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That really is the only word that comes to mind when I think about the last day and a bit.
Absolutely awesome time down in Binghamton this weekend and despite some last minute and perhaps ill-advised change to the plan, I think the trip was a resounding success.
I called it a must win going in and the Binghamton Senators certainly played like it was. In what was certainly their best game of the Calder Cup Finals, the BSens scored a 3-0 win over the Houston Aeros and pulled even in the best of seven series.
The pivotal game five is tomorrow night in Binghamton and SensChirp and the RSU will be there to cheer them on!
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It may seem a little early in the series to be calling it a must win but it certainly has that feel to it for the Binghamton Senators. Trailing the best of seven, 2-1, the BSens need to find a way to break through offensively tonight against a stingy Houston Aeros team.
Puck drops at 7:05 PM.
Despite a furious rally late in the third, the Binghamton Senators were unable to find a way to tie the game and as a result trail the Calder Cup Final two games to one. Game 4 of that series goes in Binghamton tomorrow night.
After a lengthy break, the Houston Aeros and the Binghamton Senators are finally back on the ice tonight in Game 3 of the Calder Cup Finals. The scene shifts to Binghamton tonight in front of what should be a raucous crowd at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
Puck drops at 7:05PM and all the action can be seen live on SportsnetSENS.
Tim Murray was on the Team 1200 yesterday afternoon and confirmed what we already know; the Sens search for a new head coach is well underway. They have already spoken to a number of candidates and from what I have been told, are actually fairly close to wrapping up the interview process.
Soon the decision will rest in the hands of Sens GM Bryan Murray.