The postseason run didn’t last long for the Providence Bruins, but at least the Boston Bruins’ American Hockey League farm team earned bragging rights on the parent club just by qualifying for the playoffs.
From the ill-timed trade of Johnny Boychuk to the injuries to major players that required a reliance on inexperienced young players to fill in, Boston’s defense corps rode a roller coaster in terms of performance all season.
Smith had the primary assist on the Bruins’ first two goals, as they rallied from 2-0 down in the third period to defeat the Red Wings 3-2.
Zach Trotman’s first career NHL goal couldn’t have come at a better time for the surging Boston Bruins.
The Boston Bruins announced Saturday that they have assigned defenseman Zach Trotman to Providence.
Matt Kalman hands out his grades for the Bruins’ defensemen at the midway point of the season.
Chara’s injury has given the Bruins a chance to evaluate what they have in Zach Trotman, David Warsofsky and Joe Morrow.
Blueliners Joe Morrow and Zach Trotman have both been recalled from Providence on an emergency basis, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced Friday morning.
The Boston Bruins announced the signings of six players on Friday, including a one-year deal with forward Jordan Caron.
Forward Chris Kelly and defenseman Dougie Hamilton returned to practice on the Bruins on Thursday.