I woke up in
Adirondack, went to pregame skate this morning, came out and coach told me I
had to head back to the hotel and get my stuff ready in case I got the call-up
today. So I went back, kind of rushed, got the stuff packed and then I ended up
getting called up at about 12:30. Took an hour for us to find a way to get from
Glens Falls up to Ottawa. Ended up taking a cab about four and a half hours to
the border, got in a car service up there and got to the rink about five
minutes before warm-ups started. So it's been a whirlwind it still kind of
seems a little surreal.
Trotman recorded 16:41 time on ice with three shots on goal in the B's loss in Ottawa.
But his time with the big club was short-lived, as the B's assigned Trotman back to Providence, along with Nick Johnson and David Warsofsky.
It remains to be seen if the B's will recall Kevan Miller to fill the spot on the D-line.