Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) They're the one team the B-Sens can't seem to solve, but Binghamton gets another crack at Adirondack on Friday night.
Two of the B-Sens four losses have come at the hands of the Phantoms this season, as Binghamton is 0-2. They've also been outscored in those two games 6-2.
Their past record against Adirondack, combined with the B-Sens current winning streak has the team especially motivated to suit up on Friday night.
"Well, it's self motivation. We haven't gotten a win against them yet this year and we've played them once in our own building," said Darren Kramer. "Now it's going to be a good test for us once again to see how we respond. I think we're ready for it, especially after this past week that we've had."
"For a coach, you really don't have to say too much," said coach Luke Richardson. "I think this team is excited about taking steps and moving up the chart in the league. Adirondack is on fire lately and they've been giving us trouble. We know that we owe them our best 60 minutes."
The B-Sens will be without Chris Wideman Friday. He's been suspended one game by the AHL for a slashing penalty in Hershey.
On Thursday he said he expected the suspension and is happy it's only just one game.