Anthony Camara

LW / Boston Bruins / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Bruins Place Camara On Non-Roster Injury List

    News: Anthony Camara (illness) was placed on the Bruins' non-roster injury list Tuesday, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Camara missed nearly the all of the preseason after falling victim to an illness early in training camp, and only recently resumed practicing. Once the Bruins are convinced he's fully healthy, expect Camara to head to AHL Providence.
  • Bruins Assign Camara To AHL

    News: The Bruins have assigned Anthony Camara to AHL Providence, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Camara is coming off a breakout season with OHL Barrie, that saw him notch 36 goals and 60 points in 50 games. He has emerged as a solid energy/power forward prospect for the B's, but at 20, he'll need to do some developing with Providence before he gets a shot with the big club.
  • Bruins Sign Camara

    News: The Bruins have signed Anthony Camara to a three-year entry-level contract, the Boston Globe reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Camara, a third-round pick in 2011, has enjoyed a breakout season with OHL Barrie, notching 36 goals and 60 points in 48 games to date. He will most likely start with AHL Providence in 2013-14, but Camara has emerged as a solid energy/power forward prospect for the B's and is worth targeting in deeper keeper formats.
  • Bruins May Have Found A Gem In Camara

    News: Anthony Camara, who the Bruins selected in the third round of the 2011 draft, 81st overall, is back with the OHL's Barrie Colts after representing Canada in the recent World Junior Championships.
    Analysis: To date, Anthony Camara has recorded 22 goals and 41 points in 32 games for the Colts, adding 49 PIM to go along with a plus-13 rating. When the Bruins originally drafted Camara, he was viewed as a gritty character guy with modest scoring upside, but he's added some offense to his skillset since then, and now it's not hard to imagine him cracking the Bruins' lineup down the road as a reasonably productive power forward.
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