It's the dream of every athlete to play at the highest level.
So it was likely a disappointment to Mark Borowiecki to be sent back to Binghamton, along with Andre Petterson.
But Boro did get some good news.
The rookie was added to the AHL all star game.
The defenseman has scored three goals and 12 assists while adding 76 penalty minutes in 42 games for Binghamton during his first full professional season.
He played 21 post season games in the Cup run last year after 4 seasons at Clarkson.
He joins Corey Locke on the all star team, along with coach Kurt Kleinendorst, who will assist with the Eastern conference squad.
The all star game is coming up on Monday in Atlantic City, NJ.
The B-Sens are at home Friday night against albany.