Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Feb 14, 2020.
yes they both can be loaned spoke with someone in the know
it’s probably not answerable right now. Also if this has been mentioned above I apologize. but anyway. A question and a comment:
Q: If you had to make a prediction, which goalie do you think makes the Providence Bruins out of Swayman and Keyser.
C: I wonder if the plan is to go with Vladar and Booth in the AHL and loan both Keyser and Swayman out to ECHL teams that they could start on.
Swayman could petition NCAA to get his remaining year of eligibility back, while he does have a pro contract he hasn't played a game
Do signing bonuses impact that? He did get a $92K signing bonus which I could see the NCAA saying "no way"
Possible, probably probable, though the NCAA is handing out exemptions like candy right now,it's a mess
Providence Bruins should have a very strong lineup again this year and I'm really looking forward (praying) the AHL season to begin again.
Off the top of my head the traing camp roster could look something like this.
I'm sure Jack Studnicka, Trent Frederic, Zach Senyshyn and Jakub Zboril all will be in Boston from the start, especially if Pastrnak and Marchand miss some games. But we'll see. Pretty exciting about this team.
Daniel Vladar, Jeremy Swayman, Kyle Keyser, Callum Booth
Urho Vaakanainen, Nick Wolff, Jack Ahcan, Cooper Cech, Derek Sheppard
Brady Lyle, Josiah Didier, Steven Kampfer, Joel Messner
Greg McKegg, Oskar Steen, Cameron Hughes, Pavel Shen, Samuel Asselin
Matt Filipe, Paul Carey, Anton Blidh, Joona Koppanen, Brendan Woods
Robert Lantosi, Karson Kuhlman, Jakub Lauko, Alex-Olivier Voyer
lets see hopefully there a season.
They should be gritty and fun to watch if nothing else. Goals maybe hard to come by even with Kuhlman and Senyshyn back which I expect as soon as the Bruins get healthy.
Hope the AHL can at least get in part of a season.
"I'm confident that they'll all be given an opportunity to decide." Did this guy go to the same PR school as Don Sweeney?
2020-21 start date moved back to Feb. 5
Kool by me
At least there is a date to look forward to. Let's hope 2021 is more forgiving
Best of luck to Big Sherms
With the Ivy League shutting down winter sports is it speculating to expect Curtis Hall in a spoked P this season?
AHL Considering All-Canadian Division For Upcoming Season
Having the 3 Western Canadian NHL teams with US based affiliates really tosses a monkey wrench into the situation. I don't think the AHL (and to a lesser extent ECHL) situation gets enough press. These aren't the multi-million dollar operations that the NHL is, nor do they have big fat TV contracts propping up their revenues. I have a hard time believing the AHL or ECHL can operate under the current circumstances. I guess some owners are willing to eat the loss if it means saving the season.
Some former Baby Bruins here:
Tommy Marchin signed with Florida in the ECHL, hopefully we see him again at some point
Zech and Vaakanainen loaned out this weekend
For those wondering why Clark Donatelli stepped down for personal reasons...
Ex-Penguins AHL coach is accused of sexually assaulting assistant's wife on road trip, lawsuit says
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