In his NHL regular season debut, Bruins winger Tyler Randell tallied a goal, while seeing 8:53 worth of ice time in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Avalanche. With the Bruins having snapped a three-game losing streak to start the season with Wednesday's triumph, look for the fourth-line trio of Randell, Zac Rinaldo and Joonas Kemppainen to remain intact when the Bruins take on the Coyotes on Saturday. With Randell drawing into the lineup after having previously been a healthy scratch, Max Talbot was the odd man out for the B's up front Wednesday.
Tyler Randell remains with the Bruins in advance of Thursday's regular season opener against the Jets.
Tyler Randell remains in Bruins training camp and is a surprising candidate for a roster spot on the fourth line, CSN New England's Joe Haggerty reports.
The Bruins have signed Tyler Randell to a one-year, two-way contract for the 2015-16 season.
The Boston Globe reports that the Bruins trimmed their training camp roster significantly on Sunday. G Adam Courchaine, G Matt Dalton, RW Jordan Knackstedt, LW Matt Marquardt, D Scott Fletcher and D Rob Kwiet were returned to the AHL. D Alain Goulet and LW Lane MacDermid, both of whom remain unsigned draft picks, for now will skate solely with the AHL roster. Finally, D Ryan Button, RW Jordan Caron, G Michael Hutchinson, and RW Tyler Randell, were returned to their junior clubs.
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