Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The B-Senators return to Binghamton after winning the second Calder Cup Final game in Houston.
Fans greeted them as their bus pulled up alongside the Broome Veterans Memorial Arena.
They showed their dedication by waiting more than an 2 hours for the B-Sens to arrive.
"Very proud. They had a tough season, a lot of call-ups, a lot of injuries, and managed to piece it together and get in there, and after a really hard first round, they've done this city proud," said Rob Stewart from Johnson City.
"Twenty-nine years. I think that says it all. It's something that is awesome for the community. The team has been through a lot of adversity this year, and they deserve all of our support. Everybody should be down here supporting the team," said Frank Slack from Binghamton.
Meanwhile, two fans have been decorating Binghamton with Senators signs to show their support.
They placed signs along Riverside Drive and Reynolds Road in Johnson City to welcome the B-Sens home and drum up support for upcoming games in the series.