Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) For the first time in several years, the Binghamton Senators are in the playoffs.
And they're getting help for their run toward a Culder Cup.
The Sens got 8 players from Ottawa to help.
But coaches aren't worried about them fitting in.
Coach Kurt Kleinendorst says all the guys have spent time in Binghamton, and know how the team plays and how he coaches.
Players aren't worried either.
You're not gonna have everything right away, but for the most part, we just try to play honest, we try to play hard, especially when we're just getting back together. Try to keep it simple, maybe wait to make the harder plays maybe later once you get the trust back with each other. But it doesn't take too long," says Jim O'Brien.
"Well, I was here for over 55 games, so you have that chemistry with guys. We built it throughout the year, and you know guys playing that long with them, so it's not hard to get back," says Erik Condra.
Series starts Thursday in Manchester, then Friday on the road before returning home for games Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
If necessary it goes back to Manchester the following weekend.
Tickets went on sale Monday afternoon at the Bsens offices.