Zane McIntyre left North Dakota after three seasons to turn pro and officially signed with the Bruins on July 1.
Goaltender Zane McIntyre signed his first pro contract, a two-year entry-level deal with the Bruins, on Tuesday.
With the Bruins popping in and out of the news cycle, it’s high time to run through some leftover Bruins thoughts from this spring.
Here are the grades for the Bruins’ goaltenders and a look ahead at what’s ahead for Boston’s masked men.
The season may have ended in disappointment for the Boston Bruins, but that doesn’t mean the team didn’t make its fair share of highlights along the way.
Here are three positive and three negative takeaways from the season.
For Mike Milbury, a man not necessarily known for for making the very best talent evaluations, the goaltender is the one to blame.
Patrice Bergeron put some of his next-level skills on display in a video recently released on GoPro’s official YouTube page.
“You can’t think about anything before you make the playoffs. So right now we’re in a battle to make those and you have to go with your best players.”
Two days after lamenting the lack of the ability to get a potential goaltender interference penalty against Anaheim forward Corey Perry review, the Bruins got a lift from the boys in the NHL Situation Room on Saturday. And Boston took the momentum from the overrule and ran with it to snap a six-game losing streak with a 4-2 win against the New York Rangers at TD Garden.