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Borowiecki fields questions from young fan as part of Kids Opening Night

Senators supports asks defenseman tough queries during first intermission

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Young fan interviews Borowiecki

TBL@OTT: Borowiecki speaks with junior reporter

During the 1st intermission of the Senators-Lightning matchup, Marc Borowiecki interviews with the TSN broadcast and a young reporter

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Mark Borowiecki has time for all the reporters, even the little ones.

The Ottawa Senators defenseman fielded the most adorable questions from a young fan during the first intermission of their game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Saturday was Kids Opening Night in Ottawa, and the Senators put some of their young fans to work. Dylan, who asked a great question about the hardest part of playing against the Lightning, was one of a slew of fans who played a part in the gameday production.

Tweet from @Senators: Thanks to Dylan and Colton who helped out as mini-broadcasters today and Keira who was our mini in-game host for Kids Opening Night! #GoSensGo pic.twitter.com/Ikv2As2nN1

"They got so much skill, bud," Borowiecki said. "They got so much firepower up front. They're patient. They make plays, and they're very tough to play." 

The tone was set early by a young fan named Sophie Pierce, who sang a near-flawless rendition of the national anthems.

Tweet from @Senators: Our friend Sophia absolutely nails the anthems at Kids Opening Night. pic.twitter.com/9lBrF2KLUE

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