Boston Bruins Make Additional Cuts To Roster


The Boston Bruins are currently undefeated in their preseason. They’ve done that in spite of the losses of Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg. Still, the Bruins AHL Providence team will be starting their training camp on Sunday, and the big B’s have started trimming down their roster.

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  • The Bruins still have thirteen active defensemen on the roster. While the loss of two veteran defensemen is tough, the Bruins should be able to find a few players that can step up. Matt Irwin looks like he’s all but a lock at this point. The big race should be between Joe Morrow and Colin Miller for the last spot on the roster now.

    “We’ve got Providence camp coming on Sunday, so there will be some cuts coming. We a€™ll keep bringing the numbers down, but we have some guys that are playing well and are deserving of second and third looks,” said coach Claude Julien of the Bruins’ moves. œWe’ve also got two guys that have gone down injured [Dennis Seidenberg and Zdeno Chara], and that’s allowed other guys to get a better look, and a longer look.

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    At the end of it we’€™ll have to see where we stand, but we’€™re at least hoping to have [Chara] back while the [Seidenberg] is an eight week situation. So we’€™ll work through it.”

    The Boston Bruins are continuing to make cuts to their roster. While certain young defensemen are being asked to stick around (mainly because of the injuries to Dennis Seidenberg and Zdeno Chara), the B’s will be making cuts to get ready for opening night. Here are the players that have been placed on waivers, according to TVA sports reporter Renaud Lavioe. The B’s have chosen to place forwards Zack Phillips and Brandon DeFazio on waivers, as well as defenseman Christopher Breen. were all placed on waivers at noon on Friday. If these three survive the gauntlet of waivers, they will report to Providence for training camp.

    The Boston Bruins also signed second round draft pick Brandon Carlo to a three-year entry-level contract. He is still among the active defensemen at training camp.

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