In 13 games in the NHL, B-Sens captain Mark Borowiecki scored once and sat for 48 penalty minutes. In his five games since coming back to Binghamton he has also scored once, and registered 15 penalty minutes, but the B-Sens has lost all five games. As a tough as nails defenders, Boro's numbers are right where they should be, especially if he hopes to get another call up to Ottawa.
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