Borowiecki (upper body) is expected to play in the season finale against the Blue Jackets on Saturday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. There was some thought that Borowiecki, following a four-game injury layoff, wouldn't be an option in the finale for a Senators team that basically called it a season ahead of the trade deadline. However, the resident tough guy is apparently getting set for his 53rd contest of the 2018-19 campaign. Boro's most notable stat comes in the form of hits -- he's compiled 208 of those as a nice complement to his 91 blocked shots this year. Still, the obvious lack of offensive production (five points) means he'll be an afterthought in fantasy drafts during the fall.
Borowiecki (upper body) won't join the Senators on their upcoming two-game road trip, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. The Senators will only have one game remaining following their brief road trip, so it's quite possible that Borowiecki won't play again this season. If that ends up being the case, the 29-year-old blueliner will finish the campaign having notched just five points while posting a minus-12 rating in 52 appearances.
Borowiecki (upper body) won't play in Monday's game versus the Lightning, Dean Brown of the Senators Radio Network reports. Borowiecki will miss his second straight game as he tries to shake this upper-body condition. His absence will allow Ben Harpur to stay in the defensive rotation. Borowiecki will try to return for Wednesday's game versus the Rangers.
Borowiecki will not draw into Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs due to an upper-body injury, Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen reports. Borowiecki logged around his usual ice time during Thursday's game against the Panthers, but it appears he didn't emerge from the game unscathed. The veteran defenseman will take a night off Saturday as a result, opening the door for Ben Harpur to reenter the lineup.
Borowiecki (illness) is expected to suit up against Toronto on Saturday, per Dean Brown of the Senators Radio Network. Borowiecki missed Thursday's clash with the Blues due to illness, but he appears to be healthy enough to play Saturday, hence the demotion of Erik Brannstrom to the minors. Considering the 29-year-old Borowiecki has tallied a mere four points in 46 games this season, he likely won't offer much in terms of offensive production.
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