TOWN OF UNION -- The B-Sens lost a few players in their home opener Saturday night, a physical contest with upstate rival Syracuse.
Mark Borowiecki and Mark Stone both left the game.
At the team's charity golf tournament on Wednesday, Boro discussed the concussion tests he passed. Head Coach Luke Richardson says his captain will be back in the lineup but it will be a while before B-Sen fans see Mark Stone out on the ice.
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