OTTAWA, Ont. -- The Senators locked up a couple of players today.
The team gave David Dziurzynski a one-year, two-way deal. The forward had a pair of goals in 12 NHL games last season and posted 20 points in 54 contests with the B-Sens.
Teammate Mark Borowiecki also received a new deal. The B-Sens captain signed for two years, with this coming season as a two-way contract and 2014-15 slated as a one-way deal. That guarantees NHL status for Boro, but fans will still see both him and Dziurzynski in a B-Sens uniform for all or part of this coming season.
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