Stone recalled by Ottawa; B-Sens ready for important weekend

By wbng sports

March 5, 2013 Updated Mar 5, 2013 at 11:54 PM EST

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton)

The B-Sens offense got some help Monday with Derek Grant returning, but Binghamton lost some Tuesday as Mark Stone was recalled by Ottawa.

Stone returned from injury this past weekend for Binghamton, playing his first three games in more than a month. In those three road contests, Stone registered two assists and zero goals in his first action back on the ice. Overall Stone had eight goals and 13 assists with Binghamton in 38 games.

Meanwhile the rest of the B-Sens prepare for their first home game in four contests this weekend. That return home is certainly something the team is excited about.

"Every win is huge from here on out," said Dustin Gazley. "To get the crowd in it this weekend, you know, it's just a big weekend for us."

"Any time we can play here it's great," said Louie Caporusso. "I mean I love this rink, and I think our whole team does. When we can get the momentum going here it is pretty tough to stop us, so I'm looking forward to playing here this weekend."

The B-Sens hit the ice again Friday as they welcome in Connecticut to start another stretch of three games in three days.