It's official, The Bruins have finally signed Swedish superstar Carl Soderberg to a multiyear deal. The only thing left is for the Swedish Ice Hockey Association to approve his transfer to the Bruins.
Soderberg will be eligible to play in the Stanley Cup Playoffs aslong as he plays in at least one game prior to the post season.
The 27 year old, is coming off his best season...
The Boston Bruins announced today that they had signed forward Seth Griffith to a three-year entry-level contract. As a member of the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, Griffith has skated in 54 games this year, registering 33 goals and 48 assists with a +18 rating. The 20-year-old forward’s 81 points rank second on the Knights, [...]
Photo courtesy of the London Knights BOSTON—According to DJ Bean of the Big Bad Bruins Blog on WEEI.com, the Bruins and center Seth Griffith have agreed on a three- year entry-level deal. Griffith was taken in the fifth round…
London Knights (1) vs. Saginaw Spirit (8)
Maatta looks to carry a talented Knights team deep into the post-season (Photo courtesy of Terry Wilson / OHL Images)
Season Series: 3-1 London Knights
Key Players: Max Domi (Knights), Seth Griffith (Knights), Bo Horvat (Knights), Olli Maatta (Knights), Eric Locke (Spirit), Garret Ross (Spirit), Jimmy Lodge (Spirit)
The Boston Bruins are currently the focus on the New England hockey community, and while the attention they have is deserved; it is really easy to forget about the many prospects the B’s have developing their games in leagues all over the world. Here is a piece to help you get in touch with how they have been doing both during the lockout and the NHL regular season.
The 2012 Boston Bruins draft was highlighted by the drafting of goaltender Malcolm Subban in the first round and on the back burner for discussion was the other picks they selected in the rest of the draft. One of those picks that is starting heads is fifth rounder Seth Griffith, a 19 year old right [...]
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By Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell)
With the first week of the Ontario Hockey League season in the books, fans and media alike are starting to get a grasp of what certain players and teams are capable of achieving this year. In this post, I look back at what performances and news bits stood out from the week that was.
Note: this is a weekly column I will...