Paul Postma

#14 D / Boston Bruins / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 195 lb Age: 28 College: None

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  • Bruins' Paul Postma: Sitting Monday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Postma will be a healthy scratch for Monday's tilt with Minnesota. The former Jet's run of six straight games will come to an end Monday, as the recently recalled Rob O'Gara is set to replace Postma in the lineup. Postma was brought in by GM Don Sweeney in the offseason to provide the B's a seventh defenseman with some experience and power-play acumen, but he's unlikely to be a reliable fantasy play this year.

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  • Bruins' Paul Postma: Made a scratch Thursday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Postma was scratched for Thursday's 4-3 season-opening win over the Predators. Postma brings 191 games worth of NHL experience to the table, but he profiles as the Bruins' spare blueliner these days and will only draw into the team's lineup when injuries hit.

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  • Bruins' Paul Postma: Notches goal Thursday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Postma tied Thursday's 2-1 preseason win in the third period when his well-placed slap shot from the point eluded Flyers goalie Alex Lyon. Postma, who logged 14 points in 65 games for the Jets last season, has 191 games worth of NHL regular-season action under his belt. He was signed by the Bruins to provide the team's blue line with added depth and experience and he may be called upon early on, with Torey Krug destined to miss some time to start the season. Others who are candidates to fill in on that front are Matt Grzelcyk, Robbie O'Gara, Jakub Zboril and Jeremy Lauzon.

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  • Bruins' Paul Postma: Takes part in Wednesday's skate
    By RotoWire Staff

    Postma (hernia) took part in Wednesday's captain's practice, his first time on the ice as a member of the Bruins. The former Jet inked a one-year deal following a career year of sorts in Winnipeg that saw him score 14 points in 65 games, and he's expected to serve primarily as a depth defender for Boston. Barring a wave of injuries to the Bruins' blue line, Postma shouldn't factor into most owners' fantasy plans this season.

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  • Postma (hernia) signed a one-year, $725,000 contract with the Bruins on Saturday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports. Postma provided some uncharacteristic offensive support in 2016-17 with the Jets, accumulating 14 points (one goal, 13 assists). Despite turning 28 in February, Postma doesn't have a long track record at the top level, playing no more than last year's 65 games in a single season. Given that track record and his absence from the power play, it's fairly safe to assume he won't enter fantasy equations next season. Postma also underwent sports hernia surgery in early April, but it doesn't sound as though it should impact his availability for the start of 2017-18.

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