The Binghamton Senators  defeated the Adirondack Phantoms 5-2 last night at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.  They look to keep their home winning streak alive tonight when they face off against the dreaded Penguins from Wilkes/Barre Scranton.

Tonight is also Face Off Against Cancer and the annual post-game skate with the players. You are encouraged to visit the various cancer awareness displays and meet the American Cancer Society Relay for Life teams that will be present throughout the concourse.  Many teams will features raffles and prizes to encourage donations. 

The game also features a ceremonial first puck drop by Cindi Lee, a longtime Relay for Life participant, and a “Survivors Lap” will take place during the first intermission.  Fans who wish to participate in the Survivors Lap will enter the ice from the Sect. 26 corner. In the past seven years that the B-Sens and Lourdes have teamed for the Face Off Against Cancer they have successfully raised over $70,000 for cancer research.

Also Saturday there will be a post-game skate with the B-Sens players. You must bring your own skates if you want to skate on ice.  If you do not wish to skate, yu'll be able to access a carpeted area on-ice to obtain player autographs and photos.  All fans participating, both skating and non-skating, must enter the ice from the Sect. 26 corner.  Face-off is at 7:05 tonight.  LET'S GO SENS.