Mark Borowiecki (D)
2012-13: Opened the abbreviated NHL season with Ottawa, playing in six games while being held scoreless and recording 18 penalty minutes ... Was re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL) on Feb. 8 where he remained for the rest of the season ... In 53 games with the B-Sens, he set a professional career high with 157 penalty minutes ... Was named B-Sens team captain on April 8 … He recorded 14 points (four goals, 10 assists) in the regular season before adding a goal and four penalty minutes in three playoff games.
2011-12: Completed his first full season of professional hockey with Binghamton, tallying 22 points (five goals, 17 assists) and 127 penalty minutes in 73 games… Was recalled by Ottawa for the first time in his career on Jan. 17 and made his NHL debut on Jan. 19 at San Jose… Ranked first among B-Sens defensemen and was 10th in overall team scoring… Ranked third among B-Sens (and fourth among AHL rookies) in penalty minutes… Was named the B-Sens 2011-12 Rookie of the Year.
2010-11: Completed his junior season with the Clarkson University Golden Knights (ECAC), tallying 11 points (three goals, eight assists) in 31 games and serving as team captain... Ranked first (tie) among Golden Knights defensemen in scoring… Established a new collegiate career high in penalty minutes (67)… Signed an entry-level contract with Ottawa on March 11 before concluding the season with Binghamton, where he made his professional debut on March 23 vs. Syracuse… Registered his first professional point with an assist on the game-winning goal in Game 1 of the Atlantic Division final at Portland on April 27.
2009-10: Emerged as an offensive force for the Golden Knights, recording 19 points and eight goals after posting just two points (1+1=2) as a rookie …Recorded two goals and one assist in ECAC Hockey first-round playoff series at St. Lawrence… Honored with Clarkson’s Mike Morrison Coaches’ Award for teamwork, hustle and dedication.
2008-09: First collegiate point was an assist on the game-winner in 4-3 overtime victory against Union (Jan. 23) … Followed in the next game with his first Clarkson goal, the opening score in the Knights’ 4-3 overtime victory over Rensselaer (Jan. 24) … Named to ECAC weekly Honor Roll once (Jan.19).