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THE TEN YEAR CELEBRATION OF THE B-SENS CALDER CUP WIN
How will you be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Binghamton Senators winning the Calder Cup?

Binghamton Hockey.net will be celebrating the whole month of June with pictures, stories and a few interviews about the cities first ever championship.


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Corey Locke Raising the Calder Cup

BINGHAMTON BLACK BEARS COMING IN 2021

“We are incredibly excited to place an expansion team in a market with such tremendous hockey history as Binghamton. Our business model is based on affordable entertainment for the whole family, and our fans tend to love the community involvement of our players, as well as our “old school” style of hockey – fast, physical, and hard-hitting, but with plenty of skill as well. If you look at where the league is today, compared to just a few years ago, it is incredible to see how far we have come, and the tremendous success we have seen in all these new markets”, said Andreas Johansson.

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BINGHAMTON DEVILS ANNOUNCE NEW JERSEY EXIT

“I think the demands New Jersey was putting on us were impossible, not something that was even reasonable. They basically decided, since we didn’t meet those requirements that they would go elsewhere,” Tom Mitchell, Executive Vice President of Operations, told Press Connects.

“I’m really disappointed,” Mitchell said. “I’m disappointed for this great hockey community, for this wonderful building we have with all the bells and whistles. I’m disappointed for my partners who’ve stuck with me all these years. I’m disappointed for our local government, especially our county guys who have been very supportive and I’m sure will continue to be."

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