Binghamton Senators Battle Norfolk Admirals One Final Time


With the Anaheim Ducks relocating their operations out West next season, the Norfolk Admirals and Binghamton Senators will play one more game for the final time as it’s a rare Tuesday night set up for the two division foes tonight in downtown Binghamton.

(30-32-7-1, 68 Pts) 4th in East Division


(24-38-6-3, 57 Pts) 5th in East Division

7:05 PM

Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena

RADIO: 96.9 FM, 680 AM. AHL Live.


Senators have come out on top winning four of seven as this will be the final contest between the two clubs ever.


Max Friberg, NOR – Leads the club with 14 goals and 20 assists in 53 games and is second with 175 shots as the 22-year-old Swede is in his third season playing for the Admirals while having a cup of coffee for the parent club Anaheim Ducks making his NHL debut on Dec. 28 vs. the Vancouver Canucks.

Cole Schneider, BNG – Schneider might be one of those players looming in the shadows, but has been producing points on a consecutive basis all season long. He has a career high 23 goals followed by 25 assists in 63 games and is rarely sitting in the sin bin with just 14 minutes to his credit, which is quite remarkable.


1. Tuesday Night Madness – With tickets only $10, who can miss out on a professional hockey game? I expect a sellout, despite it being a school night, and a really odd Tuesday night affair, and a team that is in fourth place in the division while missing the playoffs, and against a dormant club as the Admirals. So perhaps not.

2. How Well Will the 1st Line Produce? With Carter Camper centering Shane Prince and Schneider, that line has become the gem of the season with the trio playing in tune with one another that has benefited in putting up the numbers on the offense side.

3. Alex Wideman’s Time? – His arrival has only seen the red seats of the Arena in missing the past two games and now might be the opportunity for him to make his pro debut beginning tonight against Norfolk. Excited to see what he can bring on the offense as his college days are now behind him.


*Cover Pic Courtesy of SenShot’s Photographer Alicia Strauch

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