The Binghamton Black Bears haven't played a home game since Friday, January 28th against Delaware. If you missed it then you missed a lot including an electric game-winning come-from-behind goal with 1.3 seconds left.

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It's been that kind of season and the Black Bears will return to the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday, February 19th. After three weeks on the road, they would love to see you in the stands.

Binghamton Black Bears Military Appreciation Night

We are always looking to honor our military and all the work that they do and the Binghamton Black Bears are no different. So when they return home on Saturday, February 19th, they will honor them with Military Appreciation Night.

They want to honor all active-duty military and veterans by offering special $5 tickets. The Black Bears will be wearing special military-themed jerseys and they'll auction them for charity to be chosen by Lockheed Martin.

If you are wondering, Jason Garnar has lifted the mask requirement at all Broome County Office Buildings and I would think that would include the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena.

So no more walking back to your vehicle to grab your mask...I can't be the only one that's done that.

Free Binghamton Black Bears Tickets

Here is some more good news. We are welcoming the Black Bears back home by giving away two-pack tickets through Wednesday, February 16th. Just listen to the morning show for your chance to win.

I'll be hosting Chuck-a-Puck between the 2nd and 3rd periods. Their last regular-season home game is Saturday, April 16th against the Carolina Thunderbirds, and that night all the Chuck-a-Puck qualifiers will have a chance to win a 2022 CFMOTO ATV.

LET'S GO BLACK BEARS

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