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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
GAMEDAY: vs. Binghamton 3/21
March 21, 2015Posted by on
Home Game: 33
AHL Game: 955
Who: Binghamton Senators
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night in Syracuse, the Pens lost 2-1 in overtime. Tom Kostopoulos had the only goal for the Penguins in the loss. For Binghamton, the B-Sens hosted Norfolk last night and won 4-3. Shane Prince scored two goals for the home team in the win.
Last Meeting: February 11 in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins won 4-1. Dominik Uher had a big night, with two goals, an assist and a +3 in the win.
Record: For WBS: 36-20-3-4 (79 pts., 2nd place East Division) — For BNG: 27-28-7-1 (62 pts., 5th place East Division)
Why you should care: Penguins seem like they have some kind of nasty funk around them, having lost two games now to teams in Hartford and Syracuse that they should have won if they put the same effort together against Hershey. Binghamton isn’t going to make playoffs this year and the Penguins are in the thick of it with Hershey for the divisional race, so the B-Sens could be the cure that ail Wilkes-Barre.
Referee(s): Jonathan Alarie / Nic Leduc
Linesmen: Bob Goodman / Jud Ritter
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live and MyNetork TV in Wilkes-Barre as well as Pittsburgh.
Promotion(s): Garden Flag
Other Game to Watch: Every team in the AHL hits the ice today. The game that piques my interest is Lehigh Valley in Worcester. Two teams battling for a playoff berth, currently outside looking in. The Penguins battle the Phantoms tomorrow in Allentown.
Next Five Games: @ LV 3/22, @ BNG 3/27, @ LV 3/28, HFD 4/1, WOR 4/3
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