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B-Sens faceoff against the Admirals

The Binghamton Senators will look to snap a three-game losing streak Friday night when they open a six-game road trip in
Norfolk against the Admirals.

The two games this weekend (tonight and Saturday) are the first games between the clubs at the Scope this season. 
Binghamton leads the season series, winning twice in three encounters at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

The only loss came via a shutout, 4-0, back on January 2nd.  That loss was sandwiched between two Senator wins, 5-3 on November 5th and 6-3 January 17th.

Binghamton is winless in its last six games (0-4-2) on the road and have been shut out in the three of those contests.

The Senators head into the teeth of this six-game road trip in fifth place in the East Division with 60 points.  Five of the six coming up on the road are against division foes and offers the struggling Senators a chance to make a move in the standings.

With injuries to defensemen Christoph Schubert last week and Peter Smrek Wednesday against
Wilkes-Barre, the club signed P.J. Martin to a 25-game PTO this morning before the game day skate.

Martin is in his rookie season after four years at
Dartmouth College in the ECAC.  Binghamton will be his third AHL club this year (Manchester and Springfield), but Martin has spent the bulk of the season with Trenton (ECHL) with six goals and 19 points in 49 games with the Titans.

The playing status of Schubert and Smrek will be determined after tonight’s pre-game skate in
Norfolk.  If either one cannot play, Martin will make his B-Sens debut.

Norfolk comes into tonight knowing they’ll play 12 of their next 13 contests at home where the club has posted a 14-9-1-2 record.

The Admirals have played three more games than
Binghamton enroute to 61 points and a fourth place standing in the East Division, three behind the third place Hershey Bears.

 

As cold as the Sens have been on the road, the Admirals have been just that hot overall, winning nine of their last 11 games despite averaging just over two goals per game offensively (2.15).


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