Despite the American Hockey League season ending earlier than Binghamton Senators fans would have liked there is still plenty to cheer for as the Ottawa Senators continue play in pursuit of the Stanley Cup. Game four of the Ottawa-Pittsburgh series will be played at 7:30 PM tonight in Scotiabank Place in Ottawa.  Pittsburgh leads the best-of-seven series two games to one.

18 players on Ottawa's roster have spent time playing in Binghamton.  Notable among them are Jason Spezza, just back from the injured list ,Erik Karlsson, and Jakob Silfverberg.  Goaltender Robin Lehner came in to relieve starter Craig Anderson in game two and gave up just one goal in 38 minutes in net. Colin Greening from Cornell University and the B-Sens scored the game-winning marker in game-three and has scored a goal in each of the three previous contests in the series.

Tonight's game is a pivotal game in the series.  A win shifts momentum to the Senators. .  A loss means the Senators would have to win three straight with the last  game in Pittsburgh.