2012-13 WBS Penguins Season
Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:34 AM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 2012-13 Schedule
DATE Opponent Time
Oct. 13 at Binghamton 7:05 pm EDT
Oct. 19 at Springfield 7:00 pm EDT
Oct. 20 Bridgeport 7:05 pm EDT
Oct. 21 Syracuse 5:05 pm EDT
Oct. 26 Rochester 7:05 pm EDT
Oct. 27 at Syracuse 7:30 pm EDT
Oct. 28 at Hershey 5:00 pm EDT
Nov. 2 at Manchester 7:00 pm EDT
Nov. 4 at Bridgeport 3:00 pm EST
Nov. 7 Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 9 Hershey 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 10 Portland 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 14 Springfield 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 16 Bridgeport 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 17 at Hershey 7:00 pm EST
Nov. 21 at Hershey 7:00 pm EST
Nov. 24 Toronto 7:05 pm EST
Nov. 25 at Albany 4:00 pm EST
Nov. 30 Syracuse 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 1 St. John's 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 7 Hershey 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 8 Portland 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 12 at Albany 7:00 pm EST
Dec. 14 Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 15 at Syracuse 7:30 pm EST
Dec. 19 at Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 22 at Syracuse 7:30 pm EST
Dec. 26 at Hershey 7:00 pm EST
Dec. 27 Hershey 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 29 Norfolk 7:05 pm EST
Dec. 31 Syracuse 5:05 pm EST
Jan. 4 at Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 5 Worcester 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 6 at Connecticut 3:00 pm EST
Jan. 9 Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 11 Hershey 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 12 Adirondack 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 15 at Norfolk 7:15 pm EST
Jan. 20 at Hershey 5:00 pm EST
Jan. 23 St. John's 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 25 at Rochester 7:05 pm EST
Jan. 26 at Toronto 5:00 pm EST
Feb. 1 Manchester 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 2 Adirondack 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 3 at Hershey 2:00 pm EST
Feb. 8 at Norfolk 7:30 pm EST
Feb. 9 at Norfolk 7:15 pm EST
Feb. 12 Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 15 Norfolk 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 16 at Binghamton 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 17 Syracuse 4:05 pm EST
Feb. 22 at Adirondack 7:00 pm EST
Feb. 23 Connecticut 7:05 pm EST
Feb. 24 at Bridgeport 3:00 pm EST
Feb. 27 Norfolk 7:05 pm EST
Mar. 1 Hershey 7:05 pm EST
Mar. 2 Albany 7:05 pm EST
Mar. 8 at Providence 7:05 pm EST
Mar. 9 at Portland 7:00 pm EST
Mar. 10 at Manchester 5:00 pm EDT
Mar. 13 at Worcester 7:00 pm EDT
Mar. 15 at Worcester 7:30 pm EDT
Mar. 16 at Portland 7:00 pm EDT
Mar. 20 at Syracuse 7:00 pm EDT
Mar. 23 Norfolk 7:05 pm EDT
Mar. 27 Binghamton 7:05 pm EDT
Mar. 29 Providence 7:05 pm EDT
Mar. 30 at Binghamton 7:05 pm EDT
Apr. 2 at Norfolk 7:15 pm EDT
Apr. 5 at Adirondack 7:00 pm EDT
Apr. 6 Albany 7:05 pm EDT
Apr. 7 Hershey 3:05 pm EDT
Apr. 13 at St. John's 7:30 pm NDT
Apr. 14 at St. John's 4:00 pm NDT
Apr. 19 Worcester 7:05 pm EDT
Apr. 20 Manchester 7:05 pm EDT
I'm not sure how accessible these games are on the Internet. You can try their website and see if there are any video links on the day of a game:
Or the AHL website:
And if you're interested, here's Wheeling's schedule:
The also open the regular season on Oct.13
Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:57 AM
They've been doing a lot of work on that road for some time now. Recently it was upgraded from avoid at all costs to hard to drive on.
Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:01 AM
I here it's still tight in some spots.
Posted 10 October 2012 - 06:27 PM
The forwards aren't exciting but they're good for the AHL. There's a telling statement. Only 2 figure to play in the NHL but for the most part they're good enough in the AHL. Alrighty then.
Posted 10 October 2012 - 07:07 PM
Well, considering that Shero like to draft D-men, it's no wonder. Guess how many forwards on the Baby Pens were Shero draft picks?
Posted 15 October 2012 - 12:28 PM
Penguins Unable to Hold Off Senators
Smith scores first goal of season for WBS
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins could not stave off a third-period rally by the Binghamton Senators, who skated to a 2-1 win at Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
In what was the season opener for both teams, the Penguins held a 1-0 lead coming out of the second intermission. Senators rookie Jakob Silfverberg evened the score 4:34 into the third, gathering the rebound off of a Jared Cowen shot and banging it home.
Less than three minutes later, Hugh Jessiman notched the game-winner when he reached back to pick up a loose puck in the slot and rifled it over the shoulder of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton netminder Jeff Zatkoff.
The Penguins controlled the offensive momentum for much of the first period, outshooting the Senators 17-9, but goalie Robin Lehner stood tall to keep the score, 0-0
The scoreless tie was broken at 13:08 of the second period as Trevor Smith knocked down a clearing attempt at the Binghamton blueline and raced in alone before firing a low wrister past the right skate of Lehner.
Appearing in his first game for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Zatkoff suffered the loss with 21 saves on 23 shots. Lehner stopped 35-of-36 for Binghamton.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton next takes the ice on Friday, Oct. 19 versus the Springfield Falcons at 7:05P.M.
The Penguins will open up their home scheduled on Saturday, October 20 at 7:05 P.M. against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. For more information, call the Penguins at (570) 208-PENS or visit www.wbspenguins.com.
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Game Sheet: http://theahl.com/st...game_id=1009879
Posted 22 October 2012 - 03:24 PM
Guess I'll see on Sunday. I hope the Pens shut out the Bears. I really hate the WOOOOOO guy.
Posted 28 October 2012 - 09:23 PM
Posted 29 October 2012 - 06:09 AM
Needless to say, they didn't have his back when I got in his face and his fat ass shut up pretty quick.
**** those piece of shit fans.
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 06:30 AM
Posted 29 October 2012 - 06:34 AM
Goon hockey garbage. When the Lock Monsters (Kings then Canes affiliate) were here in Lowell, I went to a dozen games or so over the first couple of years, but you just get sick of the garbage. I stopped going and started to see more NCAA games.