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B-Sens playing for job security

With the playoffs officially out of reach, the B-Sens take to the ice Friday looking to rebound from a frustrating loss to Norfolk on Tuesday and have the chance to play spoiler in the Albany Devils pursuit of the postseason. While there's little to play for this season, the B-Sens can't pack it in.

This is the time of year when the organization begins shaping it's views of the future. Jobs are on the line with newly drafted and signed players gunning for playing time.

"There's jobs on the line right now," said B-Sens captain Aaron Johnson. "There's guys from university and different guys that have been signed, so you have to make sure you play well or you'll be watching from the stands."

B-Sens and Devils face off at the Arena at 7:05.