BINGHAMTON -- He's the emotional leader on the ice, and a locker room leader off it despite playing in only 50 of the B-Sens 76 games in the regular season. Mark Borowiecki has been out of the lineup since the April 5th loss to Norfolk with an upper body injury. But, just in time for the playoffs, the B-Sens captain is ready for action.
To know Boro is to know he does not like sitting on the sidelines watching his team do battle. So, to be back in the lineup, when games matter most, in a big rivalry series against Wilkes-Barre, Boro's reaction is along the lines of "about time."
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