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Bruins' Pavel Zacha: Signs one-year deal with Boston
Zacha signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Bruins on Monday to avoid arbitration, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Zacha was traded to the Bruins in July after posting a career-high 36 points (15 goals and 21 assists) across 70 games for the Devils last season. The 25-year-old winger should have a good chance to once again produce double-digit goals and 35-plus points while skating in a middle-six role and receiving second-unit power-play minutes in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Heading back to Beantown
Krejci signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Bruins on Monday, Sportsnet reports.
Now 36, the long-time Bruin spent last season playing in his native Czechia, where he produced 46 points in 51 games with HC Olomouc in the Czech Extraliga. The entirety of Krejci's 962-game NHL career has been with the Bruins, who also signed Patrice Bergeron to a similar team-friendly (one year, $2.5 million) deal Monday. With the pair of signings, Boston's top two center slots should now be set -- though it wouldn't be surprising to see Krejci slip down the depth chart due to his age and time away from the NHL.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Back for another season
The Bruins have re-signed Bergeron (elbow) to a one-year, $2.5 million contract.
Per the report, Bergeron's deal for the 2022-23 season includes an additional $2.5 million in performance-based incentives. The Bruins also inked fellow center David Krejci on Monday, with the moves solidifying the pivot spot on the team's top two lines for the coming campaign. Bergeron is recovering from an elbow procedure, but Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com previously indicated that the captain could be ready to play by the end of August.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Brett Harrison: Pens entry-level deal
Harrison agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract with Boston on Monday.
Harrison -- who was selected by the Bruins in the third round of the 2021 NHL Draft -- registered 27 goals and 34 helpers in 65 games for OHL Oshawa this past season. The 19-year-old center will likely take part in training camp this fall but figures to spend the year playing in juniors again, though he could ink up with AHL Providence after Oshawa's season wraps up.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Inks new deal with Boston
Studnicka signed a two-year contract with the Bruins on Saturday.
The deal will carry an AAV of $762,500. Studnicka logged three assists in 15 NHL games last season while bouncing between the Bruins and AHL Providence. The 23-year-old center still possesses solid upside and will look to take a step forward in 2022-23. He'll likely be battling for a middle-six role with Boston in training camp.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Matt Filipe: Inks two-way deal
Filipe signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins on Monday.
Filipe was taken in the third round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft by the Hurricanes but he's yet to make his NHL debut. The 24-year-old forward has spent the last two seasons with AHL Providence after a four-year career at Northeastern University. He should continue to serve as an organizational depth piece for Boston.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Ryan Mast: Inks entry-level deal
Mast signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Bruins on Monday.
Mast was selected in the sixth round of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft and quickly put pen to paper on his entry-level deal. The 6-foot-5 blueliner scored nine goals and 31 points in 59 games with OHL Sarnia last season. Mast will likely continue his development in juniors followed by AHL Providence.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Ahcan: Signs one-year extension
Ahcan signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Bruins on Sunday, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Ahcan made six appearances for Boston last season, scoring one goal, but he spent most of the campaign with Providence, where he totaled six goals and 23 points across 45 games. He'll have an opportunity to secure a role at the NHL level to start the 2022-23 season, but it's unlikely he cracks fantasy relevancy.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Mason Lohrei: Returning from knee procedure
Lohrei, who is bouncing back from an offseason knee procedure, plans to resume skating in a couple of weeks, Eric Russo of the Bruins' Official site reports.
The 2020 second-rounder, who relays that his injury rehab is going well, is expected to return to Ohio State University this coming season on the heels of a strong freshman campaign in which he scored four goals and 29 points in 31 games. When he was drafted, some considered Lohrei a reach at pick No. 58, but since then 6-foot-4, 204-pounder has emerged as one of the Bruins' top prospects and has a chance to be a key member of the team's blue line corps down the road.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Vinni Lettieri: Moves back east
Lettieri signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins on Wednesday.
