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Ryan Hall
June 2, 2024  (5:05 PM)
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Broncos goalie Reid Dyck
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The Boston Bruins announced that Bruins prospect Reid Dyck will not be returning to the team as he has not signed an entry level contract.

The 20 year old goaltender who stands at six foot 4 and 194 lbs was selected by the Bruins in 2022, in the sixth round 183rd overall. According to eliteprospects.com he has fast and effective hands and also can handle fluky bounces.
He played for the Swift Current Broncos of the WHL and through 35 games, he had a goals against of 2.70 and a save percentage of .911 with two shutouts. He held a record of 25-7-2.
The Bruins are currently sifting through their goaltender prospects along with their primary goaltending as major decisions are looming for the team. Jeremy's wayman, made a statement during this year's playoffs that he is ready to be the number one goaltender and will seek a significant pay raise and a long-term deal. If successful, this will put pressure on the Bruins to move Linus all mark as he holds a $5 million contract next year.
The Bruins also have prospects in Providence who are prepared to make the move to the NHL including goalie prospect Brandon Bussi who appears ready to take that next step.
As history shows, most general managers wait to move their goaltenders during the offseason either at the draft or during the summer as the salary cap will not affect their decision and it will open up the Bruins to more teams to offer talent to replace or bolster their lineup.

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