Away Game: 33
AHL Game: 978
Who: Binghamton Senators
Where: Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Sunday in Lehigh Valley, the Penguins won 3-0. It was Matt Murray’s records breaking tenth shutout with 32 saves. Tom Kostopoulos, Bobby Farnham and Scott Harrington also scored for the Penguins in the win. For Binghamton, the Senators were in Bridgeport Sunday and lost 7-1 to the Sound Tigers. Buddy Robinson scored the only goal in the blowout loss.
Last Meeting: Last Saturday in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins lost 4-3. Taylor Chorney assisted on all three Penguins goals.
Record: For WBS: 37-21-3-4 (81 pts., 2nd place East Division) — For BNG: 28-29-7-1 (64 pts., 4th place East Division)
Why you should care: Penguins take on the B-Sens for the final time in Binghamton tonight. The B-Sens have given the Penguins fits of recent with their play. Wilkes-Barre will need to contain the B-Sens tonight and make them play more their style if they want to come back home with two points.
Referee(s): Darcy Burchell / Jamie Koharski
Linesmen: Andy Petrus / Francis Trempe-
Twitter: @wbspenguins / @BSens_Hockey
Facebook: /WilkesBarreScrantonPenguins // /binghamtonsenators
Instagram: wbspenguins / bsens_hockey
Beat Writers: @CVBombulie / @TLTomVenesky // @PSBMatt
Broadcasters: For WBS: Mike O’Brien @MikeOBrienWBS / For BNG: Grady Whittenburg @BSensRadio
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Radio: For WBS: WILK NewsRadio / For Binghamton: Oldies 96.9
Television: AHL Live
Other Game to Watch: If the Penguins have any realistic hopes of winning the East Division, they need Manchester to beat Hershey in Hershey in both games this weekend, preferably in regulation. The Monarchs have been the best team in the AHL all season long while the Bears have been one of the best teams in the AHL in 2015.
Next Five Games: @ LV 3/28, HFD 4/1, WOR 4/3, LV 4/4, @ LV 4/8