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Bruins sign Zach Senyshyn to a one-year, two-way contract

Bruins sign Zach Senyshyn to a one-year, two-way contract

Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Probably the last shot for the kid. This is going to be like Christmas for the “everything sucks” crowd! The Bruins announced this afternoon that forward Zach Senyshyn has agreed to a new contract with the team. It’s a one-year, two-way deal that carries a cap hit of $700,000 at the NHL level. I can’t wait to post this on our Facebook page for people to go wild. You all know the drill by now: Senyshyn was picked ahead of Mat Barzal, Kyle Connor, etc. To this point, he hasn’t quite panned out. However, he’s shown steady progress in...

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Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 21, 2020
Morning Skate: White flag

Morning Skate: White flag

An interesting move by an Original 6 club. It is Wednesday, my dudes. The week hasn’t exactly been filled with much Bruins-related content to discuss. Karson Kuhlman is back in the mix, which is cool, man. Other than that...crickets. Zdeno Chara remains unsigned. Jake DeBrusk remains unsigned. Big-name targets remain unsigned. World keeps spinnin’. The hockey world in general has had some news this week, however, as “voice of NBC” Doc Emerick announced his retirement from broadcasting. Personally, I like Emerick. I know plenty of people get annoyed by his wild vocabulary and folksy...
NESN.com Oct 20, 2020

Bruins’ Karson Kuhlman Sets Expectations After Signing New Contract

Karson Kuhlman intends to finish what he started a little over a year ago. The Boston Bruins center laid the personal expectations he’ll carry into the upcoming NHL season Tuesday in a video press conference with reporters. Kuhlman, who signed a two-year contract with Boston Monday as a restricted free agent, will set out to […] The post Bruins’ Karson Kuhlman Sets Expectations After Signing New Contract appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 20, 2020
Bruins re-sign Karson Kuhlman for two years, $725,000 AAV

Bruins re-sign Karson Kuhlman for two years, $725,000 AAV

Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/NHLI via The speedy wing is back. The Bruins crossed another minor piece of offseason business off of their list Tuesday morning, announcing that forward Karson Kuhlman has been signed to a new two-year contract. The deal is worth $1.45 million, with an AAV of $725,000. Interestingly, the contract is a two-way contract in its first year, then a one-way contract in 2021-2022. Kuhlman is 25, and played in 25 games for the Bruins last season. He recorded just one goal and five assists. This represented a slight step back for Kuhlman, who recorded three goals and...
NESN.com Oct 20, 2020

Bruins Sign RFA Karson Kuhlman To Two-Year Contract

Don Sweeney checked another box off his offseason checklist Tuesday. The Bruins signed Karson Kuhlman to a two-year contract, the team announced Tuesday morning. The pact is a two-way deal in the first year and a one-way deal for the second and comes with an annual NHL salary cap hit of $725,000, per the release. […] The post Bruins Sign RFA Karson Kuhlman To Two-Year Contract appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 19, 2020

Matt Grzelcyk Opens Up About Opportunity With Torey Krug Signing With Blues

There may be bit of an offensive hole on the Boston Bruins’ blue line with Torey Krug heading to the St. Louis Blues. Matt Grzelcyk, though, is ready to up his game. The Bruins extended the 26-year-old defenseman Saturday, a four-year agreement to avoid arbitration. Now, Grzelcyk knows there’s an opportunity to take over on […] The post Matt Grzelcyk Opens Up About Opportunity With Torey Krug Signing With Blues appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 19, 2020

Ex-Bruin Joakim Nordstrom Signs One-Year Deal With Flames On NHL Minimum

Joakim Nordstrom has found a new home. The former Boston Bruins forward signed a one-year contract with the Calgary Flames, the team announced Monday afternoon. The agreement is worth the NHL’s minimum of $700,000. Nordstrom spent the previous two seasons with the Bruins as he racked up 11 goals and eight assists. Where the forward […] The post Ex-Bruin Joakim Nordstrom Signs One-Year Deal With Flames On NHL Minimum appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 19, 2020

