There was only one team of players that made the 440 mile drive from Binghamton to Norfolk last weekend.
But they certainly played like two different teams.
After getting skunked 7-0 on Friday night, the B-Sens rallied for a shootout win on Saturday.
It continued a season long trend for Binghamton of inconsistent play. Coach Kleinendorst is still looking to get a 60 minute effort in one game, let alone back to back nights.
But still, responding with a win on Saturday shows a little of what this team is made of.
Captain Mark Parrish says, "A lot of hard work was the big difference. We came out flat Friday night. That was one of the worst hockey games I've ever been involved in 14 years. We were able to luckily enough turn it around Saturday night, work hard and fight our way back to a shootout win and it doesn't get much more exciting than that."
Corey Locke adds, "Pretty much everything was the difference. We didn't play very well on Friday night, and we weren't happy with ourselves. It showed a lot of character and our team to come back and play the same team. It shows a lot of character in the way they handled themselves and in the performance we put on Saturday night."
The team is still without Kaspars Daugavins, who played for Ottawa last night but did not score.
They host Albany on Friday night.