Mark Borowiecki (leg) may be ready to return when the All-Star break is over.
Mark Borowiecki will be out of action for a prolonged period of time.
Mark Borowiecki (leg) has been placed on the injured reserve list.
Mark Borowiecki required 48 stitches after he suffered a deep laceration to his left leg during a pregame soccer warmup.
Mark Borowiecki missed Monday's game against Buffalo due to a leg laceration.
Now that Marc Methot is back from injury, look for Mark Borowiecki, Jared Cowen and when he is healthy, Patrick Wiercioch to rotate in and out of the Ottawa lineup.
Mark Borowiecki (groin) is expected to draw back into Ottawa's lineup on Tuesday.
Look for Mark Borowiecki to sit in the press box more often in the coming games.
Mark Borowiecki returned to action on Thursday November 6.
The reason Mark Borowiecki has not played in the Senators' last two games is that he is dealing with some type of undisclosed injury.
Mark Borowiecki won't play against Boston Saturday night.
Mark Borowiecki has been a nice surprise for the Senators this season.
Mark Borowiecki cracked Ottawa's roster to open the 2014-15 regular season.
Mark Borowiecki is anxious to prove he belongs in the NHL after signing a three-year, $3.3 million extension with the Senators on Monday.