lewis
Linesmen: Leo Boylan / Luke Murray
Television: AHL Live / WQMY-TV in Wilkes-Barre, simulcast in Pittsburgh.
Promotion(s): Player Bobblehead, courtesy of Dodge Ram
Other Game to Watch: Keep tabs on Hartford at Binghamton. B-Sens have been hot lately and you know they will be looking to rebound from last nights setback. Wolf Pack are in Wilkes-Barre Sunday afternoon.
Next Five Games: HFD 3/15, @ SYR 3/20, BNG 3/21, @ LV 3/22, @ BNG 3/27
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