For a second straight day, Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney locked up one of his remaining restricted free agents. On Tuesday afternoon, the Bruins announced they had signed forward Marc McLaughlin to a one-year, two-way contract that carries a $775,000 NHL salary cap hit.
After the conclusion of the 2021-22 NCAA season, Marc McLaughlin signed out of college with his hometown team, the Boston Bruins, on a two-year, $1.85M contract. Becoming a restricted free agent this offseason, the team announced a one-year, $775K contract for next season.
In this latest edition of Boston Bruins News & Rumors, the Bruins have officially come to terms on a contract with recent addition Ian Mitchell. Meanwhile, recent subtraction Connor Clifton received a plethora of interest on the free-agent market before deciding to join the Buffalo Sabres.
One week following their stunning first-round exit to the Florida Panthers in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Boston Bruins general manager (GM) Don Sweeney said during his exit media availability that changes were coming to the Black and Gold for the 2023-24 season.
The last few weeks have brought a number of new faces to the Boston Bruins organization. I’ve already written about one of those new faces, Ian Mitchell, who was acquired in a trade with the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Boston Bruins have signed defenseman Ian Mitchell to a one-year contract worth $775,000. They were set to go to arbitration to determine his next contract but avoid it by coming to an agreement on a one-year deal.
Due to their salary cap trouble, the Boston Bruins were forced to move on from several players from their 65-win roster this offseason. Although it is disappointing seeing notable names like Taylor Hall, Tyler Bertuzzi, Dmitry Orlov, and Garnet Hathaway gone, it does open the door for other players to become breakout candidates in 2023-24.
In this latest edition of Boston Bruins News & Rumors, Jeremy Swayman and Trent Frederic have each filed for an arbitration. Meanwhile, Matt Grzelcyk is finding himself in the rumor mill again, now being connected to an Eastern Conference.
After his first year in professional hockey with the Providence Bruins, Boston Bruins top prospect Fabian Lysell is focused on making the Bruins’ 2023-24 roster. The 5-foot-11, 179-pound, 20-year-old winger had quite the first full season playing in North America.
Are or have the Pittsburgh Penguins looked into acquiring Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk on the NHL trade market? A Penguins team source confirmed Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now that Penguins general manager Kyle Dubas has been formulating backup plans in case he is unable to win the Erik Karlsson NHL trade sweepstakes.
Connor Clifton has a new contract. After spending his young career with the Boston Bruins, he has chosen to sign with the Buffalo Sabres. Clifton is locked in for the next three years and has a total value of $10 million per life of the contract.