David Pastrnak is expected to take a more prominent leadership role for the Boston Bruins, and Marc McLaughlin is ready for the next step.
That; more Bruins news, NHL trade rumors, and more in the latest BHN Daily:
Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins checked off another restricted free agent on Tuesday, signing Marc McLaughlin forward to a one-year, two-way contract with a $775,000 NHL salary cap hit.
Boston Hockey Now: The Boston Bruins are about to go through a transition of leadership, and general manager Don Sweeney is expecting superstar winger David Pastrnak to be a big part of that process.
National Hockey Now
Montreal Hockey Now: The Montreal Canadiens signed newly acquired forward Alex Newhook to a team-friendly contract on Tuesday.
Buffalo Hockey Now: It’s time for the Buffalo Sabres to stop hoping to contend for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Philly Hockey Now: Someone on the Philadelphia Flyers‘ social media staff is in trouble. Yikes!
Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Was former Boston Bruins winger Noel Acciari influenced by Brandon Tanev when he decided to sign with the Pittsburgh Penguins?
Nashville Hockey Now: The Nashville Predators signed forward Denis Gurianov to a one-year, one-way deal worth $850,000.
Detroit Hockey Now: Will the Detroit Red Wings show the money and give Moritz Seider a contract extension similar to Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy?
Vegas Hockey Now: Could Lake Tahoe be the new ECHL affiliate for the Vegas Golden Knights?
San Jose Hockey Now: Filip Zadina chose the San Jose Sharks because he sees a rising team.
Calgary Hockey Now: Are new general manager Craig Conroy and the Calgary Flames turning things around?
TSN: The Ottawa Senators have surprisingly parted ways with assistant general manager Trent Mann.
Sportsnet: The Toronto Maple Leafs and defenseman John Klingberg are in for an exciting relationship, to say the least.
New York Post: On Tuesday, the New York Rangers signed restricted free agent defenseman K’Andre Miller to a two-year deal with an average annual value of $3.872 million.