Adirondack Phantoms (9-9-0-0: NHL - Philadelphia Flyers)
Binghamton Senators (10-4-1-1: NHL - Ottawa Senators)
1. BOUNCE BACK MATERIAL
The Phantoms winning streak was snapped at three games, however the Phantoms have bounced back nicely after taking a loss, owning a 5-3-0-0 record… The Phantoms have also not lost back-to-back games on home ice this season… The last time the Phantoms lost two in-a-row at home was Mar. 4 & Mar. 9 of last season.2. HOT BINGO
The B-Sens come into tonight's game the hottest team in the AHL, riding a six-game winning streak in which they have outscored their opponent 23 to 10… However, most of the win streak has been on home-ice… The B-Sens have actually dropped four of their last six games on the road.3. SEASON SERIES
This is the second of eight games in the regular season between the B-Sens and the Phantoms, and is Binghamton's first appearance in Glens Falls this year… Adirondack lost the first meeting, 5-2, on Nov. 16… That loss combined with the last five seasons, the B-Sens own a 7-1-0-1 record against the Phantoms.4. Player to watch PHANTOMS: Sean Couturier
Couturier will wrap up a successful November tonight… During the month he has not gone two straight games without recording at least a point and has scored three goals in his last four games… Overall in November, Couturier has averaged a point-per game with five goals and four assists for nine points.5. Player to watch SENATORS: Derek Grant
Grant comes into tonight's game with points in two straight games and five of his last six games where he has recorded five goals and six points… Ottawa's fourth round pick (119th overall) in 2008 is in his third season with Binghamton and leads the squad with six goals and is tied for third with eight points so far.