The Binghamton Devils will be helping a couple of local charities raise some money this weekend.

The Binghamton Devils inaugural season is quickly coming to an end. They only have six home games remaining this season and two of them are taking place this weekend. This Saturday the Devils will face off against the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins at 7:05. It's 'Faceoff Against Cancer night. If you mentioned the American Cancer Society while you are purchasing your ticket, they will get $2 from every ticket sold to help continue their fight against cancer. You must buy the tickets through the Senators and not Ticketmaster for the ACS to receive the donation.

Sunday afternoon at 5:05 the Devils will host the Utica Comets. That game will be a benefit night for the Broome County Dog Shelter. The dog shelter will have dogs that are available for adoption at the game, plus there will be information about volunteer opportunities at the shelter, the needs of the shelter, and they will be accepting donations as well. If you are going to that game, mention the Broome County Dog Shelter when you are purchasing your ticket, and the Broome County Dog Shelter they will get $2 per ticket sold to help take care of the dogs. Again, you must buy the tickets through the Senators and not Ticketmaster for the Shelter to receive the donation.

After this weekend the Devils will be home at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena next Friday and Saturday, and after that, there will be only two home games reaming. One of Friday, April 6th. and the final home game of the year is on Saturday, April 14th. against Hartford Wolf Pack, the New York Rangers affiliate. Everything you need to know about the Binghamton Devils available on their website.

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