Playing without your captain on the ice is like flying a plane without a co-pilot. It's possible, but not as easy. The B-Sens have been without captain Mark Borowiecki since the April 5th loss to Norfolk. Since then, Boro has been battling an upper body injury but has recovered and is itching to get back on the ice.
The B-Sens begin the first round of the playoffs against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday at 7:05 at the Arena with the captain back in the lineup. Having the emotional leader and his physical presence on the ice, is a huge boost to the confidence of the B-Sens
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