AMAZING! This Is Why We Love The Binghamton Black Bears
There is so much to cheer about if you are a Binghamton Black Bears fan. On Saturday, March 5th, they skated by the Watertown Wolves in overtime by a 4-3 score. It was their 5th straight win at the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena but that's not all.
With the victory, Binghamton is playoff-bound for the first time in six years and now they are looking to take the cup. They look to make it six wins in a row at home on Girl Scout night when the Danbury HatTricks come to town.
Recently, we were telling you that there may be a Girl Scout cookie shortage but that won't stop them from celebrating 110 years of existence on Saturday. The Black Bears will be celebrating their anniversary with them by offering all Girl Scouts tickets for only $8.
Don't be late to the game because the first 500 fans through the door on Saturday will get a Playoff Poster as seen below.
There is no doubt that the Binghamton Black Bears have passed our expectations on the ice but there is no surprise with what they are doing in the community. When the team came to town, they told us that this is "Your City, Your Team."
They've backed that up by doing so much throughout our community. Earlier this week, several Black Bears players paid a visit to a few schools in our area.
Binghamton Black Bears at Oxford Academy
Binghamton Black Bears at Johnson City Middle School
There are only 8 home games left in the regular season so don't miss all the excitement of Binghamton Black Bears hockey, after all, you never know when a goalie fight might break out
Face-off is at 7 p.m. and I'll be doing Chuck-a-Puck between the 2nd and 3rd periods. LET'S GO BLACK BEARS!!!