Ehrhoff was in camp on a professional tryout agreement with the Bruins, but after failing to secure a commitment for consistent play time, opted to walk away from the tryout. Instead the 34-year-old returns to the DHL where he began his career and last played during the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season. After bouncing around the NHL the last few years, it seems unlikely the veteran will be returning to North America to play hockey in the near future.
Ehrhoff -- who was with the Bruins on a professional tryout agreement -- has reportedly elected not to sign with the team, CSN New England reports.
Per the report, Ehrhoff preferred to move on after learning that he wasn't in line to be one of the Bruins' top six blueliners. Ehrhoff -- who showed well during the World Cup of Hockey -- could catch on elsewhere, however, after playing capably during his brief stint with Boston.
Ehrhoff had been an unrestricted free agent throughout the offseason but after a WCOH appearance for Team Europe, the