BREAKING: Don Sweeney Makes Another Signing

Published October 4, 2023 at 12:21
In the realm of hockey, there's an exhilarating buzz whenever news breaks about promising talents. Boston Bruins' General Manager Don Sweeney ignited this excitement on October 4 with a significant revelation concerning a budding star.

Meet Frederic Brunet, a 20-year-old defenseman, the Bruins' latest signing, and a rising force in the making. This acquisition signifies the team's unwavering commitment to nurturing youthful potential.

But what sets Brunet apart? Let's delve into his remarkable journey. The 2022-23 season saw Brunet shine in the QMJHL, donning jerseys for both the Victoriaville Tigers and Rimouski Oceanic. His stats tell a compelling tale: 16 goals, 57 assists, a plus-10 rating, and a remarkable total of 73 points. But that's not all. Brunet made a cameo appearance in the AHL with the Providence Bruins, contributing two assists.

The 2021-22 season marked another milestone in Brunet's career, as he featured in 63 games with Rimouski, amassing 12 goals, 34 assists, and an impressive 46 points. Clearly, this young defenseman has been steadily building his hockey legacy.

Originating from Gatineau, Quebec, Brunet's journey to the NHL commenced when the Boston Bruins selected him in the fifth round as the 132nd overall pick during the 2022 NHL Entry Draft.
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BREAKING: Don Sweeney Makes Another Signing

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