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Precision Shot Pays off for B-Sens Fans

February 19, 2014 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Binghamton Senators News Release

BINGHAMTON, NY - Those who have made it to a B-Sens home game over the past few seasons have noticed the Endicott Precision Shot. This promotion gives one lucky fan who signs up the opportunity to take two shots from center ice towards the goal during the first intermission. The goal is covered from the cross bar to the ice except for a tiny slot on the bottom about the width of a hockey puck. Those who are unsuccessful in making the shot receive applause from the crowd; however, those who conquer the highly difficult task are rewarded with $1000 and a huge ovation.

An in-game promotion such as this one is meant to happen few and far between. This season it seems fans have found a way to beat the near impossible feat as four individuals have already converted on the long shot. On November 9 Dan Smith became the first winner of the year during Binghamton's 7-3 win over the Rochester Americans. The next successful attempt came January 17 from Frank McHale before Debra Smith (Dan's wife) and Roy Dickinson converted in back-to-back games this past weekend. All four winners have been successful during B-Sens blowout victories as fans seem to thrive off of the Senators potent offense this year.

Fans attending any Binghamton Senators home game can sign up for the Precision Shot at the FanZone located along the main concourse behind section 14 for just $1.00. Endicott Precision donates all proceeds from entry fees to the B-Sens WishClub who purchases tickets for under-privileged children.

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