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GAMEDAY: @ Binghamton 10/23
October 23, 2019Posted by on
Who: Binghamton Devils
Where: Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Saturday in Bridgeport, the Pens won in a shootout 3-2. After a scoreless second, third and overtime, all three Penguins scored in the shootout to win. Casey DeSmith stopped 23 shots….For Binghamton, the Devils lost last Saturday at home in overtime to the Hartford Wolf Pack. Ludvig Larson scored a goal and was named third star.
Last Meeting: Last Wednesday in Wilkes-Barre, Stefan Noesen scored twice late to lift the Penguins past the Devils and was named first star. Justin Almeida and Kasper Bjorkqvist scored their first AHL goals.
Record: For WBS: 3-2-1-0 (7 pts., 4th place Atlantic Division) // For BNG: 1-3-2-0 (4 pts., 7th place North Division)
Referees: Adam Bloski / Andrew Howard
Linesmen: Neil Frederickson / Jud Ritter
Why You Should Care: Rematch of the two teams in what was an exciting game last Wednesday. Penguions are looking to keep the momentum going and win their third straight as they try to climb up the Atlantic Division ladder here early on in the season.
Listen: Nick Hart on the call on WILK.
Other Game to Watch: One other game in the division and that is the Hershey Bears concluding their North Division road trip with a stop in Rochester.
Next Five Games: vs. SA 10/25, vs. SA 10/26, @ LV 11/1, @ SPR 11/2, @ LV 11/6
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