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GAMEDAY: @ Binghamton 1/26
January 26, 2019Posted by on
Who: Binghamton Devils
Where: Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Wednesday morning in Bridgeport, the Penguins won 5-2. Teddy Blueger and Ryan Haggerty both scored goals and Joseph Blandisi also scored in his Pens debut. For Binghamton, the Devils hosted the Hartford Wolf Pack last night and won 3-2 in overtime. John Quenneville scored the OT game winner, Blake Pietila had two goals and an assist.
Last Meeting: December 31 in Binghamton, the Penguins won 5-2. Teddy Blueger had a pair of goals and Tristan Jarry stopped 23 of 25 shots.
Record: For WBS: 21-18-4-1 (47 pts., 6th place Atlantic Division) // For BNG: 20-23-4-0 (44 pts., 6th place North Division)
Referees: Furman South / Corey Syvret
Linesmen: Rob Sauda / Jud Ritter
Why You Should Care: Binghamton would appear to be a team that the Penguins should beat easily, but with how inconsistent Wilkes-Barre has been here in a couple of weeks, it’s anyone’s guess. Pens will be the more rested team having not played Friday, but how much are the Penguins looking forward to the All-Star break and the time off vs. picking up a crucial two points tonight in Binghamton?
Listen: Nick Hart on the call on WILK.
Watch: AHLTV is new and improved and a lot cheaper.
Other Game to Watch: Springfield pays a visit to Providence tonight in a game that Penguins fans should pay attention to.
Next Five Games: vs. CLE 2/1, vs. BRI 2/2, @ RFD 2/6, @ MIL 2/8, @ GR 2/9
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