Bruins Make More Roster Changes Involving Fan Favourite

Published October 9, 2023 at 6:24 PM
The Boston Bruins have made some significant moves as they prepare for the upcoming NHL season. Rookie defenseman Mason Lohrei got sent down to Providence and forward Patrick Brown has cleared waivers and will be assigned to Providence as well.

This strategic decision by the Bruins management is part of their ongoing efforts to shape the roster for the 2023-24 season while ensuring compliance with the NHL's salary cap regulations.

Rumors had circulated about the potential trade of veteran defensemen Derek Forbort and Matt Grzelcyk to make room for Lohrei on the roster. However, it appears that no such deals materialized.

Mason Lohrei, a promising prospect, had been in contention for a spot on the Bruins' blue line, but the competitive nature of the NHL prompted the team to opt for his further development in the AHL.

Patrick Brown, valued for his depth and versatility, successfully cleared waivers and is now set to contribute to the AHL Bruins in the upcoming season.

As the regular season approaches, the Boston Bruins continue to make strategic moves to craft a roster that can compete at the highest level of professional hockey. The development of young talents like Lohrei in the AHL is a testament to their commitment to long-term success.
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Bruins Make More Roster Changes Involving Fan Favourite

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