The Bruins have acquired defenseman Wade Redden, according to CSNNE.com’s Joe Haggerty and confirmed by TSN.
Redden, 35, spent his first 11 years with the Ottawa Senators after being drafted second-overall in the 1995 NHL draft. After two difficult seasons with the Rangers, Redden was picked up by the Blues prior to the 2013 season. In 23 games this year in St. Louis, Redden has two goals and three assists to go with a minus-2 plus-minus rating.
As seen below, Haggs’ source indicates that the B’s dished out “a late round pick in 2014.”
in 1,017 career games, Redden has 108 goals, 347 assists and a plus-160 plus-minus rating. During the 2005-06 season, he led the NHL with a plus-35 rating and posted a career-high 50 points (10 goals).
Per a source, @CSNNE is reporting that the Boston Bruins have traded for Wade Redden in exchange for a draft pick. #BruinsTalk— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) April 03, 2013
Wade Redden is a Boston Bruin. #TradeCentre— NHL on TSN (@NHLonTSN) April 03, 2013
It's a late round pick in 2014 surrendered by the Bruins for Wade Redden Good depth acquisition for them #BruinsTalk— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) April 03, 2013