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Wave your Magic Swords: Binghamton postgame

The postgame music mix in the dressing room went “Never Gonna Give You Up” to “All Night Long” to “9 to 5” to “Take Me Home Tonight” to “Take My Breath Away.” Star Wars Night turned into ’80s Night

Line change: Binghamton pregame

With Josh Winquist and Steve Bernier out — Bernier day-to-day though doubtful tomorrow, and Winquist perhaps a little longer — and Connor Jones suspended, Bridgeport puts an assortment of new guys

Three in three in three: Binghamton postgame

This was one of those weird games that could’ve been both better and worse for both teams. Bridgeport wins it in overtime, Josh Ho-Sang carrying the mail up the left side and finding Kane Lafranchise

Hey, Senators: Binghamton pregame

Always good to see the B-Sens back in here, even if this is the second-to-last time the B-Sens will come in, one way or the other (regular season, at least). Good to see Steve Stirling, Grady

Sadly rare Binghamton liveblog

Bridgeport pays its lone visit to Binghamton tonight. After they were division rivals and, for one brief, shining moment, playoff rivals, they have met just once in each city for six years in a row

Forgetting the past: Binghamton postgame

For the sake of all that’s holy: Forgot to ask Mouillierat why he left warmup early. Other things had happened in between, like this (in the Idaho version, I think that’s Chris Bruton who follows him

College brackets, pro questions: Binghamton pregame

Only one little swap had been scheduled for Bridgeport: This is how they were originally supposed to go, but Kael Mouillierat went to the room early. Didn’t catch what was up there. Possible Chris

Missing Binghamton: Friday liveblog

Missed the news earlier? Kirill Kabanov plays for MoDo now. Now back to tonight’s regularly scheduled liveblog. Five years ago tonight, I missed a Bridgeport game in Binghamton for the first time.

Nothing special

At five-on-five: Bridgeport 4, Binghamton 1. Everywhere else? Binghamton 5, Bridgeport 1. Far from Anders Nilsson’s best day (he was pretty clearly screened on the first one; he said he didn’t get a

Even newer lines/Marty Biron

Brock Nelson’s arrival produces some interesting units, breaking up Anders Lee and Ryan Strome for the first time in a long time, putting Nelson on the wing with Strome and some other rearrangements