Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Bruins sign Brad Marchand to 8-year contract

Brad Marchand
Yesterday the Bruins announced that they signed forward Brad Marchand to an 8-year, $49 million contract extension through the 2024-25 NHL season, which is worth an average annual value of $6.125 million.

Marchand had this to say: "This is an extremely exciting day for me and my family. I would like to thank the Jacobs family, Cam Neely, Don Sweeney, Claude Julien, the coaching staff, my teammates and our fans for their continued support and belief in me. I have been a Bruin since the start of my pro career and there is no place I would rather play. I look forward to doing everything I can to help our team achieve success and bring the Stanley Cup back to Boston."
Source: nhl.com

Last season, Marchand played in 77 games, scored 37 goals (career-high), had 24 assists, totaling 61 points (career-high). In his career, Marchand has played in 454 games, accumulated 153 goals and 136 assists for 289 points, and has a +138 rating.

Friday, September 23, 2016

David Krejci talks about recovering from hip surgery

Here's a video with Bruins David Krejci, during the opening day of Bruins Training Camp, answering questions from the media about recovering from hip surgery.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Bruins sign Dominic Moore and 3 others

Dominic Moore
Dominic Moore
On Tuesday the Bruins announced that they signed veteran center Dominic Moore to a 1-year, one-way contract, worth $900K. Last season, Moore played for the New York Rangers, in 80 games he had 6 goals, 15 points, and he finished a -2. Moore is 32 years old and will most likely find himself on the Bruins fourth line next season.

The Bruins also announced that they signed: forward Brian Ferlin to a 1-year, two-way contract, worth $725K at the NHL level; defenseman Chris Casto to a 1-year, two-way contract, worth $650K at the NHL level; and defenseman Alex Grant to a 1-year, two-way contract, worth $600K at the NHL level.