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Game Preview: Phantoms at Binghamton

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers
Adirondack Phantoms (6-6-0-0: NHL - Philadelphia Flyers)

vs.
  Binghamton Senators (5-4-1-1: NHL - Ottawa Senators)


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1. ON A ROLL
The Phantoms sit in third place in the Division and have won three of their last four games, outscoring their opponent by an 11-4 margin… Tonight's game will be the fourth in the club's current five-game road trip.

2. SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
The Phantoms continue their trend of special teams success (or failure)… The team is now 6-0 when scoring a goal on the power-play, but are winless (0-6) when failing to convert on the man-advantage… Adirondack went 2-for-4 in their 4-1 win at Manchester on Wednesday… The Phantoms are also ranked ninth in the AHL on the penalty kill at 87.3 percent.

3. PLAYING THE SENS… THE B-SENS
This is the first meeting of the season against the two clubs… Going back to last season, the Phantoms haven't had much luck against the B-Sens, going 2-6-0-0 in eight games, including dropping the last six meetings last year… The B-Sens won the AHL's Calder Cup two seasons ago (2011).

4. Player to watch PHANTOMS: Brayden Schenn
Schenn is coming off his three-goal performance to lead the Phantoms to a 4-1 win over Manchester on Wednesday… He leads the Phantoms and is currently tied for 6th in the AHL with seven goals, while leading Adirondack in scoring with 14 points through 12 games so far, including five multi-point games.

5. Player to watch SENATORS: Robin Lehner (G)
The 6-4, 215-pound goaltender owns all five of Binghamton's wins this season… He currently owns a 5-2-0-1 record with a 1.74 goals-against average (4th in AHL) and .942 save percentage (3rd in AHL) and is unbeaten in regulation in the month of November, going 2-0-0-1.
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