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WBS Penguins beat Sens, move on to Round two
By Butch Pettit
HometownHockey.ca

WBS Penguins beat Sens, move on to Round two
The WBS Penguins took to the ice tonight looking to put this series to bed, if they took tonight’s game it would be on to round two if they didn’t it would be off to Binghamton for one more game winner takes all. As the boys took the ice for the first period you knew it was going to be a good game, and as a Penguin Fan you were ecstatic over the outcome.
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Wilkes-Barre Scranton - May 4, 2014 - The WBS Penguins took to the ice tonight looking to put this series to bed, if they took tonight’s game it would be on to round two if they didn’t it would be off to Binghamton for one more game winner takes all. As the boys took the ice for the first period you knew it was going to be a good game, and as a Penguin Fan you were ecstatic over the outcome.

Both sides came out hard for the first period Binghamton seemed to be the more physical but WBS came away with the only goal. Chuck Kobasew scored on the power play but the goal was immediately waived off by the official.

On further review when play subsided the referee awarded what all WBS fans already knew was a goal to the Penguins. After one solid period of good hits and nice chances the WBS Penguins left the ice leading the Senators 1-0.

WBS comes out to start the second with carryover power play time left from the end of the first then, Binghamton takes a high sticking penalty giving WBS a 5 on 3. Brian Dumolin blasts one from the point making it two zip Penguins.

WBS would score two more times during the second Dominick Uher would make it three nothing giving his team some breathing room then later Andrew Ebbett gets a nice feed from Chuck Kobasew, Ebbett comes in all alone on Hammond and makes it 4-0 WBS.

Third period the Senators came out hard looking to mount a comeback and force a game five back home but the Penguins had other thoughts. Binghamton did manage to score on an early power play but that’s all WBS would give them. Peter mannino had a great game tonight stopping 26 out of 27 shots he faced

Harry Zolnierczyk would get the empty netter late in the third to seal the deal for WBS making if 5-1 with just 2:02 left to go in regulation. With this win WBS moves on to round two of the Calder Cup Race.

Follow Me on TwitterButch Pettit has always been a Pittsburgh Fan bleeding black and gold, blogging about the Penguins and their Affiliates If you have questions or wish to contact Butch, you can email him at bpettit@ourhometown.ca







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