The Boston Bruins continue to invest in the franchise’s future with the signing of goaltender Michael DiPietro, defenseman Alec Regula, and defenseman Reilly Walsh. All three players signed one-year, two-way contracts with a $775,000 cap hit, per the Boston Bruins.
DiPietro was traded to the Boston Bruins on October 27, 2022, in … Keep Reading
Per the amazing CapFriendly.com website, the Boston Bruins have agreed to a contract extension with 24-year-old goaltender Kyle Keyser. The 6′-2″ 180-pound netminder accepted his qualifying offer this week as a restricted free agent, and the details of this signing can be seen below. After this upcoming season, Keyser will remain an … Keep Reading
On the eve of the start of Free Agency, the Boston Bruins made more moves today to determine what the lineup will look like come next season. The team sent out qualifying offers to nine of their restricted free agents in addition to buying out the final year of Mike Reilly’s contract.
Like their parent club, the Maine Mariners lost in the first round of the playoffs after a record-setting season. Maine’s 6-2 game six loss to the Reading (Pennsylvania) Royals on April 29 ended the best-of-seven series and became the second season in a row that the Mariners lost to Reading in the North Division … Keep Reading
Today the Providence Bruins announced that the top minor-pro affiliate of the NHL Boston Bruins had recalled goaltender Michael Dipietro from the ECHL Maine Mariners. The 23-year-old Windsor, Ontario native was acquired in a trade from the Vancouver Canucks in October of 2022 along with defensive prospect Jonathan Myrenberg for the Bruins … Keep Reading
After being with the Boston Bruins organization for three years of an entry-level contract, undrafted goaltender Kyle Keyser entered this season on a new one-year, two-way contract with much to prove. His professional development has seen some ups and downs in previous years in the American Hockey League and lower ECHL “AA” minor-pro … Keep Reading
Jack Studnicka had been at the center of many trade talks swirling around on Twitter for a while. However, after the young forward’s rough performance against the Anaheim Ducks, folks were extremely quick to call for his departure from the Bruins’ roster.
Some said to send him back to Providence, some said to waive … Keep Reading
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