Lettieri revitalized his career with 10 points (five on the power play) in 31 contests with the Ducks last season. The 27-year-old will now take his talents to Boston, where he could compete for a bottom-six role in training camp. Lettieri will likely spend much of 2022-23 at AHL Providence given the two-way nature of his new deal.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Keith Kinkaid: Inks two-way contract
Kinkaid signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins on Wednesday.
Kinkaid spent the last two years in the Rangers' organization. He made 37 appearances with AHL Hartford in 2021-22, posting a 2.94 GAA and a .904 save percentage. With Linus Ullmark and Jeremy Swayman under contract, Kinkaid is likely not higher than third on the Bruins' depth chart in goal.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Connor Carrick: Lands with Boston
Carrick signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins on Wednesday.
Carrick spent most of last season with AHL Charlotte while under contract to the Kraken. He posted 32 points in 59 contests with the Checkers, and he'll likely move on to AHL Providence for the bulk of 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Dan Renouf: Links up with B's
Renouf signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Bruins on Wednesday.
Renouf spent last season with AHL Grand Rapids, logging 14 points in 63 contests. He also made four appearances with the Red Wings. The 28-year-old will provide the Bruins with some organizational depth on the blue line.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' A.J. Greer: Signs with Bruins
Greer signed a two-year, $1.525 million contract with Boston on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Greer spent most of the 2021-22 campaign in the minors, racking up 22 goals and 52 points through 53 appearances with AHL Utica, but he also drew into nine games with the Devils, collecting two points over that span. The 25-year-old winger will likely continue to spend most of his time in the minors over the next two seasons with the Bruins.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Erik Haula: Dealt to New Jersey
Haula was traded from the Bruins to the Devils in exchange for Pavel Zacha on Wednesday, Sportsnet reports.
Haula was a solid middle-six contributor for Boston in 2021-22, picking up 18 goals and 44 points through 78 regular-season appearances before adding three points through seven playoff contests. The 31-year-old forward may get an opportunity to take on a marginally larger role with New Jersey in 2022-23, but he'll likely still hover around the 40-point mark.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Pavel Zacha: Traded to Boston
Zacha was traded from the Devils to the Bruins in exchange for Erik Haula on Wednesday, Sportsnet reports.
Zacha drew into 70 games with New Jersey in 2021-22, picking up 15 goals and 36 points while averaging 16:51 of ice time per contest. The 25-year-old winger should once again produce double-digit goals and 35-plus points while skating in a middle-six role and receiving second-unit power-play minutes in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Cole Spicer: Nabbed by Bruins in Round 4
Spicer was selected 117th overall by the Bruins in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
Spicer was a regular for the USNTDP this past season, although he played a depth role for the club and was never given the ice time and responsibilities some of his teammates who were selected earlier in the draft received. Spicer was a big-time scorer in his minor hockey days, but he currently has the look of a bottom-six type should he make it to the NHL. Spicer -- a North Dakota native -- is off to the University of Minnesota this fall, where he figures to need three seasons, at a minimum.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Matthew Poitras: Newest member of Bruins
Poitras was selected 54th overall by the Bruins in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.
Poitras is the type of player who will have a shot at an NHL career because he gets the most out of his physical gifts. After not playing at all in 2020-21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Poitras showed very well offensively (21 goals, 50 points in 68 games) in his first season for OHL Guelph. A creative player who is universally praised for his work ethic, Poitras played mostly center for the Storm, although questionable foot speed may ultimately push him to the wing as a professional. There's a high floor here, at a minimum, given Poitras' combination of skill and compete level.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Kyle Keyser: Lands two-way deal
Keyser signed a one-year, two-way contract with Boston on Tuesday.
Keyser has yet to make his NHL debut and he's spent the last two seasons playing at the AHL and ECHL levels. He posted a 2.75 GAA and .908 save percentage in 33 appearances with AHL Providence during the 2021-22 campaign. The 23-year-old likely won't see any time with Boston next season unless he's used as an injury replacement.... See More ... See Less
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