It's the final 3 games of the regular season for the Binghamton Senators. All of the games are home and it begins tonight. The B-Sens trail Wilkes-Barre/Scranton by 1 point for 1st place in the East Division with 1 game in hand.

Tonight Toronto comes to town. Johnson City native Jerry D'Amigo brings the Marlies to town. He has 20 goals and 31 points for the team this year. Go here to find out how you can get tickets for only 10 bucks tonight. Face-off is at 7:05.

Friday night is Fan Appreciation Night and it's a biggie when WB/Scranton comes to the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena. If the Sens win tonight and defeat the Penguins, they would clinch the East Division title.

It all starts before the game with Corey Cowick giving the American Cancer Society a check from his "Cowick Fights For A Cure" campaign.  Then 4 year old McKenna Ruland will drop the ceremonial puck. She raised over $500 to donate to Cowick's Relay for Life Team. The Relay Team has raised almost 10,000 dollars since November for cancer research.

Saturday is the final regular season game and it's "Downtown Doubleheader" night. The Sens and the Binghamton Mets are offering a special ticket package that includes a ticket to the B-Mets and B-Sens game for only $18.

The Mets host New Hampshire at 1:05 at NYSEG Stadium. B-Met players will also be on hand for a autograph session before the game. Face-off is at 7:05 for all 3 nights. To get your tickets and to find out more of the B-Sens activities go here. LET'S GO SENS.