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BSENS and PENS on ice tonight...

HEAD-TO-HEAD: Tonight’s contest is the fifth of eight regular season meetings, and the final of four in Binghamton, between the Senators and the Penguins.  The series shifts to Wilkes-Barre for the final three match-ups on March 3rd and 13th and April 7th.  The Sens are 6-4-2 all-time against the Penguins, including a 4-2-1 mark at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

SEASON SERIES: Tied 1-1-2
All but one game in the first four in the season series have been in Binghamton with the clubs going 1-1-1 at the Arena.  The most recent meeting was on President’s Day, February 16th, as the clubs skated to a 2-2 overtime draw.  Binghamton came back from two separate one goal deficits to gain a point on the road with two special teams goals.  Trialing 1-0 just ninety seconds into the game, ALEXANDRE GIROUX netted the club’s tenth shorthanded goal of the year to tie the contest at the 2:31 mark of the first period.  The Penguins regained the lead with 52 seconds left in the opening period, but STEVE BANCROFT knotted the score 4:15 into the middle period with a power play marker for the game’s final goal.  Star of the Game RAY EMERY stopped 32 shots, including 13 in the final period, to preserve the tie.  Wilkes-Barre outshot the Sens 34-24.  Binghamton was 1x7 on the power play while the penalty kill was 5x6.

BINGHAMTON SENATORS: The fifth place Senators dropped their second straight contest on the road Monday as they were shut out 2-0 in Manchester.  It was the seventh time this season that the Sens have been blanked and the third time in the last five road contests they’ve been held scoreless.  The Sens are in the midst of their busiest month of the season (15 games) with tonight being the fourth contest in a seven game in nine night stretch.  Binghamton enters play tonight one point behind Norfolk trails third place Hershey by four points and holding three games in hand on each club.  After tonight, the Sens depart immediately for Norfolk, VA, for a pair of games Friday and Saturday versus the Admirals and a Sunday visit to Hershey.

BINGHAMTON STREAKS: The Senators have no individual streaks in progress.  The team has been outshot in two consecutive games and in 11 of the last 12 games overall.

BINGHAMTON TRANSACTIONS: C BRYSON BUSNIUK was signed to a 25-game PTO Sunday.  G RAY EMERY was recalled by Ottawa (NHL) Tuesday.

WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS: The Penguins come to town four points behind Binghamton with three games in hand on the Senators.  Sixth place Wilkes-Barre is nine points up on last place Albany in the East Division.

WILKES-BARRE STREAKS: The Penguins are unbeaten in their last four outings (2-0-2) and are playing their fourth consecutive road contest.  Individually, ERIC MELOCHE is on a five-game point streak (4+4).  Captain PARTICK BOILEAU has points in three straight contests (1+4) and KRIS BEECH is on a two-game point streak (1+1).

WILKES-BARRE TRANSACTIONS: RW ERIC MELOCHE was returned from Pittsburgh (NHL) and LW MATT MURLEY was recalled by Pittsburgh (NHL) Sunday.  D SCOTT SWANSON was returned to Colorado (CHL).


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