The Binghamton Devils continue to play red-hot hockey and have now won six consecutive games to move to the center of the American Hockey League's (AHL) playoff picture.  The Devils have won nine of their last ten games including a 3-0 road victory at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Sunday.

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The Devils are in fourth place in the AHL's North Division.  Binghamton's record is 33-24-4-0 for 70 points and trails third-place Utica by three points.  The North Division has Belleville in the lead with 81 points followed by Rochester with 75 points  and Utica with 73 points.

The Devils have 15 games remaining on their regular season schedule with six of those games at home at the Floyd L Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. Binghamton returns home on Wednesday, March 18 to host the Lehigh Valley Phantoms at 7:05.  That follows three consecutive road games including Wednesday's game at Rochester followed by a pair of games at Laval.