B-Sens Serving Up Wins and Turkey

By Jillian Marshall

November 20, 2012 Updated Nov 21, 2012 at 12:59 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Binghamton Senators are used to dishing out shots, but on Tuesday they were dishing out stuffing and mashed potatoes.

Head Coach Luke Richardson, Forward Pat Cannone and Defense man Chris Wideman served up a thanksgiving feast to kids at the Boys and Girls Club in Binghamton.

While it was a nice break to give back and hang out with some younger fans, the B-Sens are looking to hang on to their number 2 spot in the AHL East division and adding another win to their three game winning streak in their traditional Thanksgiving Day game against the Toronto Marlies.

When asked about the traditional game Richardson said, ""it's an hour earlier, other than that it's the same thing. It's another game that we try and want to win, especially at home and we've been doing a pretty good job of that as of late. It's a tradition in Binghamton to have this game on Thanksgiving and I think the city and especially families with everyone being off from work and school, can get to some games and spend some time together and really let loose and have fun."

The Senators face the Marlies Thursday night at 6:05.

The B-Sens will be back at home on Saturday against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at 7:05.

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