Binghamton hockey fans will get a chance to see a doubleheader this Saturday with the 28th annual Heart Cup game to benefit the American Heart Association followed by the B-Sens battle with Wilkes-Barre Scranton at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.

At 4:30 PM Binghamton police and firefighters faceoff against each other in their annual Heart Cup game which raises money and awareness about heart disease.  The Heart Cup game has raised tens of thousands of dollars to help in the fight against heart disease and stroke.  The American Heart Association will have numerous displays and information set up on the concourse to help educate fans on the prevention and treatment of heart disease.

Then at 7:05 PM the B-Sens host the Penguins from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.  The Sens crushed the Pens on the road 5-1 last night.  The two teams are rivals in the AHL's East Division.  Discount tickets are available for $15 and include admission to both the Heart Cup game and the Sens vs Pens contest that follows.  For more on the Heart Cup game be sure and tune- in to WNBF First News Friday morning at 8:20 AM with Roger Neel and members of both police and fire teams.

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