BINGHAMTON -- The B-Sens cleaned out their lockers and took the time to reflect on the 2012-13 season Friday afternoon.
Despite the year ending much earlier than they would have liked, the team put their pain aside to evaluate the season on the whole.
Head Coach Luke Richardson said, "I think successful, but it's hard to say that right now and believe it. But, as a whole season I think it was. I think that's individually for the players and for us as a team."
Corey Cowick, who had a strong season with 16 goals and 19 assists, added, "I had a lot of success this year personally but as a team as well. Looking back, obviously it's tough to look at right now but I think it's a very successful season."
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