Away Game: 24
AHL Game: 627
Who: Binghamton Senators
Where: Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night in Utica, the Pens won 3-2. Derrick Pouliot’s third period goal held up as the game winner for the Penguins. Casey DeSmith stopped 27 of 29 to pick up the win. For Binghamton, the Senators lost last night to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 2-1. Jason Akeson scored the lone goal for the B-Sens in the loss.
Last Meeting: January 7 in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins won 5-4. Danny Kristo had a pair of goals and Doug Carr picked up the win in net stopping 33 of 37 shots. Jake Guentzel had three assists.
Record: For WBS: 32-9-3-0 (67 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For BNG: 18-21-2-1 (39 pts., 6th place North Division)
Why you should care: Penguins are going to head into the All-Star break as the best team in the AHL. But, the Binghamton Senators are still going to try to take down the Penguins tonight at home in the two teams last ever meeting tonight on the Southern Tier. Ottawa is shipping its AHL operations to Belleville, Ontario next season.
Referee(s): Tom Chmielewski
Linesmen: Kory Nagy / Francois Dussureault
Twitter: @wbspenguins / @WBSGameDay / @BSens_Hockey
Facebook: /WilkesBarreScrantonPenguins // /binghamtonsenators
Instagram: wbspenguins / bsens_hockey
Beat Writers: @CVSethLakso / @TomVenesky
Broadcasters: For WBS: Mike O’Brien @MikeOBrienWBS and @_NickHart / 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: Lehigh Valley travels to Bridgeport to take on a Sound Tigers team that is hot and back in the playoff discussion in the Atlantic Division.
Next Five Games: STJ 2/3, LV 2/4, STJ 2/8, HER 2/10, BNG 2/11