The Calgary Flames announced Tuesday that defenseman Matt Bartkowski has joined the club on a professional tryout contract.
The Boston Bruins have named assistant coach Bruce Cassidy the team’s interim head coach, replacing Claude Julien.
They won’t be passing around a big shiny trophy, riding in a parade or hoisting a banner to the rafters at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. But that doesn’t make what the Providence Bruins accomplished during the 2016 calendar year any less notable.
Chicago’s Kenny Agostino, W-B/Scranton’s Jake Guentzel and Providence’s Zane McIntyre have been selected as the league’s award winners for December.
There’s no question in Kevin Dean’s mind who has been the most pleasant surprise for the Providence Bruins through the first quarter of the season.
Spend some time watching Dan Vladar and two things jump out at you. First, does he ever take up a lot of net. Second, he usually has a smile on his face.
The Providence Bruins know about change better than any team in the AHL. Their 2016-17 transactions page is longer than a CVS receipt.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have claimed forward Seth Griffith off waivers from the Boston Bruins.
This fall, a confluence of events has helped Austin Czarnik stick up top instead of being among the early southbound wave to Providence.
After an excellent rookie season in the AHL, Austin Czarnik is looking for bigger things in 2016-17.