Why Matt Grzelcyk ‘Would Love’ For Zdeno Chara To Re-Sign With Bruins

Matt Grzelcyk hopes last season wasn’t his final campaign with Zdeno Chara as a teammate. The Bruins defenseman, who over the weekend signed a four-year contract, explained Monday morning why he wants Chara back in Boston. Chara, 43, remains an unrestricted free agent despite free agency having started 10 days ago. “We’d love to have […] The post Why Matt Grzelcyk ‘Would Love’ For Zdeno Chara To Re-Sign With Bruins appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 19, 2020

How Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy ‘Crushed’ His United States Citizenship Test

Bruce Cassidy was ready to take the final step toward becoming a United States citizen. The Boston Bruins head coach explained to The Boston Globe’s Matt Porter last week how he aced his U.S. citizenship test. Cassidy took a keen interest in his surroundings during his years as a U.S. resident and he became a […] The post How Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy ‘Crushed’ His United States Citizenship Test appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 19, 2020
Morning Skate: Status quo

Morning Skate: Status quo

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Just rollin’ along. Monday! Another work week is upon us. Let’s all have fun out there. A bit of news from the Bruins this weekend, as they signed mobile defenseman Matt Grzelcyk to a four-year contract. The deal represents one check on the Bruins’ offseason to-do list, as RFA’s and UFA’s remain to be signed. Also of note this weekend were Don Sweeney’s comments on the rest of free agency, as he seemed to indicate that the Bruins want to see if they can try to fill some of their holes from within. A bold strategy. Is it a sign of trust in your...
NESN.com Oct 18, 2020

Blues’ Torey Krug Reacts To Matt Grzelcyk’s New Contract With Bruins

Just over a week after Torey Krug left Boston in free agency, the Bruins signed a homegrown blueliner to a long-term deal. The Bruins on Saturday announced they’d signed Matt Grzelcyk to a four-year contract. Grzelcyk, a third-round pick by the B’s in 2012, avoided arbitration by signing a deal that’s worth $14.75 million in […] The post Blues’ Torey Krug Reacts To Matt Grzelcyk’s New Contract With Bruins appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 18, 2020

Torey Krug Bids Boston Farewell With Emotional Message, Favorite Photos

Get your tissues ready, Bruins fans. Torey Krug on Sunday bid farewell to Boston with multiple Instagram posts featuring some of his favorite photos from his Bruins career. The first of the two posts carried a lengthy, emotional caption. Take a look: I am so grateful that Melanie and I could call Boston home for […] The post Torey Krug Bids Boston Farewell With Emotional Message, Favorite Photos appeared first on NESN.com.
NESN.com Oct 18, 2020

Bruins’ Don Sweeney Feels Matt Grzelcyk Has ‘Good Opportunity’ With Four-Year Deal

There’s a vacancy in the Boston Bruins’ defense to this point in the offseason. But with his new deal the team announced Saturday, blueliner Matt Grzelcyk has been presented with quite the opportunity to fill the void. Boston signed the 26-year-old Charlestown, Mass., native to a four-year, $14.75 million contract to avoid arbitration with he […] The post Bruins’ Don Sweeney Feels Matt Grzelcyk Has ‘Good Opportunity’ With Four-Year Deal appeared first on NESN.com.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 17, 2020
Sweeney comments on free agency, “depth opportunities,” and Zdeno Chara’s status

Sweeney comments on free agency, “depth opportunities,” and Zdeno Chara’s status

Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Interesting stuff. Bruins GM Don Sweeney had a media availability this afternoon shortly after the team announced it had signed defenseman Matt Grzelcyk to a new contract. Needless to say, Grzelcyk wasn’t the only topic of conversation. The Bruins, by most accounts, have had a disappointing offseason thus far. While the addition of Craig Smith is a good move, the Bruins have seen one of their better defensemen leave for greener pastures and have missed out on several big-name free agents over the past week or so. As a result, it’s no surprise that...
NESN.com Oct 17, 2020

Bruins’ Don Sweeney ‘Waiting’ For Free Agent Zdeno Chara To Decide Next Steps

Will Zdeno Chara return for Boston for his 15th season with the team? That’s to be determined, but it appears the Bruins are giving him all the space and time he needs to make a decision. The Bruins on Saturday signed restricted free agent Matt Grzelcyk to a four-year deal. Speaking to reporters following the […] The post Bruins’ Don Sweeney ‘Waiting’ For Free Agent Zdeno Chara To Decide Next Steps appeared first on NESN.com.

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